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Welcome to Ethan Cohen-Cole

posted by Katie Porter

Credit Slips welcomes Ethan Cohen-Cole. He is an Assistant Professor at the Robert H. Smith College of Business at the University of Maryland--College Park. Previously, he was a research economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. He has done very interesting research on consumer credit, including work on access to credit after bankruptcy and redlining in credit card markets. You can review and download his research papers here. Prof. Cohen-Cole also studies banking regulation. We look forward to his posts, and your comments on them. 


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