Current Issues in Economics and Finance
Current Issues in Economics and FinanceConcise studies of topical economic and financial market issues, geared toward a broad audience of educators and students, decision makers in business and government, and the general public.

This series, published from 1995 through 2014, has been archived.



Second District Highlights
A regional supplement to Current Issues in Economics and Finance covering a range of topics pertaining to the economy of the Federal Reserve System's Second District, including fiscal conditions, housing and credit markets, growth and productivity, and employment.

This series, published from 1997 through 2014, has been archived.

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2001 Issues
The Effect of Tax Changes on Consumer Spending
Charles Steindel
December Volume 7, Number 11
An International Survey of Stress Tests
Ingo Fender, Michael S. Gibson, and Patricia C. Mosser
November Volume 7, Number 10
Equipment Expenditures since 1995: The Boom and the Bust
Jonathan McCarthy
October Volume 7, Number 9
To What Extent Does Productivity Drive the Dollar?
Cédric Tille, Nicolas Stoffels, and Olga Gorbachev
August Volume 7, Number 8
Second District Highlights
Fiscal Policy in New York and New Jersey: 1977-97
Andrew F. Haughwout
July Volume 7, Number 7
Investing in Information Technology: Productivity Payoffs for U.S. Industries
Kevin J. Stiroh
June Volume 7, Number 6
Curbing Unemployment in Europe: Are There Lessons from Ireland and the Netherlands?
Cédric Tille and Kei-Mu Yi
May Volume 7, Number 5
Stocks in the Household Portfolio: A Look Back at the 1990s
Joseph Tracy and Henry Schneider
April Volume 7, Number 4
Second District Highlights
New York-New Jersey Job Expansion to Moderate in 2001
James Orr and Rae D. Rosen
March Volume 7, Number 3
The Effects of a Booming Economy on the U.S. Trade Deficit
Stefan Papaioannou and Kei-Mu Yi
February Volume 7, Number 2
Second District Highlights
Declining Manufacturing Employment in the New York-New Jersey Region: 1969-99
Jason Bram and Michael Anderson
January Volume 7, Number 1
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