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Kimhur, Boram (author)
When correcting policies to tackle rising housing inequality, certain principles of housing justice are necessary. Recently, the capability approach to justice has attracted the attention of housing scholars, as promising guidance to compensate for problems in conventional policy approaches. However, the practicality of its policy application...
journal article 2022
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Hoekstra, J.S.C.M. (author)
This paper makes a plea for a new form of international comparative housing research, in which not countries (national housing regimes) but cities or regions (local housing regimes) are the unit of analysis. Why do we need such a new comparative research approach? How can a local housing regime be conceptualised? By answering these questions,...
journal article 2020
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Costarelli, I.S. (author), Kleinhans, R.J. (author), Mugnano, Silvia (author)
Governments’ attempts to link the provision of welfare services to (more) responsible self-conduct of citizens (i.e. responsibilization) is seen as a distinctive feature of the post-welfare state. Responsibilization often requires welfare receivers to comply with specific duties or behavioural patterns (i.e. conditionality). Except for UK-based...
journal article 2020
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Hoekstra, J.S.C.M. (author)
International comparative housing research usually takes countries as a unit of analysis. Studies in the field typically connect housing outcomes at the national level to national welfare state and housing regimes. However, as a result of both supranational developments (globalization, financialization, neoliberalization, European Union...
conference paper 2019
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Mullins, David (author), Milligan, Vivienne (author), Nieboer, N.E.T. (author)
This paper presents results from the first international comparative study of non-profit housing organizations in Australia, England and the Netherlands to engage with panels of organizational leaders. The study uses a ‘modified Delphi method’ with Likert-type scaled surveys, followed by in-depth interviews. The paper introduces the concept...
journal article 2018
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Lennartz, C. (author)
In the context of shifting regulatory approaches and changing provision structures in many Western rental housing systems, the notion of competition between social and private rental housing has received increasing attention from practitioners and academic researchers. This thesis explores and theorises the concept of inter-tenure competition in...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Lennartz, C. (author)
In the context of shifting regulatory approaches and changing provision structures in many Western rental housing systems, the notion of competition between social and private rental housing has received increasing attention from practitioners and academic researchers. This thesis explores and theorises the concept of inter-tenure competition in...
book 2013
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Lennartz, C. (author)
Governments in many countries have required social housing providers to operate more marketorientated and engage in commercial activities. Conversely, public authorities in some countries have tried to strengthen the role of the private rental sector in the provision of housing for lowincome households and homeless people. As a result, the once...
conference paper 2011
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Minh Nguyen, Q. (author)
The global economic crisis has left a negative impact on Vietnam’s economy since mid 2008. Consequently, the building industry – particularly the urban housing market as an integral part of it – has been strongly affected. However, it is also a “rare” occasion to reinvestigate the housing policy as well as the housing mechanism in a wider...
conference paper 2010
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