September 10, 2013

Bankrupt: Lessons from the Detroit Fiscal Crisis

past event


A discussion on Detroit’s unprecedented municipal bankruptcy and its implications for urban finance, pensions, and the future of American cities. Speakers included Gilles Duranton, Professor of Real Estate and Chair of Real Estate Department, Wharton School; Robert P. Inman, Richard K. Mellon Professor of Finance, Economics, and Public Policy, Wharton School; Jeremy Nowak, President of J Nowak and Associates, LLC and chair of the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia; and Thomas J. Sugrue, David Boies Professor of History and Sociology and Director of the Penn’s SSPF. Moderated by Susan M. Wachter Co-Director of Penn IUR

Bankrupt: Lessons from Detroit’s Fiscal Crisis from Penn IUR on Vimeo.


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