International Handbook of Housing Policies and Practices

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International Handbook of Housing Policies and Practices

Edited by Willem van Vliet--

Foreword by WILLIAM MICHELSON

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GREENWOOD PRESS

New York · Westport, Connecticut · London

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Table of contents

  • Editorial Advisory Board ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures ix
  • Tables xi
  • Foreword xix
  • Acknowledgments xxi
  • Introduction xxiii
  • 1: Cross-National Housing Research: Analytical and Substantive Issues 1
  • Conclusion 65
  • References 67
  • I - Western and Southern Europe 83
  • 2 - Great Britain 85
  • References 122
  • Further Reading 123
  • 3: Federal Republic of Germany 127
  • References 150
  • Further Reading 153
  • 4: The Netherlands 155
  • Further Reading 191
  • 5 - Italy 195
  • References 220
  • Further Reading 220
  • II - Eastern Europe 221
  • 6: Soviet Union 223
  • Further Reading 238
  • 7: Hungary 241
  • References 260
  • Further Reading 262
  • 8: Poland 265
  • Further Reading 285
  • III - North America 287
  • 9: Canada 289
  • References 321
  • Further Reading 323
  • 10: United States of America 327
  • References 371
  • Further Reading 375
  • IV - Caribbean and Middle America 377
  • 11: Cuba 379
  • Conclusions 402
  • Notes 403
  • References 404
  • 12: Mexico 407
  • References 433
  • Further Reading 435
  • V - South America 437
  • 13: Brazil 439
  • References 467
  • Further Reading 470
  • 14: Colombia 471
  • References 487
  • Further Reading 489
  • VI - Middle East 491
  • 15: Egypt 493
  • References 514
  • Further Reading 516
  • 16: Israel 517
  • References 534
  • Further Reading 536
  • VII - Africa 537
  • 17: Kenya 539
  • References 555
  • Further Reading 556
  • 18: Ghana 559
  • References 585
  • Further Reading 586
  • 19: South Africa 587
  • References 617
  • Further Reading 621
  • VIII - Asia 623
  • 20: Singapore 625
  • References 639
  • Further Reading 640
  • 21: China 641
  • References 668
  • Further Reading 669
  • 22: Japan 671
  • References 692
  • Further Reading 693
  • 23: Pakistan 695
  • References 715
  • Further Reading 717
  • IX - Oceania 719
  • 24: Australia 721
  • References 758
  • Further Reading 762
  • Appendix A Journals That Publish Housing Research 763
  • Appendix B Organizations and Information Resource Addresses 765
  • Name Index 793
  • Subject Index 805
  • About the Contributors 815
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