Econometricians can help minimize the harm created by a housing bubble by providing a ‘thermometer’ for diagnosing ‘housing fever’. This paper reviews the literature on econometric methods for identifying housing bubbles, discussing some new methods of research and providing an empirical application. A major challenge is to assess prices in relation to fundamentals. One solution is to estimate the fundamental component from an underlying structural relationship.
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