In response to many requests, I have uploaded my Economics Masters thesis for people to read.
This thesis was written in the 2018/19 during the second year of my two year course at Oxford. Nowadays, it almost compulsory for economics papers to be extremely mathematical, and this paper was written in that style. That is to say, much of the paper will be impossible to understand for anyone without a formal background in maths/economics, and very difficult to understand for even those WITH such a backgound.
That said, chapters 1, 2, 3 and 8, as well as the preface, are written in English and should be understandable.
In general, the paper looks at how wealth inequality can affect the affordability of assets, and also interrogates a little bit (especially in chapter one), why these dynamics are so little spoken about in modern economics, and why they are almost never incorporated in the presently fashionable models.
As I’ve said, this is uploaded in response to requests and is probably not recommended for people without advanced training in maths or economics. For all other people, please enjoy the rest of the website which is designed to be easy to read and understand for all people regardless of background.
Thanks and good luck,