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The Routledge Handbook of Housing Policy and Planning

Edited by: Katrin B. Anacker , Mai Thi Nguyen , David P. Varady

Print publication date:  July  2019
Online publication date:  July  2019

Print ISBN: 9781138188433
eBook ISBN: 9781315642338
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781315642338
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The Routledge Handbook of Housing Policy and Planning provides a comprehensive multidisciplinary overview of contemporary trends in housing studies, housing policies, planning for housing, and housing innovations in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Continental Europe. In 29 chapters, international scholars discuss aspects pertaining to the right to housing, inequality, homeownership, rental housing, social housing, senior housing, gentrification, cities and suburbs, and the future of housing policies.

This book is essential reading for students, policy analysts, policymakers, practitioners, and activists, as well as others interested in housing policy and planning.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Editors’ Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  2:  The Right to Housing Download PDF
Chapter  3:  A Home Away From Home Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Homeownership and the Racial and Ethnic Wealth Gap in the United States Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Non-Hispanic White Versus Black Parental Wealth and Wealth Transfers to Enable Homeownership in Five Metropolitan Areas Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Should Policy Seek to Interfere With Upward Mobility by Deconcentrating Poverty? Download PDF
Chapter  7:  The Affordable Housing Complex Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Neighborhood Centers Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Demographic and Policy Factors Affecting Homeownership Across OECD Countries Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Declining Homeownership in Liberal, English Speaking Countries Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Subsidized Rental Housing Programs in the U.S. Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Redefining Rental Housing Choice in the Housing Choice Voucher Program Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Accommodating and Accumulating Download PDF
Chapter  14:  The U.S. Approach to “Social Housing” Download PDF
Chapter  15:  The Privatization of American Public Housing Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Public Housing Authorities as Social Enterprises? Download PDF
Chapter  17:  How the European Commission Affected Social Rental Housing in the Netherlands and Germany Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Connectivity as an Indicator of Older People’s Housing Quality Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Housing Models for Aging in Community Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Realizing Innovative Senior Housing Practices in the U.S. Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Designed for All Ages Download PDF
Chapter  22:  A Moving Target Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Preventing Gentrification-Induced Displacement in the U.S. Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Urban Restructuring, Demolition, and Displacement in the Netherlands Download PDF
Chapter  25:  State-Sponsored Gentrification or Social Regeneration? Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Housing Policy and the Suburban Metropolis Download PDF
Chapter  27:  A New Generation of “Single-Family” Homes Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Addressing Affordability Challenges Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Affordable Housing Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Prediction Is Difficult Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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