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2011 | nr 5 | 17-46
Article title

Wykorzystanie regresji kwantylowej w analizie zróżnicowania cen mieszkań

Title variants
Using the Quantile Regression for an Analysis of Dwelling Price Differences
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
W artykule przedstawiono wyniki estymacji hedonicznych modeli cen nieruchomości mieszkaniowych za pomocą metody opartej na kwantylach oraz wyniki konstrukcji hedonicznych indeksów cen mieszkań. Badanie zostało przeprowadzone dla warszawskiego rynku wtórnego mieszkań na podstawie danych transakcyjnych. (fragment tekstu)
EN
Using the Quantile Regression for an Analysis of Dwelling Price Differences The aim of the article is to indicate theoretical and practical advantages of using quantile regression as well as a sensitivity analysis of factors influencing a dwelling price (taking into account the regression distribution). This is a new approach in comparison to previous surveys on carried in Polish market which analyzed the factors' impact on average price level. Additionally, surveys are described which make possible to estimate dynamic price differences in selected price segments using hedonic indices. (original abstract)
Year
Issue
Pages
17-46
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Contributors
author
  • Narodowy Bank Polski
  • Narodowy Bank Polski; Uniwersytet Warszawski
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Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.ekon-element-000171208331
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