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Weulen Kranenberg, Dirk (author)
The Dutch housing market has a shortage and especially a shortage in its middle-segment between, low-income, social housing, and higher-income, homeownership. Because of this, municipalities have become more active in creating middle-segment housing, but most Dutch municipalities have few land positions which has urged them to create middle...
master thesis 2022
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Liu, Yi (author), Yang, W. (author)
The Chinese central government has recognized that village-government networks are promising for the sustainable development of rural villages. Though many local governments tend to deploy various hands-on or hand-off governance tools to influence the sustainable development of village-governance networks, the number of villages successfully...
journal article 2019
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Van Bortel, G.A. (author)
Housing associations have an important role to play in supporting vulnerable neighbourhoods. This is one of the findings from Gerard van Bortel’s research entitled Networks and Fault Lines, which examines the role of housing associations in the decision-making processes of neighbourhood strategy. Van Bortel studied decision-making processes and...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Haffner, M.E.A. (author), Elsinga, M. (author)
Urban renewal in the Netherlands has become a matter of ‘networking’. Housing associations, Dutch social landlords, became financially independent in the 1990s and have a responsibility in urban renewal. It is a joint responsibility in which local authority, social landlord and tenants are dependent on each other. This situation is rather new...
journal article 2009
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