Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are back in the headlines, their future under debate. Notes from the Vault considers three important lessons these GSEs can provide to policymakers seeking to end too big to fail.
The opening of Nashville's new convention center has quickened the tempo of Music City's economy, with meetings already booked there through 2026. SouthPoint takes a look at the potential economic impact of the facility and why it has city leaders singing a happy tune.
|May 21||SouthPoint - Nashville?s Music City Center: If You Build It, They Will Come|
|May 16||macroblog - Labor Costs, Inflation Expectations, and the Affordable Care Act: What Businesses Are Telling Us|
|May 15||SouthPoint - The Regional Housing Recovery: Where Are the Jobs?|
|May 13||macroblog - Labor Force Participation and the Unemployment Threshold|
|March 28||The Mexican Manufacturing Renaissance (EconSouth Now)|
|Dec. 27||Surveying the Economy in 2012 (EconSouth Now)|
|Dec. 5||The Evolution of Vacant Property Registration Ordinances across the United States (Perspectives on Real Estate)|
|Oct. 25||The Role of Government in the Housing Finance Market (Perspectives on Real Estate)|
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