Texas Monthly

Why Urban Sprawl Could Actually Be a Boon In the New Economy

Richard Fisher, a former president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, reflects on the recovery ahead.

TEXAS MONTHLY: I’ve heard you say that you expect this to be a U-shaped curve for the recovery. How gradual a recovery should we expect?

RICHARD FISHER: It’s a very difficult thing, once you

Vous lisez un aperçu, inscrivez-vous pour en lire plus.

Centres d'intérêt associés

Plus de Texas Monthly

Texas Monthly10 min de lectureMedical
Biotech’s Third Coast
When a winter storm and a mismanaged power grid hobbled much of Texas in mid-February, Thomas Page and his team couldn’t afford to shelter at home. For seven months they’d been working around the clock to make the key ingredient for two vaccines—thei
Texas Monthly9 min de lecture
Oklahoma
HERD IMMUNITY MEANS SOMETHING DIFFERENT AT THE WILDLIFE REFUGE. Why did the Longhorn cross the road? To get back to Texas. That’s the hilarious joke I told my kids as one of the impressive ungulates ambled down the asphalt past our SUV. We had stoppe
Texas Monthly10 min de lecture
Cold Justice
Shirley Napier had a good Valentine’s Day. For that, Steven Napier is thankful. This year, he bought two boxes of Russell Stover chocolates to go with the card and the flowers. (One box for her. One for him.) “Women love flowers, and most women rarel