Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Reports

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Reports

  • Clusters: Business Management & Administration, Finance
  • Grade range: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
  • Release date: 09-11-2017
  • Tags: Texas, , Finance, Boom, Oil, Data, Housing, Recovery, Banks, Fail, Big, Immigration, Immigrant, Brawn, Work, Labor, Everify, Jobs, Economy, Bank, Financial, Crisis, Cause, Monetary Policy, Policy, Monetary, Financial Crisis, Fed, Reserve, Banking system, Money

Description

This binder is a collection of shortcuts to Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas reports on jobs and the economy. Follow the shortcuts to resources where you can view and download reports, and link to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas website for more information.

Resources

Digital Enforcement: Effects of E-Verify on Unauthorized Immigrant Employment and Population
Grade Range: 9, 10, 11, 12 Author: PIA M. ORRENIUS and MADELINE ZAVODNY Institutional Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Digital Enforcement Digital Enforcement: Effects of E-Verify on Unauthorized Immigrant Employment and Population This report estimates the effects of E-Verify on unauthorized immigrant employment and population in seven states. September 2017
After the Boom: Texas Economy Downshifts in Energy Bust
Grade Range: 9, 10, 11, 12 Institutional Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
AFTER THE BOOM: Texas Economy Downshifts in Energy Bust
At the Heart of Texas: Cities’ Industry Clusters Drive Growth
Grade Range: 9, 10, 11, 12 Author: Laila Assanie, Kristin E. Davis, Pia M. Orrenius, and Michael Weiss Institutional Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
At the Heart of Texas: Cities' Industry Clusters Drive Growth A comprehensive look at the industry clusters, history and demographics shaping eight of the state’s key metropolitan areas: Austin, Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth, Houston, McAllen, Midland-Odessa and San Antonio. February 2016
Gone to Texas: Immigration and the Transformation of the Texas Economy
Grade Range: 9, 10, 11, 12 Author: Pia M. Orrenius, Madeline Zavodny, and Melissa LoPalo Institutional Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Gone to Texas: Immigration and the Transformation of the Texas Economy Texas benefits from having a large, diversified immigrant population but also faces several challenges to ensure its continued economic advancement. This special report provides a comprehensive portrait of Texas immigrants and examines economic issues related to surging immigration to Texas. November 2013
The Long-Awaited Housing Recovery
Grade Range: 9, 10, 11, 12 Institutional Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
The Long-Awaited Housing Recovery U.S. housing markets experienced a notable boom and a painful bust in the past decade. Most recently, housing began its long-awaited recovery—the subject of this three-part report. January 2013
Financial Stability: Traditional Banks Pave the Way
Grade Range: 9, 10, 11, 12 Author: Jeffery W. Gunther and Kelly Klemme Institutional Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
This January 2013 report presents five essays on the theme of rethinking America’s banking system.  
Choosing the Road to Prosperity: Why We Must End Too Big to Fail—Now
Grade Range: 9, 10, 11, 12 Institutional Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Choosing the Road to Prosperity: Why We Must End Too Big to Fail—Now The too-big-to-fail institutions that amplified and prolonged the recent financial crisis remain a hindrance to full economic recovery and to the very ideal of American capitalism. It is imperative that we break up the big banks. March 2012
From Brawn to Brains: How Immigration Works for America
Grade Range: 9, 10, 11, 12 Author: Pia Orrenius and Madeline Zavodny Institutional Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
From Brawn to Brains: How Immigration Works for America In the global economic competition for talented workers, the United States risks falling behind if immigration laws are not reformed and employment-based immigration is not expanded. March 2011
Reflections on the Financial Crisis: Where Do We Go From Here?
Grade Range: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Author: Richard W. Fisher Institutional Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Effective monetary policy hinges on the Federal Reserve retaining its bank regulatory role and its independence from political pressures. April 2010
The Financial Crisis: Connecting the Dots
Grade Range: 9, 10, 11, 12 Institutional Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
This report traces the origins of the financial crisis and the Fed's response, and addresses the need for long-term financial reform.