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Results of the Moscow Longitudinal Survey: Housing and Economic Characteristics

The Moscow Longitudinal Household Survey, 1992-1995

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Document date: July 01, 1996
Released online: July 01, 1996
This paper examines households' economic and housing characteristics during the transition period in Moscow, Russia; the data can serve to estimate and predict the implications of housing-related reforms. Topics discussed are rent payments, household income, and assets; residential mobility; and housing adjustments and privatization. Also discussed are the disparity in incomes between the richest and poorest income groups, the ratios of rent-to-income, and the shift in sources of household income from the state to the private sector.


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