Housing Conference “Learning from the past and looking to the future”
Friday 19 January 2018
A one day conference of invited papers looking at aspects of housing markets over the longer term and drawing on experiences from many countries.
The aim is to see what we might learn about the future course of housing market conditions (in terms of prices, ownership structures, financing conditions and the impact of those things on the wider economy) from the past. Policy implications will be discussed in the final session.
The conference is organised by the Brevan Howard Centre for Financial Analysis at Imperial College Business School and the Centre for Economic Policy Research.
|09:30-10:45||The Rates of Return on Everything Alan Taylor (UC Davis)|
|11:15-12:30||The Macroeconomics of Housing and the Dynamics of Wealth Inequality Thomas Steger (Leipzig University)|
|13:30-14:45||Houses Across Time and Across Place David Miles and James Sefton (Imperial College Business School)|
|15:00-16:30||Policy Implications panel Opening remarks: Jagjit Chadha (Director National Institute of Social and Economic Research) Panel: Stephen Aldridge (Director for Analysis and Data, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government) Chris Giles (Economics Editor, The Financial Times) Vasileios Madouros (Head of Division, Financial Stability, Bank of England)|