Housing Studies

Papers
(The TQCC of Housing Studies is 5. 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.)
ArticleCitations
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 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
The really big contradiction: homeownership discourses in times of financialization20
Generation Rent and housing precarity in ‘post crisis’ Ireland19
Women’s mobility, neighbourhood socio-ecologies and homemaking in urban informal settlements19
The “Souths” of the “Wests”. Southern critique and comparative housing studies in Southern Europe and USA17
The experience of precarity: low-paid economic migrants’ housing in Manchester17
‘We prefer our Dutch’: International students’ housing experiences in the Netherlands17
Thinking relationally about housing and home15
When homes earn more than jobs: the rentierization of the Australian housing market15
Beyond proper political squatting: exploring individualistic need-based occupations in a public housing neighbourhood in Naples15
Living in precarious housing: non-standard employment and housing careers of young professionals in Ireland15
Owning vs. Renting: the benefits of residential stability?15
The resilience of social rental housing in the United Kingdom, Sweden and Denmark. How institutions matter15
Tiny houses: movement or moment?14
Homeless pathways and the struggle for ontological security14
The inbetweeners of the housing markets – young adults facing housing inequality in Malmö, Sweden13
(Im)mobility at the margins: low-income households’ experiences of peripheral resettlement in India and South Africa13
Measuring residential satisfaction over time: results from a unique long-term study of a large housing estate13
Tenure type mixing and segregation12
Displacement and estate demolition: multi-scalar place attachment among relocated social housing residents in London12
Responsiveness of sub-divided unit tenants’ housing consumption to income: a study of Hong Kong informal housing12
Performing the ‘good tenant’12
What's wrong with investment apartments? On the construction of a ‘financialized’ rental investment product in Vienna12
The invisible hand of the shareholding state: the financialization of Italian real-estate investment funds for social housing12
Rapid rehousing for persons experiencing homelessness: a systematic review of the evidence12
Towards a relational and comparative rather than a contrastive global housing studies12
Housing accessibility for seniors with mobility and grasping disabilities: lessons from the American Housing Survey11
Housing differentiation and subjective social status of Chinese urban homeowners: evidence from CLDS11
Experiencing housing precarity in the private rental sector during the covid-19 pandemic: the case of Ireland11
Drivers of housing (un)affordability in the advanced economies: a review and new evidence11
Measuring housing poverty in Poland: a multidimensional analysis10
Understanding the effects of school catchment areas and households with children in ethnic residential segregation10
Housing shortages and the new downturn of residential mobility in the US10
Social policy or crowding-out? Tenant protection in comparative long-run perspective10
Responding to housing precarity: the coping strategies of generation rent9
From the streets to the statehouse: how tenant movements affect housing policy in Los Angeles and Berlin9
‘Home’ as an essentially contested concept and why this matters9
A systems perspective for residential preferences and dwellings: housing functions and their role in Swiss residential mobility9
Vulnerability and opportunity: making sense of the rise in single-family rentals in US neighbourhoods9
Relational housing across the North–South divide: learning between Albania, Uganda, and the UK9
Land and the housing affordability crisis: landowner and developer strategies in Luxembourg’s facilitative planning context9
The value of self-build: understanding the aspirations and strategies of owner-builders in the Homeruskwartier, Almere9
A zone of exception? Interrogating the hybrid housing regime and nested enclaves in China-Singapore Suzhou-Industrial-Park9
Young people and housing transitions during COVID-19: navigating co-residence with parents and housing autonomy9
Housing and health for people with refugee- and asylum-seeking backgrounds: a photovoice study in Australia 9
Neighbourhood satisfaction in rural resettlement residential communities: the case of Suqian, China8
The housing pathways of lesbian and gay youth and intergenerational family relations: a Southern European perspective8
Renovations as an investment strategy: circumscribing the right to housing in Sweden8
Ending gated communities: the rationales for resistance in China8
Tenure insecurity, precarious housing and hidden homelessness among older renters in New Zealand8
Solving puzzles in the Canadian housing market: foreign ownership and de-coupling in Toronto and Vancouver8
Digital informalisation: rental housing, platforms, and the management of risk8
Planning for social sustainability: mechanisms of social exclusion in densification through large-scale redevelopment projects in Swiss cities8
Flammable cladding and the effects on homeowner well-being8
School choice and school segregation in the context of gentrifying Amsterdam8
Need for shelter, demand for housing, desire for home: a psychoanalytic reading of home-making in Vancouver8
The new housing precariat: experiences of precarious housing in Malmö, Sweden8
Patterns of distributive justice: social housing and the search for market dynamism in Amsterdam8
Affordability through design: the role of building costs in collaborative housing8
Collaborative housing communities through the COVID-19 pandemic: rethinking governance and mutuality8
Housing inequality: a systematic scoping review8
Property-led renewal, state-induced rent gap, and the sociospatial unevenness of sustainable regeneration in Taipei7
Spillover effects in neighborhood housing value change: a spatial analysis7
Reified scarcity & the problem space of ‘need’: unpacking Australian social housing policy7
Making home? Permitted and prohibited place-making in youth homeless accommodation7
Housing tenure and educational opportunity in the Paris metropolitan area7
Housing affordability and mental health: an analysis of generational change7
Housing transformation, rent gap and gentrification in Ghana’s traditional houses: Insight from compound houses in Bantama, Kumasi7
The remarkable stability of social housing in Vienna and Helsinki: a multi-dimensional analysis7
International students struggling in the private rental sector in Australia prior to and during the pandemic7
Social housing construction and improvements in housing outcomes for Inuit in Northern Canada7
The roles of the state in the financialisation of housing in Turkey7
Housing regimes and residualization of the subsidized rental sector in Europe 2005-20167
Homelessness and critical realism: a search for richer explanations7
Tenant selection in the private rental sector of Paris and Geneva7
Does housing tenure matter? Owner-occupation and wellbeing in Britain and Austria7
Grassroots struggles challenging housing financialization in Spain7
Ethical action in the age of austerity: cases of care in two community land trusts6
Racial disparity in exposure to housing cost burden in the United States: 1980–20176
Price and rental differentials in gated versus non-gated communities: the case of Accra, Ghana6
Severe and persistent housing instability: examining low-income households’ residential mobility trajectories in the United States6
‘Active, young, and resourceful’: sorting the ‘good’ tenant through mechanisms of conditionality6
The institutionalization of shared rental housing and commercial co-living6
The mechanics of housing collectivism: how forms and functions affect affordability6
Homeownership and fertility intentions among migrant population in urban China6
Leaving poor neighbourhoods: the role of income and housing tenure6
The impact of housing on refugees: an evidence synthesis6
The effect of virtual reality on the marketing of residential property6
Influence of educational and cultural facilities on apartment prices by size in Seoul: do residents’ preferred facilities influence the housing market?6
Homeownership attainment of adult children in urban China: parental attributes and financial support6
Understanding after-housing disposable income effects on rising inequality6
Overlap of migrants' housing and neighbourhood mobility6
Insecure tenure in Amsterdam: who rents with a temporary lease, and why? A baseline from 20156
Urban villagers as real estate developers: embracing property mind through ‘planting’ housing in North-east China6
Understanding the principle of consumer choice in delivering housing first6
Public housing and territorial stigma: towards a symbolic and political economy6
Funding resilient and fragile social housing systems in Ireland and Denmark6
Harnessing the real estate market for equitable affordable housing provision: insights from the city of Santa Monica, California6
Everyday activism: Private tenants demand right to home5
Conceptualizing the connections of formal and informal housing markets in low- and middle-income countries5
Housing as asset-based welfare. The case of France5
Do solar panels increase housing rents in Australia?5
Becoming landlords: the changing interests of non-profit and co-operative housing providers in Manitoba, Canada5
A homeownership paradox: why do Chinese homeowners rent the housing they live in?5
Housing quality determinants of depression and suicide ideation by age and gender5
Mine housing in the South African coalfields: the unforeseen consequences of post-apartheid policy5
Is LGBT homelessness different? Reviewing the relationship between LGBT identity and homelessness5
‘My home is my people’ homemaking among rough sleepers in Leipzig, Germany5
Housing rights, homelessness prevention and a paradox of bureaucracy?5
Neighbourhood at the crossroads: differentiation in residential change and gentrification in a post-socialist inner-city neighbourhood5
The refugee camp as urban housing5
Long-term housing affordability in spatial general equilibrium5
Facebook as soft infrastructure: producing and performing community in a mixed tenure housing development5
‘Making a home’: an occupational perspective on sustaining tenancies following homelessness5
“Walls within walls: examining the variegated purposes for walling in Ghanaian gated communities”5
Unpicking the downsizing discourse: understanding the housing moves made by older people in England5
Policy movement in housing research: a critical interpretative synthesis5
Home in the big city: does place of origin affect homeownership among the post-80s generation in Shanghai5
Learning through housing activism in Barcelona: knowledge production and sharing in neighbourhood-based housing groups5
Housing wealth and aged care: asset-based welfare in practice in three OECD countries5
Policy failure or f***up: homelessness and welfare reform in England5
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