New England Economic Review

New England Economic Review is a magazine specializing in Economic topics.

Articles from November-December

Regional Housing Supply and Credit Constraints
Housing construction plays a critical role in the economy. Increases in housing starts raise construction employment, and recent home buyers often purchase other consumer durables, leading through the multiplier effect to increased employment. Construction...
Technology and Growth: An Overview
During the 1990s, the Federal Reserve has pursued its twin goals of price stability and steady employment growth with considerable success. But despite - or perhaps because of - this success, concerns about the pace of economic and productivity growth...
Unilateral International Transfers: Unrequited and Generally Unheeded
Among the major categories of international transactions, some, such as trade in goods and services, often garner headlines in the financial press. Others receive less attention. Perhaps none is usually farther from the limelight than unilateral, a.k.a....