International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home
The International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home is a lively, authoritative and systematic statement of the state of the art of research on housing and home. Every entry stands alone on its merits and is accessed alphabetically. Yet, each is fully cross-referenced, and attached to one of seven thematic categories. From methods to policy, individuals to institutions, and economics to welfare, there is something for everyone here. The work is relevant to anyone whose research, teaching or life experiences engage with housing assets, mortgage debt, the right to shelter, the problem of affordability or the meanings of home. Also of interest to policy makers (consultants, government bodies, NGO's, international agencies, etc.) and to housing professionals, in particular those involved in the real estate and housing finance industries, and in the development and implementation of housing policy.
Author: Smith, Susan J. (Editor)My Library