Household financial stability: who suffered the most from the crisis?
William Emmons () and
Bryan J. Noeth
The Regional Economist, 2012, issue Jul
The financial crisis and ensuing recession took a toll on just about everybody’s household wealth. Not surprisingly, the pain wasn’t evenly distributed. Those groups that are usually the most vulnerable in our society—young and middle-aged minority households—suffered the most, percentage-wise.
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