How Diverse Perspectives Improve Economics

Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic gave the keynote address during the second installment of the Race and Economics series hosted by FederalReserveEducation.org. Mary Suiter, St. Louis Fed assistant vice president and economic education officer, served as moderator. President Bostic's presentation was followed by a panel discussion featuring economists whose expertise will provide students, teachers, and professors with insights into the importance of having economists with diverse perspectives studying the important issues of the day.