Can the Anchor Economy Dashboard help us see the full picture of how anchor institutions impact regional economies? Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker sat down with Deborah Diamond, director of the Anchor Economy Initiative, to learn more.
WP 23-01 – Occupancy fraud has been suggested as a contributor to the housing bubble. We show it was pervasive and remains present. Fraudulent investors accounted for an outsize share of defaults in the bust and pose a risk should prices decline.
An index designed to track real business conditions at high observation frequency
Get the Philadelphia Fed’s latest information, resources, and research on the coronavirus pandemic's impact on businesses, households, and communities.
To gain insights into the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on financial security in the U.S., the Consumer Finance Institute at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia conducted a series of national surveys of consumers beginning in April 2020 and concluding in April 2022.
Explore the ways economies in southern New Jersey, eastern and central Pennsylvania, and Delaware are tied to higher education institutions and hospitals, otherwise known as anchor institutions.
Since the early 2010s, the rise of so-called cryptocurrencies has received significant attention from financial market participants, policymakers, and academics. Cryptocurrencies are digital or virtual currencies (such as bitcoin, Ethererum, Litecoin, and many others) in which transactions are verified and records are maintained by a decentralized, distributed ledger system using cryptography, rather than by a centralized authority.
Paper Submission Deadline: June 15, 2023