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Housing Policy Systems in South and East Asia

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Central government policies,
  • Housing,
  • Social Science,
  • Ethnic Issues,
  • Sociology,
  • East Asia, Far East,
  • South East Asia,
  • Ethnic Studies - African American Studies - General,
  • Sociology - General,
  • Social Science / Sociology / General,
  • General,
  • Asia, Southeastern,
  • Case studies,
  • East Asia,
  • Housing policy,
  • Southeast Asia

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRazali Agus (Editor), John Doling (Editor), Dong-Sung Lee (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9585032M
    ISBN 100333794842
    ISBN 109780333794845

    The new divisare books are small format pocket-book size, in limited editions of copies, high-resolution digital printed, bound, with a hardcover, finished in fine English paper. Titles on the cover are silver foil hot stamped. We attach great importance to the tactile quality of the book as an object as well as, of course, its contents. Expanding housing finance to the underserved in South Asia: market review and forward agenda / Tatiana Nenova. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN — ISBN (electronic) 1. Low-income housing—South Asia—Finance. 2. Housing policy—South Asia. I. Title. HDA4N46

      Another feature of housing policy in the Republic of Korea was that public sector institutions played a key role in housing supply. The major public sector players were the Korea National Housing Corporation () and the Korea Land Development Corporation (), which merged to form the current Land and Housing Corporation ().   In recent years, housing affordability has become a core issue, and a focus of housing interventions, in most Asia Pacific societies as the efficacy of previous housing policies diminished and economic contexts changed. Housing market volatility has in many countries become the norm and economic growth, by:

      Early housing interventions in East Asian countries largely focused on the rapid delivery of high volume, typically high-rise, apartments for working households (see Agus, Doling and Lee, ). This drove urbanization and industrialization, sustaining the rapid pace of Cited by: 3. The discussion of the Chinese housing policy is often located in the literature of the East Asia model of housing regimes. It is widely hold that national housing systems in East Asia share an important common to use housing development as a means to drive urban development and economic growth (Doling & Ronald, ). Particularly, the research Cited by:


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This book provides an up-to-date account of housing policy systems in eight countries - Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan. This book provides an up-to-date account of housing policy systems in eight countries - Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand and Singapore.

With one chapter devoted to each country, there are, in addition, introductory and concluding chapters, in which the editors identify.

This book provides an up-to-date account of housing policy systems in eight countries - Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand and Singapore. With one chapter devoted to each c. This book brings together information about the development of housing policy in a number of countries of south and east Asia.

the countries selected are the more industrialised and economically advanced: Japan as the first and pre-eminent industrialised economy in the region; the four little tigers of Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan; and three of the next wave – Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.

Get this from a library. Housing policy systems in South and East Asia. [Mohd. Razali Agus.; J F Doling; Dong-Sung Lee;] -- This volume provides an up-to-date account of housing policy systems in eight countries: Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand and Singapore.

Get this from a library. Housing policy systems in South and East Asia. [Mohd. Razali Agus.; J F Doling; Dong-Sung Lee;] -- This book provides an up-to-date account of housing policy systems in eight countries: Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand and Singapore.

With one chapter devoted to each. Housing Policy Systems in South and East Asia Razali Agus, John Doling, Dong-Sung Lee This book provides an up-to-date account of housing policy systems in eight countries - Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand and Singapore.

Housing policy has been central to the economic success stories of the major East Asian economies as well as a pillar of social and welfare provision.

This book explores not only the development of their distinctive approach, but also the challenges posed in recent years, and currently, by rapid socio-economic and demographic change. To make housing the central theme is welcome, since the role of the housing market in economic instability is crucial.

The focus on East Asia will be valuable, given that most literature on real estate cycles has tended to concentrate on Europe and the US. The State’s Role in Housing Policy in South Korea and Singapore, Economic Geography, 74 (3) – CrossRef Google Scholar Pugh, C.

() The Changing Roles of Self-Help in Housing and Urban Policies, –, Third World Planning Review, 19 (1) 91–Cited by: 9. I Housing Policies to Promote Homeownership 8 I Housing Policies to Assist Low-Income Renters 9 1: Overview of Housing Policies along Four Dimensions 21 Policy Effects on the Demand and Utility (Owner-occupied houses) 64 Policy Effects on Demand and Utility (Rental houses) 65 Optimal Demand Levels and Utility 66 Author: Naoyuki Yoshino, Matthias Helble.

This book is the first to evaluate the organisation, behaviour and performance of six major East Asianreal estate markets. Itoffers a unique analysis of the growth and transformation of the real estate sector across East Asia.

The authorsexamine the interactions between volatility in the sector and the overall stability of the economy, in particular during the Asia financial crisis of   Housing and the New Welfare State shows that housing is becoming critical to asset-based welfare not only in Western Europe but also in the six East Asian housing systems that are a major focus of the book.

Chapters by leading East Asian scholars provide analysis of housing policies in Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, China and by: Social Policy in East and South East Asia provides the first systematic comparison of the policy sectors of income maintenance, health, housing and education in Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan.

It focuses particularly on the provision and financing arrangements of these four Asian newly industrialized economies and their outcomes in terms of adequacy, efficiency and equity.

Social Policy in East and Southeast Asia: Education, Health, Housing and Income Maintenance - CRC Press Book Social Policy in East and South East Asia provides the first systematic comparison of the policy sectors of income maintenance, health, housing and education in Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan.

Social Policy in East and South East Asia provides the first systematic comparison of the policy sectors of income maintenance, health, housing and education in Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan. It focuses particularly on the provision and financing arrangements of these four Asian newly industrialized economies and their outcomes in terms of adequacy, efficiency and equity, 4/5(1).

Down south, the housing market in Indonesia is suffering from the lack of regulations that would address affordable housing issues of the low income group within the nation. According to the Jakarta Post, the lack of political will to manage the low income housing sector is the main reason behind this stagnation.

Housing and the New Welfare State shows that housing is becoming critical to asset-based welfare not only in Western Europe but also in the six East Asian housing systems that are a major focus of the book. Chapters by leading East Asian scholars provide analysis of housing policies in Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, China and Taiwan.

To mitigate income disparities in emerging Asian countries, housing policy is an important means to support adequate housing for lower-income and middle-income groups.

Research in this area examines various ways in which government policy can support housing investment with important implications for the financial stability of advanced and developing countries.

Housing policy in South Korea has developed in significantly different ways to those which characterise Western countries. However, South Korea has undergone profound changes since the Asian economic crisis in Facing a crisis in all areas, social policy reform, including housing policy, was demanded both from within and outside the Size: KB.

Housing Policy Systems in South and East Asia By Mohammed Razali Agus; John Doling; Dong-Sung Lee Palgrave, Read preview Overview Taking the Government out of Housing Finance: Principles for Reforming the Housing Finance Market: An American Enterprise Institute Policy White Paper By Pinto, Peter J.

Wallison Alex J. Pollock Edward J. AEI.Housing policy has been central to the economic success stories of the major East Asian economies as well as a pillar of social and welfare provision. Implications of the changing public housing policy in South Korea Bokyong Seo Department of Urban Planning and Design, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong & Yu-Min Joo Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, Singapore Correspondence [email protected]: Bokyong Seo, Yu-Min Joo.