Drew Giannelli

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The Final Crisis Chronicle: The Panic of 1907 and the Birth of the Fed

Donald P. Morgan and James Narron <br>The panic of 1907 was among the most severe we’ve covered in our series and also the most transformative, as it led …

Federal Reserve

Now on Your iPhone: The Economic Research Tracker

Joseph Tracy <br>The Federal Reserve Bank of New York today announced the launch of its Economic Research Tracker app for the iPhone®. The app, which …

From the Vault: Funds, Flight, and Financial Stability

Anna Snider<br>The money market industry is in the midst of significant change. With the implementation this month of new Securities and Exchange …

Investing

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We knew Japan had a sex problem. We just didn't know how bad it was until now

Japan's demographic challenges are well-known: It's home to the world's oldest population and has a shrinking birthrate and an astonishing number of …

Florida: The Punchline State

It has more than its share of craziness, but it’s never boring—and it’s still the best place in the country to live, says longtime Floridian Dave Barry<p>It’s not easy being a Floridian. We’re dealing with scary mosquitoes and major storms with unpronounceable names such as “Hermine.”<p>And then there’s …

Florida

Is Health Insurance Good for Your Financial Health?

Nicole Dussault, Maxim Pinkovskiy, and Basit Zafar <br>What is the purpose of health care? What is the purpose of health insurance? When people fall ill, …

Health Care

The Survey of Consumer Expectations Turns Two!

Giorgio Topa, Olivier Armantier, Wilbert van der Klaauw, and Basit Zafar <br>The Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Survey of Consumer Expectations (SCE) …

Labor Economics

Crisis Chronicles: Gold, Deflation, and the Panic of 1893

Thomas Klitgaard and James Narron <br>In the late 1800s, a surge in silver production made a shift toward a monetary standard based on gold and silver …

Stock Markets

The Effect of Fed Funds Rate Hikes on Consumer Borrowing Costs

Nina Boyarchenko, Sooji Kim, and Matthew Plosser <br>The target federal funds rate has hovered around zero for nearly a decade, and observers are …

Finance

Crisis Chronicles: The Cotton Famine of 1862-63 and the U.S. One-Dollar Note

James Narron and Don Morgan <br>When the U.S. Civil War broke out in 1861, cotton was king. The southern United States produced and exported much of the …

A Discussion of Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century: Does More Capital Increase Inequality?

Maxim Pinkovskiy <br>Second in a two-part series<br>My aim in the second post of this series on Thomas Piketty’s <i>Capital in the Twenty-First Century</i> is to …

Income Inequality

Economic Research Tracker - FEDERAL RESERVE BANK of NEW YORK

The Economic Research Tracker is designed to increase the visibility and accessibility of the Bank's research. Aggregating posts from the <i>Liberty</i> …

Economics

Historical Echoes: How Members of the Society for Creative Anachronism Make Money

div xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtmlspan class=ts-blog-article-authorAmy Farber/span br /br / Have you seen these people? You might come upon them …

Chartist.js, An Open-Source Library For Responsive Charts

16 min read<p>Share on Twitter or LinkedIn<p>Smashing Newsletter<p>Upgrade your inbox and get our editors’ picks twice a month.<p>With useful tips for web devs. …

Comprehensive review of UX tools for your website

A comprehensive list of 76 UX tools that will help you build stunning web experiences through usability testing, mocking up, prototyping, verifying …

UX Design

A brief history of web design for designers. Explained with animations

My interest in coding my designs was lost at the the moment I realized how much trickery had to be done to make it happen. Seemingly simple issues …

UI Design