Mass Housing - Thesis Research Methods Subscribe to this list

| Select titles to:
Alone together : by Cromley, Elizabeth Collins Publication: Ithaca Cornell University Press 1990 . xv,252p. Holdings: CEPT Library (728.3140974 CRO) . Log in to add tags.
Building prosperity : the centrality of housing in economic development by Tibaijuka, Anna Kajumulo Publication: London Earthscan 2009 . xvi, 272p. , CONTENTS List of Case Studies, Boxes, Figures and Tables ix Foreword by Ban Ki-Moon xiii Acknowledgements xv The Centrality of Housing to Economic Development 1 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Rapid and chaotic urbanization 4 1.3 Globalization 6 1.4 Housing as a catalyst of economic growth and development 7 1.5 Poverty reduction strategy papers 10 1.6 The key thesis of the book 11 1.7 Objectives and structure of the book 12 2 A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Housing and Economic Development 19 2.1 Introduction 19 2.2 Dynamic factors of housing investments 20 2.2.1 Housing demand framework 21 2.2.2 Economic development models 22 2.2.3 Stages of economic development 24 2.2.4 The nature of the political and economic system 24 2.2.5 Macroeconomic variables 25 2.2.6 Macroeconomic institutions 26 2.3 Implications of housing investments 26 2.3.1 Direct positive effects 26 2.3.2 Indirect positive effects 27 2.3.3 Housing investment and the MDGs/PRSPs framework27 2.3.4 Negative effects 31 3 Historical Evolution of Ideas on Housing and Economic Development 35 3.1 Introduction 35 3.2 Early debates and issues surrounding housing policy 35 3.3 Social housing policy 37 3.4 Slum upgrading programmes 38 3.5Site-and-service programmes 40 3.6 The enabling approach and urban management 42 3.7 Recent perspectives on housing and economic development 44 3.7.1 The sustainable urban development phase 44 3.7.2 The Habitat II phase 45 3.7.3 The Millennium Development Declaration phase 46 3.7.4 The Istanbul +5 phase 47 3.7.5 Upgrading the Habitat Center to a UN Programme 47 3.8 Revitalization of human settlements' financing activities 49 3.8.1 The Slum Upgrading Facility 50 3.8.2 The Water and Sanitation Trust Fund 51 3.8.3 Experimental reimbursable seeding operations 52 3.8.4 Women Land Access Trusts 53 3.9 Summing up 80 Housing as a Source of Economic Development 83 4.1Overview of early views and approaches 83 4.2 The influence of housing activities on economic development 86 4.2.1 Direct impacts of housing development 86 4.2.2 Indirect impacts of housing development 101 4.3 The importance of housing in national development planning 102 4.3.1 Housing as a share of government expenditure 103 4.3.2 Housing as a share of international development lending 104 4.3.3 The importance of housing to poverty reduction strategies 105 4.3.4 Housing as a source of innovation, technology and aesthetic improvement 108 4.4 Summing up 126 AppendixGross national income (GNI) per capita, human development index (HDI) and household size in selected countries 128 Housing Finance and Development 133 5.1 Introduction 133 5.2 Housing finance and development 135 5.3 Types and sources of housing finance 139 5.3.1 Conventional mortgage finance 139 5.3.2 Housing subsidies 143 5.3.3 Housing microfinance 148 5.3.4 Migrant remittances 156 5.3.5 Informal finance 157 5.4 Organizations involved in the provision of housing finance 158 5.5 Summing up 163 6 Housing as a Social Policy Instrument 165 6.1 Introduction 165 6.2 Developing countries 166 6.2.1 Context 166 6.2.2 Drivers of housing policy 167 6.2.3 Phases of housing policy 169 6.3 Transition countries 178 6.3.1 Context 178 6.3.2 Drivers of housing policy 180 6.3.3 Phases of housing policy 181 6.4 Developed countries 189 6.4.1 Context 189 6.4.2 Drivers of housing policy 192 6.4.3 Phases of housing policy 193 6.5 Summing up 202 7 Conclusions and Recommendations 209 7.1 Introduction 209 7.2 Housing as a source of sustainable economic development 211 7.2.1 Key policy lessons 211 7.2.2 Policy recommendations 212 7.3 Housing finance and development 217 7.3.1 Policy lessons and recommendations 217 7.3.2 Rental housing 220 7.3.3 Residential mobility 222 7.4 Formal housing finance 222 7.5 Housing microfinance 225 7.6 Social policy dimensions of housing investments 230 7.6.1 Introduction 230 7.6.2 Key policy lessons for developing countries 230 7.6.3 Policy recommendations for developing countries 231 7.6.4 Key policy lessons for transition countries 232 7.6.5 Policy recommendations for transition countries 233 7.6.6 Key policy lessons for developed countries 235 7.6.7 Policy recommendations for developed countries 236 References 241 Index 259 Holdings: CEPT Library (363.582 TIB) .
Challenges of the housing economy : an international perspective by Jones, Colin & others Ed. Publication: Chichester,West Sussex etc John Wiley & Sons 2012 . xviii,316p. , Contents Contributors xiii Glossary xvii 1 Introduction: The Housing Economy and the Credit Crunch 1 Colin Jones The Irish example 2 International historical housing market context 3 Dynamics of the housing market 6 Housing market and the economy 9 Origins and impact of credit crunch 11 Objectives and structure of the book 18 Summary 23 2 US Housing Policy in the Era of Boom and Bust 25 Harry W Richardson, Gordon F Mulligan and John L Carruthers House prices from 1995 to present 27 Housing reforms for the future 35 Conclusion 44 3 Housing Bubbles and Foreclosures that Follow: The Case of Las Vegas 47 Craig A Depken II, Harris Hollans and Steve Swidler Data and definition of property flipping 48 Anatomy of boom bust market dynamics 50 Foreclosure activity after the bubble burst 51 Concluding thoughts 55 4 Unemployment Risk, Homeownership and Housing Wealth: Lessons from Bubble Aftermath in Japan 58 Yoko Moriizumi and Michio Naoi Housing bubble and burst in Japan 60 Unemployment risk and homeownership 68 Housing wealth and consumption 74 Conclusion 81 Appendices: Details of statistical analysis 83 5 The Changing Nature of Household Demand and Housing Market Trends in China 90 Edward C Y Yiu and Sherry Y S Xu Introduction to the housing market 91 Population growth hypothesis 94 Income growth hypothesis 96 Monetary policy hypothesis 100 Conclusions 105 6 Structural Sustainability of Homeownership in Australia 108 Judith Yates Australia's housing system 110 Future projections of homeownership sustainability 119 Conclusions 126 7 Impacts on Wealth and Debt of Changes in the Danish Financial Framework Over a Housing Cycle 128 Jens Lunde Dynamics of recent Danish housing market cycles 130 Changing structure of owner occupation 133 Changing mortgage finance and indebtedness 135 Financial stability of owner-occupied households 140 Conclusions 151 8 Market Stability, Housing Finance and Homeownership in Germany 153 Peter Westerheide Characteristics of the German housing market 154 German housing price trends: an international comparison 158 Housing demand and housing investment 160 The contribution of the financing system 162 The impact of the financial crisis on the German housing market 164 High down-payment constraints and stability: contradicting aims? The role of savings behaviour 164 Conclusion and outlook 168 9 The Responsiveness of New Supply to House Prices: A Perspective from the Spanish Housing Market 170 Paloma Taltavull de La Paz Housing supply trends 171 Spanish housing market cycle pre and post the fi nancial crisis 174 Estimation of the supply elasticity of new houses 179 Summary and conclusion 184 Appendix: Details of statistical analysis 186 10 The UK Housing Market Cycle and the Role of Planning: The Policy Challenge Following the Financial Crisis 195 Colin Jones Housing market context 196 Anatomy of the housing market boom and bust 197 Evolution of the planning framework in the UK 205 Recent planning policies 207 The planning policy consequences of the recession and beyond 212 New planning agenda 213 Conclusions 214 11 Developments in the Role of Social Housing in Europe 216 Christine M E Whitehead Looking back: social housing and the welfare state in Europe 217 Outcomes 226 Future developments 231 Conclusions 233 12 Delivering Affordable Housing in the UK 235 Kenneth Gibb Historic social housing context in Scotland238 Background to the current Scottish affordability challenge 239 Assessing the emerging models 245 Concluding discussion 252 13 The Private Rented Sector As a Source of Affordable Housing 255 Michael Ball The private rented sector within the housing system 256 Potential policy developments 265 Potential attraction of large investors 272 Summary and conclusions 278 14 Conclusions: The Challenges Ahead 282 Colin Jones The credit crunch 282 Commonalities and challenges 284 The future 290 Concluding remarks 292 References 294 Index 312 Holdings: CEPT Library (363.5 JON) .
Tags:
Decent homes for all : planning's evolving role in housing provision by Gallent, Nick Publication: London & New York Routledge 2007 . xii,300,iiip. , Contents Preface and acknowledgements vii List of abbreviations x 1 Introduction 1 2 The co-evolution of housing and planning 25 3 The (re)birth of private housing provision 57 4The shifting policy landscape 79 5 Planning intervention: housing design, density and affordability 110 6 Responding to strategic and local housing pressures 142 7 The new market agenda in housing supply 172 8 Delivering housing in sustainable communities 197 9 Refraining planning: spatial strategics and community development 226 10Conclusions 249 References 273 Index 289 Holdings: CEPT Library (363.5 GAL) .
Tags:
Flexible housing by Schneider, Tatjana Publication: Oxford,Amsterdam,New York etc Architectural Press 2007 . iv,237p. , CONTENTS 1 Introduction to Flexible Housing 2 Episodes in Flexible Housing 3 The Case for Flexible Housing 4 Case Studies in Flexible Housing 5 The Design of Flexible Housing 6 The Making of Flexible Housing 7 A Manual for Flexible Housing 8 Projects of Flexible Housing Selected bibliography Figure Credits Acknowledgements Index Holdings: CEPT Library (728 SCH) .
House, but no garden : by Rao, Nikhil Publication: Minneapolis University of Minnesota Press 2013 . ix,300p. Holdings: CEPT Library (728.314 RAO) .
Housing scenario in a metropolitan city - a case study of Ahmedabad by Kotadia, Rushikesh Publication: 2012 . iv,73p.,CD-ROM Holdings: CEPT Library (P TH-1442 KOT) .
Understanding housing policy by Lund, Brian Publication: Bristol Policy Press 2011 . xv,335p. , CONTENTS Detailed contents vi List of boxes, figures and tables xi Preface xiii Acknowledgements xv One : Understanding housing policy 1 Two : Housing: The political/policy process 21 Three : Housing policy: Continuity and change 43 Four : The governance of housing 73 Five : Comparative housing policy 101 Six : Affordable housing 125 Seven : Homelessness 153 Eight : Decent and sustainable homes 177 Nine : Low demand and neighbourhood deprivation 205 Ten : Housing and social justice 229 Eleven : Conclusion: housing policy - past and future 257 References 281 Index 317 Holdings: CEPT Library (363.5 LUN) .
Urban development and housing in India 1947 to 2007. Pt.1 : urban development and housing in India : an introduction. Pt.2 : five years plans on urban development and housing (I plan to X plan and aproach paper to XI plan). Pt.3 : select urban development and housing schemes in operation. by Dwivedi, Rishi Muni Ed. Publication: New Delhi New Century Publications 2007 . xxxv,457p. Holdings: CEPT Library (363.50954 DWI) .
Log in to create new lists.
Excel To HTML using codebeautify.org Sheet Name :- Location Chart
Location Chart Basement 1 (B1) Class No. 600 - 649, 660 - 699
(B1) :Mezzanine 1 Class No. 700 - 728
(B1) :Mezzanine 2 Class No. 728.1 - 799, 650 - 659, Reference Books, Faculty work
Basement 2 (B2) Class No. 000 - 599, 800-999
Basement 3 (B3) (Please Inquire at the Counter for resources) Theses, Students' works, Bound Journals, Drawings, Atlas, Oversize Books, Rare Books, IS codes, Non-book Materials