The credit and housing boom in Sweden, 1995-2015: Forewarned is forearmed

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The volume of credit to Swedish households has grown twice as fast as incomes since the mid-1990s. This has resulted in both rising house prices and rising household debt. This column argues that these trends expose Sweden to important economic vulnerabilities. Curbing these vulnerabilities will require prompt action by the authorities.
Originalspråksvenska
Kort beskrivningArtikel
UtgivningsformatVOX CEPR Policy Portal
Förlagvoxeu.org
StatusPublished - 2016 maj 30

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  • Nationalekonomi

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