Subprime cities : the political economy of mortgage markets /
"Subprime Cities: The Political Economy of Mortgage Markets presents a collection of works from social scientists that offer important insights into what is happening in today's mortgage market including the causes, effects, and aftermath of the 'subprime' mortgage crisis"--
Chichester, West Sussex ; Malden, MA :
|Series:||Studies in urban and social change.
- Subprime cities and the twin crises / Manuel B. Aalbers
- Creating liquidity out of spatial fixity: the secondary circuit of capital and the restructuring of the US housing finance system / Kevin Fox Gotham
- Finance and the state in the housing bubble / Herman Schwartz
- Expanding the terrain for global capital: when local housing becomes an electronic instrument / Saskia Sassen
- Building new markets: transferring securitization, bond-rating, and a crisis from the US to the UK / Thomas Wainwright
- European mortgage markets before and after the financial crisis / Manuel B. Aalbers
- The reinvention of banking and the subprime crisis: on the origins of subprime loans, and how economists missed the crisis / Gary A. Dymski
- Redlining revisited: mortgage lending patterns in Sacramento 1930-2004 / Jesus Hernandez
- The new economy and the city: foreclosures in Essex County New Jersey / Kathe Newman
- Race, class, and rent in America's subprime cities / Elvin Wyly, Markus Moos, and Daniel J. Hammel
- Subprime crisis and urban problematic / Gary A. Dymski.