Jaison Abel is a Research Officer in the Regional Analysis Function of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He provides economic analysis of the Federal Reserve’s Second District, with a focus on upstate New York. His primary research interests include the spatial distribution of human capital, the micro foundations of urban agglomeration economies, productivity measurement, and technological change.
|Human Capital, Local Economic Development, and the Importance of Colleges and Universities, Abel 3 of 3, BSTGR 3 of 12|
|The Performance of the Buffalo Economy Since the Great Recession 2017 Abel 1 of 3, BSTGR 1 of 12|
|Bypassing the Bust: The Stability of Upstate New York's Housing Markets During the Recession|