Course Readings for University Educators and Students
The Research and Statistics Group produces three on-line publications—Current Issues in Economics and Finance
, the Economic Policy Review
, and Staff Reports
—that are useful tools for teaching. Articles in these series, assigned as course readings, can help students understand complex economic and financial market issues. Also of value to educators are the Review
’s conference and theme volumes, which offer multiple perspectives on topics of current interest.
And our Liberty Street Economics
blog presents short, highly readable posts by our staff economists and other contributors that can be used as supplementary reading, as described in our guide
, “Liberty Street Economics
: Including the New York Fed’s Blog in Course Reading Lists.”
Directory of Course Readings
A selection of research articles that can be used as course readings.