Research in Focus – By investigating prominent factors that affect commuting trends across the U.S., the authors explain how race may play a role in determining commuting times.
Research in Focus — The Philadelphia Fed’s Bryan Stuart and his coauthor study recessions in severely hit localities and estimate the long-term impacts on employment, earnings, and population.
WP 22-24 – In this paper, we identify and quantify the negative local quality of life effects of freeways. Negative quality of life effects from freeway construction had large effects on the spatial structure of cities, suburbanization, and welfare.
WP 22-22 – Teens make important decisions about schooling and employment that impact their life trajectories. Moderate driving restrictions for teens reduce high school dropout rates. This reduction does not represent substitution away from employment.
Monthly survey of manufacturers in the Third District
Updated: 15 Sep ’22
Six-month forecast of the coincident index for each of the 50 states
Updated: April 29, 2020
Special survey (now monthly, previously weekly) of firms in the Third District
Updated: 23 Dec ’20
Monthly index of general economic conditions for each of the 50 states
Updated: 21 Sep ’22
Monthly survey of nonmanufacturing businesses in the Third District
Updated: 20 Sep ’22
Qualitative assessment of economic conditions in the Third District released prior to each FOMC meeting
Updated: 07 Sep ’22