Prior to joining Marquette University Anthony was a Senior Economist in the Research Division at The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis where he organized a conference on Federal Government liabilities and lead research subprime lending in the mortgage markets and related predatory lending issues. While living in Washington, D.C., Anthony was a Senior Economist at the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight in the Office of Policy and Research and the Director of Research at the Research Institute for Housing America (RIHA) a research organization devoted to extending home ownership to all Americans. His responsibilities included conducting housing related research, defining a research program for RIHA, soliciting grant applications, and managing research projects. Other activities include helping to organize an annual conference as well as editing and writing for the institute’s newsletter.
The Duration of Foreclosures in the Subprime Mortgage Market: A Competing Risks Model with Mixing (forthcoming), Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics (2009)
The Termination of Subprime Hybrid and Fixed Rate Mortgages (forthcoming) (with Giang Ho), Real Estate Economics (2009)
Contributions to Books
The Impact of State Anti-Predatory Lending Laws: Implications and Insights (with Raphael W. Bostic, Kathleen C. Engel, Patricia A. McCoy, and Susan M. Wachter), Understanding Consumer Credit (2008)