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.
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.
New in July/August — “Are Mortgage Delinquencies and Forbearances Settling into a New Normal?”
Economic Insights — After most recessions, the labor market recovers slowly. But the labor market didn't follow the typical playbook after COVID hit.
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: 15 Nov ’22
Analysis of unemployment insurance claims and other weekly data for the tri-state region and the U.S.
Updated: 10 Nov ’21
Special survey (now monthly, previously weekly) of firms in the Third District
Updated: 23 Dec ’20