The Economic Review is a quarterly research publication with articles by Kansas City Fed staff on macroeconomics and monetary policy, regional and international economics, banking, financial markets, and payments systems.
The Economic Bulletin offers snapshots of the Kansas City Fed's latest economic findings and perspectives on national economic conditions and issues related to monetary policy, industries and markets.
The Technical Briefing Series shares lessons learned from projects undertaken or completed by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s Research Division, including the Center for the Advancement of Data and Research in Economics.
Payments System Research staff produces a series of working papers that cover a range of topics, including types of payments methods, developments in payments networks, and various participants' roles in the payments system.
Regional research staff produces a series of working papers presenting results of the department's analysis of local economic developments for our Reserve Bank's monetary policy deliberations.
The proceedings include papers, commentary and discussion from the Kansas City Fed's annual symposium. Participants include central bankers, finance ministers, academics and financial market participants from around the globe. They discuss economic issues, implications and policy options.
The proceedings include papers, commentary and discussion from the Kansas City's Fed's biennial payments policy conference. The conference brings together industry participants, policymakers and academics for an in-depth look at developments in retail payment systems, domestic and international, and a discussion of implications and policy options.
Payments System Research staff produces a briefings cover payments methods, developments in payments networks, and various participants' roles in the payments system.
Nonbanks in the Payments System
This book examines nonbank participation of payments activities and the roles nonbanks play in specific transaction types.