The Broken Trailer Fallacy: Seeing the Unseen Effects of Government Policies in Post-Katrina New Orleans

@inproceedings{Stringham2008TheBT,
  title={The Broken Trailer Fallacy: Seeing the Unseen Effects of Government Policies in Post-Katrina New Orleans},
  author={E. Stringham and Nicholas A. Snow},
  year={2008}
}
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to analyze some of the unseen negative effects of the post-Katrina government policies dealing with housing in New Orleans. Design/methodology/approach – Since Hurricane Katrina, the government, along with private for profit and not-for-profit organizations, has worked to rebuild the city of New Orleans. This effort is most evident in the response to the housing crisis that followed the storm. The government has spent billions of dollars and brought… Expand

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