MortgageServicerResponse
Research Report | September 14, 2009
Mortgage Servicer Response to Borrowers in Crisis: A Report From the Front Lines
David Andrew Smith, Louis Perwien, Janneke Ratcliffe

Telenovela
Published Article | Summer 2009
The Bold and the Bankable: Telenovela and Financial Education
Community Investments
Jonathan Spader, Janneke Ratcliffe, Jorge Montoya, Peter Skillern

RiskyBorrowersRiskyMortgages
Presentation | April 16, 2009
Risky Borrowers or Risky Mortgages
Federal Reserve Community Affairs Research Conference, Washington, D.C.

Janneke Ratcliffe

Increasing.Inequality
Working Paper | April 2009
Increasing Inequality: The Role of American Household Indebtedness Between 1989-2004
Allison Freeman, Janneke Ratcliffe

Ratcliffe-MBAServicing
Presentation | February 19, 2009
Seeking Solutions to the Mortgage Dilemma
MBA's National Mortgage Servicing Conference & Expo, Tampa, Fla.
Janneke Ratcliffe

JournalofConsumerAffairs
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | Spring 2009
The Bold and the Bankable: How the Nuestro Barrio Telenovela Reaches Latino Immigrants with Financial Education
The Journal of Consumer Affairs
Jonathan Spader, Janneke Ratcliffe, Peter Skillern, Jorge Montoya

RevistingCRA
Published Article | February 2009
The Community Reinvestment Act: Outstanding, and Needs to Improve
Revisiting the CRA: Perspectives on the Future of the Community Reinvestment Act
Roberto G. Quercia, Janneke Ratcliffe, Michael A. Stegman

IncreasingAccessCapital
Published Article | 2009
Increasing Access to Capital
Community Development Investment Review
Janneke Ratcliffe, Lisa A. Hagerman

CDFIHORole
Working Paper | October 17, 2008
The Role of Community Development Financial Institutions in Home Ownership Finance
Sarah Wolff, Janneke Ratcliffe, Phillip Bush, Lei Ding

NationalResearchSymposiumPriorities
Research Report | October 2008
National Research Priorities for Financial Literacy and Education
Results of the National Research Symposium on Financial Literacy and Education
Janneke Ratcliffe, National Research Symposium on Financial Literacy

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