Removing a bankruptcy flag from a credit report has virtually no impact on labor-market outcomes.
Removing a bankruptcy flag from a credit report has no significant effect on labor-market outcomes.
During the Great Recession, low interest rates and stimulus programs encouraged banks to offer borrowers more credit, but most of it went to the consumers who needed it least—and for whom it had the smallest impact on spending.
Obamacare provides a broad framework for universal health insurance, and its long-term success depends on a partnership between the government and private insurers. But is that a wise or a doomed compromise?