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Housing services price inflation

Marianna Kudlyak

Economic Quarterly, 2012, issue 3Q, 185-207

Abstract: We provide an explanation of how inflation of the price of housing services is measured by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and describe alternative approaches. We then describe the contribution of inflation of the price of housing services to inflation in the consumer price index during the Great Recession and its aftermath. Finally, we examine new data series that provide additional information about the rental market for housing services and use this information to evaluate the direction of the pressure on housing services price inflation.

Date: 2012
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