July 9, 2009
The Washington Post staff share their picks for reading around the Web.
University of Chicago | This study draws a few conclusions about why some people walk away from their homes if they are underwater on their mortgage, a topic long discussed in housing circles.
N.Y. Fed | Most explanations for why the housing bubble emerged rest on the explosion in availability of credit. New York Fed researchers have come up with an alternate theory.
Vanity Fair | Michael Lewis explains how AIG Financial Products came to almost bring down the entire financial system.
July 9, 2009; 9:35 AM ET
Categories: Neil Irwin's Must Reads
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