The Regional Economist

Q2 RE 2019

The Regional Economist is a quarterly publication aimed at an engaged, nonacademic audience. This publication addresses the regional, national and international economic issues of the day.

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Insights on economic issues in today's headlines 2019:Q2 | VOL. 27 | NO. 2 The Rise of Automation: How Robots May Impact the U.S. Labor Market St. Louis Fed President James Bullard shares some thoughts on nominal GDP targeting. PAGE 4 Urban-Rural Divide The disparity in economic growth may be linked to the mix of industries. PAGE 16 Growing Nest Eggs Most U.S. retired households in 2016 were wealthier than those in earlier years. PAGE 12

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