Economic activity at the state level varies greatly across U.S. regions, with different states specializing in the production of particular goods and services. This heterogeneity in activity informs the geographic distribution of U.S. imports and exports.
In this article, the author uses a version of the neoclassical growth model with overlapping generations of individuals to investigate the effect of aging on wealth inequality.
Despite economic growth in the post-World War II period, few developing countries have been able to catch up to the income levels in the United States or other advanced economies. Such countries remain trapped at a relative low- or middle-income level.
Since 2007-09, the Federal Reserve has pursued an aggressive monetary policy strategy associated with healthy labor market conditions, moderate economic growth, and inflation close to the FOMC's 2 percent target.