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Homeownership: Volatile Housing Prices, Low Labor Mobility and High Income Dispersion

  • François Ortalo-Magné
  • Sven Rady

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Paper provided by University of Wisconsin Center for Urban Land Economic Research in its series Wisconsin-Madison CULER working papers with number 02-04.

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