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Rural-Urban Migration, Structural Transformation, and Housing Markets in China
Carlos Garriga (au); Yang Tang (au); Ping Wang (au)
This study explores the role played by structural transformation and the resulting relocation of workers from rural to urban areas in the recent housing boom in China. This development process has fostered an ongoing increase in urban housing demand, which, combined with a relatively inelastic supply due to land and entry restrictions, has raised housing and land prices. Quantitative results suggest that the development process accounts for two-thirds of housing and land price movements across all urban areas. This mechanism is amplified in an extension calibrated to the two largest cities indicating that market fundamentals remain a key driver of housing and land prices. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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