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Fed Feed Archive
September 2012
Welcome to the September edition of >Fed Feed for university and college educators, with the latest news, classroom resources, and other fun from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
  • Incorporate Fed videos into your teaching!

    Want to learn to read an FOMC statement? See a roadmap of the transmission mechanism? Or understand bank stress tests? The New York Fed has up-to-date videos and slides covering post-crisis issues in monetary and financial stability policy. These in-sequence videos and slides can serve as reference material, homework, or to be viewed in classes in your advanced principles, macroeconomics and monetary policy, and money, banking and financial markets courses.

    Download a spread sheet listing topics covered in each video and associated chapters in the most popular economics texts.

    File Excel

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May 2012
Welcome to the May edition of >Fed Feed for university and college educators, with the latest news, classroom resources, and other fun from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

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March 2012
Welcome to the March edition of >Fed Feed for university and college educators, with the latest news, classroom resources, and other fun from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

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April 2011
Welcome to the April edition of >Fed Feed for university and college educators, with the latest news, classroom resources, and other fun from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York!
  • The NY Fed's new research blog
  • The Economists' Voice
    • Find a variety of contrarian views including Ed Leamer on "deflation dread disorder and Brad DeLong asking why North Atlantic leaders insist on inflicting economic misery. The Economists' Voice offsite

  • Interactive data visualization tool
    • How does New York's GDP/capita compare with the US over time? Use Gapminder USA to find out. Gapminder USA Offsite

  • College Fed Challenge winners
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February 2011
Welcome to the February edition of >Fed Feed for university and college educators, with the latest news, classroom resources, and other fun from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York!

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November 2010
Welcome to the November edition of >Fed Feed for university and college educators, with the latest news, classroom resources, and other fun from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
  • Come to the NY Fed to hear and ask questions of economists and senior staff
    • Registration is open for the Fed in the 21st century, a 2-day symposium for college professors. This is a unique opportunity to hear about:
      • The evolving responsibilities of the Federal Reserve System
      • New developments in monetary policy tools
      • Supervision of large financial institutions
      • Recent developments in the global economy
      • U.S. housing policy
      • Labor markets during the Great Recession
      • Dodd-Frank and Basel III
      To register visit: http://www.newyorkfed.org/education/fed21century.html

  • Paid internships for undergrads
  • What do Harvard experts think were the causes of economic crisis?
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October 2010
Welcome back to school and welcome to the October edition of >Fed Feed for university and college educators, with the latest news, classroom resources, and other fun from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
  • The Federal Reserve in the 21st Century: January 12 and 13, 2011.
  • Trying to explain IS-LM? The Solow growth model?
  • The New York Fed explains how it spent $1.25 trillion during the financial crisis
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April 2010
Welcome to the April 2010 edition of >Fed Feed for university and college educators, with the latest news, classroom resources, job opportunities and other fun from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
  • Data in the classroom
    • Access 15,000 free US data series and create charts with FRED, an easy-to-use website from the St. Louis Fed: Register and save your charts, and they will be updated automatically next term!
      Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED) offsite

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March 2010
Welcome to the inaugural edition of >Fed Feed, a periodic email message with news, classroom resources, job opportunities and other fun from the education unit of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
  • For the Classroom
  • Paid Summer Internships for undergrads and recent grads
    • Tell your students to get in their applications. Search for Job ID 3197 www.newyorkfed.org/careers/current_openings.html


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