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THE MACROECONOMIC DETERMINATNS OF MALAYSIAN HOUSING PRICE

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Transcript of THE MACROECONOMIC DETERMINATNS OF MALAYSIAN HOUSING PRICE

PRESENTED BY
MUHAMMAD AZFAR BIN AZIZ
2012224484

THE MACROECONOMIC DETERMINANTS OF MALAYSIAN HOUSING PRICE
OVERVIEW OF PRESENTATION

Introduction
Problem statement
Research objectives
Research questions
Literature review
Methodology
Findings
Conclusion
METHODOLOGY &
FINDINGS

INTRODUCTION

This study is to investigate the macroeconomic determinants of Malaysian housing market in which housing market referring housing price that being affected by several variable

LITERATURE REVIEW
From the previous study of this topic stated that the studies are to forecast for the next 3 years (Ong, 2013).
White, L. H. (2009) the collapse of the housing sector greatly depleted households’ wealth, contributing to the severity of the Great Depression.
(Aregger et al., 2013). Some studies related to housing price state that Global interest rate shocks tend to have a significant negative effect on global house prices whereas global monetary policy shocks per se do not appear to have a sizeable impact.
(Hideaki Hirata et al., 2013). Existing literature suggest that house price movements are closely related to a common set of macroeconomic variables, market specific conditions, and housing finance characteristics.
PROBLEM STATEMENT
UNIT ROOT TEST
NORMALITY TEST
AUTOCORRELATION
TEST
HETEROSCEDASTICITY
TEST
RAMSEY TEST
MULTICOLLINEARITY TEST
CORRELATION TEST
MULTIPLE LINEAR REGRESSION MODEL
CONCLUSION & RECOMMENDATIONS
For reliable result
RESEARCH DESIGN
& DATA COLLECTION
DataStream
47 Obeservation
Cause & Effect
Causal
2002 until 2013
MAIN
&
SPECIFIC
What?
To?
What?
To?
RESEARCH QUESTIONS & OBJECTIVES
Price increase on housing price (Ong,2013)
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