CHO DY, THE UK HOUSEBUILDING INDUSTRY: AN ANALYSIS OF POST-BARKER STRUCTURAL RESPONSES, Last accessed (2014)
Cho Y, Whitehead C, Low Cost Home Ownership in different housing markets, Housing Corporation (2006)
Cho Y, Whitehead CM, Residential Mobility of Social Tenants and Households Entering Low Cost Home Ownership (LCHO): A Comparison of London and the Northen Regions, Dataspring (2005)
Cho Y, Grant FL, Whitehead CM, Affordable Housing in London: Who Expects to Move and Where?, Housing Corporation (2004)
Marshall D, Kiddle C, Cho Y, Housing C, Snapshot of the RSL Sector in 2000, University of Cambridge, Department of Land Economy (2001)
Hwang S, Cho Y, Shin J, 'Does illiquidity matter in residential properties?'
Applied Economics 49 (1) (2016) pp.1-20
Hwang S, Cho Y, Shin J, 'Household Overconfidence in the UK Housing Market'
Available at SSRN 2784688 (2016) pp.1-43
Brownill S, Cho Y, 'Time to Rebalance Housing Numbers and Affordability'
Town and Country Planning -London- Town and Country Planning Association- 84 (11) (2015) pp.503-507
Cho Y, Whitehead C, 'The immobility of social tenants: is it true? does it matter?'
Journal of Housing and the Built Environment Online (January) (2013) pp.--
Cho Y, Hwang S, Lee Y, 'The dynamics of appraisal smoothing'
Real Estate Economics online (-) (2013) pp.--
ISSN: 1080-8620 eISSN: 1540-6229
Cho Y, Hwang S, Satchell S, 'The optimal mortgage loan portfolio in the uk regional residential real estates'
Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics 45 (3) (2012) pp.645-677
Cho Y, Hwang S, Satchell S, 'The Optimal Mortgage Loan Portfolio in UK Regional Residential Real Estate'
The Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics 45 (3) (2012) pp.645-677
Cho Y, Hwang S, Lee Y, 'The Dynamics of Smoothing: What Drives Appraisal Smoothing?'
Available at SSRN 1921101 (2011)
Cho Y, 'Diversification of Korean housebuilding firms: The pattern and motives between 1980 and 1995'
Habitat International 31 (3) (2007) pp.277-290
Cho Y, 'Housing supply in the UK: Appropriate and Affordable?'
Housing Studies Review 14 (2006) pp.253-278
Cho Y, Whitehead C, 'People and places: Mobility aspirations among London households'
Open House International 30 (3) (2005) pp.45-
Cho Y, 'The organizational boundaries of housebuilding firms in Korea'
Construction Management and Economics 21 (7) (2003) pp.671-680
Cho Y, 'Economic efficiency of multi-product structure: the evidence from Korean housebuilding firms'
Journal of Housing Economics 12 (4) (2003) pp.337-355
Cho Y, 'Different tenures, different households?' in Making housing more affordable: the role of intermediate tenures , Blackwell publishing (2011)
Brownill S, Cho Y, Keivani R, Nase I, Downing L, Valler D, Whitehouse N, Penny Bernstock, 'Rethinking planning obligations: balancing housing numbers and affordability'
(2015) Abstract Website
Cho Y, 'An analysis of uk housebuilding sector's responses to the policy changes'
Hwang S, Cho Y, Shin J, ‘Household Overconfidence in the UK Housing Market’. Submitted to Journal of Real Estate Economics
Cho, R. Keivani and E. Werna (2018) Room for Improvement: How to (Better) Integrate Housing and Labour Markets,
URBANET, September, Available on-line at
Y. Cho, S. Hwang, J, Shin, (2017) Does Illiquidity matter in residential property? Applied Economics 49 (1), 1-20
Brownill S. and Cho Y (2015) Time to Rebalance Housing Numbers and Affordability, Town and Country Planning Vol 84 No 11
Brownill, S. Cho Y, Keivani R, Nase, I, Valler, D, Bernstock, P and Whitehouse, N (2015) Rethinking Planning Obligations; Achieving a balance between housing numbers and affordability, York, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Cho, Y., Hwang. S. and Lee, Y (2014), The dynamics of appraisal smoothing,
Real Estate Economics Vol. 42. No 2.
Cho Y. and Whitehead, C (2013), The immobility of social tenants: is it true? does it matter?, Journal of Housing and Built Environment. Vol. 28, pp 705-726.
Cho, Y., Hwang. S. and Satchell, S. (2012), The optimal mortgage loan portfolio in the UK regional residential real estates,
Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, Vol 45, pp 645-677.
Cho, Y. (2011) The UK housebuilding industry: An analysis of post-Barker structural responses, Oxford Institute for Sustainable Development Working paper, Oxford Brookes University.
Cho, Y, Different tenures, different households, in Whitehead, C.M.E. and Monk, S (Ed) (2010) ,
Making Housing More Affordable: the role of intermediate tenures,
Blackwell publishing & RICS foundation.
Cho, Y. (2009) Government Intervention in Housing Supply: An International comparative Study: England Case Study. For the Korea National Housing Corporation. Seoul. Korea.
Cho, Y. (2008) Shared ownership in UK: the current issues, a consultation paper for Korea National Housing Corporation.
Cho, Y. (2007) Diversification of Korean Housebuilding Firms: The Pattern and Motives between 1980 and 1995,
Cho, Y. (2006) “Housing Supply in the UK: Appropriate and Affordable?”,
Housing Studies Review, Korean Association for Housing Policy Studies, Seoul, 14(2), pp 253-278
Cho, Y. & Whitehead, C. (2006) Low Cost Home Ownership in different housing markets,
Dataspring Discussion Paper.
Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge.
Cho, Y. and C. Whitehead, (2005) People and Places: Mobility Aspirations among London Households,
Open House International,
Marshall, Y. Cho, (2005) Housing Association Service Charges and their Relationship to Rents,
Dataspring Discussion paper
11, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge.
Cho and Whitehead C. (2005) Residential mobility of social tenants and households entering Low Cost Home Ownership(LCHO): A comparison of London and the Northern Regions,
Dataspring Discussion Paper 10, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge.
Cho and Whitehead C. (2005) Regional and sub-regional analyses: residential mobility of social tenants and those entering LCHO in the North regions,
Dataspring Discussion Paper 9, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge.
Y.Cho and Whitehead C, (2005) Affordable housing in London: Mobility and locational aspirations, Evidence from the London Household Survey 2002.
Dataspring Discussion Paper 8, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge.
Cho, K. Karley, C.ME.Whitehead, (2004) RSL Rents: Evidence from the Existing Tenants Survey 2000,
Dataspring Discussion Paper 6. Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge.
Cho, Y. and C. Whitehead, (2004)
Who Moves and Where? : A Comparison of Housing Association Tenants in London and the Northern regions, Housing Corporation, Sector Study 40.
Cho, Y., F. Grant and C. Whitehead, (2004 ) Affordable
Housing in London: Who Expects to Move and Where, Housing Corporation, Sector Study 39.
Cho, Y. (2003) Economic Efficiency of Multiproduct Structure: The Evidence of Korean Housebuilding Firms,
the Journal of Housing Economics, 12 (4), pp. 337-355.
Cho, Y. (2003) The Organisational Boundaries of Housebuilding Firms in Korea,
Construction Management and Economics, 21 (7). pp.671-680.
Whitehead, Y. Cho, (2003) Who moves and why?: patterns of mobility in the housing association sector in London. Sector Study 25, Housing Corporation, London.
Kencey, D. Banks, Y. Cho, (2002)
Report on Population, Incomes and Rents, Anchor Housing Corporation.
Jones, Y. Cho (2002)
Rents, Income and Affordability in Windsor and Maidenhead, CCHPR, University of Cambridge.