What Has Never Happened Before and Is Happening Again: Development and Discrimination in the San Joaquin Valley

Dymski, Gary
September 2006
Berkeley La Raza Law Journal;Fall2006, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p221
Academic Journal
The article presents a research paper which discusses the developments and discrimination practices in San Joaquin Valley, California. According to the author, the paper focuses on one of the market's processes that are shaping the growth of the Valley and the credit market for home-purchase loans. He added that the study also presents results from an empirical examination regarding the existence of racial discrimination in the market.


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