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When unexpected income loss or expenses result in forced moves and evictions, the costs are sizable both to renters and to society as a whole, writes Ingrid Gould Ellen, Katherine O’Regan and Amy Ganz

When unexpected income loss or expenses result in forced moves and evictions, the costs are sizable both to renters and to society as a whole, writes Ingrid Gould Ellen, Katherine O’Regan and Amy Ganz

When unexpected income loss or expenses result in forced moves and evictions, the costs are sizable both to renters and to society as a whole, writes Ingrid Gould Ellen, Katherine O’Regan and Amy Ganz

From Ingrid Gould Ellen, Katherine O’Regan and Amy Ganz: How to save thousands of Americans from losing their homes

"Blacks and Latinos are disturbingly vulnerable, just as they were in the last housing crisis. " - Ingrid Gould Ellen, @FurmanCenterNYU 

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"The impact (of #COVID19  ) has been particularly devastating to renters. " - Ingrid Gould Ellen, Faculty Director, @FurmanCenterNYU 

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@FurmanCenterNYU  Sheltering in place is easier for some than others, experts say. "Workers with college degrees are far more able to work remotely and therefore more safely shelter in place, " @FurmanCenterNYU 's Ingrid Gould Ellen says.

#Gentrification And The Health Of Low-Income Children In #NYC  by Kacie L. Dragan, Ingrid Gould Ellen, and Sherry A. Glied.

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Ingrid Gould Ellen asked a question about this that drove our reporting: Which of these 2 processes is more likely to lead to stable diversity over time? Whites moving into minority nabes, or minorities moving into white nabes? How are these processes different?

Ingrid Gould Ellen at Philadelphia Fed Policy Forum discusses impacts of violence & of housing vouchers on children's outcomes: #philfedforum 

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