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Chatterjee, S., & Zahirovic-Herbert, V. (2011). Homeownership and housing equity: An examination of native-immigrant differences in housing wealth. International Advances in Economic Research, 17(2), 211-223.
Jordan, J., Anil, B., & Zahirovic-Herbert, V. (2011). Housing uncertainty and childhood impatience. Urban Education, 46(5), 1169-1187.
Carswell, A. T. (2009). Does housing counseling change consumer financial behaviors? Evidence from Philadelphia. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 30(4), 339-356.
Carswell, A. T., James, R. N., III, & Mimura, Y. (2009). Examining the connection between housing counseling practices and long-term neighborhood and housing satisfaction. Journal of the Community Development Society, 40(1), 37-53. [Note: this journal has since been renamed “Community Development”]
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Jordan, J., Zahirovic-Herbert, V., Chatterjee, S., & Anil, B. Why do dropouts happen? Exploring education, homeownership, and poverty. University of Georgia Research Foundation Poverty Grant. 11/2007 - 12/2008. $19,321.
Rupured, M. Consumer Financial Literacy Program for Southwest Georgia Housing Development Corporation. USDA Rural Development Rural Community Development Initiative. 07/01/2004. $400,000.
Rupured, M., & Howard, L. Consumer Financial Literacy Program, Dalton-Whitfield. Dalton-Whitfield City-County Government. 07/01/2004. $28,330.
Rupured, M. Consumer Financial Literacy Program. Georgia Governor’s Office of Consumer Affairs. 07/1/2004 - 06/30/2005. $500,000; 07/1/2002 - 06/30/2004. $500,000; 07/1/2002 - 06/30/2003. $279,000.