How not to help distressed mortgage borrowers: Evidence from the Great Recession in the United States

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  • How not to help distressed mortgage borrowers: Evidence from the Great Recession in the United States
    How not to help distressed mortgage borrowers: Evidence from the Great Recession in the United States
    The federal government has been criticized by many for failing to provide adequate assistance to U.S. homeowners who were financially devastated by the housing crisis and subsequent Great Recession and its aftermath in the late 2000s. New evidence suggests that even when assistance was given, it was poorly designed […]
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