Panel: Understanding the Fate of Homeowners During the Volatile 2000s
(Social Investment)

Friday, November 8, 2013: 8:00 AM-9:30 AM
West End Ballroom E (Washington Marriott)

*Names in bold indicate Presenter

Panel Organizers:  Jacob William Faber, New York University
Panel Chairs:  Signe-Mary McKernan, Urban Institute
Discussants:  Samuel Dastrup, New York University and Lisa J. Dettling, University of Maryland
Race and the Recession: Exploring Home Value Trajectories Across the Boom and Bust
Ingrid Ellen and Jacob William Faber, New York University

Parental Housing Wealth and Home Purchases
Jaclene Begley, New York University

Is Homeownership Still An Effective Means of Building Wealth for Low-Income and Minority Households? (Was it Ever?)
Christopher Herbert, Daniel T. McCue and Rocio Sanchez-Moyano, Harvard University

Estimating Effects of Income Support Policies On the Retention of Homeownership Among Vulnerable Families
Lawrence Berger, University of Wisconsin, Madison, J. Michael Collins, University of Wisconsin and Timothy Smeeding, Institute for Research on Poverty

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