Esmael Abidi

Director, Chapman University’s Anderson Center for Economic Research

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Director of the Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research at Chapman University in Orange County

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Although the details of the President’s  home mortgage
plan  won’t be released for two weeks, the White House revealed quite a lot
today. We hear more about the plan and how it could…

Foreclosures in Southern California

Although the details of the President’s home mortgage plan won’t be released for two weeks, the White House revealed quite a lot today. We hear more about the plan and how it could…

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