The Coronavirus Shock: Implications for the Economy and Monetary Policy
Our final session of our Evening with the Fed series on May 5, 2021 featured Kansas City Fed President Esther George, who spoke about the impact of Coronavirus on the U.S. economy and how fiscal and monetary policy have countered its aftermath. She also took questions from educators and their students.
The Changing Energy Landscape and its Effect on the Economy
The energy industry has changed over the past few years and continues to evolve. Chad Wilkerson, Oklahoma City Branch Executive, Vice President and Economist, discussed the outlook for oil and gas, the opportunities and risks of energy transitions to renewables and how it all affects the regional economy.
COVID-19 Effects on the Ag Economy
The emergence of COVID-19 in the United States has created substantial challenges for all segments of the meat supply chain, but especially for producers and consumers. Nate Kauffman, vice president and Omaha Branch Executive and Cortney Cowley, economist discuss the effects of COVID-19 on the agricultural landscape for the region and nationally.
Climate Change, Risk and Economics
As risks from climate change become more recognized, it’s important to understand what that means to consumers in the coming decades. In this webinar for classroom educators, hear from Nicholas Sly, Denver Branch Executive, Economist and Assistant Vice President, and David Rodziewicz, Senior Specialist, as to how this can effect the economy in our region and across the country.
Career Skills for the 21st Century
Explore new research by Federal Reserve economists on preparing students for an ever-changing job market and priming them to achieve occupational mobility. This work provides innovative strategies on building digital skills in a job market characterized by technological innovation and advancement. It also highlights in-demand job skills that lead to economically mobile career pathways.