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Economic Inequality: A Research Series

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The New York Fed conducts research to better understand what contributes to economic inequality in its many forms – in the region, and across the Nation. Often, economic research focuses on understanding the average effects of a policy or program. However, while averages provide useful reference points, they don’t capture the full story. To better understand what contributes to economic inequality in the region and across the Nation, it is vital to understand how the effects of policies and economic trends differ across geographic, demographic, and socioeconomic boundaries. The Economic Inequality series from the New York Fed highlights the differences in economic outcomes and policy impacts by race, gender, age, geography, income, education, and other factors. Timely content is

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The New York Fed conducts research to better understand what contributes to economic inequality in its many forms – in the region, and across the Nation. Often, economic research focuses on understanding the average effects of a policy or program. However, while averages provide useful reference points, they don’t capture the full story. To better understand what contributes to economic inequality in the region and across the Nation, it is vital to understand how the effects of policies and economic trends differ across geographic, demographic, and socioeconomic boundaries. The Economic Inequality series from the New York Fed highlights the differences in economic outcomes and policy impacts by race, gender, age, geography, income, education, and other factors. Timely content is packaged on a recurring basis and published on the Liberty Street Economics blog, offering policymakers, practitioners, researchers, and the general public unique insights into topics that affect everyone's lives, in an effort to help build a more equitable economy and society for all. For more information, visit nyfed.org/inequality-series. Economic Inequality: A Research Series
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