The Routledge Handbook of Housing Policy and Planning provides a comprehensive multidisciplinary overview of contemporary trends in housing studies, housing policies, planning for housing, and housing innovations in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Continental Europe. In 29 chapters, international scholars discuss aspects pertaining to the right to housing, inequality, homeownership, rental housing, social housing, senior housing, gentrification, cities and suburbs, and the future of housing policies.
This book is essential reading for students, policy analysts, policymakers, practitioners, and activists, as well as others interested in housing policy and planning.
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About the Author
Katrin B. Anacker is an Associate Professor at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. She co-edited Introduction to Housing (2018) and edited The New American Suburb: Poverty, Race and the Economic Crisis (2015). Her work has appeared in Housing Policy Debate, the Journal of Urban Affairs, and Housing Studies. Her work has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
Mai Thi Nguyen is an Associate Professor of City and Regional Planning at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her scholarship has been motivated by a desire to understand how to create a more equitable social and spatial world. Her research focuses on housing policy, resilient communities, and socially vulnerable populations. Her work has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
David P. Varady, a Professor at the University of Cincinnati, has authored six books, nine book chapters, 76 journal articles, and 89 book reviews on neighborhood development and housing. He has held Visiting Scholar positions at TU Delft in the Netherlands, the City of Helsinki, Rutgers University, University of Glasgow, the National Association of Realtors, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Table of Contents
Katrin B. Anacker, Mai Thi Nguyen, and David P. Varady
Right to Housing
- The Right to Housing: The Goal versus the Reality
- A Home away from Home: Housing Refugees in the Netherlands during the European Refugee Crisis
- Homeownership and the Racial and Ethnic Wealth Gap in the United States
- Non-Hispanic White vs. Black Parental Wealth and Wealth Transfers to Enable Home Ownership in Five Metropolitan Areas
- Should Policy Seek to Interfere with Upward Mobility by Deconcentrating Poverty? Reasons for Concern
- The Affordable Housing Complex: Direct and Exclusionary Displacement in the Lacy and Logan Neighborhoods of Santa Ana, California
- Neighborhood Centers
- Demographic, Economic, and Policy Contributors to Homeownership across OECD Countries
- Declining Homeownership in Liberal, English Speaking Countries
- Subsidized Rental Housing Programs in the U.S.: A Case of Rising Expectations
- Redefining Rental Housing Choice in the Housing Choice Voucher Program
- Accommodating and Accumulating: How the Property Interests of Homeowners and Renters Impact Housing Satisfaction
- The U.S. Approach to "Social Housing"
- The Privatization of American Public Housing: Leaving the Poorest of the Poor Behind
- Public Housing Authorities as Social Enterprises?
- How the European Commission Affected Social Rental Housing in the Netherlands and Germany
- Connectivity as an Indicator of Older People’s Housing Quality
- Housing Models for Aging in Community
- Realizing Innovative Senior Housing Practices in the U.S.
- Designed for All Ages: Multigenerational Housing as a Potential Housing Option in Flanders/Belgium
- A Moving Target: The Shifting Genealogy of Gentrification
- Preventing Gentrification-Induced Displacement in the U.S.: A Review of the Literature and A Call for Evaluation Research
- Urban Restructuring, Demolition, and Displacement in the Netherlands: Uncovering the Janus Head of Forced Residential Relocation
- State-Sponsored Gentrification or Social Regeneration? Symbolic Politics and Neighborhood Intervention in an Amsterdam Working Class Neighborhood
- Housing Policy and the Suburban Metropolis: A Focus on the United States and France
- A New Generation of "Single-Family" Homes: Multigenerational Homebuilding in the Suburbs of Phoenix, Arizona
- Addressing Affordability Challenges: The Role and Scope of Local Housing Plans
- Affordable Housing: Program Financing and Policies in U.S. States
- Prediction is Difficult: The Future of Housing Policy and Housing Studies
W. Dennis Keating
Alfons Fermin and Frank Wassenberg
Carolina K. Reid
Erin Graves, Ana Patricia Muñoz, Darrick Hamilton, William A. Darity, and Yunju Nam
J. Revel Sims and Carolina Sarmiento
Mark Calabria and Vanessa Brown Calder
Richard Ronald and Christian Lennartz
Andrew J. Greenlee
Allison Freeman and Kimberly Manturuk
Rachel G. Bratt
Lawrence J. Vale and Yonah Freemark
Rachel Garshick Kleit
Marja G. Elsinga and Marietta E.A. Haffner
Stephen M. Golant
Sherry Ahrentzen and Ruth L. Steiner
Deirdre Pfeiffer, Ashlee Tziganuk, Scott Cloutier, Julia Colbert, and Gracie Strasser
Sebastiaan Gerards, Erik Nuyts, and Jan Vanrie
Dennis E. Gale
Wouter van Gent, Willem Boterman, and Myrte Hoekstra
Bernadette Hanlon and John Rennie Short
Willow S. Lung-Amam
The Future of Housing
Ingrid Gould Ellen