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Modeling the Housing Market: Demand Allocation, Filtering, Supply, and Market-clearing Submodels

Gregory K. Ingram, John F. Kain, J. Royce Ginn

Chapter in NBER book The Detroit Prototype of the NBER Urban Simulation Model (1972), Gregory K. Ingram, John F. Kain, and J. Royce Ginn (p. 103 - 128)
Published in 1972 by NBER

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