The Economic Problems Of Housing

Proceedings of a Conference held by the International Economic Association

  • Editors
  • Adela Adam Nevitt

Part of the International Economic Association Series book series (IEA)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxvi
  2. The Political Economy Of Housing

    1. D. V. Donnison
      Pages 1-11
  3. Slums and Poverty

    1. Richard F. Muth
      Pages 12-26
  4. Housing and the State: The Responsibilities of Government

  5. A Disaggregated Housing Market Model

  6. Rent Control as an Instrument of Housing Policy

  7. Some Aspects of A Mixed Housing Market

    1. Ingemar Stahl
      Pages 73-84
  8. On The Economic Effects of Rent Control in Denmark

  9. Determinants Of Fluctuations In House-Building In Denmark 1880–1940

  10. Home Finance and Housing Quality in Ageing Neighbourhoods

  11. Housing Taxation and Housing Policy

    1. Richard Netzer
      Pages 123-136
  12. The Future of Federal Housing Policies in the United States

  13. Housing Policy and Housing-System Models in Some Socialist Countries’

  14. The Place of Housing Expenditure in the Total Consumption of A Population

  15. The Housing Situation and Problems in Czechoslovakia

  16. Housing Problems In Developing Countries

    1. Ljubinka Pjanic
      Pages 189-199
  17. Housing in Africa: Some Problems and Major Policy Issues

  18. Housing in Israel

    1. Nadav Halevi
      Pages 215-227
  19. Changes in the Output of The building Industry as A Factor in the Development of Home-Building

  20. Changes in the Output of Thebuilding Industry as A Factor in the Development of Home-Building

    1. V. A. Nazarevsky
      Pages 236-245
  21. Report on the Proceedings

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 247-247
    2. Adela Adam Nevitt
      Pages 247-323
  22. Back Matter
    Pages 325-329

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