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Around Our District

FEBRUARY 15, 2022

Let’s look Around Our District — a snapshot of the Richmond Fed’s latest analysis, news and events on economic issues that affect our region’s communities.


The Economics of Crime and Policing

What's the impact of policing on crime? In our newest podcast episode, economists Santiago Pinto and Raymond Owens discuss their research into crime trends in our District. Listen and subscribe to Speaking of the Economy now >

Does Infrastructure Spending Boost the Economy?

In a recent Econ Focus article, we estimated the funding that Fifth District communities might receive from the infrastructure bill. But to what extent does this kind of investment stimulate the economy? Find out in Economic Brief > 


Business Leaders: Join Our Business Survey Panel

Supply chain issues? Can’t find workers with the right skills? By joining our business survey panel, you can inform our nation’s monetary policy by telling us about business conditions. Click here to join > 

Snapshot of the Economy

Want the latest state-level analysis on the labor market, household, business and real estate conditions? Check out this month's Snapshot Report now > 



Register Now: Investing in Rural America

Our hybrid Investing in Rural America Conference is happening on March 30. The event will feature rural leaders and national experts discussing strategies for investing in community-driven economic and workforce development initiatives. Register Now > 

In Case You Missed It: Replay Available

District Dialogues: Human Capital Decisions and the Future of Work happened on Feb. 8. Rewatch both the event and our Voices from the Field video series now.

Then, mark your calendar May 12 for District Dialogues: A Conversation on Racial Wealth Disparities. 


DataFifth District Economic Indicators

Research and Analysis: Rural Communities

Article: Global Banks, Local Branches, and Faraway Crises
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