Fiscal impetus and the Great Recession (Bureau of Labor Statistics).
Archive for Economics
This tome contains “…the President’s budget message, information on the President’s priorities, and summary tables….”(2)
The Lost Generation of the Great Recession (University of Pittsburgh); and Global Economic Prospects – Having Fiscal Space and Using It (World Bank).
What Is the Current State of the Economic Recovery? (CRS); – Racial, Ethnic Wealth Gaps Have Grown Since the Great Recession (Pew); Annual Income and Earnings Inequality Metrics: 2009-2012 (Census Bureau); and America’s wealth gap between middle-income and upper-income families is widest on record (Pew).
Children of the Recession: The impact of the economic crisis on child well-being in rich countries (United Nations); The Political Consequences of the Great Recession (Center for American Progress); and In the Shadow of the Great Recession: Experiences and Perspectives of Young Workers (Federal Reserve).
Did personal income rise or fall in New Jersey’s counties during 2011-13; how did the other 3,000 counties in the U.S. fare? That kind of data is presented in Local Area Personal Income, 2013. Every county or its equivalent is listed here along with the national and state level figures.
The Price of Crisis: Eminent Domain, Local Governments, and the Value of Underwater Mortgages (Albany Law School); The Middle-Class Squeeze (Center for American Progress); Systemically Important or “Too Big to Fail” Financial Institutions (CRS); The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on Youth Labour Markets Institute for the Study of Labor); Personal Ethics & the U.S. Financial Collapse of 2007-08 (American University); Treasury Significantly Loosened Executive Pay Limits Resulting in Excessive Pay for Top 25 Employees at GM and Ally (GMAC) When the Companies Were Not Repaying TARP in Full and Taxpayers Were Suffering Billions of Dollars in Losses (SIGTARP); and Beige Book (Federal Reserve).