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Link to:Dynarski’s research on income-contingent loans cited in Times Higher Education
Mar 16, 2017
A team of four researchers, including Susan Dynarski, published a working paper on income-contingent loan (ICL) systems[...]
Link to:RNC’s new call for a return to a “competitive” student loan market won’t work, says Dynarski
Jul 21, 2016
In “The RNC wants to make student loans competitive again. They never were,” Susan Dynarski provides detailed context[...]
Link to:EPI’s DC conference, “Restructuring student loans: Lessons from abroad
Jun 14, 2016
Roughly 100 guests—including policymakers, practitioners, and members of the press—attended “Restructuring student[...]
Link to:Susan Dynarski pens Milken Institute piece, “How to—and how not to—manage student debt”
Jun 10, 2016
For the Milken Institute Review , Susan Dynarski explains, “How to—and how not to—manage student debt.” “If you even[...]
Link to:In Brookings, Dynarski investigates effects of slashing student loan interest rates
Apr 14, 2016
Susan Dynarski considers the effects of student loan interest rates in “ What does cutting rates on student loans do[...]

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*Stream* Rich Cordray, founding director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Rohit Chopra, Commissioner on the Federal Trade Commission will keynote.
2019 - 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Jan
17
CFLP Blue Bag Lunches
The massive dollar amounts associated with student loan debt and the impact on individuals and the financial stability of the overall economy has attracted the attention of journalists, economists, and average Americans. There are, however, several myths associated with these eye-popping numbers, and Susan Dynarski, Professor of public policy, education and economics will discuss a few of these myths in our January Blue Bag Lunch Talk. For example, in a recent paper for Brookings , "The Trouble with Student Loans? Low Earnings, Not High Debt," Professor Dynarski debunks the popular notion that more student debt leads to higher student loan default rates. In fact, research shows that default rates are highest among individuals with smaller loan balances. Students borrowing under $5,000 default at a rate of 34 percent, compared to 18 percent for those borrowing more than $100,000. Among policy proposals advocated by Professor Dynarski to address the student loan crisis is to automatically enroll borrowers who are late on payments in income-based repayment, or adjust loan payments each pay period, similar to the current income-tax withholding system.
2019 - 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Oct
19
Causal Inference in Education Research Seminar (CIERS)
A presentation by Lesley Turner, assistant professor in economics, University of Maryland
2016 - 8:30 am to 10:00 am
Jun
13
EPI Speaker Series
Education Policy Initiative is pleased to host a free and public conference in Washington, DC on student debt policies with international and US-based student loan experts.
2016 - 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Jan
27
EPI Speaker Series
The Education Policy Initiative and the School of Education welcome Rohit Chopra, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, and Susan Dynarski, professor of education, public policy, and economics at the University of Michigan, to discuss the repercussions of the $1.3 trillion dollar student loan deficit on higher education and economic inequality.
2016 - 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm

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Photo of Susan Dynarski
Professor of Public Policy; Professor of Education; Professor of Economics, and Distinguished Diversity & Social Transformation Professor
Email:
dynarski@umich.edu
Location: 
Weill Hall
Phone: 
(734) 615-5113