Housing Markets and Policies Under Fiscal Austerity

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Greenwood Press, 1987 - Social Science - 263 pages

The book is timely, and the arguments easy to follow . . . extensive references accompany each title.

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A most valuable overview of the responses of the housing sector in different countries to changing local priorities. This volume clearly demonstrates the substantial and uneven consequences of recent trends toward greater fiscal restraint.

L. S. Bourne, Center for Urban and Community Studies, University of Toronto

The past 15 years have witnessed a period of fiscal austerity in North America and Western Europe. This period of financial restraint has been accompanied by shifts in government housing policy and private investment in housing. This important collection of original articles on the subject will be of great significance to geographers, urban planners, urban economists, and all others interested in recent trends in housing policy.

Risa Palm, Professor of Geography, University of Colorado

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Contents

Fiscal Reorientation Centralization and the Privatization
15
Dilemmas
33
The Canadian
51
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WILLEM VAN VLIET is Associate Professor of Urban and Community Studies at Pennsylvania State University and currently is a visiting professor at the University of Colorado in Boulder.

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