These are web-exclusive essays, from the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, on current economic issues and trends that are based on staff economists' ongoing research and published work.
- Inflation Expectations : Their Sources and Effects, No. 08-01
- What Income Inequality Measures Can (and Cannot) Tell Us, No. 08-02
- Turmoil in the Student Loan Market, No. 08-03
- The Size and Structure of Exports in the Fifth District Economy, No. 09-01
- Residential Externalities, No. 09-02
- Rationalizing Financial Literacy Policy, No. 09-03
- What We Do and Don't Know About Discretionary Fiscal Policy, No. 09-04
- The Costs and Benefits of Bank Supervisory Disclosure, No. 09-05
- The Growth of Paperless Money : Retail Payments in the United States Continue to Evolve, No. 09-06
- Systemic Risk Regulation and the "Too Big to Fail" Problem, No. 09-07
- Recent Fiscal Policy and the Manipulation of Aggregate Economic Activity, No. 09-08
- Deterring Default : Why Some State Laws Decrease the Probability of Mortgage Foreclosures, No. 09-09
- The Case for Direct Methods to Address CO? Emissions and Other Negative Environmental Externalities, No. 09-10
- Rolling Back the Financial Safety Net, No. 09-11
- The Effect of Interest on Reserves on Monetary Policy, No. 09-12
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Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond "Economic Brief" 2008-2021.