International Journal of Housing Policy

(The TQCC of International Journal of Housing Policy is 4. 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 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
‘Trapped’, ‘anxious’ and ‘traumatised’: COVID-19 intensified the impact of housing inequality on Australians’ mental health35
Public housing and COVID-19: contestation, challenge and change24
Informal housing practices23
Outsiders in the periphery: studies of the peripheralisation of low income housing in Ahmedabad and Chennai, India23
Home, inequalities and care: perspectives from within a pandemic23
Public-cooperative policy mechanisms for housing commons22
Dangerous liaisons? Applying the social harm perspective to the social inequality, housing and health trifecta during the Covid-19 pandemic22
Is ‘informal’ housing an affordability solution for expensive cities? Evidence from Sydney, Australia20
Informality, the marginalised and regulatory inadequacies: a case study of tenants’ experiences of shared room housing in Sydney, Australia18
Distance and proximity matters: understanding housing transformation through micro-morphology in informal settlements15
Making a home in the private rental sector15
Research during the COVID-19 pandemic: ethics, gender and precarious work14
Housing inequalities and resilience: the lived experience of COVID-1912
People power strategies in contemporary housing movements12
Inhabitation as more-than-dwelling. Notes for a renewed grammar11
Exploring the well-being of renters during the COVID-19 pandemic11
Housing unaffordability and mental health: dynamics across age and tenure11
Risks and informality in owner-occupied shared housing: to let, or not to let?10
The effect of local housing allowance reductions on overcrowding in the private rented sector in England10
Combustible costs! Financial implications of flammable cladding for homeowners9
Housing conditions and children’s school results: evidence from Norwegian register data8
Urban informality in the Global North: (il)legal status and housing strategies of Ghanaian migrants in New York City8
Roma street-workers in Uppsala: racialised poverty and super precarious housing conditions in Romania and Sweden8
Living the liminal life: informalities in a utopian housing project8
The global pandemic is accelerating housing crises8
The uncoupling of house prices and mortgage debt: towards wealth-driven housing market dynamics7
Dwelling justice: locating settler relations in research and activism on stolen land7
Rent regulation: unpacking the debates7
Forced housing mobility and mental wellbeing: evidence from Australia7
Informal housing practices in the global north: digital technologies, methods, and ethics7
Policy-implementation dynamics of national housing programmes in India – evidence from Madhya Pradesh6
Making and unmaking home in the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative research study of the experience of private rental tenants in Ireland6
A home for xenophobia: U.S. public housing policy under Trump6
Hacking housing: theorising housing from the minor6
Documentary and resistance: There Goes Our Neighbourhood, #WeLiveHere2017 and the Waterloo estate redevelopment6
The state of housing policy research in Africa6
The role of private landlords in making a rented house a home6
Postcolonial narratives and the governance of informal housing in London5
Within-city dwelling price growth and convergence: trends from Australia’s large cities5
Chinese housing policy, capital switching and the foreign real estate investment ‘boom and bust’ in Australia5
Working from home: negotiations of domestic functionality and aesthetics5
Reframing the contested city through ethnographic film: beyond the expository on housing and the urban5
Manufactured home estates as retirement living in Australia, identifying the key drivers4
Mortgage regulation as a quick fix for the financial crisis: standardised lending and risky borrowing in Canada and the Netherlands4
From micro- to nano-segregation: policy-led vertical urbanism in Hong Kong4
Assessing the impact of funding cuts to local housing services on drug and alcohol related mortality: a longitudinal study using area-level data in England4
Genealogies of Ghana’s housing crisis: the role of colonial interventions and neoliberal reforms4
Reluctant regulators? Rent regulation in Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic4
Can we use administrative data to quantify informal housing additions at the parcel level? An analysis of Austin, USA4
Housing microfinance and housing financialisation in a global perspective4
Reimagining (informal) housing futures in uncertain times4