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Introduction – Housing: A space-time good

Abstract : [Eng] Housing is a crucial good for households, both as a consumer good via the flow of services it fosters, and as an essential component of a homeowner’s wealth. It is also crucial because it accounts for more than a quarter of household’s expenses, and an increase in rent or property prices instantly has a major impact on their living standards, choice of location, mobility, and savings options. Finally, housing is also crucial because it is unique as an element of space‑time, space and time that cannot be separated in this instance. These themes are examined in this special issue, with a variety of approaches and different perspectives, providing valuable information on a number of outstanding issues.
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Alain Trannoy. Introduction – Housing: A space-time good. Economie et Statistique / Economics and Statistics, 2018, 500t, pp.5-11. ⟨10.24187/ecostat.2018.500t.1942⟩. ⟨hal-01994859⟩



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