Social housing in Portugal and Denmark: a comparative perspective

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The social housing sector has become increasingly residualized and segregated in Portugal and Denmark. Whilst there is a considerable difference between the systems in these two countries, as regards issues of management and governance, dominant rent regimes (cost rent, social rent) or eligibility (universal, targeted), etc., they share similar problems, such as, on some estates, an increasing concentration of disadvantaged families. This research will attempt to show how actions at the national and local level have shaped the problem at the local level.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato1 jul. 2015
Antal sider18
StatusUdgivet - 1 jul. 2015
BegivenhedEuropean Network for Housing Research, ENHR - University Institute of Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal
Varighed: 28 jun. 20151 jul. 2015

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KonferenceEuropean Network for Housing Research, ENHR
LokationUniversity Institute of Lisbon
LandPortugal
ByLisboa
Periode28/06/201501/07/2015

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Alves, S., & Andersen, H. T. (2015). Social housing in Portugal and Denmark: a comparative perspective. Afhandling præsenteret på European Network for Housing Research, ENHR, Lisboa, Portugal.
Alves, Sonia ; Andersen, Hans Thor. / Social housing in Portugal and Denmark : a comparative perspective. Afhandling præsenteret på European Network for Housing Research, ENHR, Lisboa, Portugal.18 s.
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