Why Don't We Know More About Housing Supply?

@article{Dipasquale1999WhyDW,
  title={Why Don't We Know More About Housing Supply?},
  author={Denise Dipasquale},
  journal={The Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics},
  year={1999},
  volume={18},
  pages={9-23}
}
This paper reviews the main themes in the empirical literature on housing supply and outlines suggestions for future research. Much of the literature has focused on the determinants of new housing supply, particularly the supply of single family detached homes, and the renovation and repair decisions of homeowners. We have learned a great deal from the work that has been done but many important puzzles remain. Much of the literature has focused on aggregate data because there is so little… CONTINUE READING

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