Lauren Lambie-Hanson

Senior Specialist
Risk Assessment, Data Analysis and Research Group
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

lslambiehanson@alum.mit.edu
(215) 574-6025
Full CV

Research

Interests: residential mortgage lending, foreclosure alternatives and community impacts, housing affordability, tenure choice and tenure conversion, housing maintenance and investments

Recent Papers and Work in Progress
  • When Does Delinquency Result in Neglect?  Mortgage Distress and Property Maintenance (updated version coming soon).  Previous version: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Public Policy Discussion Paper No. 13-1.
  • Agency and Incentives: Vertical Integration in the Mortgage Foreclosure Industry, with Tim Lambie-Hanson
  • Exploring Geographic Concentration and Recent Growth in the VA Home Loan Guaranty Program, with Kerry Spitzer.
  • The Home Maintenance Decisions of Older Adults, with Jaclene Begley.

Peer-Reviewed Publications


Book Chapters and Other Publications

Grants
  • 2011 Lincoln Institute of Land Policy C. Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellowship ($10,000)
  • 2011 MIT School of Architecture and Planning Horowitz Student Research Fund award ($2,000)



Education
  • Ph.D. (June 2013), Urban and Regional Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
    Committee: William C. Wheaton (chair), Lynn M. Fisher, Paul S. Willen
  • Master of Public Policy (May 2008), Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley
  • B.A. (May 2006), Political Science, Urban Practice and Policy, University of Richmond
    summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa

Teaching

Experience

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Teaching Assistant
    Department of Urban Studies and Planning
  • 11.202 Gateway: Planning Economics (MCP core course)
  • 11.203 Microeconomics (MCP core course)
  • 11.220 Quantitative Reasoning and Statistical Methods for Planning (MCP core course)
  • 11.THG Thesis Preparation (research design course for master of city planning students)
    University of California, Berkeley, Graduate Student Instructor
  • Economics 1: Introduction to Economics (undergraduate level)
  • Political Science 3: Empirical Analysis and Quantitative Methods (undergraduate level)

Awards

  • 2011 MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning Outstanding Ph.D. Teaching Assistant
  • 2011 MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning nominee for Institute-wide Goodwin Medal for conspicuously effective teaching


Personal
U.S. Citizen
Maiden name: Skiles