Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
2018 Hannah J Quackenbush
The 2008 financial crisis raised concerns surrounding the validity of federal protection in the consumer financial market and brought increased scrutiny to short term consumer lending programs-including payday loans. In response to the political pressure, President Obama signed the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act into law. Under this Act the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was created and in 2017 it implemented federal regulations against non-bank payday lenders for the first time. I will discuss the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s economic justification for the regulation of payday loans and the implications of new standards of abuse in consumer protection and financial regulation.
Quackenbush, Hannah, "Evolving Standards of Abuse: The Economic Justification Of The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau’s Federal Payday Loan Regulations" (2018). Scripps Senior Theses. 1226.
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