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William Dupor (Summer 2013)
David Wiczer (Summer 2013)
Paulina Restrepo (March 2014)
Maximiliano Dvorkin (May 2014)
Ana Maria Santacreu (September 2014)
Guillaume Vandenbroucke (June 2014)
Stephen Williamson (June 2014)
Board of Governors and presidents of the Federal Reserve Banks of Cleveland, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and St. Louis.
survey. The articles in this quarterly publication are written by economists primarily for an audience of noneconomists: Many address issues in the news; others provide lessons on economics in general. Check out a few past issues here.
Two of the indicators are from the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, and one is from the Federal Reserve Board. These monthly indexes use various labor market variables to measure the health of the labor market.