Today, we’re introducing some research that the St. Louis Fed recently submitted and that you may have missed.
The weeks lost due to inactivity in the United States in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in test rationing and a large number of confirmed cases.
In the United States, the weeks lost due to inactivity in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic contributed to the spread of the virus.
Fed loans to foreign central banks to provide emergency loans support the US economy by stabilizing international financial markets.
The government’s response to the containment of the pandemic has eroded public finances.
The flattening of the Phillips curve after 1970 has led to a debate about whether the negative relationship between inflation and unemployment is dead. A spectral analysis of the US inflation rate and the unemployment rate shows that the validity of the Phillips curve depends on the time frame examined: short-term, medium-term or long-term.
How has the education funding component of the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act affected public school districts? Analysis showed that a $ 1 million grant to a district increased spending and debt, but had little or no impact on employment.
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