Published July 11, 2007
by International Specialized Book Services .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||340|
The book is an edited volume, with authors from each country taking responsibility for the national profiles; chapters 2 through 11 focus on the ten countries. Chapter 1 comprises the introduction, while chapter 12 presents the editor’s conclusions, mainly about the “Housing allowances in advanced welfare states”.Cited by: Housing Allowances in Comparative Perspective. a market economy, the new book contains a chapter on the Czech Republic, though it is not. classi W ed according to a welfare : Marietta Haffner. Get this from a library! Housing allowances in comparative perspective. [Peter Kemp;] -- This book challenges the common view that social protection is exclusively a national concern with EU social policy fragmented and merely symbolic. Through eleven country studies, the book reveals. This book examines income-related housing allowance schemes in advanced welfare states as well as in transition economies of central and eastern Europe. Housing Allowances in Comparative Perspective is essential reading for researchers, students and lecturers in social policy, housing and urban studies. eISBN: Subjects.
Housing Allowances in Comparative Perspective, by Peter Kemp (ed.). Bristol, UK, Policy Press, pp. Peter Kemp serves as both editor and chapter author in this housing policy book, which describes the intricacies and mechanics of housing assistance programs across the developed (and in some cases, developing) world. Each chapter covers an individual country’s unique . J Hous and the Built Environ () –87 DOI /sx 1 C BOOK REVIEW Housing Allowances in Comparative Perspective Marietta E. A. HaVner. Housing allowances in comparative perspective, The Policy Press, Bristol, , pp, hardback, 1 1, £65, Housing and the new welfare state, Ashgate, Aldershot, , pp, hardback, 0 8, £ These two books look at the various systems for subsidising rents and home ownership in different countries. Book Review: Housing Allowances in Comparative Perspective Article in Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences 38(2) December with 10 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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