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Housing and neighbourhood dynamics

John F. Kain

Housing and neighbourhood dynamics

a simulation study

by John F. Kain

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge, Mass, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Community development, Urban -- United States -- Simulation methods.,
  • Neighborhood -- United States -- Simulation methods.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p255-263. - Includes index.

    StatementJohn F. Kain and William C. Apgar, Jr.
    SeriesHarvard economic studies -- v.157
    ContributionsApgar, William C.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHN90.C6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii,272p. :
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21602090M
    ISBN 100674409302

      In this view, housing and neighbourhood evaluations are determined and predicted through mobility behaviour. On the other hand, neighbourhood features of physical, economic and social aspects have an influence on life satisfaction through the mediating effects of home satisfaction, housing satisfaction and neighbourhood satisfaction [2]. It highlights the dynamics involved in shaping the content of a neighbourhood plan and the implications of the different ways in which a place is constructed. The book challenges the notions of a singular place that is described in a neighbourhood plan.

    In addition, a consistent sub-regional housing strategy is required in order to avoid damaging spill-over effects on neighbourhood housing markets. Summary This study assesses the sustainability of eight former coal-mining neighbourhoods in three South Yorkshire local authorities, a sub-region with excess housing .   Housing, infrastructure, and access to services in Grahamstown East/Rhini are historically grounded. The period of development is telling in terms of housing and neighbourhood conditions (Møller a). Each neighbourhood has had its own wave of solutions to modernization, which may have contributed to differences in individual subjective well.

    Most studies examining the effects of housing and neighbourhood on mental health have used measures of mental illness (depression, anxiety and stress being the most common) (e.g. []). Only one study that we are aware of used a measure of mental health rather than mental illness. That study used questions from the SF12 asking about. Poverty street: the dynamics of neighbourhood decline and renewal. For the wider research project, it provides an immensely solid foundation on which to build." Housing Studies "This book provides a fascinating account of how the socio-spatial divisions which characterised urban Britain at the turn of the 21st century are being produced.


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Featuring fresh research findings from a number of countries and data sources, including from the UK, Australia, Sweden and the USA, this book offers fresh perspectives on neighbourhood choice and.

This book assesses the effects of spatially concentrated programs for housing and Housing and neighbourhood dynamics book improvement. These programs provide direct assistance to low–income property. Books, articles and reports were searched for, initially with a broad focus on the concept of neighbourhood change and developing to explore more specific topics and ideas such as Author: Daniel Aaronson.

Rental Housing Dynamics and Lower-Income Neighbourhoods iv Neighbourhood Change Research Partnership housing, which in to accounted for 10 percent of net additions to Canada’s housing stock. Social housing in that period accommodated half of the net increase in low-income renters that is an integral part of ongoing growth.

neighbourhood change in his seminal book entitled Housing Markets and Housing Policy ().1 As the title suggests, Grigsby placed housing policy issues within the broader context of housing markets. Housing Markets and Neighbourhood Change At the time the book was written, an esti-mated 9m low-income families lived in sub-standard housing.

Featuring fresh research findings from a number of countries and data sources, including from the UK, Australia, Sweden and the USA, this book offers fresh perspectives on neighbourhood choice and dynamics, as well as new material for social scientists, geographers and policy makers alike.

Poverty street addresses one of the UK’s major social policy concerns: the gap between the poorest neighbourhoods and the rest of the country.

It is an account of neighbourhood decline, a portrait of conditions in the most disadvantaged areas and an up-to-date analysis of the impact of the government’s neighbourhood renewal policies. The book: [vbTab]explores twelve of the most.

So understanding neighbourhood choice and neighbourhood dynamics is at the heart of a better understanding of neighbourhood effects, but is also crucial for literatures on residential mobility, segregation, and neighbourhood change.

This chapter offers a state-of-the-art overview of literature on neighbourhood dynamics. Naming the Housing–Neighbourhood Dynamics If we want to address broader neighbourhood issues in the longer term, housing enters the picture.

At the day-to-day scale of responding to conditions on the ground, housing is just a given. The buildings and the landlords – private or social – are what they are. Longer distance migration, and especially international migration also affects neighbourhood populations. Especially in immigrant dense parts of cities.

The central theme(s) of the Working Group encompass the causes and consequences of residential mobility and. This book assesses the effects of spatially concentrated programs for housing and neighborhood improvement.

These programs provide direct assistance to low–income property owners in an attempt to arrest neighborhood decline and encourage revitalization. Secondly, he situated the subject within the broader framework of metropolitan housing market dynamics. Thirdly, he developed a theoretical framework for investigating the subject that featured the analysis of housing sub-markets, the market process of neighbourhood.

Gentrification and neighbourhood dynamics in Japan Gentrification is a well-known phenomenon in western countries but less has been said about the cities of Southeast Asia where urban and neighbourhood processes offer significant variations.

Summary: This book assesses the effects of spatially concentrated programs for housing and neighborhood improvement. These programs provide direct assistance to low-income property owners in an attempt to arrest neighborhood decline and encourage revitalization.

Feelings of empowerment were more strongly associated with mental wellbeing (WEMWBS) than mental health (SF MCS). Neighbourhood empowerment was more strongly associated with mental wellbeing and mental health than housing empowerment, although its association with mental health disappeared in the period of welfare reform and austerity.

Featuring fresh research findings from a number of countries and data sources, including from the UK, Australia, Sweden and the USA, this book offers fresh perspectives on neighbourhood choice and dynamics, as well as new material for social Manufacturer: Springer. Description This book assesses the effects of spatially concentrated programs for housing and neighborhood improvement.

These programs provide direct assistance to low-income property owners in an attempt to arrest neighborhood decline and encourage revitalization. It provides a road map to future research on neighbourhood dynamics that others may wish to follow.

It is very important to note that Grigsby's contributions are so foundational to the modern field of housing economics and housing policy that many of the first-generation analysts like John Kain, John Quigley, William Wheaton, Richard Muth and. Get this from a library. The dynamics of neighbourhood sustainability.

[Geoff Green; Mike Grimsley; Bernard Stafford] -- "This study assesses the sustainability of eight former coal-mining neighbourhoods in three South Yorkshire local authorities, a sub-region with excess housing supply.

Against the. chronicler of the study of neighbourhood change. As a pioneer, he staked out the still-nascent field early in his career especially in his book Housing Markets and Public Policy. As chronicler and synthesiser, he col-laborated with three other authors in to produce The Dynamics of Neighborhood Change and Decline, one of the most incis.

Social Housing, Disadvantage and Neighbourhood Liveability examines the major national and local developments that externally affected these neighbourhoods: the Celtic tiger boom, area-based interventions, and reforms in social housing management.

Additionally, the book examines changes in the culture of social housing through studies of crime.Events 30 Sep Venezuela after Chavez: reflections on an uncertain future. A Politics event Time: Venue: RoomAdam Smith Building.

Presenter: Dr Inaki Sag. While state distributed housing in the pre-reform era is inherent to organised urban control, housing commercialisation leads to privatisation of neighbourhood space and thus further expands the gap between state and residents.5 In Shanghai, the share of market-based housing production has increased from about 20% in to about 65% in