Demographic Variation, Capital Accumulation and Asset Prices
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- Robert F. Martin, 2005.
"The baby boom: predictability in house prices and interest rates,"
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- Robert F. Martin, 2006. "The Baby Boom: Predictability in House Prices and Interest Rates," 2006 Meeting Papers 84, Society for Economic Dynamics.
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