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Article

Ha, Sejeong, Hilber, Christian A. L. and Schöni, Olivier (2021) Do long-distance moves discourage homeownership? Evidence from England. Journal of Housing Economics, 53. ISSN 1051-1377

Hilber, Christian A. L. and Schöni, Olivier (2020) On the economic impacts of constraining second home investments. Journal of Urban Economics, 118. ISSN 0094-1190

Ehrlich, Maximilian V., Hilber, Christian A. L. and Schöni, Olivier (2018) Institutional settings and urban sprawl: evidence from Europe. Journal of Housing Economics, 42. pp. 4-18. ISSN 1051-1377

Hilber, Christian A. L. and Schöni, Olivier (2016) Housing policies in the United Kingdom, Switzerland, and the United States: lessons learned. Cityscape, 18 (3). pp. 291-332. ISSN 1936-007X

Book Section

Hilber, Christian A. L. and Schöni, Olivier (2016) Housing policies in Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In: Yoshino, Naoyuki and Helble, Matthias, (eds.) The Housing Challenge in Emerging Asia : Options and Solutions. Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, Japan, pp. 210-259. ISBN 9784899740650

Monograph

Hilber, Christian A. L. and Schöni, Olivier (2020) On the economic impacts of constraining second home investments. Geography and Environment Discussion Paper Series (6). Department of Geography and Environment, LSE, London, UK.

Hilber, Christian A. L. and Schöni, Olivier (2018) The economic impacts of constraining second home investments. CEP Discussion Papers (CEPDP1556). Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Schöni, Olivier (2014) Asymptotic properties of imputed hedonic price indices. SERC discussion papers (SERCDP0166). Spatial Economics Research Centre, London, UK.

Online resource

Cheshire, Paul, Hilber, Christian A. L. and Schöni, Olivier (2021) Why central London has seen the biggest rises in house prices, despite COVID. LSE COVID-19 Blog (31 Mar 2021). Blog Entry.

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