Justin Kadi explores the academic and political debate surrounding the neo-liberal restructuring of urban housing markets. He does this by way of three case studies in three different contexts of welfare regimes and housing market systems: New York, Amsterdam and Vienna. He hereby wishes to contribute to the debate about the ramifications of restructuring the living and housing conditions of low-income households.
J. Kadi, The Neo-Liberal Restructuring of Urban Housing Markets and the Housing Conditions of Low-Income Households: An International Comparison.
Prof. S. Musterd
Prof. R. Ronald
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