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Twenty-first century housing subsidies

John Hills

Twenty-first century housing subsidies

durable rent-fixing and subsidy arrangements for social housing.

by John Hills

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Published by Welfare State Programme in London .
Written in English


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SeriesDiscussion paper -- WSP/33
ContributionsWelfare State Programme.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13963634M

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Elemental, based in Santiago, Chile, epitomizes a new generation of pioneering, socially engaged architects. The firm specializes in innovative, powerful, and humane public-interest projects, working on both large and small scales across Chile, the United States, Mexico, Switzerland, and China. Kinda funny that he says something to the effect of "Marx and the communists were wrong" at the start of the book, and then spends the rest of the book showcasing tons and tons of data that proves that they were right about capitalism. If you ignore Piketty's liberal ideology / solutions and .


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