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Housing and Infrastructure

Housing is an essential need. And rents, mortgages, and other costs tied to having a home often represent a family’s largest expense. Meanwhile, the infrastructure supporting our communities  — transportation, communication systems, power grids — are integral to the economy by providing ways for people, information, and products to move around the world. SIEPR researchers examine how housing and infrastructure policies affect economic output and the way goods and services are allocated in local communities, throughout a country, and across the globe.

Keywords: housing, transportation, urban economics, infrastructure, broadband, telecom, migration

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