Dismal Facts: Using FRASER to Measure Central Bank Independence

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Explore one example of how FRASER has been used to build a dataset for economic research. Read more

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Staff Picks: Data and Charts in the Statistical Atlases of the United States

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Data can be shown in very creative ways to showcase particular information. The Statistical Atlases of the United States provide great examples of this. Read more

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Uncurrent Events: A History of Women’s Economic Rights

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The history of women’s rights isn’t just the vote. Learn about women’s economic rights back to 1790. Read more

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Staff Picks: Federal Reserve Research Publications

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A short history of the Federal Reserve Banks’ Reviews, from their introduction in the Federal Reserve Bulletin to standalone magazine-style publications to more academic content. Read more

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Staff Picks: The “Division of Negro Economics,” 1918-1921

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Learn about the history of a trailblazing WWI-era office of the department of labor and its researchers of African American economics. Read more

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Librarian Life: Archival Materials on FRASER

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Archival collections are unique resources that can be difficult to use effectively for historical research. The FRASER librarians try their best to make them as useful as possible to their users. Read more

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Librarian Life: 2017 FRASER Year in Review

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Did you miss anything? Find out what was new and notable on FRASER in 2017. Read more

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Staff Picks: Nomination Hearings

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Romer and Romer cite nomination hearings for potential Federal Reserve Chairs as a useful indicator of their monetary policy beliefs and, thus, behavior. Read more

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Staff Picks: The Mimeograph Letters and Statements of the Board

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Learn about the earliest days of the Federal Reserve system in these primary source documents from the Board’s archives. Read more

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