Part 4, Audience Q&A: The Economic Impact of Natural Disasters

Nov. 14, 2017 | St. Louis

Among other questions, audience members asked why so many households affected by hurricanes had no flood insurance; if the hurricanes in 2017 had a big effect on national debt; and if the use of resources for rebuilding had an effect on other sectors of the economy.

Answering the questions were:

  • William R. Emmons, an assistant vice president and lead economist at the Center for Household Financial Stability
  • Kevin Kliesen, business economist and research officer
  • Julie Stackhouse, executive vice president and managing officer of departments including Supervision and Community Development

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