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Journal of Banking and Finance, ISSN 0378-4266, 11/2016, Volume 72, pp. S148 - S171
This paper investigates whether bank integration measured by cross-border bank flows can capture the co-movements across housing markets in developed countries... 
Dynamic spatial panel model | House prices | Mortgage market development | Global banking channel | Bank capital flows | Bank integration | GLOBAL BANKS | PRICES | RETURNS | MONETARY-POLICY | FINANCIAL CRISES | SHOCKS EVIDENCE | BUSINESS, FINANCE | TRANSMISSION | CAPITAL INFLOWS | ECONOMICS | US | CONSUMPTION | Foreign investments | Bank loans | Banks (Finance) | International economic integration | Mortgages
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2009, ISBN 9780465018802, vii, 184
Explains how we got into the current economic disaster that developed out of the economics and politics of the housing boom and bust. The "creative" financing... 
Prices | Secondary mortgage market | Financial crises | Housing | Subprime mortgage loans
Book
2008, New ed., ISBN 0691139296, x, 196
The subprime mortgage crisis has already wreaked havoc on the lives of millions of people and now it threatens to derail the U.S. economy and economies around... 
Real estate investment | Secondary mortgage market | Financial crises | Subprime mortgage loans | Finance & Accounting | Economics | Mortgage loans | Finance | Banks & Banking | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS | Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009
Book
Journal of Financial Economics, ISSN 0304-405X, 04/2019, Volume 132, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 25
A central result in the theory of adverse selection in asset markets is that informed sellers can signal quality and obtain higher prices by delaying trade.... 
Asymmetric information | Signaling | Mortgage markets | ASYMMETRIES | BUSINESS, FINANCE | SECURITIES | GAMES | RATINGS | ECONOMICS | MODEL | SKIN | ADVERSE SELECTION | Mortgage-backed securities | Business schools | Research institutes | Conferences and conventions | Prices | Markets | Asset management | Securities | Mortgages | Securities markets
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The Journal of economic perspectives, ISSN 0895-3309, 2011, Volume 25, Issue 1, pp. 91 - 114
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Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, ISSN 0022-2879, 10/2016, Volume 48, Issue 7, pp. 1397 - 1438
We analyze a model of mortgage markets, housing tenure choice, heterogeneous agents, and default with closed form solutions. We uncover new insights which may... 
R21 | extensive margin | R38 | homeownership | G21 | loan‐to‐value | mortgage markets | G28 | collateral | G18 | loan-to-value | STATES | PRICES | MONETARY-POLICY | MODEL | DEBT | BUSINESS, FINANCE | MORTGAGE DEFAULT | ECONOMICS | Economic aspects | Secondary mortgage market
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Arab Law Quarterly, ISSN 0268-0556, 12/2019, Volume 33, Issue 1, pp. 81 - 98
Abstract This article intends to present the significance of mortgage financing in emerging markets and explain how mortgage financing affects positively the... 
Foreclosure | Finance law | Mortgage market | Mortgage | Real estate
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Area, ISSN 1475-4762, 2009, Volume 41, Issue 1, pp. 34 - 42
Real estate is, by definition, local as it is spatially fixed. Mortgage lending, however, has developed from a local to a national market and is increasingly a... 
credit crunch | predatory lending | regulation | globalization | mortgage market | financial centre | subprime crisis | securitization | Geography | Predatory lending | Mortgage loans | Economic crises | Subprime loans | Wall Street | Lenders | Cities | Housing | Foreclosures | Securitization | Financial centre | Subprime crisis | Globalization | Regulation | Credit crunch | Mortgage market | GEOGRAPHY | Geographers
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The Sociological review (Keele), ISSN 1467-954X, 2017, Volume 65, Issue 3, pp. 448 - 462
This article concerns the temporality of debt. Against the claim that the society of debt has emptied out futures via the elevation of the promise to pay to a... 
Securitization | Money | Time | Debt | Futures | Speculation | speculation | money | MORTGAGE MARKET | CRISIS | INNOVATION | time | futures | FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES | debt | LABOR | securitization | SOCIOLOGY | Mortgage backed securities | Temporal aspects | Emptying | Economic conditions | Debts | Futures (of Society) | Accumulation
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Journal of housing economics, ISSN 1051-1377, 2017, Volume 37, pp. 1 - 21
This paper investigates how monetary policy stance and mortgage market structure affect non-fundamental house price movements in eleven Euro area countries.... 
House prices | Mortgage market structure | Non-fundamental house price | Taylor rate | LIQUIDITY | BANKING | PRICES | URBAN STUDIES | CAPITAL INFLOWS | DYNAMICS | INTEREST-RATES | ECONOMICS | Mortgages | Real estate industry
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International journal of urban and regional research, ISSN 1468-2427, 2009, Volume 33, Issue 2, pp. 355 - 371
Since the classic work of Henri Lefebvre and David Harvey, the ‘secondary circuit of capital’ has been a focal point for debate among critical urban scholars.... 
mortgage markets | subprime crisis | real estate | Subprime crisis | Mortgage markets | Real estate | UNITED-STATES | URBAN STUDIES | GEOGRAPHIES | REAL-ESTATE SECTOR | HOME | GEOGRAPHY | PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT | Secondary market | Subprime loans | Mortgages | Liquidity (Finance) | Securitization | Government agencies | Subprime lending | Liquidity | Regulation of financial institutions | Economic policy | Economic crisis
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Urban geography, ISSN 1938-2847, 2013, Volume 29, Issue 8, pp. 745 - 784
In 2008, there will be at least 2.5 million new foreclosures in the United States. Record levels of mortgage delinquency, default, and foreclosure are causing... 
subprime lending | urban policy | foreclosure | housing | Foreclosure | Housing | Subprime lending | Urban policy | CHICAGO | WALL-STREET | DISCLOSURE | URBAN STUDIES | DISCRIMINATION | RACE | MORTGAGE MARKET | SEGMENTATION | NEIGHBORHOOD | HOME | GEOGRAPHY | Foreclosures
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2008, 1, The Frank J. Fabozzi series, ISBN 9780470243664, xvi, 334
Mortgage credit derivatives are a risky business, especially of late. Written by an expert author team of UBS practitioners-Laurie Goodman, Shumin Li, Douglas... 
Secondary mortgage market | Subprime mortgage loans | Finance & Accounting | United States | Statistics | Business
Book
The Journal of economic perspectives, ISSN 0895-3309, 2009, Volume 23, Issue 1, pp. 77 - 100
The financial market turmoil in 2007 and 2008 has led to the most severe financial crisis since the Great Depression and threatens to have large repercussions... 
Bank assets | Investment risk | Mortgage loans | Investors | Bank loans | Federal Reserve Bank | Symposium: Early Stages of the Credit Crunch | Liquidity | Bank liquidity | Investment banking | Credit risk | LIMITS | BANKING | MARKETS | EQUILIBRIUM | RISK | ARBITRAGE | ECONOMICS | DEBT | RUNS | The financial market turmoil in 2007 and 2008 has led to the most severe financial crisis since the Great Depression and threatens to have large repercussions on the real economy. The bursting of the housing bubble forced banks to write down several hundred billion dollars in bad loans caused by mortgage delinquencies. At the same time, the stock market capitalization of the major banks declined by more than twice as much. While the overall mortgage losses are large on an absolute scale, they are still relatively modest compared to the $8 trillion of US stock market wealth lost between October 2007, when the stock market reached an all-time high, and October 2008. This paper attempts to explain the economic mechanisms that caused losses in the mortgage market to amplify into such large dislocations and turmoil in the financial markets, and describes common economic threads that explain the plethora of market declines, liquidity dry-ups, defaults, and bailouts that occurred after the crisis broke in summer 2007 | Forecasts and trends | Stock markets | Analysis | United States economic conditions | Liquidity (Finance) | Studies | Delinquency | Securities markets | Default | Mortgages | Economic crisis
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Economy and Society, ISSN 0308-5147, 04/2018, Volume 47, Issue 2, pp. 280 - 312
Existing accounts of failure to predict the financial crisis focus on the complexity of the financial system, and are less useful for understanding crises in... 
mortgage markets | foreign-currency lending | financial crisis | expectations | Hungary | future | WELFARE | POLITICAL-ECONOMY | GEOGRAPHIES | OBJECTS | WALL-STREET | CAPITALISM | EMERGING MARKETS | ECONOMICS | UNION | DEFAULT | SOCIOLOGY | Loans | Legislators | Uncertainty | Pragmatism | Catching | Markets | Optimism | Convergence | Narratives | Economic theory | Foreign exchange rates | Archival research | Economic crisis | Indebtedness
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