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Did increased inequality cause the Great Recession?
Tim Congdon, World Economics, September 2015
This paper considers the basis of the thesis of left-wing economist Thomas Piketty, the author of Capital in the Twenty-First Century, that “a market ..
Korean Housing Finance, Household Debt, and Economic Growth
Danny Leipziger, Jeehoon Park and Yoon-Shik Park, World Economics, September 2015
Governments around the world are confronted with the problem of stoking demand and re-firing growth. The Korean government has relied on making mortga..
What Were the Causes of the Great Recession?
Tim Congdon, World Economics, June 2014
Two ways of thinking about the causation of the Great Recession are contrasted: the ‘mainstream approach’ and the ‘monetary interpretation’. According..
Real Estate and the Great Financial Crisis
Richard Barkham, World Economics, September 2013
Politicians and macro policymakers have identified regulatory weakness in the banking sector as the key cause of the Great Financial Crisis (GFC). Thi..
Owner-occupiers and the Price Index
Ralph Turvey, World Economics, September 2000
The treatment of owner-occupied dwellings in Consumer Price Indexes varies between countries and is the subject of continuing controversy. Ralph Turve..
Housing in the South East of England
David Miles, World Economics, June 2000
Plans recently unveiled by the UK government will, if implemented, generate a
major increase in new housebuilding in one of the most crowded and ..
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