6/28/2018 - What factors go into where people choose to live? What makes some places more attractive than others? A new podcast episode talks to an Atlanta Fed economist about new research into these questions.
5/31/2018 - As innovations change the way industries have traditionally operated, "disruptors" have become a fact of life. But are they a recent phenomenon? The podcast discusses disruptors and their impact on our lives.
5/24/2018 - Assessing the economic impact of immigration on the U.S. economy is an enduring challenge. In this special episode, economic historian Ran Abramitzky discusses ways he has tried to measure the economic effects of immigration.
4/27/2018 - Raphael Bostic is nearing his first anniversary as Atlanta Fed president. In this episode, he discusses housing, employment, and other matters important to him as Bank president.
3/29/2018 - In an increasingly complex financial environment, financial literacy assumes great importance. In this episode, the Atlanta Fed's director of financial education discusses reaching students and teachers.
2/22/2018 - Despite the rise of electronic commerce and the popularity of cryptocurrencies, cash is still king. In this episode, Amy Goodman, the Atlanta Fed's cash function director, discusses the role the Fed plays in supplying and distributing cash.
2/1/2018 - Workforce development can take many forms, and its benefits are not always immediately obvious. Stuart Andreason discusses the Atlanta Fed's new Center for Workforce and Economic Opportunity.
1/2/2018 - For southeastern banks, the overall story in 2017 was one of improving conditions and continued vigilance against cyber attacks. Mike Johnson, head of bank supervision and regulation at the Atlanta Fed, discusses the year in banking.