Find upcoming and past Dallas Fed events.
RAISE Texas Summit
Connect with your peers, community leaders, funders, and innovative financial capability experts from across Texas to share and learn about building an equitable financial ecosystem that works for all Texans.
Texas Economic Outlook 2023
Dallas Fed Vice President and Senior Economist Pia Orrenius released the Dallas Fed's forecast for Texas employment growth for the year and shared details on the factors likely to influence Texas economy in 2023.
Texas Community Colleges: The Indispensable Workforce Institutions Building a Talent-Strong Texas
This hybrid event hosted by the Business Leaders Advancing Skills in Texas (BLAST) coalition focuses on the pivotal role community colleges play in local and statewide workforce development.
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Economic Education Events
Evening at the Fed: Dinner and Dialogue for Educators
Ruth Turley and Erin Baumgartner of the Kinder Institute for Urban Research at Rice University will share research done in partnership with local school districts to understand the needs and challenges facing students and families in the Houston area.
Energy and the Economy: The New Energy Landscape
The conference focused on geopolitics as well the outlook for global energy markets and the U.S. energy sector.
Methods and Applications for DSGE Models Workshop
The subject of the workshop is broadly empirical macroeconomics, with an emphasis on research based on dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) models.
Broadband Learning Forum: Lessons Learned on the Advancing Digital Inclusion Initiative
This presentation on Nov. 3 highlighted community leaders sharing lessons learned as they work to achieve a sustainable strategy for connecting all residents to the internet.
Economic Education Events
16th Annual Economics Scholars Program Conference for Undergraduate Research
The Economics Scholars Program (ESP) is a collaborative effort between Austin College and the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas to foster the involvement of undergraduate economics students in all facets of research.
Supply Chains in a Changing Global Landscape
This conference on Oct. 20, 2022, explored supply-chain challenges and how businesses and institutions can manage risk and respond to supply-chain disruption. It also discussed the costs and benefits of reshoring, including the implications of higher costs for consumers, and the role of technology.
Technology-Enabled Disruption: Lessons from the Pandemic and the Path Ahead
This conference is designed to provide a better understanding of technology-enabled disruption during the pandemic for households and businesses, and the path ahead, along four dimensions: supply chains, educational services, the labor market and digital payments.