The UCLA Economic Letter is the monthly communication of the UCLA Anderson Forecast and the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate. The Letter aims to provide new insights as to the major economic and real estate issues of the day in a quickly digestible format. In so doing, it draws upon original research, policy analysis, and forecasts produced by UCLA academics and Forecast economists. At the same time, it addresses the most pressing issues confronting us all. As the premier public university, it is the mission of the University of California to serve society as a center of higher learning and to provide long-term societal benefits through the discovery and transmission of advanced knowledge. The UCLA Economic Letter series seeks to support that mission.
|January||Stephen D. Oliner|
|February||Matthew E. Kahn, Nils Kok and John M. Quigley|
|March||William Wei-Choun Yu|
|April||Stephen D. Oliner|
|May||Edward E. Leamer|
|September||Stephen D. Oliner|
|October||Can Metropolitan Housing Risk Be Mitigated Through Diversification?
A Cautionary Tale from the Recent Boom and Bust
|John Cotter, Stuart A. Gabriel and Richard Roll|
|November||How Real Is California's Housing Recovery?
Coastal and Inland Areas Tell Two Different Stories
|December||An Uneasy Look at Office Space Demand
Tech Tenants Aside, Market Will Remain Weak for Years to Come