The Black-White Price Differential in Housing: Some Further Evidence
AbstractAre housing prices lower in neighborhoods with high concentrations of black residents? If so, is this relationship evidence of pure discrimination, or can it be explained by considering nonracial neighborhood traits? These questions derive their ...
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