Housing Studies

(The H4-Index of Housing Studies is 17. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
Understanding responses to homelessness during COVID-19: an examination of Australia51
Housing price bubbles in Greater Sydney: evidence from a submarket analysis39
Generation Rent and housing precarity in ‘post crisis’ Ireland31
Secure occupancy, power and the landlord-tenant relation: a qualitative exploration of the Irish private rental sector28
Digital informalisation: rental housing, platforms, and the management of risk28
The determinants of homeownership affordability in Greater Sydney: evidence from a submarket analysis26
Drivers of housing (un)affordability in the advanced economies: a review and new evidence23
When homes earn more than jobs: the rentierization of the Australian housing market20
The experience of precarity: low-paid economic migrants’ housing in Manchester20
Thinking relationally about housing and home19
The “Souths” of the “Wests”. Southern critique and comparative housing studies in Southern Europe and USA18
The resilience of social rental housing in the United Kingdom, Sweden and Denmark. How institutions matter18
Performing the ‘good tenant’18
Grassroots struggles challenging housing financialization in Spain18
Experiencing housing precarity in the private rental sector during the covid-19 pandemic: the case of Ireland17
(Im)mobility at the margins: low-income households’ experiences of peripheral resettlement in India and South Africa17
Owning vs. Renting: the benefits of residential stability?17
Towards a relational and comparative rather than a contrastive global housing studies17