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Stephanie Aaronson

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Federal Reserve System

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Federal Reserve System

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Kansas City, Missouri,64198

United States

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The Federal Reserve is the central bank of the United States. It was created as an independent entity by Congress and some of its duties include: conducting the nation's monetary policy, supervising and regulating banking institutions, maintaining the stabilit...more

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thenationaleconomistsclub.shuttlepod.org

6/21: NEC w/SGE: Stephanie Aaronson, Treasury Department


macroblog.typepad.com [cached]

In today's Wall Street Journal (page A2 in the print edition), Greg Ip reports on a study by the Federal Reserve Board's Stephanie Aaronson, Bruce Fallick, Andrew Figura, Jonathan Pingle and William Wascher, wherein the authors join the growing consensus that low labor force participation rates may not be a sign of labor market weakness after all.


www.sge-econ.org [cached]

Monthly Luncheon Summary: Andrew Lyon, Department of Treasury - "Tax Policy and Stimulus"· Labor Brown Bag Summary: Stephanie Aaronson, Federal Reserve Board of Governors - "Lifetime Earnings Inequality is Increasing Too" · Book Review - Great Experiments in American Economic Policy: From Kennedy to Regan, review by Harry Meyers · SGE Evening Seminar Review: "Mass Transportation Needs, Emergencies, and Solutions in the Washington Area" · Federal Forecasters Conference, 2002: Call for Papers


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The share of workers in defined benefit plans fell from about 35% in 1979 to 14% in 1998, Federal Reserve economist Stephanie Aaronson and Julia Coronado, an economist at Watson Wyatt Worldwide, said in a recent working paper.A popular explanation for the changes is that companies have been trying gradually to move away from defined benefit plans due to high costs and regulatory burdens, but Aaronson and Coronado said that explanation is only part of the reason for the slide.The increase in the number of workers in professional and technology jobs and the decline in union membership have played a major part in the drop in defined benefit plans, Aaronson and Coronado said.Aaronson and Coronado said it is difficult to predict how changes in production and competitive environments in the economy will shape compensation in the future, but they expect the move toward more flexible types of compensation to continue.


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6/21 Lunch: Stephanie Aaronson, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Macroeconomic Analysis in the Office of Economic Policy, US Department of Treasury
Stephanie Aaronson Are Supply or Demand Constraints Holding Back Growth? Stephanie Aaronson is the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Macroeconomic Analysis in the Office of Economic Policy at the U.S. Department of the Treasury. (more...)


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