The nexus between labor wages and property rents in the Greater China area
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AbstractTse and Chan (2003) investigated the relationship between property sales price and the value of commuting time without accounting for the fact that property sales price is subject to the inherent limitation of containing speculative elements. A better measure to use for such a study would be the rent paid by the genuine end-user of the property. This paper examines how equilibrium rents in different locations within Greater China are determined by the time value, or the shadow wage, of an individual. Using the rental information, we provide the first estimated ratio of time values for individuals in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Taipei. Our results show that the shadow wage ratio of the households in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Taipei is about 2.25:1:1.61. (C) 2014 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
All Author(s) ListChong TTL, Shui KCW, Wong VH
Journal nameChina Economic Review
Year2014
Month9
Day1
Volume Number30
PublisherElsevier
Pages180 - 191
ISSN1043-951X
eISSN1873-7781
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsCentral business district; Property rental price; Shadow wage
Web of Science Subject CategoriesBusiness & Economics; Economics

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