Evaluating Dutch Housing Market Regulation
AbstractAlthough the primary goals of post war housing policy in The Netherlands have beenaccomplished, the Dutch housing market remains highly regulated. This paper develops a staticpartial equilibrium model to investigate the effects of deregulation on the private marketprices and the allocation of houses among households. We focus on three policy measures:individual rent support, social housing projects and the fiscal rules for owner occupiedhouses.
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