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Racial Disparities in Today’s Economy

Persistent racial disparities in economic outcomes for workers and households—particularly in unemployment rates by race—are directly relevant to the central mission of the Federal Reserve. Substantial disparities in other areas either upstream or downstream from the labor market also are of great concern to the Fed. The Boston Fed's Economic Research Conference series fosters discussion and critical engagement among academics, central bankers, policymakers, and other experts.

Recurring

Racial Disparities in Today’s Economy

Persistent racial disparities in economic outcomes for workers and households—particularly in unemployment rates by race—are directly relevant to the central mission of the Federal Reserve. Substantial disparities in other areas either upstream or downstream from the labor market also are of great concern to the Fed. The Boston Fed's Economic Research Conference series fosters discussion and critical engagement among academics, central bankers, policymakers, and other experts.

Recurring

Racial Disparities in Today’s Economy

Persistent racial disparities in economic outcomes for workers and households—particularly in unemployment rates by race—are directly relevant to the central mission of the Federal Reserve. Substantial disparities in other areas either upstream or downstream from the labor market also are of great concern to the Fed. The Boston Fed's Economic Research Conference series fosters discussion and critical engagement among academics, central bankers, policymakers, and other experts.