Jaison R. Abel
Head of Urban and Regional Studies
Do Businesses in the Region Expect High Inflation to Persist?
The Omicron Wave Stalled Growth and Led to High Absenteeism in the Region
The Region is Struggling to Recover from the Pandemic Recession
A New Tool for Tracking Regional Employment Trends
Severe Supply Disruptions Are Impeding Business Activity in the Region
The Future of Remote Work in the Region
Women’s Labor Force Participation Was Rising to Record Highs—Until the Pandemic Hit
Some Workers Have Been Hit Much Harder than Others by the Pandemic
The Regional Economy during the Pandemic
Tracking the Spread of COVID-19 in the Region
Delaying College During the Pandemic Can Be Costly
Finally, Some Signs of Improvement in the Regional Economy
New York Fed Surveys: Business Activity in the Region Sees Historic Plunge in April
Businesses in the Tri-State Region Struggling to Weather the Coronavirus Outbreak
Women Have Been Hit Hard by the Loss of Routine Jobs, Too
Growth Has Slowed across the Region
Some Places Are Much More Unequal Than Others
Despite Rising Costs, College Is Still a Good Investment
The Cost of College Continues to Climb
Just Released: The New York Fed’s New Regional Economy Website
Where Are Manufacturing Jobs Coming Back?
The (Modest) Rebound in Manufacturing Jobs
Just Released: Labor Markets in the Region Are Exceptionally Tight
New York State’s Community Colleges are Successfully Partnering with Employers
Just Released: Beige Book Points to Moderate Growth and Tight Labor Markets
Just Released: Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands after Hurricanes Irma and Maria
Upstate New York’s Expansion Is Losing Steam
Just Released: Economic Press Briefing Focuses on Regional Wage Inequality
Hey, Economist! Is Now a Good Time to Be Graduating from College?
Just Released: The Regional Economy Is off to a Good Start in 2017
Just Released: Job Growth in the Region
Migration in Puerto Rico: Is There a Brain Drain?
Upstate New York Job Growth: The Bad News Is that the Good News Was Wrong
Just Released: New Web Feature Provides Timely Data on the Job Market for Recent College Graduates
Working as a Barista After College Is Not as Common as You Might Think
Just Released: Job Market Remains Tight as Regional Economy Slows
Just Released: An Update on Regional Economic Conditions Provided at Our Economic Press Briefing
When Women Out-Earn Men
The Class of 2015 Might Have a Little Better Luck Finding a Good Job
Population Lost: Puerto Rico’s Troubling Out-Migration
Just Released: January Business Leaders Survey Indicates Regional Business Conditions Are Finally Back to Normal
Are the Job Prospects of Recent College Graduates Improving?
College May Not Pay Off for Everyone
Staying in College Longer Than Four Years Costs More Than You Might Think
The Value of a College Degree
Just Released: What Kinds of Jobs Have Been Created during the Recovery?
Just Released: Harsh Winter Weather Hampers Economic Activity in the Region
Could Superstorm Sandy Stimulate the Region's Economy?
Just Released: Are Recent College Graduates Finding Good Jobs?
Just Released: New York’s Latest Beige Book Report Points to Sustained Growth
Do Big Cities Help College Graduates Find Better Jobs?
Foreclosures Loom Large in the Region
The Region’s Job Rebound from Superstorm Sandy
How Severe Was the Credit Cycle in the New York-Northern New Jersey Region?
The Path of Economic Recovery from Superstorm Sandy
How Will We Pay For Superstorm Sandy?
The Welfare Costs of Superstorm Sandy
What Are the Costs of Superstorm Sandy?
Just Released: Press Briefing on Housing Conditions and the Economic Impact of Superstorm Sandy on the Region
Just Released: New York’s Latest Beige Book Report Points to Weakening in the Aftermath of Superstorm Sandy
Just Released: New York’s Latest Beige Book Report Signals Steady Growth
Just Released: Regional Economic Press Briefing on Job Polarization and Rising Inequality
How Colleges and Universities Can Help Their Local Economies
Job Polarization in the United States: A Widening Gap and Shrinking Middle
Local Hangovers: How the Housing Boom and Bust Affected Jobs in Metro Areas
Jaison R. Abel's CV The views expressed in the papers listed on this page are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the position of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York or the Federal Reserve System.