Katie Corcoran |

Research Assistant

Katie Corcoran is a research assistant in the Research Department. She joined the Federal Reserve Bank in 2005, and her interests include financial institutions and regulation, historical banking, and financial intermediation. Ms. Corcoran has a bachelor of arts from the University of Notre Dame in economics and political science.

  • Fed Publications
Title Date Publication Author(s) Type
Conference on Automotive Communities and Workforce Adjustment

 

October, 2009 Katie Corcoran; Conferences
Abstract: This conference was designed to assist federal, state, and local policymakers by bringing forward an independent, research-based perspective and program and policy ideas for adapting the economies of auto-impacted communities. The a focus at this first forum was on workers.

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03.20.08 Katie Corcoran; Joseph G Haubrich; Economic Trends
Abstract: Since last month, the yield curve has gotten steeper, with long-term interest rates rising and short-term interest rates falling.

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02.20.08 Katie Corcoran; Joseph G Haubrich; Economic Trends

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11.20.07 Katie Corcoran; Joseph G Haubrich; Economic Trends

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