Access to Housing: Homelessness and Vulnerability in Europe

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Policy Press, 2002 - Social Science - 165 pages
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This book seeks an understanding of the situation through a detailed analysis of the European housing market in both the private and state spheres. It offers the first EU-wide examination of housing provision, its changing nature and impact on homelessness. The book identifies the institutional changes and policy prescriptions that are necessary to manage the demands of homelessness and inadequate housing among Europe's most vulnerable people.
Access to Housing will be invaluable reading for practitioners looking for guidance on best practice, policy makers who need to be aware of institutional weaknesses and governance issues, and researchers, academics and students who wish to keep up to date with policy-relevant research in the fields of housing, poverty and social exclusion.

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Bill Edgar, Joint Centre for Scottish Housing Research, School of Town and Regional Planning, University of Dundee, Joe Doherty, School of Geography and Geosciences, University of St Andrews and Henk Meert, Institute for Social and Economic Geography, Catholic University of Leuven

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