Conference on Financial Stability Analysis: Papers, Presentations Now Available
We’re sorry that you missed "Financial Stability Analysis: Using the Tools, Finding the Data," a sold-out conference sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and the Office of Financial Research on May 30-31 in DC. If you’re interested in reading the conference papers and presentations, you can find them here. You’ll also find videos of keynote presenters Richard Berner, director of the OFR, and Sandra Pianalto, president and CEO of the Cleveland Fed.
Five Policy Considerations for Improving Ohio’s Housing Markets: Cleveland Fed
Ohio’s housing markets still face a number of challenges, some similar to those faced by other states, such as continuing elevated foreclosure rates, and others that are distinct to our region, such as a prevalence of vacant, low-value housing. The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland has identified five areas where policy interventions are worth considering: a foreclosure fast track for vacant and abandoned property; elimination of minimum-bid requirements; addressing harmful speculation; expanded access to land banks; and improved data collection and access.
Learn more about the opportunities to make a difference with the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.