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Цены На Жилье И Паритет Покупательной Способности Валют В Странах Снг
[Real estate prices and purchasing-power parity in CIS countries]


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  • Potashev, Roman


This article takes into consideration the connection between the real estate prices and the purchasing-power parity of currencies in the countries of CIS. It is shown that the exceeding growth of dollar real estate prices in these countries was the part of the rising of dollar prices for all goods and services. It is clear now that the currency exchange rates and purchasing-power parity of currencies have become closer in the countries of CIS. That’s why the considerable changes of dollar prices for most goods and services are not expected in the nearest future.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 42606.

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Date of creation: Oct 2010
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Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:42606

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Keywords: Цены на жилье; инфляция; ППС; ВВП; валютный курс; сопоставимый уровень цен; паритет покупательной способности; эффект Балассы-Самуэльсона;

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