Why did young families lose so much wealth during the crisis? the role of homeownership
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- William R. Emmons & Bryan J. Noeth, 2012. "Household financial stability: who suffered the most from the crisis?," The Regional Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, issue Jul.
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KeywordsHome ownership - United States; Wealth;
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