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|Title:||Foreign property shocks and the impact on domestic securitized real estate markets: An unobserved components approach|
|Citation:||Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 2007; 34(3):407-424|
|Part of:||Special Issue, Vol. 34, no. 3, NUS-HKU Symposium on Real Estate Research / Guest Editors: S. E. Ong and K. W. Chau|
|Publisher:||Kluwer Academic Publ|
|Patrick J. Wilson, Simon Stevenson and Ralf Zurbruegg|
|Abstract:||As the globalization of world financial markets continues unabated the issue of benefits arising from international diversification becomes increasingly important. Due to the fixed geographical nature of the underlying product, securitized property might be considered immune from the effects of globalization, and to this extent researchers have considered the issue of international property market interdependence using a variety of statistical procedures. In this paper the question of interdependence across securitized property markets is examined by combining the Inoue (1999) cointegration methodology with the structural time series procedure of Harvey (1989). In the event of commonality of movement across property markets, this approach permits the researcher to isolate and visualize common movement, an operation that may be helpful to a portfolio manager trying to understand cross market activity. The results indicate that there is some unifying force across international property markets and that this unifying force may stem from the United States. The results also suggest that, at least to some extent, shocks to securitized property markets produce a similar response to stock market shocks.|
|Keywords:||structural time series models; cointegration; unobserved components; property market shocks|
|Description:||The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com|
|Appears in Collections:||Business School publications|
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