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VISTING FACULTY & INSTRUCTORS
Wagner Teaching Professor 2009-11
University Professor 2004-05 & 2014-15
"Does Over-50 Credit Card Debt Spell Doom for Retirement?" Interview published on CardHub, March 6, 2013.
Deborah Thorne. 2010. “The (Interconnected) Reasons that Elder Americans File Consumer Bankruptcy.” Journal of Aging & Social Policy 22: 188-206.
Deborah Thorne. “Women’s Work and Women’s Worry: Debt Management in Financially Distressed Families.” Forthcoming in Katherine Porter (ed.), Broke: How Debt Undermines the Middle Class.
Elizabeth Warren and Deborah Thorne. “A Vulnerable Middle Class: Bankruptcy and Class Status.” Forthcoming in Katherine Porter (ed.), Broke: How Debt Undermines the Middle Class.
David U. Himmelstein, Deborah Thorne, Elizabeth Warren, and Steffie Woolhandler. 2009. “Medical Bankruptcy in the United States, 2007: Results of a National Study.” The American Journal of Medicine 122 (8): 741-746.
Deborah Thorne, Elizabeth Warren, and Teresa Sullivan. 2009. "The Increasing Vulnerability of Older Americans: Evidence from the Bankruptcy Courts." Harvard Law & Policy Review.
Katherine Porter and Deborah Thorne. “Better Off After Bankruptcy?” Norton Bankruptcy Law Adviser.
Robert M. Lawless, Angela K. Littwin, Katherine M. Porter, John A. E. Pottow, Deborah K. Thorne, and Elizabeth Warren. 2008. “Did Bankruptcy Reform Fail? An Empirical Study of Consumer Debtors.” American Bankruptcy Law Journal 82: 349-405.
Teresa Sullivan, Deborah Thorne, and Elizabeth Warren. 2008. “Bankruptcy Ages.” Norton Bankruptcy Law Adviser 11: 1-5.
Deborah Thorne and Elizabeth Warren. 2008. “Get Sick, Go Broke.” In J. S. Hacker (ed.), Health at Risk: America's Ailing Health System--and How to Heal It. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
Deborah Thorne, Elizabeth Warren, and Teresa Sullivan. 2008. “Generations of Struggle.” Research report for American Association of Retired Persons.
Thorne, Deborah. 2007. “Personal Bankruptcy and the Credit Report: Conflicting Mechanisms of Social Mobility.” Journal of Poverty: Innovations on Social, Political & Economic Inequalities 11 (4):23-43.