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Strategies and Challenges in Feeding Out-of-School Students

校外学生喂养的策略与挑战

【作       者】:

乔纳森·施瓦比什、内森·乔、伊莱恩·韦克斯曼、娜塔莉·斯皮瓦...

【机       构】: 城市研究所
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【原文地址】: https://www.urban.org/research/publication/avoiding-covid-19-disaster-renters-and-housing-market
【发表时间】:

2020-04-21

摘要

America’s 44 million renter households are, in general, more vulnerable than America’s 78 million homeowner households to the income disruption that stay-at-home policies and mass layoffs will impose during the COVID-19 crisis. Accordingly, policymakers need to act now to create a national rental assistance program that will provide direct rental payments to renters, either in rental voucher form that cannot be misused for less critical purposes or directly to property owners. This brief examines the consequences of not helping renters, the assistance that has already been provided through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and other relief measures, discuss what more is needed, and size the maximum amount of relief that may be necessary. The actual relief needed is likely to be less, as we would propose the program incorporate a maximum rent cut-off, require hardship as a condition (albeit with light documentation) and specify that hardship must take into account payments received by the borrower under other components of the CARES Act.

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