Today’s NJSPL blog, by Prof. Michael L. Lahr, is the second part of a deeper look at the possible recession. He notes that the dollar is strong across the globe, which could help the economic balancing act.
Federal Reserve Bank
Today’s NJSPL blog, by Prof. Michael L. Lahr, titled “What’s a Fed to Do? The Potential Factors of a Recession, Part 1,” discusses the Federal Reserve’s decision to increase the federal fund rate a second time.
William M. Rodgers appointed VP of Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Director of Institute for Economic Equity
In order to fulfill his new responsibilities, he will be taking a leave of absence from his positions as Professor of Public Policy at the Bloustein School and Chief Economist at the Heldrich Center.
Heldrich Center, Federal Reserve Bank collaborate to address education, workforce development polices in edited book, October 2014 conference
Dr. Carl Van Horn, the founding director of the John H. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development and a visiting Non-Resident Scholar with the Federal Reserve Bank for the 2013-14 academic year, was recently promoted to the position of Distinguished Professor at the...