As the payments industry continues to evolve, the Federal Reserve Banks have expanded the variety of their podcasts about the latest research from across the Federal Reserve System. Anywhere in the world, listeners can gain a better understanding of the U.S. regional and national economies.
Begin your educational adventures with the podcasts below.
|Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
|The Boston Fed’s podcast, Six Hundred Atlantic (Off-site), explores trends uncovered by its economists, researchers and analysts that are affecting local and national economies. Check out their latest episode (Off-site) to learn more about how opioid addiction medications are affecting the labor force.
|Federal Reserve Bank of New York
|Bank Notes (Off-site) is a podcast takes listeners deeper into the research and insights uncovered by the New York Fed. The latest season is Banking Culture Reform: Trust, Technology, and The New Workplace.
|Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
|The Richmond Fed’s Speaking of the Economy (Off-site) podcast hosts insightful talks that explore rural development, effects of monetary policy, supply chain resiliency and more.
|Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
|Economy Matters (Off-site) is hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and accompanies its Economy Matters online magazine (Off-site). This podcast discusses a variety of topics, including economic research, the payment system and bank supervision and regulation.
|Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
|Hear the Financial Markets Group discuss new research at the Chicago Fed in the LaSalle Street (Off-site) podcast. Topics include learnings from the COVID crisis, cybersecurity and technology risks.
|Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
|Three podcasts are hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Women in Economics (Off-site) highlights women who have built careers as prominent economists. Economic Lowdown (Off-site) provides classroom-level educational insights on economics, banking and monetary policy. The third podcast, Timely Topics (Off-site), breaks down research and economics-related topics in the news, such as wage growth, supply chain issues and inflation.
|Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
|The Southwest Economy Podcast (Off-site) is hosted by the Dallas Fed and explores new and noteworthy trends affecting Texas, northern Louisiana and southern New Mexico, such as energy transition and economic growth.
The views expressed in the above podcasts are the speakers’ own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Federal Reserve System.