Housing and Family Wealth: Comparative International Perspectives

Housing and Family Wealth: Comparative International Perspectives

Housing and Family Wealth: Comparative International Perspectives

Housing and Family Wealth: Comparative International Perspectives

Synopsis

This collection provides a multi-disciplinary and cross-national perspective on the links between housing, personal sector wealth and the family in contemporary society. Reasserting the role of the family and informal networks in housing provision it counteracts a tendency to view housing issues in narrow terms of market and state provision. Highly international in perspective, the book addresses important policy questions and offers new theoretical insights into the way housing is embedded in the wider social structure.
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