Housing: Who Decides?by Peter King, Michael Oxley
Housing: Who Decides? consists of a debate between a political theorist and an economist on decision making in housing. Each author develops a normative argument linking theoretical and policy analyses to establish the abilities of the state and individuals to determine housing outcomes. This issues of redistribution and choice are seen as crucial to this debate. Following these initial contributions the author engage with each other on specific proposals for the reform of housing in the UK.
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Meet the Author
Peter King is Senior Lecturer in Housing Studies, Center for Comparative Housing Research, De Montfort University.
Michael Oxley is Professor of Housing, Nottingham Trent University.
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