WP 22-17 - We examine how demographic transition and industrial policy and their interactions contribute to China's economic growth, particularly the rise in household and corporate savings relative to output, and the rise in per capita output growth.
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Research in Focus – Bryan Stuart of the Philadelphia Fed and his coauthor estimate the Black-White unemployment insurance gap and analyze individual characteristics to help explain the divide.
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WP 20-03/R - We revisit self-fulfilling rollover crises by exploring the potential uncertainty introduced by a gap (however small) between an auction of new debt and the payment of maturing liabilities.
Research in Focus — Bryan Stuart of the Philadelphia Fed and his coauthors examine the impact of migration on Black children’s educational outcomes using county-specific place effects.
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