While we have a broad research agenda, the Richmond Fed focuses on these key areas of economic study:
This series of essays articulates the Richmond Fed's views on issues of particular importance to the Fifth District and the national economy, and their policy implications:
Rick Kaglic, a senior regional economist at the Charlotte branch of the Richmond Fed, discussed national economic conditions at a conference of treasury management professionals in May 2016.
A look at the educational attainment in the Carolinas may yield clues as to how well the region will adjust to technological disruptions.
How much have mortgage markets improved in recent months, and how do current foreclosure and forfeiture rates compare to before the housing crisis?
Reviews the Bank's operations and includes the article "A 'New Normal'? The Prospects for Long-Term Growth in the United States"