Page 6 - ENHR 2019 Abstract Book
P. 6

Are homeowners better investors? The effect of housing on household investment in the United
                  Kingdom ............................................................................................................................................... 110
                  Financialization of (Informal) Housing in Turkey: Role of Regulations and State Involvement ......... 111

                  Housing affordability: beyond measurement ........................................................................................ 112
                  Housing taxation: a new database for Europe ....................................................................................... 113
                  Land value, land urban rent and housing policy on the Polish housing market .................................... 114

                  How residential developers in England assess planning risk ................................................................ 115
               WORKSHOP No. 9 | HOUSING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES ................................................. 116
                  Relocation and informal settlement upgrading in South Africa: The case study of Mangaung township,
                  Free State Province ............................................................................................................................... 116
                  A Cross-sectional Study on the Impact of Typical Indexes of Residential Buildings on the Residents’
                  Fertility Rate and Their Attitude Toward Fertility ................................................................................ 117
                  Exploring health implications of upgrading informal housing settlements: evidence form Mangaung
                  Township, South Africa ........................................................................................................................ 118

                  Socioeconomic determinants of leaving parental home and new household formation in Brazillian
                  urban areas ............................................................................................................................................ 119

                  An Attempt to Question the TOKI Housing Project in Neoliberal Turkey: Integrating the Poor? ....... 120
                  Mixed-Use Projects as Neoliberal Urbanization’s Tool for Transforming the Space: The Case Study of
                  İzmir New City Centre, Turkey ............................................................................................................ 121
                  Self-redevelopment as a model for Mumbai’s housing crisis ............................................................... 122
               WORKSHOP No. 10 | HOUSING LAW .............................................................................................. 123
                  The implementation of the Directive 2014/17/UE on credit agreements for consumers relating to
                  residential immovable property in Spain: the treatment of unfair terms............................................... 123

                  Housing law and policy in Portugal: recent breakthroughs .................................................................. 124
                  Certificates of Urgency: Dutch Ex-Offenders’ Ticket to Housing? ...................................................... 125
                  Public rental housing as an instrument to realize the right to housing .................................................. 126

                  Homes at stake in the War on Drugs..................................................................................................... 127
                  The impact of the «ELAN» Act on the guarantees of housing rights in France ................................... 128
                  Tenant protection in a time of “touristification” and rent speculation - The Portuguese legal reaction129

                  Condominium Apartments as a challenge to urban regeneration: A comparative view of laws and
                  practices ................................................................................................................................................ 130

                  Disintermediating the access to housing through the blockchain ......................................................... 131
                  Interrogating the meaning of ‘homeless’ in English homelessness law ............................................... 132
                  International law, tenure security and big data analysis ....................................................................... 133

                  Housing policies in a multilevel governance. An analysis of the Galician case ................................... 134
                  Improving Estonian Private Rental Sector: Actions and Reactions ...................................................... 135

                                                              5
   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11