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Regional house price cycles in the UK, 1978-2012: a Markov switching VAR / Rosen, Chowdhury

Journal of European Real Estate Research, Volume: 7, Issue: 3, Pages: 345 - 366

Swansea University Author: Rosen, Chowdhury

DOI (Published version): 10.1108/JERER-02-2014-0014

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There is an extensive literature on UK regional house price dynamics, yet empirical work focusing on the duration and magnitude of regional housing cycles has received little attention. This paper employs Markov Switching Vector auto regression (MSVAR) methods to examine UK house price cycles in UK...

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Published: 2014
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title Regional house price cycles in the UK, 1978-2012: a Markov switching VAR
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description There is an extensive literature on UK regional house price dynamics, yet empirical work focusing on the duration and magnitude of regional housing cycles has received little attention. This paper employs Markov Switching Vector auto regression (MSVAR) methods to examine UK house price cycles in UK regions at NUTS1 level. The research findings indicate that the regional structure of the UK house market is best described as two large groups of regions with marked differences in the amplitude and duration of the cyclical regimes between the two groups. These differences have implications for the design of both macroeconomic and housing sector policies.
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