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2012 - 2023

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Volume 38, issue 2, 2023

Generation Rent and housing precarity in ‘post crisis’ Ireland pp. 181-205 Downloads
Richard Waldron
The determinants of homeownership affordability in Greater Sydney: evidence from a submarket analysis pp. 206-232 Downloads
Mustapha Bangura and Chyi Lin Lee
War of family defence? Moral economies of property investors in urban China pp. 233-249 Downloads
Yini Shi
Housing rights, homelessness prevention and a paradox of bureaucracy? pp. 250-268 Downloads
Hannah Browne Gott, Peter K. Mackie and Edith England
The resilience of social rental housing in the United Kingdom, Sweden and Denmark. How institutions matter pp. 269-289 Downloads
Timothy Blackwell and Bo Bengtsson
Understanding after-housing disposable income effects on rising inequality pp. 290-306 Downloads
Ilan Wiesel, Liss Ralston and Wendy Stone
The experience of precarity: low-paid economic migrants’ housing in Manchester pp. 307-326 Downloads
Melanie Lombard
Governing disassembly in Indigenous housing pp. 327-346 Downloads
Liam Grealy
Against the Commons. A Radical History of Urban Planning pp. 347-348 Downloads
Simone Tulumello
The fringes of citizenship: Romani minorities in Europe and civic marginalisation pp. 349-350 Downloads
Ryan Powell

Volume 38, issue 1, 2022

COVID-19 and the meaning of home: how the pandemic triggered new thinking on housing pp. 1-7 Downloads
Cameron Parsell and Hal Pawson
Understanding responses to homelessness during COVID-19: an examination of Australia pp. 8-21 Downloads
Cameron Parsell, Andrew Clarke and Ella Kuskoff
Media representations of social housing before and during COVID-19: the changing face of the socially excluded pp. 22-43 Downloads
Ella Kuskoff, Chris Buchanan, Christine Ablaza, Cameron Parsell and Francisco Perales
Young people and housing transitions during COVID-19: navigating co-residence with parents and housing autonomy pp. 44-64 Downloads
Justyna Kajta, Paula Pustulka and Jowita Radzińska
Collaborative housing communities through the COVID-19 pandemic: rethinking governance and mutuality pp. 65-83 Downloads
Misa Izuhara, Karen West, Jim Hudson, Melissa Fernández Arrigoitia and Kath Scanlon
Experiencing housing precarity in the private rental sector during the covid-19 pandemic: the case of Ireland pp. 84-106 Downloads
Richard Waldron
Policy movement in housing research: a critical interpretative synthesis pp. 107-127 Downloads
Adriana Mihaela Soaita, Alex Marsh and Kenneth Gibb
Effects of housing vouchers on the long-term exposure to neighbourhood opportunity among low-income families: the moving to opportunity experiment pp. 128-151 Downloads
Huiyun Kim, Nicole M. Schmidt, Theresa L. Osypuk, Naomi Thyden and David Rehkopf
Widening the gap: the differential impact of COVID-19 on tenants and homeowners pp. 152-175 Downloads
Stijn Dreesen and Kristof Heylen
Rentier capitalism and its discontents: power, morality and resistance in Central Asia pp. 176-177 Downloads
Yunpeng Zhang
The paradox of urban revitalization: progress and poverty in America’s post-industrial era pp. 178-180 Downloads
David P. Varady

Volume 37, issue 10, 2022

Drivers of housing (un)affordability in the advanced economies: a review and new evidence pp. 1739-1752 Downloads
Yeonhwa Lee, Peter A. Kemp and Vincent J. Reina
Local power and the location of subsidized renters in comparative perspective: public support for low- and moderate-income households in the United States, France, and the United Kingdom pp. 1753-1781 Downloads
Yonah Freemark and Justin Steil
Land and the housing affordability crisis: landowner and developer strategies in Luxembourg’s facilitative planning context pp. 1782-1799 Downloads
Antoine Paccoud, Markus Hesse, Tom Becker and Magdalena Górczyńska
Affordability through design: the role of building costs in collaborative housing pp. 1800-1820 Downloads
Sara Lia Brysch and Darinka Czischke
Racial disparity in exposure to housing cost burden in the United States: 1980–2017 pp. 1821-1841 Downloads
Chris Hess, Gregg Colburn, Kyle Crowder and Ryan Allen
Housing affordability and mental health: an analysis of generational change pp. 1842-1857 Downloads
Rebecca Bentley, Emma Baker, Richard Ronald, Aaron Reeves, Susan J. Smith, Koen Simons and Kate Mason
Measuring residential satisfaction over time: results from a unique long-term study of a large housing estate pp. 1858-1876 Downloads
Sigrun Kabisch, Janine Poessneck, Max Soeding and Uwe Schlink
The challenge of low-income housing quality in Latin American cities: lessons from two decades of housing policies in Bogotá pp. 1877-1895 Downloads
Juan G. Yunda, Olga Ceballos-Ramos and Milena Rincón-Castellanos
Housing options for women leaving domestic violence: the limitations of rental subsidy models pp. 1896-1915 Downloads
Hazel Blunden and Kathleen Flanagan
The poor side of town and why we need it pp. 1916-1918 Downloads
David P. Varady
Loving orphaned space: the art and science of belonging to earth pp. 1918-1920 Downloads
Ifigeneia Dimitrakou

Volume 37, issue 9, 2022

Inter-generational differences, immigration, and housing tenure: Hong Kong 1996–2016 pp. 1523-1545 Downloads
Si-Ming Li and Huimin Du
Home in the big city: does place of origin affect homeownership among the post-80s generation in Shanghai pp. 1546-1565 Downloads
Junru Cui, Can Cui, Xueying Mu and Pu Hao
Tehran’s house price ripple effects in Iran: application of bootstrap asymmetric panel granger non-causality in the frequency domain pp. 1566-1597 Downloads
Omid Ranjbar, Hassan Gholipour Fereidouni, Behnaz Saboori and Tsangyao Chang
Housing and health for people with refugee- and asylum-seeking backgrounds: a photovoice study in Australia pp. 1598-1624 Downloads
Clemence Due, Anna Ziersch, Moira Walsh and Emily Duivesteyn
Understanding the effects of school catchment areas and households with children in ethnic residential segregation pp. 1625-1649 Downloads
Timo M. Kauppinen, Maarten van Ham and Venla Bernelius
Need for shelter, demand for housing, desire for home: a psychoanalytic reading of home-making in Vancouver pp. 1650-1668 Downloads
Lucas Pohl, Carolin Genz, Ilse Helbrecht and Janina Dobrusskin
Homelessness prevention and determinants of housing among first-time and recurrent emergency shelter users in Canada pp. 1669-1685 Downloads
Xuyang Chen, Ian Cooper and Jacqueline Rivier
Displacement and estate demolition: multi-scalar place attachment among relocated social housing residents in London pp. 1686-1710 Downloads
Paul Watt
Multiple home ownership during market transition in China: longitudinal analysis of institutional factors pp. 1711-1733 Downloads
Chengdong Yi, Jianyu Ren, Youqin Huang and Shuping Wu
Post-war homelessness policy in the UK: making and implementation pp. 1734-1735 Downloads
Kit Colliver
Informality through sustainability: urban informality now pp. 1736-1738 Downloads
Ha Minh Hai Thai

Volume 37, issue 8, 2022

Spillover effects in neighborhood housing value change: a spatial analysis pp. 1303-1330 Downloads
Hee-Jung Jun
Ethnicity, racism and housing: discourse analysis of New Zealand housing research pp. 1331-1349 Downloads
Adele N. Norris and Gauri Nandedkar
Safe havens: overseas housing speculation and opportunity zones pp. 1350-1378 Downloads
Jae-Yong Chung and Kevin Carpenter
Policy failure or f***up: homelessness and welfare reform in England pp. 1379-1395 Downloads
Chris O’Leary and Tom Simcock
Overlap of migrants' housing and neighbourhood mobility pp. 1396-1421 Downloads
Karin Torpan, Anastasia Sinitsyna, Anneli Kährik, Timo M. Kauppinen and Tiit Tammaru
Insecure tenure in Amsterdam: who rents with a temporary lease, and why? A baseline from 2015 pp. 1422-1445 Downloads
Carla J. Huisman and Clara H. Mulder
My home, my castle: meanings of home ownership in multigenerational housing pp. 1446-1464 Downloads
Adéla Souralová and Michaela Žáková
Do social protests affect housing and land-use policies? The case of the Israeli social protests of 2011 and their impact on statutory reforms pp. 1465-1496 Downloads
Nir Yona Mualam and David Max
Neighbourhood satisfaction in rural resettlement residential communities: the case of Suqian, China pp. 1497-1518 Downloads
Xing Gao, Zijia Wang, Mengqiu Cao, Yuqi Liu, Yuerong Zhang, Meiling Wu and Yue Qiu
The commons in an age of uncertainty: Decolonizing nature, economy, and society pp. 1519-1520 Downloads
Amanda Huron
Affordable housing preservation in Washington DC: a framework for local funding, collaborative governance and community organizing for change pp. 1520-1522 Downloads
David P. Varady

Volume 37, issue 7, 2022

Housing tenure and educational opportunity in the Paris metropolitan area pp. 1079-1099 Downloads
Quentin Ramond and Marco Oberti
The changing shape of provision for rough sleepers: from conditionality to care pp. 1100-1123 Downloads
Sadie Parr
Social housing after neo-liberalism: new forms of state-driven welfare intervention toward social renters pp. 1124-1146 Downloads
Cameron Parsell, Lynda Cheshire, Zoe Walter and Andrew Clarke
Complex needs in homelessness practice: a review of ‘new markets of vulnerability’ pp. 1147-1173 Downloads
Rachael Dobson
Nuancing the international debate on social mix: evidence from Copenhagen pp. 1174-1197 Downloads
Sónia Alves
An assessment of the spatial efficiency of tax benefits for home mortgages in Belgium pp. 1198-1224 Downloads
Guillaume Xhignesse and Gerlinde Verbist
Improving the management of common property in multi-owned residential buildings: lessons from Auckland, New Zealand pp. 1225-1249 Downloads
Deborah Levy, Harvey C. Perkins and Danli Ge
Solving puzzles in the Canadian housing market: foreign ownership and de-coupling in Toronto and Vancouver pp. 1250-1273 Downloads
Joshua C. Gordon
Small and medium multifamily housing: affordability and availability pp. 1274-1297 Downloads
Brian Y. An, Raphael W. Bostic, Andrew Jakabovics, Anthony W. Orlando and Seva Rodnyansky
Shaking up the city: ignorance, inequality, and the urban question pp. 1298-1299 Downloads
Aysegul Can
Global migration beyond limits: ecology, economics and political economy pp. 1299-1301 Downloads
Vera Messing

Volume 37, issue 6, 2022

Towards a global housing studies: beyond dichotomy, normativity and common abstraction pp. 837-846 Downloads
Ryan Powell and AbdouMaliq Simone
The financialisation of housing by numbers: Brazilian real estate developers since the Lulist era pp. 847-867 Downloads
Lucia Shimbo, Fabrice Bardet and José Baravelli
Planned illegality, permanent temporariness, and strategic philanthropy: tenement towns under extended urbanisation of postmetropolitan Delhi pp. 868-888 Downloads
Nitin Bathla
Speculative cities: housing and value conversions in Maputo, Mozambique pp. 889-909 Downloads
Morten Nielsen
(Im)mobility at the margins: low-income households’ experiences of peripheral resettlement in India and South Africa pp. 910-931 Downloads
Glyn Williams, Sarah Charlton, Karen Coelho, Darshini Mahadevia and Paula Meth
Infrastructural citizenship: conceiving, producing and disciplining people and place via public housing, from Cape Town to Stoke-on-Trent pp. 932-954 Downloads
Charlotte Lemanski
Struggles for the decommodification of housing: the politics of housing cooperatives in Uruguay and Switzerland pp. 955-974 Downloads
Jennifer Duyne Barenstein, Philippe Koch, Daniela Sanjines, Carla Assandri, Cecilia Matonte, Daniela Osorio and Gerardo Sarachu
The “Souths” of the “Wests”. Southern critique and comparative housing studies in Southern Europe and USA pp. 975-996 Downloads
Simone Tulumello
A sense of absence: Resituating housing vacancy in post-crisis Athens pp. 997-1014 Downloads
Ifigeneia Dimitrakou
Re-thinking housing through assemblages: Lessons from a Deleuzean visit to an informal settlement in Dhaka pp. 1015-1034 Downloads
Tanzil Shafique
Digital informalisation: rental housing, platforms, and the management of risk pp. 1035-1053 Downloads
Mara Ferreri and Romola Sanyal
Towards a relational and comparative rather than a contrastive global housing studies pp. 1054-1072 Downloads
Manuel B. Aalbers
Architecture in global socialism: Eastern Europe, West Africa, and the Middle East in the Cold War pp. 1073-1075 Downloads
Franklin Obeng-Odoom
Charity and poverty in advanced welfare states pp. 1075-1077 Downloads
Lutfun Nahar Lata

Volume 37, issue 5, 2022

Homeless without benefits: the non-take-up problem pp. 673-692 Downloads
Shmulik Szeintuch
Neighbourhood at the crossroads: differentiation in residential change and gentrification in a post-socialist inner-city neighbourhood pp. 693-719 Downloads
Jan Sýkora and Petra Špačková
School choice and school segregation in the context of gentrifying Amsterdam pp. 720-741 Downloads
Willem Rogier Boterman
Prefab micro-units as a strategy for affordable housing pp. 742-768 Downloads
William Riggs, Menka Sethi, Wesley L. Meares and David Batstone
A politics of care in urban public housing: housing precarity amongst Yolŋu renal patients in Darwin pp. 769-788 Downloads
Stefanie Puszka
Conceptualizing the connections of formal and informal housing markets in low- and middle-income countries pp. 789-808 Downloads
Sukriti Issar
Did state-socialism restrict self-build in the semiperiphery? The case of Hungary pp. 809-830 Downloads
Bence Kováts
The new politics of home: housing, gender and care in times of crisis pp. 831-832 Downloads
Ella Horton
Scotland’s rural home: nine stories about contemporary architecture pp. 833-835 Downloads
Paul Jenkins

Volume 37, issue 4, 2022

Housing wealth and aged care: asset-based welfare in practice in three OECD countries pp. 511-536 Downloads
Gavin A. Wood, Rachel Ong and Marietta E. A. Haffner
Staying in place: narratives of middle-income renter immobility in New York City pp. 537-555 Downloads
Rebecca Marie Shakespeare
Valuing energy solutions in the housing markets: the role of market devices and real estate agents pp. 556-577 Downloads
Mikko Jalas and Jenny Rinkinen
Housing transformation, rent gap and gentrification in Ghana’s traditional houses: Insight from compound houses in Bantama, Kumasi pp. 578-604 Downloads
Lewis Abedi Asante and Richmond Juvenile Ehwi
Social housing in Flanders: best value for society from social housing associations or social rental agencies? pp. 605-623 Downloads
Sien Winters and Katleen Van den Broeck
Re-politicizing financial regulation: a sociological analysis of the debate on loan-to-value regulation in Norway pp. 624-643 Downloads
Trond Løyning
Owning vs. Renting: the benefits of residential stability? pp. 644-667 Downloads
Arthur Acolin
Missing Middle Housing: Thinking Big and Building Small to Respond to Today’s Housing Crisis pp. 668-669 Downloads
David Allatt
The fall and rise of social housing: 100 years on 20 estates pp. 669-671 Downloads
Tony Manzi

Volume 37, issue 3, 2022

What's wrong with investment apartments? On the construction of a ‘financialized’ rental investment product in Vienna pp. 355-375 Downloads
Anita Aigner
Housing wealth and consumption among elderly Japanese pp. 376-392 Downloads
Shinichiro Iwata and Norifumi Yukutake
Ethical action in the age of austerity: cases of care in two community land trusts pp. 393-413 Downloads
Claire Cahen, Erin Lilli and Susan Saegert
The housing pathways of lesbian and gay youth and intergenerational family relations: a Southern European perspective pp. 414-434 Downloads
Cesare Di Feliciantonio and Myrto Dagkouly-Kyriakoglou
Embracing market and civic actor participation in public rental housing governance: new insights about power distribution pp. 435-458 Downloads
Juan Yan, Marietta Haffner and Marja Elsinga
Performing the ‘good tenant’ pp. 459-482 Downloads
Emma R. Power and Charles Gillon
Tenure insecurity, precarious housing and hidden homelessness among older renters in New Zealand pp. 483-505 Downloads
Beverley Lorraine James, Laura Bates, Tara Michelle Coleman, Robin Kearns and Fiona Cram
Boyle heights: how a Los Angeles neighborhood became the future of American democracy pp. 506-507 Downloads
David P. Varady
From improvement to city planning: spatial management in Cincinnati from the early republic through the civil war decade pp. 508-509 Downloads
Jason Slade

Volume 37, issue 2, 2022

Home making without a home: dwelling practices and routines among people experiencing homelessness pp. 183-188 Downloads
J. Lenhard, L. Coulomb and A. Miranda-Nieto
The refugee camp as urban housing pp. 189-211 Downloads
Ayham Dalal
Making home? Permitted and prohibited place-making in youth homeless accommodation pp. 212-231 Downloads
Jennifer Hoolachan
‘My home is my people’ homemaking among rough sleepers in Leipzig, Germany pp. 232-249 Downloads
Luisa T. Schneider
The economy of hot air – habiter, warmth and security among homeless people at the Gare du Nord in Paris pp. 250-271 Downloads
Johannes Lenhard
Governing homeless mothers: the unmaking of home and family pp. 272-291 Downloads
Emma Bimpson, Sadie Parr and Kesia Reeve
Surviving in the post-repatriation era: home-making strategies of homeless people in post-socialist China pp. 292-314 Downloads
Jinwei Hao, Jin Zhu and Sian Thompson
Making home or making do: a critical look at homemaking without a home pp. 315-331 Downloads
Nicholas Pleace, Eoin O’Sullivan and Guy Johnson
Homemaking among the ‘chronically homeless’: a critical policy ethnography of Housing First pp. 332-349 Downloads
Dahlia Namian
Broken cities: inside the global housing crisis pp. 350-351 Downloads
Paul Jenkins
Estate regeneration and its discontents: public housing, place and inequality in London pp. 352-354 Downloads
David P. Varady

Volume 37, issue 1, 2022

Credit expansion and socio-economic heterogeneity of debtors in foreclosure: the case of Sweden 2000–2014 pp. 1-25 Downloads
Mikael Lundholm
Tenure type mixing and segregation pp. 26-49 Downloads
Eva K Andersson, Thomas Wimark and Bo Malmberg
Responsiveness of sub-divided unit tenants’ housing consumption to income: a study of Hong Kong informal housing pp. 50-72 Downloads
Ka Man Leung, Chung Yim Yiu and Kin-kwok Lai
The mechanics of housing collectivism: how forms and functions affect affordability pp. 73-102 Downloads
Tom Archer
The role of biographies in determining recovery in Housing First pp. 103-123 Downloads
Christopher Parker
Secure occupancy, power and the landlord-tenant relation: a qualitative exploration of the Irish private rental sector pp. 124-142 Downloads
Michael Byrne and Rachel McArdle
Housing price bubbles in Greater Sydney: evidence from a submarket analysis pp. 143-178 Downloads
Mustapha Bangura and Chyi Lin Lee
Urban warfare: housing under the empire of finance pp. 179-181 Downloads
Stuart Hodkinson
Planning and knowledge: how new forms of technocracy are shaping contemporary cities pp. 181-182 Downloads
Malcolm Tait
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