How Debt-Ridden Housing Holds Back U.S. Recovery: Mian and SufiAtif Mian and Amir Sufi
March 1 (Bloomberg) -- There is an emerging consensus that housing is weighing down the U.S. economy. The Federal Reserve’s housing white paper in January declared that “ongoing problems in the U.S. market continue to impede the economic recovery.” The 2012 Economic Report of the President argued that “declines in housing wealth can have a far greater effect on the economy than equivalent losses in other financial assets.”
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