Discrimination in urban credit markets: What we don't know and why we don't know it

@inproceedings{Wienk1992DiscriminationIU,
  title={Discrimination in urban credit markets: What we don't know and why we don't know it},
  author={Ronald E. Wienk},
  year={1992}
}
Abstract Research on discrimination in housing credit has focused primarily on the outcomes of a complex process in which many parties play a role. The lender— or prospective lender—is only one party in the process that results in decisions by individuals and households to buy homes and finance their purchases. To focus solely on lenders would make it difficult to measure the nature and extent of discrimination and its effects on housing outcomes. After discussing limitations of housing credit… CONTINUE READING