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Shock persistence in property and related markets

Peijie Wang

Journal of Property Research, 2000, vol. 17, issue 1, 1-21

Abstract: Persistence patterns are examined in univariate and multivariate cases, in comparison with financial market investments and real world economic activities. In addition, the effects of monetary and non- monetary shocks on the property market are investigated. The method of the multivariate persistence measurement is, in the meantime, extended and applied to the empirical work.

Date: 2000
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