The neo-liberal restructuring of urban housing markets and the housing conditions of low-income households: an international comparison

There is growing recognition how cities and urban development across Western societies have been affected by the rise of neo-liberalism and free market principles in policy-making in the context of a shift from a Fordist to a Post-Fordist regulatory regime since the 1970s. This book sets out to specifically contribute to a better understanding of … Continue reading The neo-liberal restructuring of urban housing markets and the housing conditions of low-income households: an international comparison