Economic Review Archive

The Economic Review is a quarterly research publication with articles on macroeconomics and monetary policy, regional and international economics, and banking and financial markets.

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Black individuals earn about one-third less than white individuals over the course of their lifetimes.

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Publication information: Vol. 108, no. 1
DOI: 10.18651/ER/v108n1GloverMustredelRioPollard

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Black individuals earn about one-third less than white individuals over the course of their lifetimes.

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Reducing the Federal Reserve’s expanded balance sheet, which has provided substantial policy accommodation in recent years, may take time.

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Publication information: Vol. 107, no. 4
DOI: 10.18651/ER/v107n4GulatiSmith

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When inflation is already high, an increase in gasoline prices can have an amplified effect on consumers’ inflation expectations.

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Publication information: Vol. 107, no. 4
DOI: 10.18651/ER/v107n4CakirMelekDillonSmith

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When inflation is already high, an increase in gasoline prices can have an amplified effect on consumers’ inflation expectations.

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In the long run, hybrid working could lead single-family home construction to almost double in the largest metropolitan areas.

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Publication information: Vol. 107, no. 4
DOI: 10.18651/ER/v107n4Rappaport

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In the long run, hybrid working could lead single-family home construction to almost double in the largest metropolitan areas.

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Maps, Supplement A for "Hybrid Working, Commuting Time, and the Coming Long-Term Boom in Home Construction"

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Maps, Supplement B for "Hybrid Working, Commuting Time, and the Coming Long-Term Boom in Home Construction"

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