Kevin Erdmann

Kevin Erdmann

Kevin Erdmann - Motivational Speaker

A radical new view of the housing bubble and the economy

My first book, "Shut Out: How a Housing Shortage Caused the Great Recession and Crippled Our Economy" will radically change the way you think about investing, real estate, and economic public policy.

Fee Range: $5,000 - $7,500
Travels from Phoenix, AZ (US)

For more information about booking Kevin Erdmann, visit
https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/KevinErdmann

Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Kevin Erdmann
Kevin Erdmann - Motivational Speaker

A radical new view of the housing bubble and the economy

My first book, "Shut Out: How a Housing Shortage Caused the Great Recession and Crippled Our Economy" will radically change the way you think about investing, real estate, and economic public policy.

Fee Range: $5,000 - $7,500
Travels from Phoenix, AZ

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Kevin Erdmann

A radical new view of the housing bubble and the economy

My first book, "Shut Out: How a Housing Shortage Caused the Great Recession and Crippled Our Economy" will radically change the way you think about investing, real estate, and economic public policy.

Fee Range: $5,000 - $7,500
Travels from: Phoenix, AZ

For more information about booking Kevin Erdmann,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/KevinErdmann/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

We need a revolution in housing policy
The policy responses to the housing bubble have been all wrong.

The housing bubble was wrongly associated with a glut of housing. In fact, the core cause of the housing bubble was a lack of housing. Revisiting the events of the bubble and the financial crisis with this new understanding lays bare the tremendous damage that has resulted from the public policy reactions to the housing bubble. Rather than tightening monetary policy and credit conditions, those policies should have been loosened or maintained. Tightening credit and money was the cause of the financial crisis and the tepid recovery from it. Working class and young American families have been affected the most, and we owe it to them to reexamine the policy decisions of the past decade in a new light. This program will challenge your audience with a conceptually and empirically rich new framework for designing the most prudent and stable policy frameworks moving ahead. This is relevant to financial regulators, housing policy, and monetary policy.