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Breaking the housing crisis cycle


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A plan for breaking the housing crisis cycle is emerging from the epicenter of the nation’s foreclosure meltdown. In its just-released annual report, the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is calling for a multi-faceted approach that aims to address the interconnected problems that have led to too many Americans losing their homes and too many neighborhoods falling into disrepair.

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  • anonymous, 2008. "Breaking the housing crisis cycle," Annual Report, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, pages 6-21.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedcar:y:2008:p:6-21

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    1. Matt Andrews, 2013. "Going Beyond Heroic-Leaders in Development," CID Working Papers 261, Center for International Development at Harvard University.


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