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Philadelphia Fed on Wharton Business Radio

In the new podcast series Philadelphia Fed on Wharton Business Radio, economists and other experts from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia discuss their research and provide insights into trends and issues affecting consumers, businesses, and the U.S. economy. Listen to the latest episodes below.

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A Look at the Recent Federal Interest Rate Decrease

Patrick Harker, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and a former Wharton dean, joins Mukul Pandya of Knowledge@Wharton to discuss the July 2019 decrease of the Federal Interest Rate and the current state of the US economy in this special podcast.



Exploring Employment Opportunities for Workers Without Bachelor's Degrees

Keith Wardrip, Community Development Research Manager, discusses his research on opportunity occupations — employment opportunities for those without a bachelor's degree — on Behind the Markets, hosted by Jeremy Schwartz.



Patrick Harker on How Fintech Will Shape the Future

President Patrick Harker joins Wharton finance professor Richard J. Herring to discuss the potential of fintech, the missing factor in cryptocurrencies — and why going to a four-year college might not be the path for everyone.



The Impact of “Free” Digital Content on U.S. Gross Domestic Product

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Vice President and Economist Leonard Nakamura discusses his research on the challenge of valuing free digital media and its impact on U.S. gross domestic product on Knowledge@Wharton, hosted by Dan Loney.

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