CHCS Annual Employment Conference—Unemployment, Wages, and Productivity
September 22–23, 2016
The Atlanta Fed's Center for Human Capital Studies hosted its seventh annual conference.
Secular Changes in Labor Market Outcomes
October 1–2, 2015
The Atlanta Fed's Center for Human Capital Studies hosted its sixth annual conference.
Developing Qualified Workers: Pathways to Employability for High School Students and Graduates
August 10, 2015
The Atlanta Fed's Center for Human Capital Studies hosted a forum to explore some of the efforts under way to develop a stronger workforce.
Employment and Social Insurance
October 2–3, 2014
The Atlanta Fed's Center for Human Capital Studies hosted its fifth annual conference.
Recent Developments in the U.S. Labor Market: Analysis and Policy Responses
October 3–4, 2013
The Atlanta Fed's Center for Human Capital Studies hosted its fourth annual conference. The conference explored the continuing recovery of the labor market after the Great Recession.
Employment Consequences of the Great Recession
September 14–15, 2012
The Atlanta Fed's Center for Human Capital Studies hosted its third annual conference. The conference explored why the employment losses were so large and why the labor market recovery has been so weak.
Employment and Education
September 29–30, 2011
The Atlanta Fed's Center for Human Capital Studies hosted its second annual conference. The conference focused on the role that education can play in the current employment environment.
Employment and the Business Cycle
November 11–12, 2010
The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta hosted the inaugural conference of its Center for Human Capital Studies (CHCS). The conference focused on the employment effects of the 2007–09 recession.
Small Business, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Recovery: A Focus on Job Creation and Economic Stabilization
October 26–27, 2010
Cohosted by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation; the Community and Economic Development section of the Research Department and the Center for Human Capital Studies at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta; and the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
Seminars in this series focus on labor, education, job skills, and other topics related to labor markets and human capital.
Self-Employment and Business Cycle Persistence: Does the Composition of Employment Matter for Economic Recoveries?
Alan Finkelstein Shapiro, University of Los Andes, Bogota, Colombia
March 3, 2014
The Decline of the U.S. Rust Belt: A Macroeconomic Analysis
Lee Ohanian, University of California–Los Angeles
January 13, 2014
Symbol or Substance? HR Executives and Women in Management
Mary Graham, Syracuse University
January 7, 2014
When War Comes Home: The Effect of Combat Service on Domestic Violence
Joe Sabia, San Diego State University
December 18, 2013
The ACA: Mandates, Exchanges, Medicaid...and All That
Mike Morrisey, University of Alabama at Birmingham
November 14, 2013
International Trade and Local Labor Markets: Are Foreign and Domestic Shocks Created Differently?
Mark Partidge, Ohio State University
November 13, 2013
How Well Did Social Security Mitigate the Effects of the Great Recession?
William B. Peterman, Board of Governors
October 30, 2013
Rejection from the Disability Insurance Program and Dependency on Social Support
Susan E. Chen, University of Alabama
October 25, 2013
Immigration Restrictions and Labor Market Skills
John Kennan, University of Wisconsin–Madison
October 2, 2013
Individual and Aggregate Labor Supply in a Heterogeneous Agent Economy with Intensive and Extensive Margins
Yongsung Chang, University of Rochester
September 27, 2013
Arts Education and the High School Dropout Problem
Kathleen Thomas, Mississippi State University
September 24, 2013
The Vanishing Middle: Job Polarization and Workers' Response to the Decline in Middle-Skill Jobs
Jonathan Willis, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
September 16, 2013