Blackburn, M., & Vermilyea, T. (2006). A comparison of unexplained racial disparities in bank-level and market-level models of mortgage lending. Journal of Financial Services Research, 29, 125–147.
Blau, F., & Kahn, L. M. (2000). Gender differences in pay. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 14, 75–99.
Charles, K., & Hurst, E. (2002). The transition to home ownership and the black-white wealth gap. Review of Economics and Statistics, 84(2), 281–297.
Charles, K., Hurst, E., & Stephens, M. (2008). Rates for vehicle loans: Race and loan source. American Economic Review, May, Papers and Proceedings, 315–320.
Courchane, M. (2007). The pricing of home mortgage loans to minority borrowers: how much of the APR differential can we explain? Journal of Real Estate Research, 29(4), 399–439.
Fishbein, A., & Woodall, P. (2006). Woman are prime targets for subprime lending: Women are disproportionately represented in high-cost mortgage market. Working Paper, Consumer Federation of America.
Goldberg, P. (1996). Price discrimination in new car purchases: evidence from the consumer expenditure survey. Journal of Political Economy, 104, 622–654.
Holmes, A., & Horvitz, P. (1994). Mortgage redlining: race, risk, and demand. Journal of Finance, 49(1), 81–99.
Lusardi, A., & Mitchell, O. (2006). Financial literacy and planning: Implications for retirement wellbeing. Pension Research Council Working Paper WP2006–01.
Lusardi, A., & Mitchell, O. (2008). Planning and financial literacy: How do woman fare? American Economic Review, May, Papers and Proceedings, 413–417.
Munnell, A., Tootell, G., Browne, L., & McEneaey, J. (1996). Mortgage lending in Boston: Interpreting HMDA data. American Economic Review, March 25–53.
Niederle, M., & Vesterlund, L. (2007). Do woman shy away from competition? Do men compete too much? Quarterly Journal of Economics, 122(3), 1067–1101.
Niederle, M., & Yestrumskas, A. (2008). Gender differences in seeking challenges: The role of Institutions. Working Paper, Dept. of Economics, Stanford University.
Ross, S., & Yinger, J. (2002). The color of credit: Mortgage discrimination, research methodology, and fair-lending enforcement. The MIT Press.
Tedeschi, B. (2007). Mortgage; why women pay higher interest. The New York Times, January 21.