Housing Indicators: A tool for housing research in Europe?
- 26 Downloads
KeywordsHousing Market Social Housing Housing Policy Extensive Survey Housing Sector
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- Angel, Shlomo, Stephen K. Mayo, and William L. Stephens, Jr. (1992)The Housing Indicators Program: A Report on Progress and Plans for the Future, Paper submitted to the International Conference on Housing Indicators in Europe, Delft, November.Google Scholar
- Annez, Philippe E. (1981)Housing Investment: A Cross-Country Comparison, Ph.D. Dissertation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, January.Google Scholar
- Annez, Philippe, and William C. Wheaton (1984) ‘Economic Development and the Housing Sector: A Cross-National Model’,Economic Development and Cultural Change Vol. 32 No. 4, July.Google Scholar
- Burns, Leland S., and Leo Grebler (1976)Resource Allocation to Housing Investment: A comparative International Study. Economic Development and Cultural Change, Vol. 25, No. 1, October.Google Scholar
- Heidenheimer, Arnold J., Hugh Heclo and Carolyn Teich Adams (1990)Comparative Public Policy: The Politics of Social Choice in America, Europe and Japan, Third Edition, St. Martins Press, New York.Google Scholar
- Innes, Judith E. (1989)Knowledge and Public Policy: The Search for Meaningful Indicators, Second Edition, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, N.J. and London.Google Scholar
- Priemus, Hugo (1992) ‘Housing Indicators: An Instrument in International Housing Policy?’Netherlands Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, Vol. 7, No. 3, pp. 217–238.Google Scholar
- Schon, Donald A. (1987) ‘Institutional Learning in Shelter and Settlement Policies’, inShelter, Settlement and Development, ed. Lloyd Rodwin, Allen and Unwin, Boston.Google Scholar
- World Bank (1992)The Housing Indicators Program Extensive Survey. Preliminary Results (June 1992), Washington, D.C.Google Scholar
© Deft University Press 1993