Subject: bank lending; Hong Kong; property prices | Property prices, bank lending, Hong Kong
jel: jel:E32 | jel:E42 | jel:G21
This paper studies the relationship between residential property prices and lending in Hong Kong. This is an interesting topic for three reasons. First, swings in property prices have been extremely large and frequent in Hong Kong. Second, under the currency board regim... View more
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