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The relationship between rising house prices and the mismatch between the degree and income: a preference to stability

Date: Thursday, June 16th, 15:15

Location: B512, Tong Bo Building, Liu Lin Campus

The public lecture

Given by

Assistant Professor: Chen Hao

University of International Business and Economics


This lecture tells that rising house prices is the reason why high educated people doing low paid jobs and explains the mismatch between degree and income. House prices on the rise can intensify a worker’s preference to stable income.

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