More than seventy-four years ago, on September 21, 1938, a devastating hurricane—sometimes referred to as the Long Island Express—struck the southern shore of Long Island without much warning, killing fifty people and causing massive property damage.
Just Released: Press Briefing on Housing Conditions and the Economic Impact of Superstorm Sandy on the Region
At today’s regional economic press briefing, we provided an update on housing conditions as well as an initial assessment of superstorm Sandy’s economic impact on the region.
Just Released: New York’s Latest Beige Book Report Points to Weakening in the Aftermath of Superstorm Sandy
Jaison R. Abel and Jason Bram The regional economy experienced a weakening in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy, according to the New York Fed’s latest Beige Book report. Eight times a year, each of the nation’s twelve Federal Reserve Banks produces a report on current economic conditions in its District, based on largely anecdotal information […]
Euro area GDP remains below its 2007 level due to the global financial meltdown
and the subsequent sovereign debt crisis in the periphery countries.
This post updates and extends my July 2011 blog piece on household discretionary services expenditures.
On March 6, 1933, President Roosevelt issued a proclamation of a national bank holiday, which prohibited the withdrawal of gold for hoarding and other purposes and resulted in the temporary closure of all banks in the United States.
In a new working paper, Josh Lerner and I explore how the venture capital (VC) model can be harnessed to achieve socially targeted ends by examining the investment record of community development venture capital (CDVC) firms.
Following a significant slowing during the recent recession, growth in various labor compensation measures has stabilized during the past two to three years.
In 1947, if you didn’t quite understand banking basics, the ten-and-a-half-minute film “Using the Bank” might have served as an introduction.
The results of this morning’s November Empire State Manufacturing Survey point to a slight decline in business conditions in New York’s manufacturing sector in the wake of “superstorm” Sandy.