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Annual Report 2011: Maximum Employment: What We Know (and Don't Know) About the Labor Market

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2011 Maximum Employment

  1. President’s Foreword
  2. Maximum Employment: What We Know (and Don’t Know) About the Labor Market
  3. Today’s Unemployment, In Depth
  4. Message from the First Vice President
  5. 2011 Innovation Update: Operations in Motion
  6. Officers and Consultants, Boards of Directors, and Advisory Councils
  7. Financial Statements


  • Executive Editor: Robin Ratliff, Assistant Vice President, Public Affairs
  • Editor: Doug Campbell
  • Managing Editor: Amy Koehnen
  • Managing Designer: Michael Galka
  • Designer: Natalie Bashkin
  • Essay Authors:
    • Timothy Dunne, Vice President and Economist
    • Kyle Fee, Senior Research Analyst
    • Daniel Hartley, Research Economist
    • Mark Schweitzer, Senior Vice President and Director of Research
    • Murat Tasci, Research Economist
    • Guhan Venkatu, Economist
  • The Consumer's Fed Author: Abigail Zemrock
  • Advisory Panel:
    • Suzanne Howe, Vice President, eGovernment Operations and Treasury Electronic Check Processing
    • Susan Kenney, Vice President, eGovernment Technical Support and
    • Dan Littman, Economist
    • Mark Sniderman, Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer
    • Lisa Vidacs, Senior Vice President, Public Affairs and Outreach
  • Portrait Photography: Chris Pappas Photography, Inc.

This annual report was prepared by the Public Affairs and Research departments of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.

For print copies, contact the Cleveland Fed Research Library at 216.579.2050 or We invite your comments and questions. Please email us at

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