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Bringing together a diverse array of property law specialists, this timely Research Agenda explores the theoretical and doctrinal dimensions of the main subareas of property law. It examines the current tensions between the protection of existing property interests and the need to tackle societal challenges, such as digitalisation, the creation of energy communities, and the climate crisis. This title contains one or more Open Access chapters.

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Lived Universalism In and Through the Margins

Through deconstructing the right to property, this incisive book critically assesses the claim that international human rights law is universal. Laura Dehaibi presents an innovative bottom-up and dialogical approach to human rights, lived universalism, that draws on lived experience in the margins to give rights a subversive and emancipatory meaning.

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Authoritative and multidisciplinary in approach, this Research Agenda shapes questions that will underpin future legal and empirical scholarly inquiry on zoning and land use regulation in the US. Building on existing debates and providing a comprehensive overview of the current state of academic research, it identifies the gaps which need addressing in future research. This title contains one or more Open Access chapters.

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Tenure Innovation and Diversification in Comparative Perspective
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This timely book provides readers with a detailed comparative survey of tenure innovation and diversification in Europe. Alternative and intermediate tenures, i.e., housing options beyond tenancy and homeownership, are examined as remedies to address the growing European housing crisis.

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