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The CEE housing markets before, during and after the transition: An overview of property prices and home ownership rates

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  • Published: 01 Oct 2017
  • Publisher: Iasi: Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Centre for European Studies
The purpose of this research is to investigate relevant economic aspects, which characterized housing markets from Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries, to identify the factors which determine the house prices and to find the economic implications of property investments, under an international micro and macroeconomic environment. Methodological, the article uses the deduction and comparative analysis of collected statistical data, and strategic reforms in post-communist countries are qualitatively explored through content analysis. In the case of CEE region, fundamentals determinants, such as real income, real interest rate, demographic factors, play an...
free text keywords: CEE countries, housing prices, home ownership, privatization, Political institutions and public administration (General), JF20-2112, ddc:330
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