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2013 Annual Report
The Long-Awaited Housing Recovery
References
 
 

2013 Annual Report
The Long-Awaited Housing Recovery

References

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  • Anundsen, André Kallåk, and Christian Heebøll (2013), “Supply Restrictions, Subprime Lending and Regional U.S. Housing Prices” (Paper presented at “Housing, Stability and the Macroeconomy: International Perspectives” conference, Dallas, November 14–15).
  • Benson, Clea (2013), “Eased Mortgage-Risk Rule to Be Proposed by U.S. Agencies,” Bloomberg News, August 28, 2013, www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-08-28/eased-mortgage-risk-rule-to-be-proposed-by-u-s-agencies-today.html.
  • Brown, Meta, and Sydnee Caldwell (2013), “Young Student Loan Borrowers Retreat From Housing and Auto Markets,” Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Liberty Street Economics (blog), April 17, 2013, http://libertystreeteconomics.newyorkfed.org/2013/04/young-student-loan-borrowers-retreat-from-housing-and-auto-markets.html.
  • Case, Karl E., Robert J. Shiller, and Anne K. Thompson (2012), “What Have They Been Thinking? Homebuying Behavior in Hot and Cold Markets,” Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Fall, 265–98.
  • CoreLogic (2013), The Market Pulse 2 (11).
  • Davis, Andrew (2013), “U.S. Job Worries Include Quality,” Moody’s Analytics, September 10, www.economy.com/dismal/pro/article.asp?cid=242507.
  • DiMartino, Danielle, and John V. Duca (2007), “The Rise and Fall of Subprime Mortgages,” Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Economic Letter, no. 11, www.dallasfed.org/assets/documents/research/eclett/2007/el0711.pdf.
  • Duca, John V. (2013a), “Subprime Mortgage Crisis,” Federal Reserve History Web Gateway essay, November 2013, www.federalreservehistory.org/Events/DetailView/55.
  • ——— (2013b), “Will the Kids Move Out?” (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, unpublished paper).
  • Duca, John V., David Luttrell, and Anthony Murphy (2011), “When Will the U.S. Housing Market Stabilize?” Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Economic Letter, no. 8, www.dallasfed.org/assets/documents/research/eclett/2011/el1108.pdf.
  • Duca, John V., John Muellbauer, and Anthony Murphy (2010), “Housing Markets and the Financial Crisis of 2007–2009: Lessons for the Future,” Journal of Financial Stability 6 (4): 203-17.
  • ——— (2011), “House Prices and Credit Constraints: Making Sense of the U.S. Experience,” Economic Journal 121 (552): 533–51.
  • ——— (2013), “Shifting Credit Standards and the Boom and Bust in U.S. House Prices: Time Series Evidence From the Past Three Decades,” unpublished paper.
  • Duca, John V., and Stuart S. Rosenthal (1994), “Borrowing Constraints and Access to Owner-Occupied Housing, Regional Science and Urban Economics 24 (3): 301–22.
2013 Annual Report
The Long-Awaited Housing Recovery
(Continued from References)
  • Dunne, Timothy (2012), “Household Formation and the Great Recession,” Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Economic Commentary, August 23, 2012, www.clevelandfed.org/research/commentary/2012/2012-12.cfm.
  • Glaeser, Edward L., Joseph Gyourko, and Albert Saiz (2008), “Housing Supply and Housing Bubbles,” Journal of Urban Economics 64 (2): 198–217.
  • Goodman, Allen C., and Thomas G. Thibodeau (2008), “Where Are the Speculative Bubbles in U.S. Housing Markets?” Journal of Housing Economics 17 (2): 117–37.
  • Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University (2013), “The State of the Nation’s Housing 2013” (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University).
  • Paciorek, Andrew (2013), “The Long and the Short of Household Formation,” Finance and Economics Discussion Series Working Paper no. 2013–26 (Washington, D.C., Federal Reserve Board, April), www.federalreserve.gov/pubs/feds/2013/201326/201326abs.html.
  • Saiz, Albert (2010), “The Geographic Determinants of Housing Supply,” Quarterly Journal of Economics 125 (3): 1253–96.
  • Yellen, Janet L. (2013), “A Painfully Slow Recovery for America’s Workers: Causes, Implications, and the Federal Reserve’s Response” (Speech at “A Trans–Atlantic Agenda for Shared Prosperity” conference, Washington, D.C., February 11, 2013), www.federalreserve.gov/newsevents/speech/yellen20130211a.htm.
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