The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago shares its economic research and news of its other work via a range of publication channels, including quarterly AgLetters and regular Chicago Fed Letters, working papers, and articles on Chicago Fed Insights.
With a mandate including short- and long-term policy analysis and broadly accessible descriptions of research, Chicago Fed Letter delivers timely analysis of issues affecting the regional and national economy.
Aimed at a general audience–and typically shorter than other work we publish–Chicago Fed Insights articles include analysis by economic research staff, summaries of hosted events, and news about the workings of the Bank.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago publishes working papers written by staff economists on a variety of topics in the field. Subject to revision or subsequent publication in external, peer-reviewed journals, working papers are not edited, and the work is the responsibility of the author(s).
Economic Perspectives is a journal of in-depth articles by Bank economists sharing their research. The intended audience comprises academic institutions and libraries; researchers, professors, and college students; policymakers; and financial services and business professionals.
Published regularly by the Chicago Fed since the 1940s, AgLetter is a quarterly newsletter on agricultural land values and credit conditions in the Bank’s Seventh Federal Reserve District, based on data from its survey.
The online home for Chicago Fed publications and other media that are dormant, retired, or otherwise inactive. The archives date back to the 1990s.