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2013 Annual Report
The Long-Awaited Housing Recovery
Acknowledgments
 
 

2013 Annual Report
The Long-Awaited Housing Recovery

Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments in PDF


Mine Yücel
Senior Vice President and
Director of Research

John V. Duca
Vice President and
Associate Director of Research

Laurel Brewster
Assistant Vice President,
Public Affairs

Carol Dirks
Publications Director

Michael Weiss
Editor
Video Producer

Jennifer Afflerbach
Associate Editor

Kathy Thacker
Associate Editor

Demere O’Dell
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Jo Phillips
Video Director

Labon Cook
Video Editor

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Ellah Piña
Chart Producer


The author especially thanks Anthony Murphy for his comments and for many coauthored papers from which these essays draw valuable insights. Thanks also to Elizabeth Organ and D’Ann Petersen for comments and suggestions.


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2013 Annual Report
The Long-Awaited Housing Recovery
(Continued from Acknowledgments)

Citation

Entire Report

Suggested citation: Duca, John V. (2014), “The Long-Awaited Housing Recovery,” 2013 Annual Report (Dallas: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, March), www.dallasfed.org/microsites/fed/annual/2013/index.cfm.

Each Individual Essay

Duca, John V. (2014), “Nationally, Housing Recovery Finally Gains Traction” in “The Long-Awaited Housing Recovery,” 2013 Annual Report (Dallas: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, March), www.dallasfed.org/microsites/fed/annual/2013/e1.cfm.

Duca, John V. (2014), “Regionally, Housing Rebound Depends on Jobs, Local Supply Tightness,” in “The Long-Awaited Housing Recovery,” 2013 Annual Report (Dallas: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, March), www.dallasfed.org/microsites/fed/annual/2013/e2.cfm.

Duca, John V. (2014), “What’s Next? Factors Determining the Housing Recovery’s Pace,” in “The Long-Awaited Housing Recovery,” 2013 Annual Report (Dallas: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, March), www.dallasfed.org/microsites/fed/annual/2013/e3.cfm.

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