Economist's Research Shows Immigrants Weathered Housing Bust Better Than Others


Rutgers University | RU-N Economics Professor Kusum Mundra recently attracted widespread media attention after publishing a surprising study, which found that during the years leading up to the Great Recession and its aftermath, homeownership among immigrants actually climbed while the reverse was true for native-born Americans. We sat down with Mundra to discuss her findings and their implications for the U.S. economy.