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European Journal of Housing Policy

2001 - 2009

Continued by International Journal of Housing Policy.

Current editor(s): Mark Stephens

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Volume 9, issue 4, 2009

Editorial pp. 363-364 Downloads
Suzanne Fitzpatrick
Mortgage Equity Withdrawal in Australia and Britain: Towards a Wealth-fare State? pp. 365-389 Downloads
Sharon Parkinson, Beverley Searle, Susan Smith, Alice Stoakes and Gavin Wood
Housing and Urban Regeneration Experiences and Critical Remarks Dealing with Turin pp. 391-410 Downloads
Francesca Governa and Silvia Saccomani
Second Generation Stock Transfers in Britain: Impacts on Social Housing Governance and Organisational Culture pp. 411-433 Downloads
Hal Pawson and Robert Smith
Attitudes of Owners and Renters in a Deprived Neighbourhood pp. 435-455 Downloads
Jürgen Friedrichs and Jörg Blasius
Towards a Better Balance on the Dutch Housing Market? Analysis and Policy Propositions pp. 457-475 Downloads
Peter Boelhouwer and Joris Hoekstra
A Review of “The Future of Social Housing” pp. 477-479 Downloads
Claire Lévy-Vroelant
A Review of “Conceptualising Home: Theories, Laws and Policies” pp. 480-482 Downloads
Sarah Blandy and Caroline Hunter
A Review of “Social Housing in Europe II: A Review of Policies and Outcomes” pp. 482-485 Downloads
Axel Pohn-Weidinger
A Review of “Housing Market Renewal and Social Class” pp. 485-487 Downloads
Reinout Kleinhans
A Review of “The Ideology of Home Ownership: Homeowner Societies and the Role of Housing” pp. 488-490 Downloads
Caroline Dewilde

Volume 9, issue 3, 2009

Substitutability between Social and Market Renting in Four European Countries pp. 241-258 Downloads
Marietta Haffner, Joris Hoekstra, Michael Oxley and Harry van der Heijden
The Austrian Social Rented Sector at the Crossroads for Housing Choice pp. 285-311 Downloads
Edwin Deutsch
Insiders and Outsiders in French Social Housing Allocation: How Conflicting Rights Exclude Disadvantaged People pp. 313-335 Downloads
Jane Ball
Moving Towards Integrated Communities in Northern Ireland: New Approaches to Mixed Housing pp. 337-353 Downloads
Paddy Gray, Ursula McAnulty and Michaela Keenan
A Review of “DIY Community Action: Neighbourhood Problems and Community Self-Help, Liz Richardson,, ISBN 978-1-84742-0-848” pp. 355-357 Downloads
John Flint
A Review of “The Challenge of Social Innovation in Urban Revitalization, Paul Drewe, Juan-Luis Klein & Edward Hulsbergen (eds), ISBN 978-90-8594-018-0” pp. 357-359 Downloads
Liz Richardson
A Review of “Steering Sustainability in an Urbanizing World, (ed.) A. Nelson, 2007, Burlington, USA: Ashgate Publishing Company” pp. 359-362 Downloads
Taeke de Jong

Volume 9, issue 2, 2009

Market Concepts, Coordination Mechanisms and New Actors in Social Housing pp. 107-119 Downloads
Mary Rhodes and David Mullins
Managing Social Rental Housing in the EU: A Comparative Study pp. 121-151 Downloads
Darinka Czischke
How Can Competition in Social Rental Housing in England and the Netherlands be Measured? pp. 153-176 Downloads
Marja Elsinga, Marietta Haffner, Harry Van Der Heijden and Michael Oxley
Mixing the Market: The Role of the Private Sector in Urban Regeneration in Ireland pp. 177-200 Downloads
Mary Rhodes
The Impact of Direct Public Funding for Private Developers on Non-Profit Housing Networks in England: Exploring a Research Agenda pp. 201-222 Downloads
David Mullins and Bruce Walker
A New Gårdsten: A Case Study of a Swedish Municipal Housing Company pp. 223-239 Downloads
Ulf Borelius and Ulla-Britt Wennerström

Volume 9, issue 1, 2009

The Decline and Rise of Neighbourhoods: The Importance of Neighbourhood Governance pp. 25-44 Downloads
Peter Somerville, Ellen Van Beckhoven and Ronald Van Kempen
The Transformation of Social Housing Provision in Switzerland Mediated by Federalism, Direct Democracy and the Urban/rural Divide pp. 45-67 Downloads
Julie Lawson
Agency, Transgression and the Causation of Homelessness: A Contextualised Rational Action Analysis pp. 69-84 Downloads
Carol Nicholls
A Review of “Building on the Past: Visions of Housing Futures” pp. 85-88 Downloads
Peter Somerville
A Review of “Turning a Town Around: A Proactive Approach to Urban Design” pp. 88-90 Downloads
Akkelies van Nes
A Review of “The Private Rented Housing Market: Regulation or Deregulation?” pp. 91-93 Downloads
Hans Andersen
A Review of “Housing Allowances in Comparative Perspective” pp. 93-95 Downloads
Kathleen Scanlon and Christine Whitehead
A Review of “Sustainable Urban Housing in China: Principles and Case Studies for Low-Energy Design” pp. 95-98 Downloads
Beisi Jia
A Review of “The Post-Socialist City: Urban Form and Space Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe after Socialism” pp. 98-102 Downloads
József Hegedüs
A Review of “City Survivors: Bringing up Children in Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods” pp. 102-104 Downloads
Lia Karsten
A Review of “Home Ownership: Beyond Asset and Insecurity” pp. 104-105 Downloads
David Clapham

Volume 8, issue 4, 2008

The Dutch Residential Nuisance Scale: An Outcome Measure for Reported Nuisance in Subgroup Analysis pp. 341-360 Downloads
C. Adriaanse
The Increased Role of the Private Rented Sector in Catering for Low-income Groups in Northern Ireland pp. 361-377 Downloads
Paddy Gray and Ursula Mcanulty
Grants for First-time Homeowners in Norway – Distributional Effects under Different Market and Political Conditions pp. 379-397 Downloads
Mary Stamsø
Prediction of Homelessness and Housing Provisions in Swedish Municipalities pp. 399-421 Downloads
Mats Blid, Arne Gerdner and Åke Bergmark
Trunks, Tails, and Elephants: Modernising Housing Policies pp. 423-440 Downloads
Duncan Maclennan
A Review of: “Choice and the End of Social Housing?” pp. 441-443 Downloads
Darinka Czischke and Gerard van Bortel
A Review of: “Urban Sprawl in Europe: Landscape, Land-Use Change & Policy” pp. 443-445 Downloads
Erik Louw
A Review of: “Eigenheimförderung in Europa [Promoting Home Ownership in Europe]” pp. 445-447 Downloads
Anja Szypulski

Volume 8, issue 3, 2008

Projecting Demand for Rental Homes in Denmark pp. 235-262 Downloads
Morten Skak
Is the Private Rented Sector an Efficient Producer of Housing Service? Private Landlords in Denmark and their Economic Strategies pp. 263-286 Downloads
Hans Andersen
A Cohort Analysis of US and Japanese Homeownership Rates pp. 287-301 Downloads
Kosei Fukuda
Intergenerational Transfers as a Response to Changes in the Housing Market in Slovenia pp. 303-315 Downloads
Andreja Cirman
Next Steps in Choice-based Letting in the Dutch Social Housing Sector pp. 317-328 Downloads
Gelske Van Daalen and Marco Van Der Land
BOOK REVIEWS pp. 329-340 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 8, issue 2, 2008

Introduction to the Themed Issue Dedicated to the Memory of Bengt Turner: Housing Finance pp. 107-108 Downloads
Mark Stephens and Christine Whitehead
Mortgage Product Innovation in Advanced Economies: More Choice, More Risk pp. 109-131 Downloads
Kathleen Scanlon, Jens Lunde and Christine Whitehead
Mortgage Markets in Central and Eastern Europe – A Review of Past Experiences and Future Perspectives pp. 133-160 Downloads
Friedemann Roy
How Housing Booms Unwind: Income Effects, Wealth Effects, and Feedbacks through Financial Markets pp. 161-180 Downloads
Karl Case and John Quigley
The Spanish Financial System: Facing up to the Real Estate Crisis and Credit Crunch pp. 181-196 Downloads
María Teresa Martínez
Sub-prime Mortgage Lending in the UK pp. 197-215 Downloads
Mark Stephens and Deborah Quilgars
Rent Regulation: The Balance between Private Landlords and Tenants in Six European Countries pp. 217-233 Downloads
Marietta Haffner, Marja Elsinga and Joris Hoekstra

Volume 8, issue 1, 2008

Who Gets What and Why? Vacancy Chains in Stockholm's Housing Market pp. 1-19 Downloads
Lena Turner
Threats to the Dutch Unitary Rental Market pp. 21-37 Downloads
Marja Elsinga, Marietta Haffner and Harry Van Der Heijden
Radically Divergent? Homelessness Policy and Practice in Post-devolution Scotland pp. 39-60 Downloads
Hal Pawson and Emma Davidson
Unlocking Housing Equity Through Reverse Mortgages: The Case of Elderly Homeowners in Australia pp. 61-79 Downloads
Rachel Ong
Real Estate Investors and Housing Associations: A Level Playing Field? The Dutch Case pp. 81-96 Downloads
Hugo Priemus
Book Reviews pp. 97-106 Downloads
The Editors
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