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Housing Over the Life Cycle: A Structural Estimation

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  • Rui Yao

    (Baruch College)

  • Haiyong Liu

    (East Carolina University)

  • Wenli Li

    (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia)

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understanding of housing market developments on general activities. We use the estimated model to conduct policy experiments and find that consumption responds nonlinearly to changes in housing wealth with an average marginal propensity to consume out of housing wealth of about 5 percent.

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  • Rui Yao & Haiyong Liu & Wenli Li, 2008. "Housing Over the Life Cycle: A Structural Estimation," 2008 Meeting Papers 701, Society for Economic Dynamics.
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    1. Song, In Ho, 2010. "House Prices and Consumption," MPRA Paper 27481, University Library of Munich, Germany.

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