On April 17, students at California State University Fullerton engaged in a FOMC meeting simulation and experienced the process of making monetary policy decisions.
In the 1950s, the best indicator of a community’s economic success was its level of physical capital. In today’s world, the level of human capital plays a pivotal role in the economic success of communities. Watch the latest Economics in Person video as Professor Enrico Moretti discusses the factors shaping community development and the key role of college-educated workers.
This DataPost tutorial looks at the Fed’s key measure of inflation—the Personal Consumption Expenditures Price Index—including how it relates to the concepts of “core” and “total” inflation in the U.S. economy.
Four college-age entrepreneurs were featured in a live panel discussion and Q&A session on Livestream. The panelists discussed their paths to entrepreneurial success, and offered advice and recommendations to high school students about the importance of sound personal and professional finance.