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Employment Research

A webpage devoted to the latest research, data, and commentary on the job market.

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China Defends the Yuan

Economic Synopses: China’s fighting speculative pressure to devalue the yuan.

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FRASER: Preserving the History of Women

FRASER has the history of women’s work: careers, wages, working conditions, labor laws, and more for 1918-1983.

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Attention Forecasters

Join FREDcast, our econ forecasting game. Need more details?

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Who Is Robert L. Owen?

Senator Robert L. Owen was a creator of the Federal Reserve Act, and FRASER has his papers.

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Read the Latest Review

Review offers analysis on unemployment duration, deriving Nowcasts from news, business partnerships, and optimal tax policy.

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Latest Review

Read about the effects of foreclosures, China’s savvy government, a Taylor rule for public debt, and policy for oil exporters.

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The Age Dependency Ratio

From Economic Synopses: Decreased labor force + increased elderly population = slower economic growth?

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Weekend Gas Prices

Economic Synopses reveals the weekly cycle of Midwestern gas prices.

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Some Dismal Science

  From Economic Synopses: Death rates declined in the 20th century for most countries. But not for Russia.

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