References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 45 references in this bibliography folder.

Mendoza, E and Terrones, M (2012).
An anatomy of credit booms and their demise
Journal Econom\'ia Chilena, 15(2):4-32.

Agnello, L and Schuknecht, L (2011).
Booms and busts in housing markets: Determinants and implications
Journal of Housing Economics, 20(3):171-190.

Alessi, L and Detken, C (2011).
Quasi real time early warning indicators for costly asset price boom/bust cycles: A role for global liquidity
European Journal of Political Economy, 27(3):520-533.

Holly, S, Pesaran, H, and Yamagata, T (2011).
Spatial and temporal diffusion of house prices in the UK
Journal of Urban Economics, 69:2-23.

Setzer, RvdNP and Wolff, G (2011).
Heterogeneity in money holdings across euro area countries: The role of housing
European Journal of Political Economy, 27(4):764-780.

Yucel, E (2011).
A review and bibliography of early warning models
University Library of Munich, Germany, MPRA Paper(32893).

Detken, C, Gerdesmeier, D, and Roffia, B (2010).
Interlinks between money, credit and asset prices and their implications for consumer price in ation: Recent empirical work
In: Enhancing Monetary Analysis, ed. by Papademos, Lucas D. and Stark, Jürgen, pp. 307-327, European Central Bank, Frankfurt.

Iacoviello, M and Neri, S (2010).
Housing market spillovers: Evidence from an estimated DSGE model
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 2(2):125-164.

Kholodilin, K, Menz, J, and Siliverstovs, B (2010).
What drives housing prices down? Evidence from an international panel
Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik, 230(1):59-76.

Aizenman, J and Jinjarak, Y (2009).
Current account patterns and national real estate markets
Journal of Urban Economics, 66(2):75-89.

Calza, A, Monacelli, T, and Stracca, L (2009).
Housing finance and monetary policy
European Central Bank, Frankfurt, ECB Working Paper(1069).

Dreger, C and Reimers, H (2009).
The role of asset markets for private consumption: Evidence from paneleconometric models
DIW, Berlin, Discussion Paper of DIW Berlin(872).

Dreger, C and Wolters, J (2009).
M3 velocity and asset prices in the euro area
Empirica, 36:51-63.

ECB (2009).
Housing finance in the Euro Area
European Central Bank, Frankfurt, Structual Issues Report.

Adrian, T and Shin, H (2008).
Liquidity, monetary policy, and financial cycles
Current Issues in Economics and Finance, 14(1).

Goodhart, C and Hofmann, B (2008).
House prices, money, credit and the macroeconomy
Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 24:180-205.

IMF (2008).
The changing housing cycle and the implications for monetary policy
International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C.

Muellbauer, J (2008).
Housing, credit and consumer expenditure
Centre for Economic Policy Research, London, CEPR Discussion Paper(6782).

Muellbauer, J and Murphy, A (2008).
Housing markets and the economy: The assessment
Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 24(1):1-33.

Almeida, H, Campello, M, and Liu, C (2006).
The financial accelerator: Evidence from the international housing markets
Review of Finance, 10(3):321-352.

Carroll, C, Otsuka, M, and Sla\v c\'alek, J (2006).
How large is the housing wealth effect? A new approach
National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, MA, NBER Working Paper(12746).

Case, K, Quigley, J, and Shiller, R (2005).
Comparing wealth effects: The stock market versus the housing market
The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics(1).

Congdon, T (2005).
Money and asset prices in boom and bust
Institute of Economic Affairs, London, IEA Hobart Paper(153).

Iacoviello, M (2005).
House prices, borrowing constraints, and monetary policy in the business cycle
American Economic Review, 95(3):739-764.

van den Nord, P (2005).
Tax incentives and house price volatility in teh Euro Area: Theory and evidence
Economie Internationale(1Q):29-45.