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Tuesday, September 05, 2017

Beliefs, Networks, History and the Housing Premium Puzzle

Roger Farmer:

Beliefs, Networks, History and the Housing Premium Puzzle: This is week five of my posts featuring research presented at the conference on Applications of Behavioural Economics and Multiple Equilibrium Models to Macroeconomics Policy Conference held at the Bank of England on July 3rd and 4th 2017. Today’s post features the coauthored work of Héctor Calvo-Pardo, and a series of coauthored papers by Alan Taylor, a co-organizer of the conference. 
Hector Calvo-Pardo, from the University of Southampton, presented his paper on social networks, coauthored with Luc Arrondel Research Director at CNRS in Paris, Chryssi Giannitsaro of Cambridge University and Michael Haliassos of Goethe University. Alan Taylor, a Professor at UC Davis, helped organize the conference. In a linked video, he discusses an amazing new data set developed jointly with Òscar Jordà, Vice President of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and Moritz Schularick, Professor of Economics at the University of Bonn. ...

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