Jeffrey Michael

University of the Pacific

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Economist and Director of the Business Forecasting Center at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California

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The San Joaquin Valley City of Stockton got the very worst of the foreclosure crisis. Ten percent of Stockton's families lost their homes, business declined and tax revenues dried up.

As Reality of Bankruptcy Hits, Stockton Grapples with Hard Decisions

The San Joaquin Valley City of Stockton got the very worst of the foreclosure crisis. Ten percent of Stockton's families lost their homes, business declined and tax revenues dried up.

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Earlier this week, we heard that the City of Stockton was into mediation with creditors and public unions, but no agreement was reached in time to avoid bankruptcy.

Stockton Files for Bankruptcy: Who's Next?

Earlier this week, we heard that the City of Stockton was into mediation with creditors and public unions, but no agreement was reached in time to avoid bankruptcy.

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