- Yizhi jiaoyizhe, fangdichan paomo yu fangdichan zhengce: jian lun zhongguo fangdichan zhengce
- Number of pages
- Shanghai: Fudan daxue [Fudan University]
- CCES working papers
- Document type
- Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB)
- Amsterdam School of Economics Research Institute (ASE-RI)
HETEROGENOUS TRADERS, HOUSING BUBBLES AND POLICIES
Based on the classical De Long et al (1990), we build a model of housing bubbles to analyze the role of market imperfections (noise traders, liquidity constraint, limited liability and weak property rights protections, etc) and their interactions in the formation of housing bubbles. We show that the elasticity of housing supply, mortgage haircut, limited liability in credit market, durability (e.g., quality or property rights security) of housing all play important roles in bubble formation. Effective policies need to take into account the interactions of the policies under these market imperfections. The paper ends up with some implications for China‟s housing policies.
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