Mark R. Lindblad

Mark Lindblad's work connects the psychological, social and legal factors that influence consumer financial decision making. His research examines how financially constrained households manage debt.


Community Advantage Panel Survey Update 2015
Technical Report | February 2015
Community Advantage Panel Survey: Data Collection Update of Panel Attrition

HousingPolicyDebate
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | October 16, 2014
Why Is Homeownership Associated With Nonfinancial Benefits? A Path Analysis of Competing Mechanisms
Housing Policy Debate

Attrition Analysis March 2014
Technical Report | March 2014
Community Advantage Panel Survey: Data Collection Update and Analysis of Panel Attrition

Harvard Symposium - Lindblad, Rohe
Working Paper | August 2013
Reexamining the Social Benefits of Homeownership after the Housing Crisis
Harvard Business School National Housing Symposium
William M. Rohe, Mark R. Lindblad

LindbladUAA
Presentation | April 15, 2013
Evicted: Household Effects of Home Foreclosure Starts and Sales
Urban Affairs Association 43rd conference, San Francisco, Calif.

CAPSUpdate2013
Technical Report | February 2013
Community Advantage Panel Survey: Data Collection Update and Analysis of Panel Attrition

SavetheHome
Presentation | November 10, 2012
Save the Home? Bankruptcy Decisions of Homeowners in Foreclosure
2012 Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Fall Research Conference, Baltimore, Md.

UARSep2012
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | September 2012
Homeownership and Civic Engagement in Low-Income Urban Neighborhoods A Longitudinal Analysis
Urban Affairs Review

AJCP_4-12
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | April 2012
Sense of Community and Informal Social Control Among Lower Income Households: The Role of Homeownership and Collective Efficacy in Reducing Subjective Neighborhood Crime and Disorder
American Journal of Community Psychology

CAPSUpdate2012
Technical Report | February 2012
Community Advantage Panel Survey: Data Collection Update and Analysis of Panel Attrition

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