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Publications that provide information and analysis that promote the public's understanding of the Bank and the Federal Reserve System, the economy of the Fifth Federal Reserve District, and economic policy issues and research.

Periodicals and special publications geared towards educating the public about economics and the functions, objectives and organization of the Federal Reserve System.

5E Navigator Higher Education

July 21, 2014 | Publication

5E Navigator - Higher Education

Information and tools to help evaluate the higher education decision.

Published by the Community Development Office of FRB Richmond, these publications profile community reinvestment opportunities, and programs and organizations that assist community and economic development projects.

The Government Affairs office provides legislators and their staff timely information on our research and resources. It also provides a more in-depth view on the publications and activities we conduct throughout our region.

eBrief

June 29, 2015 | Publication

eBrief - June 2015

This issue includes a look at President Jeffrey Lacker’s experiences as a member of the FOMC, research that analyzes whether banking reforms of the early 1990s failed and articles from the Richmond Fed’s latest edition of Econ Focus that explore the regulatory environment for new online markets and whether money buys political influence in light of legal changes in campaign finance.


eBrief

June 1, 2015 | Publication

eBrief - TBTF Special Issue

This edition of the eBrief focuses on the Richmond Fed’s work on the “too big to fail” problem and its potential solutions. In addition to research that looks at the history of “too big to fail,” this eBrief highlights the Richmond Fed’s new estimates of the share of financial system liabilities for which the federal government provides protection from losses.

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