Topic - Government

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Taxing Risk and the Optimal Regulation of Financial Institutions

An Economic Policy Paper on imposing a tax to eliminate risk externalities from unavoidable government bailouts
Narayana Kocherlakota
June 2010 - The Region

Tax credits for first-time castles

The home buyer's tax credit has given the housing market a boost. But what happens when the credit ends?
Ronald A. Wirtz
April 2010 - fedgazette

A hard road

Roads and bridges in the district need a lot of work. Who will pay to mend them?
Phil Davies
April 2010 - fedgazette

Minneapolis Fed releases two new Community Affairs reports

April 2010 - Community Dividend

No shortage of credit here

Municipal bond market active, with help from Uncle Sam
Ronald A. Wirtz
April 2010 - fedgazette

Think of it as a user fee, not a tax

Phil Davies
April 2010 - fedgazette

Minnesota's Earned Income Credit Program: Utilization by Current and Former Welfare Households and the Impact of Policy Parameters

An analysis of utilization of the State of Minnesota's earned income credit (the Working Family Credit) among current and former welfare recipients.
Donald P. Hirasuna, Thomas F. Stinson
December 2009 - Community Development Papers

Vroom Vroom Vroom

2008-2009 Essay Contest Winner
Jacob Devine
September 2009 - The Region

Who Do You Trust with Your Money?

Two books take a hard look at Federal Reserve independence.
David Fettig
September 2009 - The Region

Credit Conditions: Some snap and crackle, but no pop

Ronald A. Wirtz
July 2009 - fedgazette

Wait for us

Like everywhere else, it seems, debt among state and local governments is rising
Ronald A. Wirtz
May 2009 - fedgazette

Just the facts, ma’am

Crime patterns in the district vary widely, but explaining differences and trends is difficult
Douglas Clement
March 2009 - fedgazette

Recyclical demand

Prices have fallen sharply for recyclables, but there's still a viable scrap market in the district
Joe Mahon
March 2009 - fedgazette

The mystery of crime

Will the recession cause a surge in crime? Economic theory suggests it might, but empirical evidence for the widely held notion is far from conclusive
Douglas Clement
March 2009 - fedgazette

Bringing the credit home

Expanded credit programs and lending from the Minneapolis Fed
Daniel Rozycki
January 2009 - fedgazette

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