Modelling housing investment for seven major OECD countries by Thomas Egebo

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Statementby Thomas Egebo and Ian Lienert.
SeriesWorking paper / OECD Department of Economics and Statistics -- 63
ContributionsLienert, Ian.
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This paper describes a recent empirical study of housing investment for the seven largest OECD economies. It was carried out both to provide a better understanding of the relevant determinants of investment and as a contribution to the OECD’s world macroeconomic model.

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