The Workings of the London Office Market
Colin Lizieri () and
Real Estate Economics, 1999, vol. 27, issue 2, 365-387
This paper presents estimates of an equilibrium‐based dynamic adjustment model of the office market, using supply and demand relationships to link construction, absorption, vacancies and rents to employment growth and real interest rates. The model is estimated using data from the City of London office market over 1977–1996. The model tracks the market dynamically, and the severe 1985–1996 cycle is shown to be related to the cycle in employment growth and the movement of real interest rates. The latter directly affects both construction and real rent levels.
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