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Economic Research

EconSouth, the Atlanta Fed's quarterly magazine on the Southeastern economy, was revamped in 2009 to incorporate a new design and content. In-depth stories explore topics relevant to the regional, national, and international economies. Regular features include "Grassroots," an economic profile of a midsize city in the Southeast; a Q&A with an industry or economic expert; and a "Fed@Issue" column. The most significant new feature is a section highlighting the work of the Atlanta Fed's Regional Economic Information Network (REIN). This section includes "Regional Update," examining a core economic sector; "On the Ground," an interview with one of the Atlanta Fed's five regional executives stationed across the Southeast; the D6 Factor, the Atlanta Fed's unique Southeastern economic indicator; "Data Corner," focused on a specific data series or indicator; summaries of regional university studies; and "Econ 101," a primer on an economic topic. RSS Feed RSS | Podcast EconSouth Now

Papers: The Atlanta Fed offers several series of papers presenting the scholarly research of Atlanta Fed staff economists and visiting scholars. Community Affairs discussion papers address topical issues in community development.


Economic Review, a policy research journal, ceased publication with the final 2010 issue. Articles from 1996 through 2010 are available online. You may also request single print copies of back issues and articles. Future policy-related research from the Atlanta Fed will be published occasionally in a policy paper series.