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Housing, Welfare and the State in Europe: A Comparative Analysis of Britain, France and Germany


Publisher:Edward Elgar Pub, 1996



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This text identifies a divergence in housing policy between a majority of relatively affluent owner-occupiers and a minority of badly housed or homeless. The well-housed majority have preoccupied public policy across Europe, and this trend has been particularly noticeable in Britain, with elections won and lost on the level of the mortgage rate rather than the level of housing output. The author offers insights into the future direction of public policy as a whole, the balance between economic and social goals, and the relative emphasis given to free markets and state intervention in a variety of countries.

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