School quality and income segregation in London: Their response to macro news through house prices
Examining the effect of macroeconomic shocks on school quality and income segregation through the house pricing channel in London
The effects of monetary policy shocks on communities are well documented globally. This study looks to examine how macroeconomic shocks generate school quality and income segregation through the house pricing channel in London. With a focus on small areas with an average of approximately 1500 residents or 650 households, this research aims to analyse the redistributive impact of macroeconomic policies on London neighbourhoods. It hopes to shed light on how monetary policy contributes to drivers of inequality, segregation in housing, income and educational attainment.