The Continuing Practice and Impact of Discrimination

@inproceedings{Ross2005TheCP,
  title={The Continuing Practice and Impact of Discrimination},
  author={Stephen L. Ross},
  year={2005}
}
This chapter provides a detailed discussion of the evidence on housing and mortgage lending, as well as the potential impacts of such discrimination on minority outcomes like homeownership and neighborhood environment. The paper begins by discussing conceptual issues surrounding empirical analyses of discrimination including explanations for why discrimination takes place, defining different forms of discrimination, and the appropriate interpretation of observed racial and ethnic differences in… CONTINUE READING

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