Research in Focus — Makoto Nakajima of the Philadelphia Fed developed a model to study how monetary policy affects different racial groups, and he considers its policy implications.
WP 23-18 – This paper studies the impacts of citywide racial segregation on intergenerational mobility. Higher segregation reduces upward mobility for Black children from households across incomes and White children from low-income households.
The Fifth Biennial Conference on Auto Lending brought together researchers, regulators, lenders, industry experts and others to examine the opportunities, risks and challenges of this key sector of the economy. This article outlines some of the key takeaways.
Get the Philadelphia Fed’s latest information, resources, and research on the coronavirus pandemic's impact on businesses, households, and communities.
An index designed to track real business conditions at high observation frequency
Research in Focus — Lukasz Drozd of the Philadelphia Fed and his coauthor study the implications of zero and low APR promotions for both lenders and consumers and consider the policy implications.
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