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This new publication focuses on regional food systems as a means for enhancing economic opportunity.
William T. Gavin, William Poole
To figure out what a central bank should look like, consider that most have three features in common: independence, transparency and a goal of low and stable inflation.
Molly D. Castelazo, Thomas A. Garrett
Natural disasters can be opportunities for politicians. In deciding who gets what aid, they weigh what they can get back in terms of political support, contributions and votes.
Julie L. Stackhouse, Mark D. Vaughan
By traditional measures, liquidity risk for banks is higher today than 10 years ago. But new measures—necessitated by new funding sources—tell another story.
Stephen P. Greene
Kevin L. Kliesen
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