Informed economic decisions benefit the individual and often society as a whole. That’s one of the reasons the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has been on a mission to provide easily accessible resources online to help people understand their economic world.
The new annual report Economic Literacy for Life: Today’s Lessons = Tomorrow’s Financial Stability and Success includes the following articles:
Visit the annual report online to listen to a podcast with Mary Suiter, a vice president and economic education officer. She talks about econlowdown.org, a collection of more than 400 classroom resources for educators and consumers to learn about basic economics and personal finance.
To read the annual report essays, listen to the podcast and watch videos, go to https://www.stlouisfed.org/annual-report/2016.