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Housing markets and racial discrimination

a microeconomic analysis

by John F. Kain

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research : distributed by Columbia University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Missouri,
  • Saint Louis Metropolitan Area.,
  • Saint Louis Metropolitan Area
    • Subjects:
    • Discrimination in housing -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Metropolitan Area.,
    • Discrimination in housing -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Metropolitan Area -- Mathematical models.,
    • Housing -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Metropolitan Area -- Mathematical models.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJohn F. Kain ; John M. Quigley.
      SeriesUrban and regional studies ; no. 3, Urban and regional studies (New York) ;, no. 3.
      ContributionsQuigley, John M., 1942-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD7304.S2 K34
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxx, 393 p. :
      Number of Pages393
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5195634M
      ISBN 100870142704
      LC Control Number75017521

        “HUD should acknowledge that Americans’ attention to racial discrimination is more pronounced and expansive,” Michael DeVito, Wells Fargo’s executive vice president for .   We examine trends in racial and ethnic discrimination in U.S. housing and mortgage lending markets through a quantitative review of studies. We code and analyze as a time series results from 16 field experiments of housing discrimination and 19 observational studies of mortgage lending discrimination. Consistent with prior research, we find evidence of a decline in housing discrimination .

        Biden wants to take on racial discrimination in housing If elected, Biden has pledged to help fight the racial housing gap that has resulted in lower homeownership rates (and therefore lower.   8 Books About Housing Inequality in America it is important to understand the history of housing discrimination, which has affected the life chances and well-being of poor minority Americans throughout the history of this country. Trailer parks and mobile homes make up the largest segment of the unassisted affordable housing market in.

      The nation is making real progress in combating housing market discrimination. New estimates from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), based on Urban Institute research, indicate that while discrimination persists against African Americans and Hispanics searching for homes in major metropolitan areas, its incidence has generally declined since When African.   Race and the Housing Bust. From the lender’s perspective, the new system worked well as long as real estate and lending markets remained liquid and housing prices continued to rise, and for a while minority ownership rates rose and everyone involved in securitized lending made good money—the broker who originated the loan, the lender who put up the money, the firm that packaged .


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Housing inequality and segregation was the norm in the 20th century, even if the Fair Housing Act of sought to erase racial discrimination. It continues today. NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with author Richard Rothstein about his new book, The Color of Law, which details how federal housing policies in.

A Theory of Urban Housing Markets and Spatial Structure: John F. Kain, John M. Quigley (p. 9 - 55) (bibliographic info) 3. Racial Discrimination in Urban Housing Markets: John F. Kain, John M. Quigley (p. 56 - 91) (bibliographic info) by: literature on racial discrimination, providing a roadmap for scholars who wish to build on this rich and important tradition.

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In its time, federal fair housing, which entailed the right to be free of racial discrimination in the housing market, was hailed as the crowning achievement of the “rights revolution” of. But the results were consistent with an overall downward trend in recorded racism against Hispanics in the housing market sinceshe added.

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This report of racial discrimination in housing throughout the United States measures the nature and extent of discrimination against blacks in both the sales and rental housing market. The report is based upon the findings of whites and blacks, working in matched pairs, who shopped for housing advertised in the newspapers of forty metropolitan areas.

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Housing Markets & Racial Discrimination: A Microeconomic Analysis (Urban & Regional Studies ; No. Discrimination and bias have absolutely no place in housing.” HUD has a long history of racial discrimination in housing, promoting or supporting “white only” neighborhoods in the not-too.

“Racial Discrimination in the U.S. Housing and Mortgage Lending Markets: A Quantitative Review of Trends, ” was published recently in the journal Race and Social Problems. In addition to Quillian, co-authors include John J.

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In its time, federal fair housing, which entailed the right to be free of racial discrimination in the housing market, was hailed as the crowning achievement of the “rights revolution” of the s. But the effects of “fair housing” have been imperceptible in large swaths of the country, where poor and working-class African Americans.

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current racial and ethnic discrimination in the housing market because whites and minorities differ systematically in employment, income, assets, and debts. Paired testing offers a uniquely effective tool for directly observing differential treatment of equally qualified homeseekers, essentially catching discrimination in the act.

Introduction to "Housing Markets and Racial Discrimination: A Microeconomic Analysis" John F. Kain, John M. Quigley. Chapter in NBER book Housing Markets and Racial Discrimination: A Microeconomic Analysis (), John F.

Kain and John M. Quigley (p. 1 - 8) Published in by NBERCited by: Persistent racial inequality in employment, housing, and a wide range of other social domains has renewed interest in the possible role of discrimination.

And yet, unlike in the pre–civil rights era, when racial prejudice and discrimination were overt and widespread, today discrimination is less readily identifiable, posing problems for social scientific conceptualization and measurement.

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The Center, pointing to specific historical instances of racial discrimination and segregation in the housing finance system, is prevailing on lawmakers to reverse the unabated consequences of.Housing discrimination in the United States began after the abolition of slavery, typically as part of the "Jim Crow laws" that enforced racial federal government began to take action against these laws inwhen the Supreme Court ruled in Buchanan v.

Warley that ordinances prohibiting blacks from occupying or owning buildings in majority-white neighborhoods, and vice versa.sales housing markets, analysis of tester racial and ethnic identifiability, and other protocol design and data analysis challenges.

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