Panel: The Impact Of The Recession On Neighborhoods, Home Ownership, and Living Arrangements
(Social Investment)

Saturday, November 9, 2013: 9:45 AM-11:15 AM
DuPont Ballroom F (Washington Marriott)

*Names in bold indicate Presenter

Panel Chairs:  John Trutko, Capital Research Corporation
Discussants:  Randall Eberts, W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
How Did the Housing & Labor Market Crises Affect Living Arrangements?
Anne Winkler, University of Missouri, St. Louis

Is Timing Everything? Race, Homeownership, and Net Worth in the Tumultuous 2000s
Sandra Newman and C. Scott Holupka, Johns Hopkins University

Variation in the Impact of Foreclosures On Neighborhood Crime: Evidence From Atlanta, Chicago, Miami, New York, and Philadelphia
Ingrid Ellen1, Johanna Lacoe2 and Amy Ellen Schwartz1, (1)New York University, (2)University of Southern California

Spillover Effects of Foreclosures Within Schools On Student Academic Performance
Katharine Bradbury, Mary A. Burke and Robert K. Triest, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

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