WP 22-41 – As house prices rise in large, housing-constrained cities, what are the implications for places that have room to grow? We explore how amenities have differentially driven population and price dynamics in big cities and small towns.
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Research in Focus — Michael Dotsey and his coauthors study how the interaction of industrial and demographic policies along with human capital investments influenced China’s savings and growth rates.
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WP 22-38 – We develop a method that combines common improved-property sales with rare, but more informative, vacant-land sales to estimate the value of vacant land.
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WP 22-37 – Real GDP falls short in quantifying the economic well-being of a nation. We discuss how far we can expand it to include new well-being impacts like the rise of the Internet and climate change. Not all of well-being is quantifiable.
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