Mark Schweitzer is a senior vice president of research and advisor to the research director at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. Schweitzer’s research focuses on the macroeconomic impact of labor market developments and the identification of factors contributing to regional economic growth.
Suggested citation: "Is an Explicit Inflation Objective Consistent With a Dual Mandate?,” Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Annual Report 2010: Price Stability: Why We Seek It and How Best to Achieve It, 12.31.2010.
This Commentary summarizes the academic papers and keynote talks delivered at the 2021 Financial Stability Conference hosted by the Office of Financial Research and the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, held virtually on November 17–19, 2021.
The Russia–Ukraine war has had significant effects on both countries’ exports, and trade partners worldwide have experienced interruptions in supplies. This District Data Brief examines how much our region’s economy may be affected by the disruptions.
Food insecurity has been a familiar issue for many lower-income households. But pandemic-related school and business closures put additional families in a new territory of needing to supplement their food budgets.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is sponsoring the Annual Conference on Real-Time Data Analysis, Methods, and Applications in Macroeconomics and Finance to be held in Cleveland, Ohio, at the Cleveland Reserve Bank on Thursday and Friday, October 6–7, 2022.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and the Office of Financial Research will host their 10th annual financial stability conference on November 17–18, 2022. This year’s conference is titled Financial Stability: Frontier Risks, a New Normal, and Policy Challenges.