October 2, 2014
Investment Connection: Nebraska
October 15 – 17, 2014
Transforming U.S. Workforce Development Policies for the 21st Century
October 29, 2014
Interagency CRA Roundtable: Wyoming
November 5, 2014
Bridging the Gap: Solutions for Oklahomans in Poverty
ABOUT THE JACKSON HOLE ECONOMIC POLICY SYMPOSIUM
Since 1978 the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City has hosted an annual economic policy symposium.
The event is designed as a forum for central bankers, policy experts and academics to come together to focus on a topic that is not necessarily of immediate concern, but instead looks into the future at emerging issues and trends.
A key feature of the event is the thoughtful discussion that takes place among the participants. Given the participants and the topics being discussed, there is substantial interest in the symposium. However, to help foster the open discussion that has been so critical to the symposium’s success, attendance at the event is limited. Similarly, although the Bank receives numerous requests from media outlets worldwide, press attendance is also limited to a group that is selected to provide important transparency to the symposium, but yet not overwhelm or influence the proceedings. All symposium participants, including members of the press, pay a fee to attend. The fees are then used to recover event expenses.
Papers provided to the Bank in advance and presented at the 2014 economic policy symposium will be posted on the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s public website at the time they are presented at the event. Other papers, such as discussant comments, may not be provided until after the event but are posted as they become available. Additionally, transcripts of the proceedings are posted on the website as they become available, a process that generally takes a few months. Finally, the papers and transcripts are compiled into proceedings books which are both posted on the website and published in a volume that is available on-line or in print, free of charge, from the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.