Research published by the Reserve Bank of Australia outlines a new method of integrating a housing sector into large-scale economic models.
The discussion paper, by Christopher Gibbs, Jonathan Hambur and Gabriela Nodari, proposes a dynamic stochastic general equilibrium model in which housing is represented on both the production and consumption sides of the economy. On the production side, there is a housing services sector, while on the consumption side, households gain additional utility
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