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How Government Regulations Make Housing Unaffordable

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07/16/2020Mitchell HarveyTam Alex

The story of how housing became so unaffordable for so many is a tragic one. But this is a story of our own making, thanks to decades of misguided government regulations.

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Original Article: "How Government Regulations Make Housing Unaffordable​".

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Authors:

Mitchell Harvey

Mitchell Harvey is a newly admitted graduate student in Stanford University's political economics PhD program. He has previously worked as a teaching associate and research assistant in the Monash University economics faculty.

Tam Alex

Tam Alex is an engineer and economist. His research interests include economic and energy development. He publishes the Nigeopolis, a magazine dedicated to advocating for the inalienable rights of Nigerians to life, liberty, and property. 

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