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Adam M. Zaretsky

Economist

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

One Federal Reserve Bank Plaza

St. Louis, Missouri,63102

United States

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thecommunitybanker.com [cached]

The growth of the region's payroll employment, however, has been slower than the national average and, if this trend continues, output is probably going to grow more slowly than it did six months or a year ago, observed Adam M. Zaretsky, an economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.


stlouisfed.org

By Adam M. Zaretsky
Adam M. Zaretsky Economist Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis


www.richmag.com

Throughout the United States between 1987 and 1999, 55 stadiums and arenas were refurbished or built at a cost of more than $8.7 billion, reports Adam M. Zaretsky, an economist for the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis in the April 2001 issue of the bank's publication, "The Regional Economist."
Zaretsky notes that the $8.7 billion figure includes only the direct costs involved in the construction and refurbishment of the complexes, not the indirect costs - such as money cities might spend on improving or adding to roads and parking lots needed to support these stadiums. Almost $5 billion of that total $8.7 billion figure was financed through taxpayer money. Zaretsky writes of the dubious nature of "economic impact studies." Usually, he says, these studies are conducted by an accounting firm or the local chamber of commerce and "use spurious economic techniques to demonstrate the number of new jobs and additional tax revenues that will be generated by the project...the assumptions that are made in these studies...often cannot be substantiated by economic theory." Zaretsky says. "The weight of economic evidence, however," Zaretsky concludes, "shows that taxpayers spend a lot of money and ultimately don't get much back."


FRB Philadelphia - Supervision, Regulation and Credit - The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act/Financial Modernization

www.philadelphiafed.org [cached]

Article by Adam M. Zaretsky, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, appearing in The Regional Economist A New Universe in Banking After Financial Modernization (April, 2000) Publication by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia on the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act


news.riverfronttimes.com

News of Lieberman's exit coincided with last month's contentious ACLU annual meeting, when members shot down the proposed slate of board officers, including incumbent president Adam Zaretsky and three other sitting officers. On July 31, for the first time since anyone can remember, two people will square off for the board presidency: Zaretsky, an economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, and Ray Hartmann, founder and former publisher of the Riverfront Times.


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