Housing Studies

(The H4-Index of Housing Studies is 16. 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 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
The de-financialization of housing: towards a research agenda45
Understanding responses to homelessness during COVID-19: an examination of Australia43
Housing price bubbles in Greater Sydney: evidence from a submarket analysis35
Psychological and social impacts of high-rise buildings: a review of the post-occupancy evaluation literature28
Real estate crisis resolution regimes and residential REITs: emerging socio-spatial impacts in Barcelona28
Rent regulation in 21stcentury Europe. Comparative perspectives25
Secure occupancy, power and the landlord-tenant relation: a qualitative exploration of the Irish private rental sector24
The really big contradiction: homeownership discourses in times of financialization20
The determinants of homeownership affordability in Greater Sydney: evidence from a submarket analysis20
Keeping it in the family: understanding the negotiation of intergenerational transfers for entry into homeownership20
Avoidance strategies: stress, appraisal and coping in hostel accommodation20
Women’s mobility, neighbourhood socio-ecologies and homemaking in urban informal settlements19
Generation Rent and housing precarity in ‘post crisis’ Ireland19
The experience of precarity: low-paid economic migrants’ housing in Manchester17
‘We prefer our Dutch’: International students’ housing experiences in the Netherlands17
The “Souths” of the “Wests”. Southern critique and comparative housing studies in Southern Europe and USA17