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This new publication focuses on regional food systems as a means for enhancing economic opportunity.
How is your community reflected in our work? St. Louis Fed board members share their perspectives.
Adam M. Zaretsky
Is the cable TV industry a monopoly? If so, will new players break up the concentration? Should the government let the market work things out on its own? Tune in and find out.
Andrew P. Meyer
Those who earn income from capital complain that capital gains taxes are so high, it takes the investing incentive away. But many disagree. A look at the capital gains tax conundrum.
Kevin L. Kliesen
The numbers are in: Low unemployment and brisk sales made for a healthy Eighth District economy last year. But what’s in store for the rest of 1995?
Thomas C. Melzer
Regional Economist Articles
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