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Financial Regulation and the Economic Security of Low-Income Households

On October 14, 2010, Karen Dynan made a presentation for the Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison seminar series “Instability in the Lives of the Poor: How Policy Helps or Hurts.”

Dynan discussed trends in household credit use both broadly and for low-income households, how household credit is related to economic security, and how the Dodd-Frank financial regulatory controls present new challenges in the consumer credit market.

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Karen Dynan

Professor of the Practice of Economics - Harvard University

Nonresident Senior Fellow - Peterson Institute for International Economics

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