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Cortés Urra, V.A. (author), Ersoy, A. (author), Czischke, D.K. (author), Gruis, V.H. (author)
In recent decades, various programs have been developed as part of Chile’s housing policies to respond to the housing deficit. Most policies have so far focused on addressing the quantitative, qualitative, and urban deficits, neglecting the social dimension of housing. At the same time, the concept of collaborative housing has been referred to...
journal article 2024
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Oates, L.E. (author), Datey, Abhijit (author), Sudmant, Andrew (author), Gillard, Ross (author), Gouldson, Andy (author)
Current approaches to the provision of shelter, largely driven by national governments and/or the commercial private sector, continue to fall short of what is needed to reduce housing deficits. The number of people without access to adequate housing continues to grow, especially in cities of the Global South. Increasing attention is being paid...
journal article 2024
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de Veth, Max (author)
student report 2023
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Cortés Urra, V.A. (author), Czischke, D.K. (author), Gruis, V.H. (author)
After decades of battling the quantitative and qualitative housing deficits, Latin American countries are seeing new types of challenges in housing. Neoliberal policies favouring individual (low-cost) homeownership have weakened social trust and solidarity between neighbours, and some housing areas face poor urban amenities. An example of this...
journal article 2023
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Kimhur, Boram (author)
Housing inequality is a growing concern in our society. In recent decades, this inequality has been exacerbated by the phenomenon of housing being financialized and commodified as a means for wealth accumulation. Management of financial institutions and housing markets has become the centre of attention in policy discussion. The questions of how...
doctoral thesis 2022
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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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Isenia Bustamante, Hillary (author)
Despite the fact that everyone has the right to adequate housing, this fundamental human right has become a critical manner in several European Union (EU) nations, especially in the Netherlands (OHCHR, 2009; Rosenfeld, 2015; European Parliament, 2020). Despite being the largest social sector in Europe, accounting for approximately 30% of the...
master thesis 2022
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Jahan Robaie, Mahsa (author)
The Netherlands is currently facing a shortage of affordable housing, specifically for middle-income households. These households with too much income to qualify for social housing but not enough to buy a home tend to squeeze into the free rental market increasingly. Housing specifically targeted at this group is known as intermediate housing,...
master thesis 2022
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Boelhouwer, P.J. (author), van der Heijden, H.M.H. (author)
Mede als gevolg van grote problemen op de woningmarkt en in het bijzonder het grote woningtekort is er tegenwoordig weer veel aandacht voor het wonen in zowel de pers als de politiek. Na een jarenlange focus op meer marktwerking en decentralisatie lijkt de rijksoverheid recent weer bereid om meer verantwoordelijkheid te nemen. In deze bijdrage...
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Jonkman, Arend (author)
This paper discusses the impact of the Dutch housing-policy reforms since 2011 in terms of housing opportunities for middle-income households in Amsterdam. The paper ends with a call to focus on securing affordable housing opportunities for different groups instead of a focus on market dynamism and responsiveness. While promoting affordable...
report 2021
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van den Bos, Vicky (author)
Housing affordability is a topic of all times, however, on the current Dutch housing market it is an increasing urgency and thus increasingly harder to find to many Dutch households. The housing shortage, combined with the booming economy, are causing housing prices to rise relatively fast. Although the housing market is pressured in many...
master thesis 2020
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van der Putte, Lieve (author)
The shortage of housing stock in The Netherlands is one of the major societal issues at present. It is predominantly the people who want to enter the housing market for the first time, the so-called ‘starters’, who face severe problems due to a lack of stock and suitable dwellings. This problem is manifest in the rental as well as in the owner...
master thesis 2020
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Cornago Bonal, I. (author)
The article discusses the central role that housing is playing during the COVID-19 pandemic, specifically in the context of Spain.<br/>First, it argues that, during the lockdown, housing has changed from being regarded a right to almost a duty. It questions the implications of such renewed consideration in terms of housing conditions, policy,...
report 2020
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Elsinga, M.G. (author), Hoekstra, J.S.C.M. (author), Sedighi, S.M.A. (author), Taebi, B. (author)
A perusal of the literature on housing debates reveals that the term ‘value’ is mostly applied to express the financial value of a house and is dealt with in economic literature. However, an alternative meaning of the word ‘value’ in the housing literature can be found in research into the values underlying housing preferences, applying research...
journal article 2020
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Jonkman, Arend (author)
Housing policy changes in the Netherlands have been in line with OECD and IMF policy advice to increase market dynamism by downsizing the large social rental sector. The impact of such policies on households, however, is rarely acknowledged. Therefore, in this article, distributive effects on social housing tenants in Amsterdam between 2004 and...
journal article 2020
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Kimhur, Boram (author)
Housing has played a significant role in increasing inequality. It has been financialised and losing its human and social dimensions. A critical review of housing policy directions is needed to explore a new housing approach. This article revisits the underpinning perspectives of housing policy discussions through the lens of the capability...
journal article 2020
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Kimhur, Boram (author)
journal article 2020
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Elsinga, M.G. (author)
This contribution is a reflection on the critical analysis of Mark Stephens of the theoretical work on housing systems by Jim Kemeny. It concludes that the analysis of Stephens is a great incentive to continue the debate on housing and welfare started by Kemeny. The core of the review is that Stephens focusses on the so-called maturation of...
journal article 2020
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Kimhur, Boram (author)
The paper explores an idea for framing housing justice with the capability approach, and how the housing justice framework can guide for the inequality reduction in housing. The changes in the world – such as the growth of wealth inequality, housing financialisation, and the rise of the precariat – indicate that the traditional welfare state...
abstract 2019
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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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