A Simple Theory of the Policy Dimensions of the Housing Sector
Robert Buckley ()
Chapter 5 in Housing Finance in Developing Countries, 1996, pp 57-69 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract Although economic analysis of housing policy is complicated by legal and institutional considerations, the policy interest has generated a large and growing body of literature. Within this literature, however, no simple analytic framework is available to help in understanding the impacts and interactions of various policies and to explain how these impacts can change under different financial circumstances.
Keywords: House Price; Housing Market; Income Elasticity; Housing Sector; Mortgage Market (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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