Richard Blundell, Rowena Crawford, Eric French, Gemma Tetlow, 11 May 2016

Housing forms a large share of household wealth in many nations. Using comparable data for the US and England, this column argues that the nature of housing as an asset – its utility value, illiquidity, and mix of risk and returns – is an important factor in explaining the trajectory of wealth in retirement. 

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