Warren E. Weber Historical Data Archives

The Warren E. Weber Collection is moving!

The Digital Archives will be replaced in October 2018 with the Research Database. The Research Database is an institutional repository that contains the same content as the Digital Archives with a modern user interface, enhanced search and download functions, and increased sharing capabilities. It is available now in early release for testing and feedback purposes. This website is no longer being updated. New content is added only to the Research Database. The Digital Archives website will be unavailable after September 30, 2018. Please update your bookmarks now. For questions, email mpls.research.info.svcs@mpls.frb.org.

Warren Weber joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis in 1981 and served as senior research officer in the Research Department from 1989 to 2012, when he retired. Before joining the Bank, he taught economics at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Tulane University and Duke University. He also has been an adjunct economics professor at the University of Minnesota. Warren's M.S. and Ph.D. degrees are from Carnegie-Mellon University. His research agenda focuses on monetary and banking theory and history, with particular emphasis on banking in the United States before 1861. Weber is currently a Visiting Scholar at the Bank of Canada and the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and a Visiting Professor at the University of South Carolina.

Here can be found data collected by Weber while at the Minneapolis Fed including banknote discounts, disaggregated call reports, census of state banks, railroad stock prices, international data, and antebellum U.S. state bank balance sheets.