Relationship Between the Housing Vacancy Rate, Housing Price, and the Moving Rate at the Township Level in Taiwan, in 1990 and 2000
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Keywordshousing vacancy rate; housing price; natural vacancy rate; Population and Housing Census; Taiwan;
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