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empirical reconciliation of micro and grouped estimates of the demand for housing

A. Mitchell Polinsky

empirical reconciliation of micro and grouped estimates of the demand for housing

by A. Mitchell Polinsky

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Published by Harvard Institute of Economic Research in Cambridge (Mass.) .
Written in English


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StatementA. Mitchell Polinsky and David T. Ellwood.
SeriesDiscussion paper / Harvard Institute of Economic Research -- no.567
ContributionsEllwood, David T.
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Open LibraryOL13835915M

  the demand for manufactured housing is expected to decrease by percent, or homes ( sections). Annual collections would increase by $ million to $ million. The elasticity of demand for manufactured housing, however, is relatively high compared with the. elasticity for other dwelling types, 3 An Empirical Reconcilation of Micro and Grouped Estimates of Demand for Housing. Review of Economics and Statistics, 2: What Have We Learned about Urban Housing

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ABSTRACT Brueckner correctly pointed out that one of the sufficient conditions for negative exponential densities is a unitary price elasticity of the compensated, not the uncompensated, demand for housing. This note shows that the Brueckner condition implies a zero income elasticity of housing demand when income and price elasticities are constrained to be constants. It also derives the Housing is a challenging issue in Ghana, due to the rising demand and sluggish supply which has led to a deficit of more than two million housing ://


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