Grounds for Competition: The Basic Financial Service Infrastructure in Low-Income Neighborhoods

Matt Fellowes
Matt Fellowes Former Brookings Expert, CEO and Founder - United Income

March 17, 2006

In a presentation at the University of Delaware, Matt Fellowes shows how rising immigration and the 1996 welfare reform law have spurred demand for high-cost financial products that hinder wealth building in low-income neighborhoods.

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