Kevin L. Kliesen

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Education

M.A. Economics
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado
1989

B.S. Agricultural Business
Colorado State University
1985

Contact Info

Phone: (314) 444-8583
Fax: (314) 444-8731
Email: kliesen@stls.frb.org

Research Division
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
P.O. Box 442
St. Louis, MO 63166-0442

For media inquiries contact:
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Office: (314) 444-6166
Cell: (314) 348-3639

Kevin L. Kliesen

Commentary

"The Federal Debt: Too Little Revenue or Too Much Spending"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Economic Synopses, 2011, No. 20.

"Is the Fed's Definition of Price Stability Evolving?"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Economic Synopses, 2010, No. 33.

"Q & A with Kevin Kliesen"
Illinois Business Journal, June 2010.

"Measuring Financial Market Stress"
with Douglas C. Smith
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Economic Synopses, 2010, No. 2.

"Dating the End of the Recession: Evaluating the Economic Indicators"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Economic Synopses, 2009, No. 28.

"Recession or Depression? Part II"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Economic Synopses, 2009, No. 19.

"Recession or Depression?"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Economic Synopses, 2009, No. 15.

"Putting the Financial Crisis and Lending Activity in a Broader Context"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Monetary Trends, March 2009.

"Another Conundrum?"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Monetary Trends, October 2008.

"An Expanded Look at Employment"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, March 2008.

"Can You Hear Me Now?"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Monetary Trends, January 2008.

"Recession Rumblings"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, May 2007.

"Are Two Employment Surveys Better than One?"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, November 2006.

"Gauging the Size of Today's Price Shocks"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, January 2006.

"Has Monetary Policy Been More Accommodative Than Previously Believed?"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Monetary Trends, October 2005.

"Battle at Bond Bluff: Forecasters vs. Financial Markets"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, June 2005.

"Reading Inflation Expectations form CPI Futures"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, February 2005.

"Ringing in the New Year with an Investment Bust?"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, December 2004.

"Mind the Gap: Measuring Actual VS. Potential Output"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, January 2004.

"Waiting for the Investment Boom? It Might be a While"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, May 2003.

"Die Another Day? Budget Deficits and Interest Rates"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, December 2002.

"Does a Mild Recession Imply a Weak Recovery?"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, April 2002.

"Whither the 'New Economy'?"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, September 2001.

"The Switch to NAICS"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, August 2001.

"Will California Short-Circuit the Expansion?"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, February 2001.

"Available Labor Supply"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, February 2000.

"The Economic Outlook for 2000: Bulls on Parade?"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, January 2000.

"Putting Business Software Purchases into the National Accounts"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, November 1999.

"How Important Will 401(k) Plans Be to Baby Boomers?"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, November 1998.

"Is Deflation Coming?"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, November 1997.


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