Research and analysis

Housing wealth inequality: economics paper 6

6th paper in the DCLG economics papers series, looking at housing wealth inequality and its effects on social mobility.

Documents

Housing wealth inequality: economics paper 6 volume 1

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Measuring changes in housing wealth inequality: economics paper 6 volume 2

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Detail

These 2 papers are the 6th in the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) economics papers series.

Housing has become a large part of our lives and more people rely on housing investment to form their wealth assets.

Volume 1 sets out the results of a seminar held in DCLG which looked at understanding the different forms of wealth inequality and its effects on social mobility and chances.

Volume 2 consists of an article by Gwilym Price and Eric Levin from the University of Glasgow, which examines changes to housing wealth inequality.