07/25/2019 - States have grown increasingly strict about novice teenage drivers. The podcast talks to an Atlanta Fed economist about the impact of stricter policies on teen labor force participation.
06/27/2019 - The techniques involved in defrauding firms through their email are growing in sophistication. An episode of the podcast talks to an Atlanta Fed payments expert about ways to combat this form of fraud.
05/30/2019 - Sometimes an area's rents increase faster than house prices. But sometimes they don't. This podcast episode discusses the price-rent ratio and what it indicates about housing markets.
04/25/2019 - Achieving a safe yet convenient payments system requires both constant innovation and attention to consumers' ingrained preferences. Two payments experts discuss the evolving U.S. payments system on this episode.
04/02/2019 - Safeguarding personal data is a challenge in our digital era. In this special episode, Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic speaks with Heinz College professor Alessandro Acquisti about the field of privacy economics.
03/28/2019 - Does economic history hold any lessons about an economy in a sustained period of full employment? Atlanta Fed economist Julie Hotchkiss discusses her recent research into the question on this episode.
02/28/2019 - The payments system is continually evolving. Nell Campbell-Drake of the Atlanta Fed's Retail Payments Office talks about the changes, and the Fed's leading role in the payments system, on the podcast.
01/31/2019 - For southeastern banks, 2018 overall was a year of gradually improving conditions. Cynthia Goodwin of the Atlanta Fed's Supervision, Regulation, and Credit division discusses the past year in banking in a podcast episode.
01/03/2019 -In this episode, Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic talks to U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams about the social and economic impact of improved health on society.