Cleveland Fed’s Center for Inflation Research announces improved website and establishment of advisory council
In an effort to help policymakers, researchers, and the public gain a better understanding of inflation and the factors that influence its behavior, the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland’s Center for Inflation Research has launched a new website with easy access to redesigned pages for the indicators and data on the Cleveland Fed website. The Center’s new website offers more information and user-friendly commentary highlighting national price trends and key data series through the following pages:
Building on our long history of research and analysis related to inflation measurement and forecasting, the Center seeks to be a leading resource for “all things inflation.” It offers a combination of research, analyses and data, background and commentary, and hosts an annual conference series dedicated to inflation. The information and research is intended for readers whose interests range from staying informed about inflation developments to learning about recent theoretical and empirical work analyzing the inflation process.
Robert Rich, a senior economic and policy advisor in the Bank’s Research Department, is director of the Center. Raphael Schoenle has joined the Bank as deputy director of the Center and is a senior research economist.
The Center for Inflation Research is also pleased to announce the formation of an advisory council. The inaugural advisory council members are:
Associate Professor, University of Texas at Austin
President and Founder, MacroPolicy Perspectives
Clinical Associate Professor of Finance, University of Texas at Austin
Senior Special Advisor to the Chair of the Federal Reserve
Chancellor’s Professor of Economics, University of California, Berkeley
Director General of the Directorate General Economics, European Central Bank
Professor, London School of Economics and Political Science
Member, Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee
Fellow, British Academy
Vice President and President Elect, European Economic Association
Howard Harrison and Gabrielle Snyder Beck Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Princeton University