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Modelling housing investment for seven major OECD countries

Thomas Egebo

Modelling housing investment for seven major OECD countries

by Thomas Egebo

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Published by O.E.C.D. in Paris .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Thomas Egebo and Ian Lienert.
SeriesWorking paper / OECD Department of Economics and Statistics -- 63
ContributionsLienert, Ian.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13935321M

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Modelling housing investment for seven major OECD countries by Thomas Egebo Download PDF EPUB FB2

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.

Get this from a library. Modelling housing investment for seven major OECD countries. [Thomas Egebo; Ian Lienert; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and. Modelling Housing Investment for Seven Major OECD Countries This paper presents new housing equation estimates for the major seven countries in INTERLINK, the OECD world econometric model.

Theoretical and empirical aspects of housing investment behaviour are discussed in a model Cited by: 8. Get this from a library. Modelling Housing Investment for Seven Major OECD Countries. [Thomas Egebo; Ian Lienert] -- This paper presents new housing equation estimates for the major seven countries in INTERLINK, the OECD world econometric model.

Theoretical and empirical aspects of housing investment behaviour are. Get this from a library. Modelling Housing Investment for Seven Major OECD Countries. [Thomas Egebo; Ian Lienert]. Published ; A MODEL OF HOUSING INVESTMENT FOR THE MAJOR OECD ECONOMIES @inproceedings{EgeboAMO, title={A MODEL OF HOUSING INVESTMENT FOR THE MAJOR OECD ECONOMIES}, author={Thomas Egebo and Pete Richardson}, year={} }.

Abstract. This paper presents new housing equation estimates for the major seven countries in INTERLINK, the OECD world econometric model.

Theoretical and empirical aspects of housing investment behaviour are discussed in a model context. Modelling the housing market in OECD Countries P. Arestisa,b* and A.R. Gonzáleza a Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK; b Department of Applied Economics V, University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain Abstract Recent episodes of housing bubbles, which occurred in several economies after the.

The burst of the housing bubble in the US has produced the ‘great recession’ in the world economy. In this context, where the links between the housing market and the financial system have become stronger, the analysis of the determinants of the housing market behaviour is the key to our understanding of the evolution of housing prices.

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Data from OECD countries indicate that the high volatility of housing investment is not a distinguishing feature of the US. Across 17 OECD countries, housing investment is on average about five times as volatile as caskel.com by: 3. Modelling the Supply Side of the Seven Major OECD Economies If a macroeconometric model is to be useful for policy analyses which go beyond short-term forecasting requirements, particular attention must be paid to the form and consistency of its various components with respect to longer-term caskel.com by: Evidence from OECD Countries Using an Agnostic Identification Procedure.

This paper investigates the existence of significant spillovers from the housing sector onto the wider economy for the seven major OECD countries using Uhlig's () agnostic identification procedure. This method allows a housing demand shock to be identified in Cited by: NOVEL FEATURES IN OECD COUNTRIES’ RECENT INVESTMENT AGREEMENTS: been a major driving force behind OECD investment agreements.

Never before, however, has this quest At the other end, the Canada Model defines “investment” in terms of a finite list of categories of assets. Other BITs (such as the Mexico-Greece BIT) define. This paper presents new housing equation estimates for the major seven countries in INTERLINK, the OECD world econometric model.

Theoretical and empirical aspects of housing investment behaviour. While econometric evidence on the price responsiveness of housing supply for Austria, Italy, Belgium and France is lacking, Fig.

1, Fig. 2 show that prices have risen more than investment in these countries over the recent past, suggesting relatively low supply caskel.com by: ECO/WKP()5 6 Section 5 looks at the functioning of rental housing markets in OECD countries, and analyses how policies condition outcomes in the private and social segments.

In Section 6, the potential side-effects of housing policies on the wider economy are discussed with a particular focus on house price volatility and. Downloadable.

This paper investigates the existence of significant spillovers from the housing sector onto the wider economy for the seven major OECD countries using Uhlig's () agnostic identification procedure. This method allows a housing demand shock to be identified in a six-variable VAR model by imposing sign restrictions on the impulse responses of consumer prices, residential.

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Coverage is provided for all OECD member countries as well as for selected non-member countries. The correlation between residential investment over GDP and the growth rate of the 20–49 age group in OECD countries suggests a demographic explanation of housing cycles: booms and busts arise.The research described in this paper develops a set of econometric models that provide estimates of GDP growth for a number of major OECD countries and zones in the two quarters following the last quarter for which official data have been caskel.com by: Request PDF | Determinants of housing bubbles' duration in OECD countries | We study the determinants of housing price bubbles' duration for a set of OECD countries .