Housing Wealth and Welfare
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Housing Wealth and Welfare

Edited by Caroline Dewilde and Richard Ronald

Both growth and unevenness in the distribution of housing wealth have become characteristic of advanced societies in recent decades. Housing Wealth and Welfare examines, in various contexts, how housing property ownership has become central both to household wellbeing and to the reshaping of social, economic and political relations.
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Chapter 5: Housing wealth and welfare state restructuring: between asset-based welfare and the social investment strategy

Christian Lennartz

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5. Housing wealth and welfare state restructuring: between asset-­based welfare and the social investment strategy Christian Lennartz INTRODUCTION More than 30 years ago, in his book The Myth of Home Ownership, Jim Kemeny (1981) laid the foundati...

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