Housing and Social Change: East-West Perspectives

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Index

a
accumulation 88 , 94-5
affordability:
and house prices 33 , 71-2 , 75-7 , 176 , 233-4 ;
neighbourhood and service requirements 47 , 52 ;
and sustainability 226 , 236 ;
the twenty-first century 63 , 64
age groups 117 , 128 , 129-30 , 151-3 ;
elderly 113 , 157 ;
housing loan systems 145
ageing:
demographic change 3 , 141 ;
and family size 111 , 151 , 152-6 ;
and homeownership 8 , 11 , 13 , 24 , 32 , 144-5 ;
and household formation 13 ;
and housing poverty 112-13 ;
and inheritance 80-1 , 145 , 153
Aglietta, Michael 88
amenities see neighbourhood requirements
Andrew, J. 205
Ansley, B. 129-30
Aotearoa/New Zealand:
banking services 203 ;
globalization 121-3 ;
home-making case studies 125-36 ;
house-home relationships 123-5 , 269 ;
policy issues 126 , 129 , 136-7
apartments:
pro-family policies 72 , 79-80 , 108 ;
public rental flats (China) 185 , 188 ;
Seattle, Harbor Steps development 116-17 ;
state 'sale' of leases 70 , 73 , 74-5 , 79 ;
upgrading 77-8
Asahi Shinbun (newspaper) 158
Asia:
demographic change 112 ;
homeownership 20 , 21-43 , 62 ;
immigrants to 110 ;
negative equity 6 ;
older people 113 ,
see also South East Asia
Asia Business Times10
Asian financial crisis 3 , 41-2 , 265 , 267 ;
in Hong Kong 24-7 , 97 , 100 , 221-2 , 233 , 237 ;
and income inequalities 12-13 ;
in Japan 34 ;
and real estate 7 , 43 ;
in Singapore 27-9 , 79 ;
in South Korea 38 ;
in Thailand 24 , 39-40 ,
see also economy
Australia:
banking services 201 , 202 ;
home-ownership 129 ;
immigrants to 110 ;
multiculturalism 114

b
Banco Popular (BP) 210-11
Bank One, Alternative Banking Program (ABP) 212-13
Bank of Scotland 213-14
banks and banking:
account products for the unbanked 209-15 ;
commercial (feebased) 202-3 ;
electronic transfer funds (EFTs) 200-2 , 210-12 , 215-16 ;
'fringe banks' 200 , 203-5 ;
Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) 207-8 , 216 ;
policies complementary to EFT 206-9 ;
the unbanked 199-201 , 270 ,
see also loans and mortgages
Barlow, J. and Duncan, S. 50
Basel Accord 172-3
Benham, M. 202
Big Issue 213-14
birth rate 13 , 141 , 151 , 153
Boyer, Robert 87 , 89 , 92 , 93 , 103
Britain see United Kingdom
Brundtland Report (1987) 222
building programmes 54 , 144 , 186
buildings, types of see apartments;
condominiums;
property types
Business Times Online 2000 8

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