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Asian Property Markets: No Significant Bubbles-Yet!

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  • Steffen Dyck

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  • Tobias Just

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After house price bubbles burst in many OECD countries, investors are keeping a very watchful eye for price developments on asset markets that signal a bubble.

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  • Steffen Dyck & Tobias Just, 2010. "Asian Property Markets: No Significant Bubbles-Yet!," Working Papers id:2991, eSocialSciences.
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    asian property markets; house prices; OECD; countries; inestors; asset markets; Beijing; Shanghai; macro economic; price;

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