The Uneven Impact on Households
Edited by Ray Forrest and Ngai-Ming Yip
Housing markets are at the centre of the recent global financial turmoil. In this well-researched study, a multidisciplinary group of leading analysts explores the impact of the crisis within, and between, countries.
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- Housing Markets and the Global Financial Crisis The Uneven Impact on Households
- Chapter 1: Households, Homeownership and Neoliberalism
- Chapter 2: Effects of the Recent Credit Cycle on Homeownership Rates Across Households: What We Know and What We Expect
- Chapter 3: The Credit Crunch in the UK: Understanding the Impact on Housing Markets, Policies and Households
- Chapter 4: Housing in Iceland in the Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis
- Chapter 5: Housing Wealth, Debt and Stress Before, During and After the Celtic Tiger
- Chapter 6: Housing in the Netherlands Before and After the Global Financial Crisis
- Chapter 7: Housing Policy and the Economic Crisis – The Case of Hungary
- Chapter 8: The Impacts of the Global Financial Crisis on Housing and Mortgage Markets in Australia: A View from the Vulnerable
- Chapter 9: Rebuilding Housing Policies in Response to the Current Crisis. Is Homeownership the Solution?
- Chapter 10: The Global Financial Crisis and its Impact on Households: The Case of Urban Vietnam
- Chapter 11: Housing Policy Issues in South Korea Since the Global Economic Crisis: Aspects of a Construction-Industry-Dependent Society
- Chapter 12: Towards a Post-Homeowner Society? Homeownership and Economic Insecurity in Japan
- Chapter 13: Business Nearly as Usual: The Global Financial Crisis and its Impacts on Households in Hong Kong
- Chapter 14: The Impact of the Financial Crisis on China’s Housing Market
- Chapter 15: Concluding Discussion – Where to Now?
- Selected Key Indicators
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