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The Wage Cycle and Shadow Labor Supply
By Troy Davig and José Mustre-del-Río
In the latest Macro Bulletin, Troy Davig and José Mustre-del-Río evaluate current wage growth and find wages are not only rising at a pace consistent with the last expansion, but likely to rise further as the labor market improves.
Tight Credit Conditions Continue to Constrain the Housing Recovery
By Jordan Rappaport and Paul Willen
The housing recovery has continued to struggle to gain traction. The vigilance with which lenders have been applying stricter lending standards suggests regulatory uncertainty may be playing a role.
The Asymmetric Effects of Uncertainty
By Andrew Foerster
In an article for the Economic Review, Andrew Foerster examines market volatility during periods of heightened uncertainty and finds uncertainty may have slowed economic and employment growth after the financial crisis.
Research Working Papers
Productivity, Nationalization, and the Role of "News": Lessons from the 1970s
By Nida Cakir Melek
In anticipation of nationalization, oil producers increase extraction, lower employment, and reduce exploration. The result is increased productivity followed by a significant decline just ahead of nationalization.
Location Decisions of Natural Gas Extraction Establishments:A Smooth Transition Count Model Approach
By Jason P. Brown and Dayton M. Lambert
Business establishments involved in natural gas extraction are more likely to locate in counties where approximately 20 percent or more of the area of surrounding counties is covered by shale and tight gas formations.
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