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Souaid, C. (author)
This thesis examines the potential of small, low-carbon, (near) zero-energy dwellings as a solution that would both address sustainability challenges and answer to the growing housing shortage in North-West Europe. It adopts a multidimensional outlook that encompasses institutional, social and technical aspects surrounding the dwellings. The...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Veerhoek, Evy (author)
<i>"First-time buyer has a chance to buy only 3 percent of owner-occupied dwellings in the Netherlands”</i> (NOS, 2023). </p><p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0cm 0cm 8pt; font-size: 11pt; font-family: Calibri, sans-serif;...
master thesis 2024
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Spoormans, L.G.K. (author), Pereira Roders, A. (author), Czischke, D.K. (author), de Jonge, W. (author)
In the last century, the concept of what can be heritage has expanded in definition, opening to everyday architecture and living environments. More recently, the group of stakeholders to be involved in heritage assessment and management has slowly grown, with authorities acknowledging that heritage significance lies in the representation and...
journal article 2023
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Kok, Bram (author)
Ageing is a demographic development in the Netherlands that leads to an increasing amount of older households. Most people aged 55 years and older do not want to move or cannot find a house that meets their demand. This<br/>is expected to block the housing flow and increase the already existing mismatch on the housing market, which will lead to...
master thesis 2021
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Bons, Marjolein (author)
The Corona crisis highly affected socio-economic circumstances, and this was expected to have changed housing preferences. Understanding what needs to be built in quality in addition to quantity is key to a sustainable housing market. Hence, this thesis researched whether and how housing preferences of (aspiring) owner occupiers in the Dutch...
master thesis 2021
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Koesen, Anne (author)
Due to several factors, under which the widespread flexibilization in the job market and the fact that it ended up becoming more difficult to take out a mortgage, middle-income households ended up not having access to owner-occupied housing in Dutch urban areas. Also, middle-income households’ incomes are too high to qualify for the social...
master thesis 2021
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Newton, C.E.L. (author), Maes, Nele (author), Verstraete, Jana (author)
The impact of COVID-19 on urban life and cities has been increasingly discussed over the last months. Academics, civil society organisations, policy makers and journalists have reflected on how this exceptional situation impacts cities, urban life, and people’s lives in general. A wide range of perspectives emerged in these contributions in the...
report 2020
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Jansen, S.J.T. (author)
There are two ongoing trends that lead to changing preferences for the built environment. One concerns a demographic transition into more but smaller, and older, households. The other concerns greater possibilities to satisfy residential preferences due to rising incomes and technological advances. The current study explores the preference...
journal article 2020
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Binnekamp, Bart (author)
Policy reforms in response to the crisis were initially expected to dampen future house price increases. Instead, the Dutch owner-occupied housing market has overheated not even five years after its recovery. As this could indicate a structural change in the housing demand of households, models were estimated using logistic regression analysis...
master thesis 2019
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Coolen, H.C.C.H. (author)
journal article 2015
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Van Middelkoop, M. (author), Boumeester, H.J.F.M. (author)
Quantitative theories and approaches have been dominant in a variety of disciplines. In this contribution, we will explore an alternative approach: decision tables, i.c. sets of decision rules extracted from an existing data set using a CHAID-based algorithm, that focus on conditions and states leading to particular actions or decisions. These...
report 2014
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Coolen, H. (author), Meesters, J. (author)
There is an increased demand for more dwelling space in Western countries. In the Netherlands, this is expressed as an overwhelming preference for a single-family dwelling with a garden. In contrast to these consumer preferences, governments pursue a compact-city agenda, which implies high-density and mixed-use cities. This gap between consumer...
journal article 2012
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Ouwehand, A. (author), Doff, W. (author)
At the turn of the century the supposed change from a supply oriented to a demand oriented housing market and the increasing complexity of the multicultural society have boosted the development and application of lifestyle research in the domain of housing in the Netherlands. Lifestyle is expected to provide a surplus value compared to more...
conference paper 2011
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Meesters, J. (author)
For some decades governments in Europe, the US and Australia promote compact city concepts, to achieve more sustainable patterns of travel and reduce energy use. For over 30 years spatial planning policies of the Dutch government are aimed at implementing compact urbanization in various forms. In contrast to the promoted high density urban...
conference paper 2009
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Coolen, H.C.C.H. (author)
This study is about the meaning of dwelling features. It relates the research areas of housing preferences and the meaning of a dwelling with each other and with aspects of the means-end approach as applied in marketing research. It results in a conceptual and methodological framework for studying the meaning of preferences for dwelling features...
doctoral thesis 2008
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Vestergaard, H. (author)
Workshop 1. Session B. Abstract. This paper is an essay on the development and position of single-family housing on the Danish housing market. Homeownership in the form of single-family suburban housing has generally been in high demand at the same time as it has been a source of worry and discussion. The paper outlines the background for single...
conference paper 2006
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Kersloot, J. (author), Kauko, T. (author)
Increased affluence and individual lifestyles have widely spread across western countries in recent decades. We expect this development to coincide with the use of more qualitative and more disaggregated research methods (the so called Mode 2 research methods) because these tools enable coping with a growing diversity of housing preferences....
journal article 2004
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