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A Trillion Dollar Question : What Predicts Student Loan Delinquency Risk?
Alvaro A. Mezza
Kamila Sommer
Abstract

Over the past ten years, the real amount of student debt owed by American households more than doubled, from about $450 billion to more than $1.1 trillion. As a result of this increase, in 2010 student loan debt surpassed credit card debt as the largest class of non-housing consumer debt.


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Alvaro A. Mezza & Kamila Sommer, A Trillion Dollar Question : What Predicts Student Loan Delinquency Risk?, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.), FEDS Notes 2015-10-16, 16 Oct 2015.
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