Webcasts

2-12-2014
Economic Insights: Conversations with the Dallas Fed—2014 Economic Outlook

 

10-11-2013
Gary Richardson: Successes, Failures in the Fed's First 100 Years

Gary Richardson, historian for the Federal Reserve System and professor of economics at the University of California, Irvine, talks about the successes and failures of the Federal Reserve during its first 100 years.

8-7-2013
Economic Insights: Conversations with the Dallas Fed—“Current Hot Topics in Research”offsite

Featured speakers:

  • Michael Plante, Dallas Fed senior research economist
  • Emily Kerr, Dallas Fed associate economist
  • D’Ann Petersen, Dallas Fed business economist

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5-29-2013
Economic Insights: Conversations with the Dallas Fed—“Mexico’s Reforms, the Border and Progress”offsite

Featured speakers:

  • Roberto Coronado, Dallas Fed assistant vice president in charge, El Paso Branch
  • Ed Skelton, Dallas Fed business economist

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2-1-2013
Economic Insights: Conversations with the Dallas Fed—“Ending Too Big to Fail: A Program for Financial Reform”offsite

Featured speakers:

  • Harvey Rosenblum, Dallas Fed executive vice president and director of research will offer his thoughts on ending ‘too big to fail’ financial institutions
  • Anil Kumar, senior research economist and advisor, will join Harvey during this presentation and will comment on the 2013 regional economic outlook

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11-7-2012
Economic Insights: Conversations with the Dallas Fed—“The Euro Crisis: Challenges and Implications”offsite

Featured speakers:

  • Mark Wynne, Senior Economist and Vice President; Director of the Globalization and Monetary Policy Institute, Dallas Fed
  • James Hollifield, Professor of International Political Economy; Director of the Tower Center for Political Studies, Southern Methodist University

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7-31-2012
Economic Insights: Conversations with the Dallas Fed—“Celebrating Friedman: Why Freedom Matters”offsite
On what would have been Milton Friedman’s 100th birthday, this webcast reflects on his legacy in making the case for freedom and why freedom matters to people everywhere.

Presented by Robert Lawson, Jerome M. Fullinwider Chair in Economic Freedom in the O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom at Southern Methodist University
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5-1-2012
Economic Insights: Conversations with the Dallas Fed—"Choosing the Road to Prosperity: Why We Must End Too Big to Fail—Now"
Harvey Rosenblum, Executive Vice President & Director of Research; and S. Scott MacDonald, Ph.D., President and CEO, SW Graduate School of Banking (SWGSB) Foundation and Adjunct Professor of Finance at the Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University.
Part 1offsite | Part 2offsite | PresentationPDF

2-1-2012
Economic Insights: Conversations with the Dallas Fed—Economic Outlook for 2012
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Harvey Rosenblum, Executive Vice President & Director of Research, and David Luttrell, Senior Economic Analyst; and Mine Yücel Vice President & Senior Economist, presented by Jason L. Saving, Senior Research Economist and Advisor

11-4-2011
Economic Insights: Conversations with the Dallas Fed—From Brawn to Brains: How Immigration Works for America
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This program featured an economic update from the Dallas Fed's director of research, as well as a discussion on how immigrants help fuel the U.S. economy and the challenges immigration policy creates for policy makers, workers, employers, economic competitiveness and globalization.

8-4-2011
Economic Insights: Conversations with the Dallas Fed—Competing in the Knowledge Society: What Will It Take?
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How important is education in today's knowledge economy? Richard Fisher, president and CEO of the Dallas Fed, argues that with brains as the primary tool in today's global economy, you earn what you learn. Dr. Renu Khator, chancellor and president of the University of Houston, discusses challenges and reforms in higher education, and Dr. Kerri Briggs, director for education reform at the George W. Bush Institute at SMU, presents initiatives to reform K–12 education.

4-12-2011
Economic Insights: Conversations with the Dallas Fed—America's Housing Market: What's Required for a Sustainable Recovery?
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This webcast features a discussion with economists John Duca and Anthony Murphy and analyst Kory Killgo on housing stability and its support in the broader economy, as well as information about why banks in the Dallas Fed's district have had limited exposure to modified loans. Thomas Siems, senior economist and director of economic outreach, moderates.

1-31-2011
Economic Insights: Conversations with the Dallas Fed—2011 Economic Outlook
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Harvey Rosenblum, Dallas Fed executive vice president and director of research, offers his views on the national economic outlook for 2011.

8-2011-2010
Eleventh Federal Reserve District Weathers Financial Storms
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Economists Kenneth J. Robinson and D'Ann Petersen discuss current regional banking and commercial real estate conditions. Thomas Siems, senior economist and director of economic outreach in the Bank's Financial Institution Relationship Management Department moderates.

1-20-2010
The Economic Outlook for 2010
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Harvey Rosenblum, Dallas Fedexecutive vice president and director of research, offers his views on the U.S. economy for 2010.

10-14-2009
Entrepreneurship in the Changing Economy: From Survival to Sustainability

This forum examined the importance of entrepreneurship to the economy, challenges that small businesses face in the current recession and strategies and tools that organizations are using to support and grow entrepreneurship.