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Title:Shrinking and growing metropolitan areas - asymmetric real estate price reactions?: the Case of German single-family houses PDF Logo
Authors:Dust, Lisa
Maennig, Wolfgang
Issue Date:2007
Series/Report no.:Hamburg contemporary economic discussions 6
Abstract:The population of Germany will be one of the first in the western hemisphere to undergo considerable permanent shrinkage. In view of the relatively low elasticities of supply and demand significant negative price reactions might be expected. This work supplements existing studies by estimating real estate prices for single-family homes on the disaggregate level of Germany's metropolitan areas. It highlights asymmetric price reactions: growth in population numbers has no significant price effects, whereas declining population numbers lead to significant negative price effects.
Subjects:shrinking population
real estates
asymmetric price reactions
regional analysis
JEL:R12
R21
R31
ISBN:978-3-940369-27-7
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:Hamburg Contemporary Economic Discussions, Lehrstuhl für Wirtschaftspolitik, Universität Hamburg

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