Subject: Discrete-time event history analysis | Demography | Homeownership | Discrete time event history analysis | Europe | Article | Intergenerational transmission
We investigate the extent to which the intergenerational transmission of homeownership varies across European countries. Our main hypotheses are that the impact of parental homeownership on the likelihood and timing of an adult child’s entry into homeownership is less s... View more
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