Housing markets and macroeconomic risks
Maria Chiara Cavalleri,
Boris Cournède and
No 1555, OECD Economics Department Working Papers from OECD Publishing
Housing markets are large and highly volatile: they can thus create large macroeconomic risks. The current paper provides a bird’s eye view of where the housing markets of major OECD economies currently stand. It then uses the results of recently developed models to provide indications of where macroeconomic risks exist. Finally, the paper draws on recent empirical analyses to suggest how economic policies can enhance economic resilience by reducing housing-related risks through macroprudential measures and housing market reforms (such as changes in rent regulation, taxation and land use policies).
Keywords: Housing; land use policy; macroprudential; policy; rent regulation; resilience; taxation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: E37 E5 R31 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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