Central Bank Research Hub - JEL classification K35: Personal Bankruptcy Law

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Insolvency after the 2005 Bankruptcy Reform

New York Fed Staff reports [View] (Paper: 725, 13.04.2015)

JEL: D12, D14, E65, K35

Do Student Loan Borrowers Opportunistically Default? Evidence from Bankruptcy Reform

Philadelphia Fed Working Papers [View] (Paper: 15-17, 08.04.2015)

JEL: D14, G21, I22, K35

Assessing Bankruptcy Reform in a Model with Temptation and Equilibrium Default

Philadelphia Fed Working Papers [View] (Paper: 15-12, 08.04.2015)

JEL: D91, E21, E44, G18, K35

The distribution of debt across euro area countries: the role of individual characteristics, institutions and credit conditions

Deutsche Bundesbank Discussion Papers [View] (Paper: 01/2014, 18.02.2014)

JEL: D14, G21, G28, K35

Did Bankruptcy Reform Cause Mortgage Default Rates to Rise?

Philadelphia Fed Working Papers [View] (Paper: 10-16:, 14.05.2010)

JEL: G01, G21, K35, R21

Household Borrowing after Personal Bankruptcy

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System FEDS series [View] (Paper: 2009-17, 23.05.2009)

JEL: J22, K35

Seismic Effects of the Bankruptcy Reform

New York Fed Staff reports [View] (Paper: 358, 25.11.2008)

JEL: G21, G33, K35

The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act: Means-Testing or Mean Spirited?

New York Fed Staff reports [View] (Paper: 279, 08.03.2007)

JEL: G33, K35

Fresh Start or Head Start? The Effect of Filing for Personal Bankruptcy on the Labor Supply

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System FEDS series [View] (Paper: 2004-28, 06.06.2004)

JEL: D14, J22, K35

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