The Economy Matters podcast presents conversations with a variety of Atlanta Fed employees to discuss the work the Bank does and its relevance to people’s daily lives. It also offers interviews with experts outside the Atlanta Fed, who discuss topics of interest to those who want to know more about economics and monetary policymaking.
In this episode of the Economy Matters podcast, an expert on cybercrime and cybersecurity talks about his work, and his partnership with the Atlanta Fed, to combat the growing threat of crime related to online payments.
In this episode (the fifth of five) of Workforce Realigned, an Economy Matters special podcast series, a group of experts discuss innovative ways of financing worker development and training and how they are achieving measurable outcomes.
In this episode (the fourth of five) of Workforce Realigned, an Economy Matters special podcast series, college chancellor Michael Reeser talks about the role higher education occupies in workforce development and how it can positively influence overall employment outcomes.
In this episode (the third of five) of Workforce Realigned, an Economy Matters special podcast series, former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick and former House speaker Paul Ryan have a conversation about the risks and rewards of attempting new approaches to workforce development.
In this episode (the second of five) of Workforce Realigned, an Economy Matters special podcast series, workforce development experts Ronald Cohen and Gayatri Agnew discuss the challenges and opportunities involved in innovatively funding workforce development.
In this episode (the first of five) of Workforce Realigned, an Economy Matters special podcast series, Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic and Minneapolis Fed president Neel Kashkari talk about the role of workforce development in building a resilient and inclusive economy.
Many factors combine to affect housing affordability. This episode of the Economy Matters podcast features a discussion of the Atlanta Fed's new tool for assessing nationwide housing affordability.Dominic Purviance and Jessica Dill (interviewer) による
A routine (pre-pandemic) commute brings home the prevalence of new payment tools built on financial technology, or fintech. Listen to this Economy Matters podcast episode explore how fintech transforms even the smallest transactions. And two fintech entrepreneurs discuss navigating this topsy-turvy industry.…
"They're Really Punching above Their Own Weight": Venture Capital and Firm Growth
"Get to Know Your Workforce": Discussing the Benefits Cliff
"It's Core to the Overall Mission": Bank Supervision and the Fed
Special Economy Matters Podcast on the Affordable Housing Crisis
"We Have to Be Aware of the Risk": The Dynamics of the Commercial Real Estate Market
"We Do Find a Meaningful Impact": Novice Driver Restrictions and the Labor Force
"This Threat Appears to Be Growing": A Discussion of Business Email Compromise
"A Puzzle That Everyone Wants to Solve": Discussing the Price-Rent Ratio
"Our Habits Are Slow to Change": A Discussion about Payments
Speaking Publicly on Privacy: A Conversation about Digital Privacy
Under Pressure: The Pluses and Minuses of a Hot Economy
Financial Inclusion Is Very Important--A Conversation about Payments
Discussing Southeastern Banking in 2018
"Health Is Wealth": A Conversation with the U.S. Surgeon General
Piecing Together the Wage Puzzle
A Conversation about the Role of Subprime Loans in the Home Price Boom
"A Kid Should Have a Fair Shot": A Discussion of Economic Mobility
Its a Really Dramatic Change--A Discussion of the Economics of Food
The Risks and Rewards of the Internet of Things
"Our Region as a Whole Would Benefit": A Conversation about the Social Determinants of Health
"It's Fascinating to See Those Dynamics": A Conversation about Commercial Real Estate
Where We Live: Social Capital and Migration
From Buggy Whips to Rideshares: A Discussion of Disruptors
Immigration in the United States: A Historical Perspective
"It's a Special Job": A Conversation with Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic
Teach Your Children Well: The Atlanta Fed and Financial Literacy
Paper Delivery: A Conversation about the Atlanta Fed's Cash Operations
Understanding the Atlanta Fed's Center for Workforce and Economic Opportunity
The Year That Was: Southeastern Banking in 2017
A Conversation about the Impact of Social Networks on Economic Outcomes
What's Going On with the Labor Force Participation Rate?
Solutions to Income Inequality Available but Difficult
The Economic Impact on Individuals of Losing Public Health Insurance
Taking the Pulse of Firm Optimism
Special Edition Podcast: Heirs' Property
An Eye on the Future: A Discussion about the Long-term Care Insurance Market
The Wherefores and Whys of Wages
Where Will Opportunity Knock? A Discussion of Opportunity Occupations
A Conversation about the Health Effects of Delinquent Debt