Housing markets are at the centre of the recent global financial
turmoil. In this well-researched study, a multidisciplinary group
of leading analysts explores the impact of the crisis within, and
between, countries. The impacts of the so-called global crisis are,
in fact, highly uneven for both households and institutions. This
unique book investigates why this is the case as well as
emphasizing the consequences. It encompasses the experiences of all
the major economies, including: Australia, China, Hong Kong,
Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, the UK,
the USA and Vietnam, highlighting and comparing a wide range of
housing systems and crisis impacts. Housing Markets and the Global
Financial Crisis will strongly appeal to academics and postgraduate
students in social policy, urban studies, public policy, economics,
sociology and human geography. In addition, anyone with a general
interest in globalization, neoliberalism and the changing nature of
contemporary capitalist societies, as well as those with particular
interests in housing markets and housing policy, will find this
book enriching and enlightening.
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