Labor, Race, and COVID-19
Economic Insights — There have long been racial differences in how workers experience the labor market, but some interesting things happened to those differences during the pandemic.
Has COVID Reversed Gentrification in Major U.S. Cities? An Empirical Examination of Residential Mobility in Gentrifying Neighborhoods During the COVID-19 Crisis
WP 22-20 – This paper examines whether neighborhoods that had been gentrifying lost their appeal during the pandemic because of COVID-induced health risks and increased work-from-home arrangements.
The Causal Effects of Lockdown Policies on Health and Macroeconomic Outcomes
WP 22-18 – We assess the causal impact of epidemic-induced lockdowns on health and macroeconomic outcomes. We find that additional government-mandated mobility curtailments would have reduced deaths at a very small cost in terms of GDP.
Examining Resolution of Mortgage Forbearances and Delinquencies – July/August 2022
New in July/August — “Are Mortgage Delinquencies and Forbearances Settling into a New Normal?”
CFI COVID-19 Survey of Consumers
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.
Updated: 30 May ’23
Weekly Labor Market Information
Analysis of unemployment insurance claims and other weekly data for the tri-state region and the U.S.
Updated: 10 Nov ’21
COVID-19 Business Outlook Survey
Special survey (now monthly, previously weekly) of firms in the Third District
Updated: 23 Dec ’20