Presentation | September 15, 2011
Personal Bankrutpcy Decisions of Lower-Income Homeowners
FDIC Consumer Research Symposium
Mark R. Lindblad, Roberto G. Quercia, Tianji Cai, Melissa Jacoby

Presentation | September 1, 2011
The Decision to Own: Smart Leverage or Unnecessary Risk
Federal Reserve Board Forum on The Housing Market Going Forward

Presentation | July 21, 2011
Panel Discussion: “Housing Finance Reform: Proposals, Policy and Politics”
Fixed Income Forum 2011 Senior Delegates Roundtable, Park City, Utah
Janneke Ratcliffe

Presentation | June 9, 2011
Low-Income Homeownership During the Financial Crisis: Perceived Stress & User Costs
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Policy Summit, Cleveland, Ohio
Kim Manturuk, Hong Yu Ru

Presentation | May 30, 2011
The Aftermath of the U.S. Financial Crisis: Implications for Affordable Housing Finance
Peking University, Symposium on Urban and Regional Planning and Management

Presentation | May 12, 2011
Rebuilding the American Dream: Homeownership after the Great Recession
Homeownership Symposium hosted by Ford Foundation, Habitat for Humanity and Hearst Foundations
Janneke Ratcliffe

Presentation | March 17, 2011
The New Economic & Social Realities of Urban Homeownership
Urban Affairs Association Conference, New Orleans, La.
Kim Manturuk, Mark R. Lindblad, Clinton C. Key

Presentation | March 16, 2011
The Many Roads to Foreclosure, NC
Working Group Meeting on Economic Development, Office of Economic & Business Development, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Roberto G. Quercia, Kevin A. Park

Presentation | March 1, 2011
Sustainable CRA Lending
FDIC forum on Restoring Responsible Low- and Moderate-Income Mortgage Lending, Washington, D.C.

Presentation | February 9, 2011
Mortgage Default and Local Unemployment Implications for the Hardest Hit Fund
Center for Urban and Regional Studies Research Seminar, Unversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, N.C.
Roberto G. Quercia, Chao Yue Tian

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