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International Journal of Housing Policy

2010 - 2022

Continuation of European Journal of Housing Policy.

Current editor(s): Professor Suzanne Fitzpatrick, Gerard van Bortel and Richard Ronald

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Volume 22, issue 1, 2022

Informal housing practices in the global north: digital technologies, methods, and ethics pp. 1-9 Downloads
Sophia Maalsen, Pranita Shrestha and Nicole Gurran
Is ‘informal’ housing an affordability solution for expensive cities? Evidence from Sydney, Australia pp. 10-33 Downloads
Nicole Gurran, Sophia Maalsen and Pranita Shrestha
Can we use administrative data to quantify informal housing additions at the parcel level? An analysis of Austin, USA pp. 34-58 Downloads
Josh Conrad, Sarah Mawhorter and Jake Wegmann
Risks and informality in owner-occupied shared housing: to let, or not to let? pp. 59-82 Downloads
Ashraful Alam, Claudio Minca and Khandakar Farid Uddin
A sense of legitimacy in low-impact developments: experiences and perspectives of communities in South-West England pp. 83-105 Downloads
Emma Griffin, Katie McClymont and Adam Sheppard
Reimagining (informal) housing futures in uncertain times pp. 106-118 Downloads
Redento B. Recio and Tanzil Shafique
The effect of local housing allowance reductions on overcrowding in the private rented sector in England pp. 119-137 Downloads
Amy Clair
The fall and rise of social housing: 100 years on 20 estates pp. 138-140 Downloads
Kath Scanlon
Households and financialization in Europe – mapping variegated patterns in semi-peripheries pp. 140-144 Downloads
Gábor Nagy
Paradoxes of segregation: housing systems, welfare regimes and ethnic residential change in Southern European cities pp. 145-148 Downloads
Ricardo Iglesias-Pascual and Ricardo Iglesias-Pascual

Volume 21, issue 4, 2021

Housing microfinance and housing financialisation in a global perspective pp. 465-483 Downloads
Monika Grubbauer and Philip Mader
Experimental financial inclusion as refugee management: shelter insecurities at the bottom of the pyramid in Kenya pp. 484-504 Downloads
Ali Bhagat
Empowerment or responsibility? Collective finance for slum upgrading in Thailand pp. 505-533 Downloads
Hayden Shelby
World Bank experiments in housing: microfinance for self-organised housing in Mexico in the era of financial inclusion pp. 534-558 Downloads
Monika Grubbauer and Luisa Escobar
Reviving a mortgage market through financial inclusion? Experimental housing governance and alternative home loan programmes in Detroit, Michigan pp. 559-591 Downloads
Rachel Phillips
Contrasting housing microfinance with the social production of habitat in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina pp. 592-611 Downloads
Judith M. Lehner and Alicia Gerscovich
Squatter housing transformations in Turkey after 2002: public choice perspective pp. 612-625 Downloads
Ali Osman Solak
The powers of public policy in Diverging Space for Deviants pp. 626-629 Downloads
Mara Sidney
Beyond shelter: the political work of housing Diverging space for deviants: the politics of Atlanta's public housing pp. 629-634 Downloads
Alistair Sisson and Pratichi Chatterjee
Analysing race, gender and class in Atlanta's public housing pp. 634-636 Downloads
Paul Watt
Response to reviews pp. 637-640 Downloads
Akira Drake Rodriguez

Volume 21, issue 3, 2021

The global pandemic is accelerating housing crises pp. 315-320 Downloads
Dallas Rogers and Emma R. Power
Housing for persons with disabilities in South Africa pp. 321-345 Downloads
Lilian Chenwi
Housing conditions and children’s school results: evidence from Norwegian register data pp. 346-371 Downloads
Kristine von Simson and Janis Umblijs
Making a home in the private rental sector pp. 372-400 Downloads
Bronwyn Bate
Roma street-workers in Uppsala: racialised poverty and super precarious housing conditions in Romania and Sweden pp. 401-422 Downloads
Dominic Teodorescu and Irene Molina
Home, inequalities and care: perspectives from within a pandemic pp. 423-432 Downloads
Sophie Bowlby and Eleanor Jupp
Research during the COVID-19 pandemic: ethics, gender and precarious work pp. 433-450 Downloads
Caitlin Buckle
Chinese housing policy, capital switching and the foreign real estate investment ‘boom and bust’ in Australia pp. 451-463 Downloads
Xiao Ma

Volume 21, issue 2, 2021

Informal housing practices pp. 157-168 Downloads
Pranita Shrestha, Nicole Gurran and Sophia Maalsen
Distance and proximity matters: understanding housing transformation through micro-morphology in informal settlements pp. 169-195 Downloads
Paul Jones
Living the liminal life: informalities in a utopian housing project pp. 196-219 Downloads
Isabella Clough Marinaro
Informality, the marginalised and regulatory inadequacies: a case study of tenants’ experiences of shared room housing in Sydney, Australia pp. 220-246 Downloads
Zahra Nasreen and Kristian. J. Ruming
Urban informality in the Global North: (il)legal status and housing strategies of Ghanaian migrants in New York City pp. 247-267 Downloads
Mohammad Usman, Sabina Maslova and Gemma Burgess
Postcolonial narratives and the governance of informal housing in London pp. 268-290 Downloads
Mariana Schiller and Mike Raco
Doubling housing production in the Paris region: a multi-policy, multi-jurisdictional response pp. 291-305 Downloads
Yonah Freemark
A Review of ‘Ageing in place: design, planning and policy response in the Western Asia-Pacific’, Edited by Bruce Judd, Kenichi Tanoue, and Edgar Liu pp. 306-308 Downloads
Hannah Holmes
A Review of ‘Squatters in the capitalist city: housing, justice, and urban politics’, By Miguel A. Martinez pp. 308-310 Downloads
Clarissa Campos
A Review of ‘The asset economy’, By Lisa Adkins, Melinda Cooper and Martijn Konings pp. 311-313 Downloads
Arundel Rowan

Volume 21, issue 1, 2021

How intersectoral policy networks shape affordable housing outcomes pp. 1-22 Downloads
Katrina Raynor and Carolyn Whitzman
An impossible task? Neoliberalism, the financialisation of housing and the City of Sydney’s endeavours to address its housing affordability crisis pp. 23-47 Downloads
Alan Morris
Resident engagement in the regeneration of social housing: the case of Woodberry Down, London pp. 48-69 Downloads
Suzy Nelson and Jane Lewis
Assessing post-GFC housing affordability interventions: a qualitative exploration across five international cities pp. 70-102 Downloads
Steffen Wetzstein
Within-city dwelling price growth and convergence: trends from Australia’s large cities pp. 103-126 Downloads
Christopher Phelps, Mark Harris, Rachel Ong, Steven Rowley and Gavin A. Wood
A home for xenophobia: U.S. public housing policy under Trump pp. 127-137 Downloads
Ryan Allen and Edward G. Goetz
Impediments and opportunities for growing the cooperative housing sector: an Australian case study pp. 138-152 Downloads
Louise Crabtree, Neil Perry, Sidsel Grimstad and Joanne McNeill
A Review of "Housing in post-growth society: Japan on the edge of social transition", By Yosuke Hirayama and Misa Izuhara pp. 153-155 Downloads
Miki Seko

Volume 20, issue 4, 2020

Holiday reading list for a post-COVID-19 housing system pp. 467-473 Downloads
Oana Druta, Dallas Rogers and Emma Power
The state of housing policy research in Africa pp. 474-490 Downloads
Job Gbadegesin and Lochner Marais
Housing policies in Argentina under President Macri (2015–2019): a divided nation perpetuating path dependency pp. 491-512 Downloads
Claudia Murray and David Clapham
Targeted affordable housing subsidies in Flanders: evaluating equity using equivalence scales pp. 513-533 Downloads
Kristof Heylen
The motivations of microfinance institutions to enter the housing market in a developing country pp. 534-554 Downloads
Francis K. Bondinuba, Mark Stephens, Colin Jones and Robert Buckley
Inhabitation as more-than-dwelling. Notes for a renewed grammar pp. 555-577 Downloads
Camillo Boano and Giovanna Astolfo
A reappraisal of contemporary homelessness policy: the new role for transitional housing programmes pp. 578-587 Downloads
Izaak L. Williams
A Review of ‘Neoliberal housing policy: an international perspective’, By Keith Jacobs pp. 588-590 Downloads
Valesca Lima
A Review of ‘Contemporary co-housing in Europe: toward sustainable cities?’ Edited by Pernilla Hagbert, Henrik Gutzon Larsen, Håkan Thörn and Catrina Wasshede pp. 590-593 Downloads
Daniël Bossuyt
Review Essay of 'The new enclosure: the appropriation of public land in neoliberal Britain', By Brett Christophers pp. 594-600 Downloads
Matthew Thompson

Volume 20, issue 3, 2020

Public housing and COVID-19: contestation, challenge and change pp. 313-319 Downloads
Emma R. Power, Dallas Rogers and Justin Kadi
A methodological quest for systematic literature mapping pp. 320-343 Downloads
Adriana Mihaela Soaita, Bilge Serin and Jenny Preece
Housing options for older people in a reimagined housing system: a case study from England pp. 344-366 Downloads
David Robinson, Stephen Green and Ian Wilson
Dilemmas of housing-asset-based welfare in the post-socialist context: the case of the Czech Republic pp. 367-389 Downloads
Martina Mikeszová and Martin Lux
‘House to let’: housing agents, social networks and Ghana’s housing law and policy pp. 390-416 Downloads
John Windie Ansah, Dorothy Takyiakwaa, Edward Atakora and Michael Amoah
Homeownership aspirations: drawing on the experiences of renters and landlords in a deregulated private rental sector pp. 417-446 Downloads
Albert Adu-Gyamfi, Michael Poku-Boansi and Patrick Brandful Cobbinah
The housing market in The Netherlands as a driver for social inequalities: proposals for reform pp. 447-456 Downloads
Peter Boelhouwer
A Review of 'The rise in vacant housing in post-growth Japan: housing market, urban policy, and revitalizing aging cities', Edited by Tomoko Kubo and Yoshimichi Yui pp. 457-460 Downloads
Bruce Judd
A Review of ‘The politics and practices of apartment living’, By Hazel Easthope pp. 460-462 Downloads
Tahire Erman
A Review of ‘Class, ethnicity and state in the polarised metropolis: putting Wacquant to work’, Edited by John Flint and Ryan Powell pp. 462-465 Downloads
Tony Manzi

Volume 20, issue 2, 2020

Housing policy and the COVID-19 pandemic: the importance of housing research during this health emergency pp. 177-183 Downloads
Dallas Rogers and Emma Power
Conceptualising ‘financialisation’: governance, organisational behaviour and social interaction in UK housing pp. 184-202 Downloads
Keith Jacobs and Tony Manzi
Opening a new route into home ownership? The extension of the Right to Buy to housing associations in England pp. 203-228 Downloads
Ben Pattison and Ian Cole
Neoliberal social housing policies, market logics and social rented housing reforms in New Zealand pp. 229-251 Downloads
Laurence Murphy
The impact of historic preservation policies on housing values pp. 252-272 Downloads
Ida Qvenild Nesset and Are Oust
Radical housing: on the politics of dwelling as difference pp. 273-289 Downloads
Michele Lancione
Community-based housing solutions in Hong Kong: how and why have they emerged? pp. 290-301 Downloads
Mandy Lau
A Review of “A research agenda for housing”, Edited by Markus Moos pp. 302-308 Downloads
David Clapham
A Review of “Remaking housing policy: an international study”, By David Clapham pp. 302-304 Downloads
Mark Stephens
A Review of “Introduction to housing (second edition)”, Edited by Katrin B. Anacker, Andrew T. Carswell, Sarah D. Kirby and Kenneth R. Tremblay pp. 302-307 Downloads
Alan Mallach
In memoriam: Professor Ray Forrest, 1951–2020 pp. 310-311 Downloads
Ngai Ming Yip
A tribute to Dr Ben Pattison, 1979–2020 pp. 311-312 Downloads
Ian Cole

Volume 20, issue 1, 2020

Transformations in housing and housing policy research: plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose pp. 1-5 Downloads
Richard Ronald
Multiple property ownership in times of late homeownership: a new conceptual vocabulary pp. 6-24 Downloads
Justin Kadi, Cody Hochstenbach and Christian Lennartz
Secondary property ownership in Europe: contributing to asset-based welfare strategies and the ‘really big trade-off’ pp. 25-52 Downloads
Barend Wind, Caroline Dewilde and John Doling
Second homes in the city and the country: a reappraisal of vacation homes in the twenty-first century pp. 53-74 Downloads
Meaghan Stiman
Inside the world of middle-class Hong Kong transnational property investors: ‘5980 miles to my second home’ pp. 75-99 Downloads
Hang Kei Ho
The top tail of the property wealth distribution and the production of the residential environment pp. 100-119 Downloads
Antoine Paccoud
The demand-side determinants of multiple property ownership in Spain pp. 120-143 Downloads
José Manuel Torrado, Ricardo Duque-Calvache and Isabel Palomares-Linares
Commentary on multiple property ownership pp. 144-155 Downloads
Peter A. Kemp
The neo-liberal politics and socio-spatial implications of Dutch post-crisis social housing policies pp. 156-172 Downloads
Wouter van Gent and Cody Hochstenbach
A review of “The political economy of housing financialization” By Gregory W. Fuller pp. 173-175 Downloads
Sebastian Kohl
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