Housing indicators and research for policy from the perspective of applied economics

  • Duncan Maclennan
  • Kenneth Gibb
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Keywords

Housing Market Social Housing Housing Policy Housing System Housing Allowance 

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© Deft University Press 1993

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  • Duncan Maclennan
  • Kenneth Gibb

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