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Ekonomske posljedice politike sprječavanja pada cijene stanova

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  • Josip Tica

    () (Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb)

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U ovome radu se analiziraju efekti sprječavanja pada cijena stanova na zaposlenost i bruto dodanu vrijednost građevinarstva. Procijenjene su ekonometrijske veze između indikatora potražnje, pokazatelja ponude i cijene stanova u dugom i kratkom roku. Osnovni zaključak rada je kako količina ponude nema statistički signifikantan efekt na cijene na tržištu stanova, te se prilagodba događa kroz usporavanje prodaje i gomilanje zaliha neprodanih stanova. Kao posljedica politike gomilanja neprodanih stanova s jedne strane cijene ne padaju, a s druge strane rastu loši krediti u poslovnim bankama. Posljedica ovako strukturiranog tržišta je da u vrijeme ekonomske ekspanzije padaju zalihe i rastu cijene, a u vrijeme ekonomskog usporavanja umjesto pada cijena, dolazi do natprosječnog pada proizvodnje i zaposlenosti u građevinarstvu i snažnog rasta loših kredita u poslovnim bankama. Rad sugerira nekoliko rješenja koja bi mogla potaknuti rast i zapošljavanje građevinarstva, od reforme pravosuđa u kontekstu brzine provođenja ovrha, preko poreza na nekretnine, pa sve do snažnije implementacije Basela II i subvencija kupaca.

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  • Josip Tica, 2011. "Ekonomske posljedice politike sprječavanja pada cijene stanova," EFZG Working Papers Series 1106, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb.
  • Handle: RePEc:zag:wpaper:1106
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    Keywords

    stambeno tržište; ljepljive cijene; nenaplativi krediti;

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    • R31 - Urban, Rural, Regional, Real Estate, and Transportation Economics - - Real Estate Markets, Spatial Production Analysis, and Firm Location - - - Housing Supply and Markets

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