Staff Profile:

Name:
Professor Geoff Meen
Job Title:
Professor
Responsibilities:
Head of School
Areas of Interest:
  • Applied econometrics
  • Economic analysis of housing markets at different spatial levels from the national to the local
  • The economics of segregation and deprivation.
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Further Publications not cited on Centaur:

  • Meen G (2002), "On the Long-Run Relationship Between Industrial Construction and Housing" Journal of Property Research. 19(3): 191-211.
  • Meen G (2002), "The Time-Series Properties of House Prices: A Transatlantic Divide?" Journal of Housing Economics. 11: 1-23.
  • Meen G (2000) "Housing Cycles and Efficiency"?, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 47(2): 114-140.
  • Meen G (1999) "Regional House Prices and the Ripple Effect: A New Interpretation", Housing Studies 14(6): 733-753.
  • Meen G, Andrew M (1998) "On the Aggregate Housing Market Implications of Labour Market Change", Scottish Journal of Political Economy .45(4): 393-419.
  • Meen G (1998) "Modelling Sustainable Home-Ownership: Demographics or Economics", Urban Studies, 35(11): 1919-34.
  • Crampton G, Evans A, Meen G (1996) "Determinants of Journeys to Work in Central London", 1954-93, Papers in Regional Science, 75(4): 1-22.
  • Meen G (1996) "Spatial Aggregation, Spatial Dependence and Predictability in the UK Housing Market", Housing Studies, 11(3): 345-372.
  • Meen G (1996) "Ten Propositions in UK Housing Macroeconomics: An Overview of the Eighties and Early Nineties", Urban Studies, 33(3): 425-444.
  • Meen G (1990) "The Removal of Mortgage Market Constraints and the Implications for Econometric Modelling of UK House Prices". Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 52(1): 1-24.
  • Meen G (1990) "The Measurement of Rationing and the Treatment of Structural Change in the UK Mortgage Market", Journal of Applied Econometrics, 5(2): 167-188.
  • Meen G (1989) "The Ending of Mortgage Rationing and its Effects on the Housing Market: A Simulation Study", Urban Studies, 26: 240-52.

Research Books

  • Meen G (2001), Modelling Spatial Housing Markets: Theory, Analysis and Policy. Kluwer Academic Publishers. ISBN 0-7923-7307-3.

Research Reports

  • Meen G (and others) (2005). Affordability: Implications for Housing Supply (plus Technical Appendix). ODPM. London. ISBN: 1851127992.
  • Meen G, Andrew M (1998) Modelling Regional House Prices: A Review of the Literature, prepared for the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions, ISBN 0 7049 1305 4.
  • Maclennan D, Gibb K, Meen G, Stephens M (1997) Fixed Commitments, Uncertain Incomes: Sustainable Owner-Occupation and the Economy, Joseph Rowntree Foundation ISBN 1 85935 039 9.

Chapters in Books

  • Meen G, Andrew M (2004), "The Role of Housing in City Economic Performance" in M Boddy and M Parkinson (eds) City Matters. The Policy Press. Bristol. Pages 199-216.
Qualifications:
BA (Economics), University of Reading 1973, MSc (Economics), University of London 1978, PhD (Economics), University of London 1986.

Affiliations:

  • UK Director of the International Centre for Housing and Urban Economics
  • Awarded an OBE in the 2007 New Years Honours List for Services to Social Housing
  • Elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 2007.
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Contact Details

Email:
g.p.meen@reading.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0) 118 378 6029
Fax:
+44 (0)118 378 6533
Building:
HUMSS 412a

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