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Jermaine Toney Receives Fellowship to Study Effects of Redlining

Dr. Toney spend the 2023-24 academic year conducting research at the NBER’s Cambridge office, where he will devote his time understand the impact of historic anti-black practices on the current behavior of credit facilities through home mortgage loan denial.

Can millennials afford a house without family help?

The American dream has become too expensive: Most millennials want to own a home one day, but they sure can’t afford one now. During the pandemic, housing prices have climbed, with the nationwide increase moderating to 2.6% year over year in...

Research: Generational wealth matters

Income at life events represents the many ways that generational wealth can drive the contrast in incomes between white and Black households.

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Bloustein Honors Research Program Poster Session

Bloustein School, Civic Square Building 33 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ, United States

The members of the 2023-24 Bloustein Honors Research Program cohort will be presenting their individual research projects in two formats.

Korea Development Institute Policy Paper Presentations

Bloustein School, Civic Square Building 33 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ, United States

All members of the Bloustein community are invited to the final presentation of policy papers by our Korea Development Institute students. Faculty, staff, and students are all welcome to attend.  Light […]