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  • Workshop 01 - Collaborative Housing

    title: A path analysis of factors influencing perceived neighbourhood social cohesion and perceived social support from neighbours among residents living in Collective Private Commissioning projects in the Netherlands.

    first author: Kelly van der Wiellen (reg.nr) - Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of the Built Environment, PO Box 513, 5600MB Eindhoven,, The Netherlands.

    second author: Pauline van den Berg (M356) - Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of the Built Environment, PO Box 513, 5600MB Eindhoven,, The Netherlands.

     

    title: Toward a new model of collaborative housing in Italy: the role of cohousing.

    first author: Francesca Bianchi (N390) -

     

    title: Affordable housing as a niche product: The case of the Danish "Social Housing Plus".

    first author: Jesper Ole Jensen (M045) - Danish Building Research Institute. A.C.

     

    title: Women’s only - development and current debates on cohousing for women in Germany.

    first author: Anja Szypulski (501) -

     

    title: French collaborative housing, towards new partnerships promoting affordability & social inclusion.

    first author: Labit Anne  (M073) -

    second author: Sabrina Bressin (M030) -

     

    title: Collaborative housing and affordability: Understanding the interplay between collective self-organisation, design and affordability.

    first author: Darinka Czischke (M133) - Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology,  Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL Delft, The Netherland.

    second author: Sara Brysch (reg.nr) -

     

    title: Opportunities and challenges: collaborations between community land trusts and housing associations"

    first author: Emma Griffin (N132) -

     

    title: Forms of collaborative housing and social cohesion in Brussels.

    first author: François Demonty (N128) -

    second author: Emmanuelle Lenel  (reg.nr) -

     

    title: Deconstruction and articulation: from communal to collaborative housing in Israeli kibbutzim".

    first author: Dikla Yizhar (M117) -

     

    title: Collaborative housing in Hungary: less affordable than elsewhere?

    first author: Hanna Szemzo (372) -

     

    title: Learning Through Building: Participatory Housing

    first author: Julia Heslop (373) - Department of Human Geography,Durham University,Lower Mountjoy,South Road,Durham ,DH1 3LE, UK.

    title: Governing ‘sustainable urban development’ through self-build groups and cohousing.

    first author: Hakan Thorn (reg.nr) -

    second author: David Scheller (reg.nr) -

     

    title: Innovative housing initiatives in Belgium. Filling the gap to realise the right to housing?

    first author: Jana Verstraete (M049) -

    second author: Pascal De Decker (M080) -

     

    title: Can self-organised co-housing communities be understood as situations of ‘common pool resources.

    first author: Anna Falkenstjerne Beck (027) -

    second author:  Darinka Czischke (M133)  - Delft University of Technology, Arhcicecture  and the Built Environment, Julianalaan.

     

    title: Bricolage in urban co-housing in Finland: From marginal to mainstream?

    first author: Markus Laine (reg.nr) - Tampere university of Technology.

     

    title: Challenging market practices: an exploration of citizen-led affordable housing in England and Wales.

    first author: PhD Candidate, Charlie Fisher (A387)- Technology, Design And Environment, Oxford Brooks.

     

    title: Collaborative housing research (1990–2015): A systematic review and thematic analysis of the field.

    first author: Richard Lang (367) -

    second author: Claire Carriou (M147) -

    second author:  Darinka Czischke (M133)  - Delft University of Technology, Arhcicecture  and the Built Environment, Julianalaan.

     

    title: Co-housing as a new housing instrument to support social inclusion in Eastern European postsocialist countries – the case of Hungary, the Czech Republic and Serbia.

    first author: Zsofia Glatz  (reg.nr) - Independent researcher, Zürich – Budapest

     

    title: In Search of the Path Dependency from Housing Cooperatives to cohousing in Poland.

    first author: Lydia Coudroy de Lille (M60) - Université Lumière Lyon 2.UFR T&T. 5, av Pierre Mendès France.

     

    title: Feeling at home: towards an emotional geography of the UK's first older women's co-housing.

    first author: Melissa Fernandez Arrigoitia (N64) - Institute of social futures, Lancaster University.

     

  • Workshop 02 - Disadvantaged Urban Neighbourhood and Communities

    title: Settling in the urban arrival neighbourhood or in the periphery? Exploring the arrival and transition infrastructure for immigrants in three different cases in Belgium".

    first author: Elise Schillebeeckx (M072) -

     

    title:  A comparative study of segregation patterns in Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden: Neighbourhood Concentration and Representation of Non-European migrants.

    first author: Eva Andersson (M054) -

    second author: Bo Malmberg, Rafael Costa, Bart Sleutjes, Marcin Jan Helga de Valk.

     

    title: Adolescent Neighborhood context and transition to parenthood: A longitudinal study.

    first author: Bo Malberg (M053) -

    secondauthor: Eva Andersson (M054) -

     

    title: Spatial Accessibility to Primary Health Care Before and After Marketization in Stockholm, Sweden.

    first author: Kati Kadarik (reg. num) -

     

    title: Changing patterns of spatial marginalization in CEE countries.

    first author: Tunde Virag (N180) -

     

    title: Social capital in ethnically diverse suburbs: Islamophobia and Muslim visibility close-up.

    first author: Val Colic-Peisker  (reg. num) -

     

    title: Layers of the City", Urban development dynamic in different parts of the city".

    first author: Mireda Thana (reg. num) -

     

    title: The processes of poverty decentralisation in two Scottish cities 1991-2011.

    first author: Mark Livingston (M153) - Urban Studies, University of Glasgow, 7 Lilybank Gardens, Glasgow, G12 8RZ.

    second author: Nick Bailey (reg. num) - Urban Studies, University of Glasgow, 7 Lilybank Gardens, Glasgow, G12 8RZ. 

    second author: Wouter van Gent (reg. num) -  Urban Studies, University of Glasgow, 7 Lilybank Gardens, Glasgow, G12 8RZ. 

     

    title: Collaborative partnerships for affordable housing: experiences from the global south and lessons for the global north".

    first author: Aysegul Can  (N170) - Independent Researcher, Istanbul, Turkey

     

    title: More residents in work and greater residential with the neighbourhood.

    first author: Gunvor Christensen (M143) - SFI, Herluf Trolles Gade.

    second author: Vibeke Jakobson (reg. num) - SFI, Herluf Trolles Gade.

     

    title: Why neighborhood matters: coordinating planning, Economic development and schooling.

    first author: David Varady (M052) - University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Ohio

    second author: Adelyn Hall (reg. num) - Community Learning Center Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio

  • Workshop 03 - East European Housing & Urban Policy

    title: Public-Private Partnership as a tool for creation of social housing stock

    first author: Zaleczna Magdalena (N024) -

     

    title: Institutional paths of a transformation of housing markets in post-socialist countries.

    first author: Zaleczna Magdalena (N024) -

     

    title: Influencing urban policies through media discourse? Justification and criticism of urban allotments in socialist and post-socialist newspaper articles.

    first author: Tomáš Samec (M038) - Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Jilska 1, Prague, Czech Republic.

    second author: Petr Gibas (reg. num) -

     

    title: Innovative model for social housing.

    first author: Sasha Tsenkova (reg. num) - University of Calgary, 2500 University Drive NW, Calgary, Canada.

    second author: Doris Andoni - POLIS University, Tirana, Albania.

     

    title: Persistencies, Path-dependencies and Ruptures: A century-long view on urban housing in post-Soviet cities

    first author: Sebastian Kohl - Uppsala University, Institute for Housing and Urban Research (IBF), Sweden

    second author:  Alexander Kalyukin - Uppsala University, Institute for Housing and Urban Research (IBF), Sweden

     

    title: Housing regimes in new member states.

    first author: Jozcef Hegedus (N370) - Metropolitan Research Institute

     

    title: The need for affordable housing policy in Prague.

    first author: Michal Nemec (N359) -

    first author: Tomas Brabec (N358) -

     

    title: Housing as a potential welfare asset during old age : Examining the relevance of the notion in the case of Slovenia.

    first author: Richard Sendi (M037) - Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, Trnovski pristan 2, 1000 Ljubjana

    second author: Bostjan Kebler (reg.num) -

    second author: Masa Filipovic Hrast. (reg.num) -

     

    title: Is social housing in Poland affected by ghettoization?

    first author:Suzanna Rataj  (M389) - Depertment of Sociology and Philosophy. Poznań University of Economics and Busines

    second author: Katarzyna Suszyńska (reg.nr) - Department of Investment and Real Estate. Poznań University of Economics and Busines.

  • Workshop 04 - Empty Homes

    title: Vacant houses: a response for emergency policies in Athens

    first author: Thomas Maloutas (N051) - Dept of Geography, Harokopio University

     

    title: Vacant houses in Denmark: Problems, localization and initiatives.

    first author: Jesper Ole Jensen (M045) - Danish Building Research Institute. A.C. Meyers Vænge 15, 2450 Cph

     45 Line Valdorff Madsen.

    title: Empty Homes and Asset Based Community Development.

    first author: David Mullins (M357) - University of Birmingham.

     

    title: Helping vulnerable people to become tenants: replacing the rent for payments in kind.

    first author: Rosa Maria Garcia Teruel (M013) - UNESCO Chair on housing. Rovira i Virgili University. Av. Catalunya, 35, Tarragona.

  • Workshop 05 - Energy Efficiency and Environmental Sustainability of Housing

    title: What influence does household behavior have on reducing energy consumption? What real savings can be made?

    first author: Isabelle Vervisch-Fortuné (M017)

     

    title: Risk analysis on housing energy retrofitting in China with transaction costs considerations.

    first author: Ling Jia (M120)

    second author: Queena K. Qian (reg.num) -

    second author: Frits Meijer  (reg.num) -

    second author: Henk Visscher  (M007) -

     

    title: Reducing the gap between modelled and actual energy consumption in dwellings.  first author: Jonathan Whiterley (M086)

     

    title: Do volume extensions improve the financial attractiveness of energy renovations?

    first author: N.E.T. Niboer (M057)

     

    title: Co-housing design: Does it live up to ideals?

    first author: Lidewij Tummers (M151) -

     

    title: Upgrading Glasgow’s high-rise building stock – a case study.

    first author: Rosalie Menon (M176) -

    second author: Colin Porteous (reg.num) -

     

    title: Against residential energy poverty - greater energy efficiency: a case study in Spain. first author: Estefanía Calo García (reg.num) -

    second author: Rosa María Regueiro Ferreira (reg.num) - Institute for Housing and Urban Research (IBF), Uppsala University, Sweden.

     

    title: Integrating Energy Efficiency and Lifelong Living Measures- Lessons from practice.

    first author: Ermal Kapedani (reg.num) -

    second author: Griet Verbeeck (reg.num) -

     

    title: User preferences for energy efficient renovation of multi-story apartment blocks.

    first author: Sabira Elmesslaki  (M091) -

    second author: Clarine van Oel (M056) -

     

    title: Low Tech Energy Efficient Reconstruction of Student City2 in Tirana, Albania.

    first author: Martin Sobota (N174) - Cityförster Architecture & Urbansim

     

    title: Energy performance assessment of residential building stock in Albania.

    first author: Egla Luca POLIS University, Faculty of Architecture, Engineering and Design, Albania

    second author: Merita Guri POLIS University, Faculty of Architecture, Engineering and Design, Albania

     

    title: Requal : A new perspective to  reveal the Real Estate Quality.

    first author: Larceneux Fabrice (reg.num)- Universite Paris Dauphine

    first author: Simon Arnaud (reg.num) - Universite Paris Dauphine

     

    title: Energy assessment for vernacular architecture in Kure -Kastamonu.

    first author: Burcu Buken Cantimur (reg.num) -

    first author: Esra Turgut (reg.num) - -

     

    title: Every-day life and energy use – self-reported household energy behaviour in Malmö, Sweden.

    first author: Laura Liuke (N169) - Department of Architecture and Built Environment, Lund University.

    second author: Eja Pedersen (reg.num) - Department of Architecture and Built Environment, Lund University.

    second author: Erik Johansson (reg.num) - Department of Architecture and Built Environment, Lund University.

    second author: Åke Blomsterberg (reg.num) - Department of Architecture and Built Environment, Lund University.

     

    title: Towards a carbon neutral housing stock in the Netherlands.

    first author: Henk Visscher (M007) - OTB-Research for the Built Environment, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology

     

    title: Assessing Different Retrofitting Technologies in Function of Investment Cost.

    first author: Giorgio Mustafaraj (reg.num)- POLIS University, Albania.

    second author: Etleva Dobjani (reg.num)- POLIS University, Albania.

    second author: Enkelejda Kucaj (reg.num)- POLIS University, Albania.

    second author: Elizabeta Susaj (reg.num)- POLIS University, Albania.

    second author: Godiva Rembeci (reg.num) - POLIS University, Albania.

     

    title: Healing homelessness and informality by re(pre)fabricating social and sustainable housing.

    first author: PhD Candidate, Saimir Shtylla (A100) - POLIS University, Albania.

     

    title: Low Tech Energy Efficient Reconstruction of Student City2 in Tirana, Albania

    first author: Martin Sobota - Cityförster Architecture & Urbansim, Germany.

     

    title: Towards a carbon neutral housing stock in the Netherlands.

    first author: Henk Visscher Delft University of Technology, OTB-Research for the Built Environment, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Netherlands

     

     

  • Workshop 06 - Housing and Family Dynamics

    title: Housing in Young Adulthood and in Old Age in Russia.

    first author: Aleksandra Burdyak (M031) - Institute for Social Analysis and Forecasting, RANEPA, Moscow, Russia.

     

    title: Everyday life in English multi-generational households - motives, aspirations and challenges.

    first author: Angela Maye-Banbury (reg.num) - Development and Society Sheffield Hallam University Sheffield.

    second author: Martin Mc Nally (N173) - Department of Geography and International Development.

     

    title: Mobility and attachment; what has changed in ten years in Istanbul?

    first author: Ebru Ergoz Karahan (M011) - Özyeğin University, Faculty of Architecture and Design, Cekmekoy, Istanbul, Turkey.

     

    title: Strategies against discomfort - Lgbtq-families challenging norms of housing policy and planning.

    first author: Marie Nordfeldt (N392)

     

    title: Visualising the social space of affordable housing.

    first author: Gerald Koessl (M043) - National Housing Federation 25 Procter Street, London.

     

    title: How Does Debt Repayment Affect Family Formation and Housing among Japan's Younger Generation.

    first author: Nahoko Kawata (M161) - Faculty of Education, Oita University 700, Dannoharu, Oita, 870-1192, Japan.

    first author: Yosuike Hirayama (reg.num) - Faculty of Human Development, Kobe University. Nada, Kobe 657-8501, Japan.

     

    title: Rising Mortgage Indebtedness and Extended Working Lives.

    first author: Gavin Wood (M146) - Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

    second author: Melek Cigdem (reg.num) -

     

    title: Do Childhood Experiences of Parental Separation Lead to Homelessness?

    first author: Julie Moschion (reg.num) - Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, University of Melbourn.

    second author: Jan van Ours (reg.num) -

     

  • Workshop 07 - Housing & Living Conditions of Ageing Populations

    title: Moving home aged 55 and over: busting the downsizing myths.

    first author: Gemma Burgess (M018) - University of Cambridge

    first author: Michael Jones (reg.num) - University of Cambridge

     

    title: The Missing Middle and the Housing of Older Australians.

    first author: Bruce Judd (M116) -

    second author: Bill Randolph (reg.num) -

     

    title: Regional Heterogeneity, Intelligent Care and Urban Living.

    first author: Anupam Nanda (N113) -

     

    title: Senior collaborative housing as an anti-ageist practice: a cross-cultural perspective.

    first author: Blanca Deusdad Ayala (M046) -

    second author: Outi Hannele Jolanki (N065) -

     

    title: Ageing in place at home: the role of ICTs in facilitating self-actualisation in later life.

    first author: Ruth Hopkins (N167) -

    second author: Sarah Hillcoat-Nalletamby (M137) - CIA, CHHS, Swansea Univresity, Singleton Park, Swansea SA2 8PP Wales UK.

     

    title: Living Together Younger People in Old Age.

    first author: Giuliana Costa (reg.num) - Politecnico di Milano

     

    title: Towards a Framework for Architectural Design Enhancing Social Sustainability.

    first author: Bart Janssens Hasselt University, Faculty of Architecture & Arts, Belgium

    second author: Griet Verbeeck Hasselt University, Faculty of Architecture & Arts, Belgium

     

     

    title: Being old in service-poor environments.

    first author: Pascal De Decker (M080) -

    second author: Elise Schillebeeckx (M072) -

    Emma Volckaert (M050) -

     

    title: Residents’ Potential in a Super Aged Social Housing Community in Japan.

    first author: Yoko Matsuoka (N096) - Tokyo Kasei University

    second author: Ryoko Wada (reg.num) -

    second author: Masako Saito (reg.num) -

     

    title: Housing wealth and strategic residential mobility among Norwegian elderly.

    first author: Lars Gulbrandsen (M005) - NOVA Box 4, Olav plass 0104 Oslo

    second author: Hans Christian Sandlie (reg.num) - NOVA Box 4, Olav plass 0104 Oslo.

     

    title: The other way round? A comparing of Japanese and Dutch sheltered housing.

    first author: Dort Spierings (M010) - HAN University of applied sciences.

    second author: Olaf Smeulders (reg.num) -

    second author: Boyd van der Weiden (reg.num) -

     

    title: The housing situation of older people – Issues of investigations.

    first author: Marianne Abramsson (reg.num) - Division Ageing and Social Change. Dept of Social and Welfare Studies.

     

  • Workshop 08 - Housing and Urban Sustainability

    title: A Melbourne Housing Expo: sustainable and affordable apartment development. first author: Thomas Alves (N130) -

     

    title: Evaluation of sustainability of a Danish social housing regeneration.

    first author: Nezih Burak Bican (M122) -

     

    title: Local center development and integration of refugees in Trondheim – the role of housing.

    first author: Eli Støa (M102) - Department of Architecture and Planning, NTNU, 7491 Trondheim, Norway.

    second author:  Rolee Aranya (reg.num) -

    second author: Ragne Øwre Thorshaug (reg.num)-

    second author: Hilde Nymoen Rørtveit (reg.num) -

     

    title: Ensuring living condition for ageing populations by PPP.

    first author: Miha Konjar (N382)  -

    second author: Alenka Fikfak (reg.num) -

    second author: Janez Grom (reg.num) -

    second author: Matej Nikšič (reg.num) -

    second author: Sabina Mujkić (reg.num) -

     

    title: Requal : A new perspective to  reveal the Real Estate Quality.

    first author: Larceneux Fabrice  (reg.num) - Universite Paris Dauphine

    second author: Simon Arnaud (reg.num) - Universite paris dauphine

     

    title: Vacant homes in Southern Europe: a sustainable future?

    first author: Montserrat Pareja -Eastaway (reg.num) -

    second author:  Silvia Mugnano (reg.num) - Faculty of Sociology, Bicocca University, Milan

     

    title: Stakeholder Concerns in Sustainable Urban Renewal Decision Making in China.

    first author: Taozhi Zhuang (M150) -

    second author: Queena Qian  (reg.num) -

     

    title: Eco-efficient housing for social inclusion, well-being of marginalized and vulnerable population in peri-urban areas of Bogotá.

    second author: Claudio Varini  (reg.num) - Design faculty, Universidad Catolica de Colombia. Bogotá.

     

    title: The development of social sustainable cities in Norway- how does housing policies matter?

    first author: Katja Johannessen (N067) - The Norwegian state Housing Bank, Norway,

    second author: Maja Flaato (N066) -

     

    title: Does change of tenure to ownership cause beneficial social neighbourhood effects?

    first author: Inga Britt Werner (M368) - Urban Planning and Environment, Royal Institute of Technology, SE 10044 Stockholm

    second author: Kersitn Annadotter (M362) - KTH Royal Institute of Technology Brinellvägen 1. 100 44 Stockholm.

  • Workshop 09 - Housing Economics

    Abstract papers for this Workshop has been redirected to other Workshops according to the second option in the Submission Form.

     

  • Workshop 10 - Housing Finance

    title: Peer to peer finance - a means to bridge the affordability and accessibility gap in housing finance?

    first author: Bea Varnai (reg.nr) - IHEID

     

    title: Housing Wealth and Age Care: Asset Based Welfare in Practice

    first author: Marietta Haffner (M041) - Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology.

     

    title: The reverse mortgage: its potential use in Spain as an alternative source of income in retirement.

    first author: Héctor Simón-Moreno (360) - Housing Chair, University Rovira i Virgili; Adva. Catalunya, 35 - 43002 - Tarragona.

     

    title: Policy shift: From general mortgages to supporting the supply of means-tested rental apartments.

    first author: LúðvíkElíasson (N126) - Central Bank of Iceland, Kalkofnsvegur 1, Reykjavík, Iceland

     

    title: Economic Consequences of Influence of Social (Tenure) Norms in the Housing Market Behaviour.

    first author: Martin Lux (M390) - Institute of Sociology, Czech Academy of Sciences, Jilská 1, Praha 1, Czech Republic.

     

    title: Housing Affordability in China: Role of Policy.

    first author: Alla Koblyakova (reg.nr) - College of Art & Design and Built Environment, Nottingham Trent University.

    second author: Liming Yao (reg.nr) - College of Art & Design and Built Environment, Nottingham Trent University.

    second author: Rebecca Goodall (reg.nr) - College of Art & Designand Built Environment,School of Architecture Design and the Built Environment, Nottingham Trent University, Burton Street, NG14BU, UK

    title: Bridging the Gap to a Scalable Community Reinvestment Act in the United States.

    first author:  Roberto G. Quercia (reg.nr) - New East Building, room 315. 223 East Cameron Ave, CB 3140, Chapel Hill, NC

     

    title: The Shared Equity Credit Agreement as a new credit agreement to finance the Shared Ownership in Catalonia.

    first author:  Guillem Izquierdo Grau (N149)- Autonomous University of Barcelona. Faculty of Law. Carrer de la Vall Moronta.

     

    title: The effect of startup loan on future housing conditions.

    first author: Rolf Barlindhaug (M021) - Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research

     

    title: Knowledge Production and Home-Ownership Promotion - The Field of Real Estate Market Analysis.

    first author: Heide Has (reg.nr) - Institute of Sociology, Platz der Göttinger Sieben 3, D-37073 Göttingen.

     

    title: A Risk Assessment for Residential Property Financing in Germany.

    first author: Michael Voigtlaender (351) -

     

    title: To buy or to not to build?

    first author: Jesús Escamilla Romero (M044) - Economist. Real Estate Risk Analyst.

     

    title: Cost-effectiveness of two social housing models in Flanders – Belgium

    first author: Sien Winters (M048) -

     

    title: Targeted housing subsidies in Flanders: improving equity by the use of equivalence scales

    first author: Kristof Heylen (N074) - Research expert Housing, HIVA - Research Institute for Work and Society, KU Leuven.

     

     

  • Workshop 11 - Housing in Developing Countries

    title: Government’s Role in Affordable Housing for Istanbul.

    first author: Shilan Gharanfoli (M104) - Istanbul Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, Taskisla, Taksim, 34437 Istanbul, Turkey

    Yurdanur Dulgeroglu (M105) -

     

    title: Opportunities and challenges for informal settlers to attain the right to adequate housing following natural disaters

    first author: Jennifer Duyne Barenstein (M058) - Center for Research on Architecture, Society and the Built Environment.

     

    title: Changes in Chilean Housing Policy: more support to the private sector and less participation

    first author: Viviana Fernandez Prajoux (M068) - Faculty Of Architecture And Urbanism, University Of Chile.

     

    title: Communal values in adoption of solar by Ghanaian residents in urban areas.

    first author: Clarinevan Oel (M056) - Delft University of Technology, Department of Architecture.

    John Angoh (reg.nr.) -

     

    title: Informal settlement upgrading and poverty alleviation: The case of Thabong, South Africa.

    first author:  John Ntema (reg.nr.) - College of Human Sciences, University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa..

    title: Methodology to determine housing characteristics in less developed areas in developing countries: A case study of Quetta, Pakistan.

    first author : Waqas Ahmed Mahar (M179) - Faculty of Architecture & Arts, Hasselt. University, Campus Diepenbeek, Agoralaan, Gebouw E, 3590 Diepenbeek, Belgium.

    second author : Elke Knapen (reg.nr) - Faculty of Architecture & Arts, Hasselt. University, Campus Diepenbeek, Agoralaan, Gebouw E, 3590 Diepenbeek, Belgium.

    second author : Griet Verbeeck (reg.nr) - Faculty of Architecture & Arts, Hasselt. University, Campus Diepenbeek, Agoralaan, Gebouw E, 3590 Diepenbeek, Belgium.

     

    title: Exploring the development logics of housing sector in Chinese regime transition.

    first author : Zhihua Zhou (M179) - Department of Architecture and Built Environment, University of West of England.

     

    title: Informal settlements in Albania and (T0) of the administrative process: A policy evaluation study.

    first author: Artan Kacani - POLIS University, Tirana, Albania.

     

    title: Strategies for the development of the future city, the Bamako case.

    first author: Amarda Velcani (A393) - Politecnico di milano. Piazza Leonardo da Vinci, 32, 20133 Milano, Italy.

    Giacomo Gola (N394) - Politecnico di milano. Piazza Leonardo da Vinci, 32, 20133 Milano, Italy.

  • Workshop 12 - Housing Law

    title: Towards self-regulation in Flanders’ Private Rental Sector?

    Diederik Vermeir (N123) - University of Antwerp.  Faculty of Law., Venustraat 23, 2000 Antwerpen, Belgium.

    Jana Verstraete (M049) - KU Leuven - HaUS, Dep. of Architecture. Paleizenstraat 65/67, 1030 Schaarbeek.

     

    title: Within the public-private distinction, right to housing and consumer law in recent european  private law trends.

    Rocco Alessio Albanese (N101) -

     

    title: Limits to the tenant’s freedom of movement: Estonian Law in Comparative Perspective.

    first author: Ave Hussar (N082) - University of Tartu, Faculty of Law; Näituse 20, Tartu, Estonia

    title: Will European law result in a paradigm shift in eviction litigation?

    first author: Michel Vols (reg.nr) - University of Groningen, Faculty of Law

     

    title: Transplanting the concept of intermediate tenures.

    first author: Katarzyna Królikowska (M386) -

     

    title: Can "condohotels" work as a residential alternative?

    first author: Gemma Caballé Fabra (M008) - UNESCO Housing Chair, Av. Catalunya, 35, 43002 Tarragona (Spain).

     

     

  • Workshop 13 - Housing Market Dynamics

    title : Housing market and demographic effects, evidence from French panel data

    first author : Yasmine Essafi (N378) - Universite Paris Dauphine, France

    Arnaud Simon -

     

    title :The world comes to London: The role of overseas buyers of new London housing.

    first author : Kath Scanlon (M040) - London School of Economics. Houghton Street London.

     

    title :Affordable housing for middle income households in popular urban areas

    first author : Egbert De Vries (M035) - Amsterdam Federation of Housing Associations, Postbus.

     

    title :Ways of residing’ – future prospects.

    first author : Hedvig Vestergaard (M032) - Danish Building Research Institute, Aalborg University.

     

    title :Housing Affordability of Different Income Groups in Turkey: A Regional Comparison.

    first author : Esma Aksoy (N014) - Middle East Technical University, Department of City and Regional Planning, Ankara-Turkey.

     

    title :The need for a housing market reform in the Netherlands; threats and solutions

    first author : Peter Boelhouwer (M002) - TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture, PO Box 5043, 2600 GA Delft.

     

    title :Access to housing; who gets what and where? Vacancy chains in the Oslo housing market.

    first author : Lena Magnusson Turner (M019) - Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, NOVA, Norway.

    second author : Terje Wessel (reg.nr) - University of Oslo, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, Norway.

     

    title : A decomposition of housing supply elasticities.

    first author : Frank Vastmans (M076) - Departments of Economics, KU Leuven, Naamse straat 69, 3000 Leuven, Belgium.

    second author : Geert Goeyvaerts (reg.nr) - Departments of Economics, KU Leuven, Naamse straat 69, 3000 Leuven, Belgium.

    title: Housing depreciation and maintenance: single-family houses and apartments.

    first author : Ina Blind (M125) - Institute of housing and urban research, Uppsala University.

     

    title: Regional apartment price indexes in Austria - Following a hedonic approach with spatial controls.

    first author : Alexis Mundt (M097) - IIBW - Institute for Real Estate, Construction and Housing,

    second author : Karin Wagner (N148) -

     

    title: The impacts of the Left-digit effect and odd pricing on housing transaction price.

    first author : Chunghsien Yang (reg.nr) - Dept. Real Estate Management, National Pingtung University, Taiwan.

     

    title: Convergence of housing markets: European perspective.

    first author : Konrad Zelazowski (N023) - University of Lodz Faculty of Sociology and Economics, Department of Investment and Real Estate, ul. POW 3/5, 90-255 Lodz, Poland.

     

    title: Hedonic indexes for public and private housing in Costa Rica.

    first author : Porfirio Guevara (reg.nr) - Latin American Center for Sustainable Development and Competitiveness, INCAE Business School, Alajuela, Costa Rica.

    second author :  Robert J. Hill (reg.nr) -  Department of Economics, University of Graz, Graz, Austria.

    Michael Scholz (reg.nr) - Department of Economics, University of Graz, Graz, Austria.

     

    title: What did Great Britain ever learn from Europe?

    first author : Richard Turkington (reg.nr) - 59 Stocks Lane, Newland, Malvern, Worcs. WR13 5AZ.

     

    title: Automated Valuation Model - AVM PRIMEYIELD-UA PROTOTYPE.

    first author : Joao Lourenço Marques (reg.nr) - University of Aveiro.

    second author : Paulo Batista (reg.nr) - University of Aveiro.

  • Workshop 14 - Land Markets and Housing Policy

    title : Negotiation Process in Urban Renewal Project in Turkey: Sarıgöl-Gaziosmanpasa Case.

    first author : Sevkiye Sence Turk (N134) - Istanbul Technical University.

     

    title : Institutional change of property rights of the real estate in urban China.

    first author : Ying Zheng (M112) - Delft University of Technology, Jaffalaan 5, 2628 BD Delft, the Netherlands.

     

    title : Residential Land Price Hedonic Index: Luxembourg Example.

    first author : Brano Glumac (N075) - Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic, 11 Porte des Sciences, L-4366, Esch/Alzette.

    second author : Marcos Herrera (reg.nr) - ELDE Institute, National University of Salta, 5150 Av. Bolivia, A4408FVY, Salta.

     

    title : Reconfiguration of Land Parcels for Urban Development in Taipei.

    first author : Tzu-Chin Lin (reg.nr) - Dept. of Land Economics, NCCU, 64, Sec.2, ZhiNan. Fang-Sin Huang. CBRE Taipei Office, Taiwan.

     

    title : The analysis of housing market by land readjustment.

    first author : Ding Hsiu-yin (reg.nr) - National Chengchi University, NO.64,Sec.2,ZhiNan Rd, Taipei City, Taiwan.

    title: Analysing the Politics of Resentment: Housing Reform in England and the Efficacy of Policy.

    first author : Tony Manzi (M069) -

     

    title: An exploration of the feasibility of Community Land Trusts in an Irish Context.

    first author : Geoff Corcoran (reg.nr) - 33 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2.

     

    title: Is there an affordable housing in Luxembourg?

    first author : Magdalena Gorczynska (N124) - Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research.

     

    title: Redevelopment and the new dwelling premium.

    first author : Berit Irene Nordahl (reg.nr) -

    Dag Einar Sommervoll (N003) -

  • Workshop 15 - Metropolitan Dynamics: Urban Change, Markets and Governance

    title: Rapid growth of Airbnb apartments in Reykjavík – policy challenges and responses.

    first author :  Sigríður Kristjánsdóttir (N129) - Agricultural University of Iceland, Keldnaholt, Reykjavík.

    second author :  Lúðvík Elíasson - Central Bank of Iceland, Kalkofnsvegi 1, Reykjavík.

     

    title: The dilemmas of metropolitan city region growth in the London region.

    first author :  Duncan Bowie (M055) - Architecture and Built Environment, University of Westminster.

     

    title: The role of mental borders in suburbanization: the case of post-industrial Genk.

    first author :  Emma Volckaert (M050) - KU Leuven – Department of Architecture, Paleizenstraat 65, 1030 Brussels.

    Pascal De Decker (M080) - Faculty of Architecture, KU Leuven,St Lucas Paleizenstraat 65,1030 Brussels,Belgium.

     

    title: Changes in housing policy and residualisation in Amsterdam.

    first author :  Van der Veer Jeroen (M036) - Amsterdam Federation of Housing Associations, Postbus.

     

    title: Build new social housing in Paris Agglomeration: a necessity for households but many difficulties.

    first author :  Didier Desponds (M026)

     

    title: Spatial hybridization and its implications on Housing and City growth in Northern Europe : a focus on Brussels.

    first author :  PhD Candidate Constance Uyttebrouck (M022) -

    second author :  Jacques Teller (reg.nr) -

     

    title: A repertoire of banishment tactics: reworking the socio-demographic fabric of Landskrona, Sweden.

    first author :  Guy Baeten (N381) -

    second author :   Carina Listerborn (N380) -

     

    title: Functional urban areas around European cities – the role of housing in metropolitan cooperation

    first author : Ivan Tosics Metropolitan Research Institute, Budapest

    second author : Etienne Van Hecke KU Leuven, Departmanet of Geography and Tourism, Belgium

     

    title: Regime theory and urban development, what role for housing provision? - The case of Italy.

    first author :  Martina Gentili (reg.nr) - Gran Sasso Science Institute, Viale Francesco Crispi 7, 67100, L'Aquila, Italy.

     

    title: Albania 2030 Manifesto, an Example for Adapting Advanced National Spatial Planning Instruments for Developing Countries.

    first author : Besnik Aliaj (reg.nr) - Universiteti POLIS, Tirane, Albania.

    second author : Eranda Janku (reg.nr) - Universiteti POLIS, Tirane, Albania.

    second author : Ledio Allkja (reg.nr) - Universiteti POLIS, Tirane, Albania.

     

    title: Making room or containing? Europeanization of land development instruments in the Balkans.

    first author : Kejt Dhrami (A131) - Universiteti POLIS, Tirane, Albania.

     

    title: Attitudes toward refugee camps in four German neighbourhoods.

    first author : Jürgen Friedrichs (N034) - University of Cologne, Institute for Sociology and Social Psychology, Greinstr.

    Vera Schwarzenberg (reg.nr) - University of Cologne, Institute for Sociology and Social Psychology, Greinstr.

     

    title: Enclosing the legalization, urbanization and integration policy of informal settlements in Albania: An empirical methodology  to social innovation and integration.

    first author : PhD Candidate, Artan Kacani -  Universiteti POLIS, Tirane, Albania.

    second author : Doris Andoni -  Universiteti POLIS, Tirane, Albania.

    second author : Ani Shtylla -  Universiteti POLIS, Tirane, Albania.

     

    title:  The evolution of the Flemish city-regions and the (mis)match with the organisation of housing policies.

    first author : Ieve Vanderstraeten COSMOPOLIS Centre for Urban Research, Belgium

    second author : Etienne Van Hecke KU Leuven, Depatment of Geography and Tourim, Belgium

     

     

  • Workshop 16 - Private Rented Markets

    title: Bostøtte or social assistance.

    first author : Anders Bohlin Borgersen (M114) - Oslo County, department of welfare.

    first author : Andreas Fjelltoft - The Norwegian state housing bank.

     

    title: Obstacles to overcome for improvin energy efficiency and affordability of the private  rental sector.

    first author : Anna Zsófia Bajomi (M374) - Városkutatás Kft/ Metropolitan Research Institute.

     

    title: Portfolio strategies of publicly listed German housing companies: Implications for key stakeholders.

    first author : Stefan Kofner (M144) - Hochschule Zittau/Görlitz Fakultät Wirtschaftswissenschaften

     

    title:  Housing Conditions of Tenants in the Private Rented Sector: The Turkish Case

    first author : Özgül Burcu Özdemir-Sarı (reg.nr) - 

    title: Private rental housing in Croatia -from informal economy towards formalisation.

    first author : Gojko Bezovan (reg.nr) - Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb, Nazorova 51, 1000 Zagreb, Croatia.

     

    title: Unfreezing and putting to work: adaption and social perspectives for the post-war middle-class condominium stock in urban Italy.

    first author : Federico Zanfi (reg.nr)- Dep. Dastu, Politecnico di Milano, Via Bonardi n.3, Milano, Italy

    second author : Laura Daglio (N157) - Dep. ABC, Politecnico di Milano, Via Bonardi n.3, Milano, Italy.

     

    title: Rental market in Taipei City.

    first author : Ying Huiv Chiang (reg.nr) - Assistant Professor ,Department of Land Economics, National Chengchi University.

  • Workshop 17 - Residential Buildings and Architectural Design

    title: The architecture of social housing as an ideological battleground.

    first author : Claus Bech – Danielsen (M108) - Aalborg University, A.C, Meyersvænge 15, Copenhagen, Denmark.

    Marie Stender (M118) -

     

    title: Place Attachment as a Tool in Measuring the Influence of High-rise Dwelling in Urban Identity.

    first author : Edmond Manahasa (reg.nr) - Epoka University, Faculty of Architecture and Engineering, Tirana-Albania.

    Ahsen Özsoy (M168) - Istanbul Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, Taşkışla, Beyoğlu, Istanbul-Turkey.

     

    title: Control of architectural and urban qualities of design in housing projects:a study on the Netherlands.

    first author : Cássia Bartsch Nagle (reg.nr) - University of São Paulo (USP), Faculty of Architec. and Urban., R. Maranhão,SP,Brazil.

     

    title: Designing new architectural typology as a combination of migration influences and informal Architecture in Albania and Kosovo.

    first author : Dea Buza POLIS University, Albania

     

     

    title: Low rise high density, a form of housing never applied by the Albanian architects. Why?

    first author : Dorina Bleta (A155) - Faculty Of Architecture And Urbanism, St. M.Gjollesha, Tirane.

     

    title: In search of a suburban vocabulary.

    Bente Melgaard (reg.nr) - Aalborg University, A.C. Meyersvænge 15, Copenhagen, Denmark

     

    title: Urban and architectural design and ways of living: analysis of two projects.

    first author : Cássia Bartsch Nagle (reg.nr) - University of São Paulo (USP), Faculty of Architec. and Urban., R. Maranhão,SP,Brazil.

     

    title: Durability of rehabilitation in social housing.

    first author : Fernanda Rodrigues (N361) - Civil Engenering Department, Unviersity of Averio, Portugal.

    first author : Manuela Alvares (reg.nr) - Domus Social, Porto, Portugal.

     

    title: A Living Solution for Refugees: Transient, Modular and Flexible Sheltering Systems

    first author : Esı̇n Hasgul Istanbul Kultur University, Turkey

    second author : Ahsen Ozsoy Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

     

     

  • Workshop 18 - Residential Context of Health

    50 years of the English Housing Survey – what has it achieved since its introduction in 1967?

    first author : Simon Nicol (M085) - Building Research Establishment. Watford  WD25 9XX  United Kingdom.

     

    The impact of earthquakes on place attachment, risk perception, psychological distress and coping.

    first author : SJT Jansen (M088) - Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology

    second author :  JSCM Hoekstra (reg.nr) - Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology.

     

    The exposure dynamics of housing affordability problems.

    first author :  Emma Baker (reg.nr) - School of Architecture and Built Environment, University of Adelaide, Australia

    second author : Laurence Lester (reg.nr) -

    second author : Kate Mason (reg.nr) -

    second author : Rebecca Bentley (reg.nr) -

    title: The Impacts of Relocation from Distressed Social Housing on Psychological Depression.

    first author : William M. Rohe (107) - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

     

    title: Urbanization as a source of selective pressure in human evolution.

    first author : Terry Hartig (M028) - IBF, Uppsala University, Box 514, SE-75120 Uppsala, Sweden.

    second author : Ralph Catalano (reg.nr) - School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, USA.

     

    title: Housing type, Health Measures, Time Use.

    first author :  William Michelson University of Toronto, Department of Sociology, Canada.

     

    title: The meaning of open urban space for physical activity of children and elderly: Cases of six urban neighbourhoods in Slovenia.

    first author : Barbara Černič Mali Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, Slovenia

    first author : Katarina Ana Lestan, Mojca Golobič University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Landscape Architecture, Slovenia

     

     

  • Workshop 19 - Residential Environments and People

    title:  Housing as Niche Construction.

    first author :  Henny Coolen (M059) - Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft Univeristy of Technology.

     

    title:  Attaining residential qualities in complex religious enclaves: challenges and lessons.

    first author : Michelle L. Oren (reg.nr) - Technion, Faculty of Architecture and town planning. Technion city, Haifa, Israel.

     

    title:  User-Induced Transformation of Existing Detached Homes

    first author : Lorbek Maja (M029) - Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development.

     

    title:  The interconnectedness of the residential environment and home-based self-employment.

    first author : Cornelia Tippel (M110) - LS - Reserach Institute for Regional and Urban Development, Dortmund, Germany.

    first author : Darja Reuschke (reg.nr) - Geography and Environment, University of Southampton, United Kingdom.

     

    title:  Studies on the housing quality and housing demand of the economically disadvantaged households.

    first author : Shu-Mei Chen (M025) - Kun Shan University. No. 195, Kun-Ta Road. Yung Kang District, Tainan City, TAIWAN.

     

    title:  Space affordances and cultural resilience in gentrifying neighbourhoods: an ecological perspective.

    first author : Hélène Bélanger (M177) - Départementd'étudesurbaines et touristiques, Université du Québec à Montréal, C.P. 8888, Succursale Centre-ville, Montréal, Qc, Canada.

     

    title: It´s not safe there! Yes, it is! Research about safety for families in disadvantaged neighbourhoods.

    first author : Kurt Elvegaard (N363) -

     

    title: Implications of housing renewal programs from a social equity point of view: The residents perspective

    first author : Nava Kainer Persov (reg.nr) - The Technion - Israel Institute of Technology,

    Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Haifa, Israel.

    second author : Naomi Carmon (reg.nr) - The Technion - Israel Institute of Technology,

    Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Haifa, Israel.

    title:  A User-centered Model for Flexible Interiors in the Case of Istanbul-Basibuyuk Social Housing.

    first author : S. Banu Garip (N084) - Istanbul Technical University Faculty of Architecture Taskisla, İstanbul Turkey

    second author : Nilüfer S.Onay (reg.nr) - Istanbul Technical University Faculty of Architecture Taskisla, İstanbul Turkey.

    second author : Ervin Garip (N083) - Istanbul Technical University Faculty of Architecture Taskisla, İstanbul Turkey.

    second author : Cansu Berber (reg.nr)- Istanbul Technical University Faculty of Architecture Taskisla, İstanbul Turkey.

    second author : Anıl Berber (reg.nr) - Istanbul Technical University Faculty of Architecture Taskisla, İstanbul Turkey.

    second author : Orkan Güzelci (reg.nr) - Istanbul Technical University Faculty of Architecture Taskisla, İstanbul Turkey.

    second author : Serkan Kocabay (reg.nr) - Istanbul Technical University Faculty of Architecture Taskisla, İstanbul Turkey.

     

    title: What is meaningful for the dweller? Exploring affordances in two Finnish neighbourhoods.

    first author : Jenni Kuoppa (N156) - 33014 University of Tampere. Niina Nieminen - 33014 University of Tampere.

     

    title: Ethnic threat and the socio-spatial integration of refugees

    first author : Jürgen Friedrichs (M034) - University of Cologne, Institute for Sociology and Social Psychology, Greinstr.

    Felix Lesske (reg.nr) - University of Cologne, Institute for Sociology and Social Psychology, Greinstr.

    Vera Schwarzenberg (reg.nr) -

     

    title: Living together on housing estates- An empirical investigation on integration in Vienna .

    first author : Heidrun Feigelfeld (M351) -

    Joachim Brech (reg.nr) -

     

    title: The Perception and Use of Traditional and Post-Socialist Commercial Centres, Case Study of Pelhrimov - Medium-size Town in the Czech Republic

     first author :  Jana Zdrahalova

    second author : Irena Boumova

     

     

  • Workshop 20 - Social Housing: Institutions, Organisations and Governance

    title:  Access to adequate and affordable housing - Realities, Practices and Policies of social housing in Switzerland.

    first author : Glaser Marie (M127) - ETH Wohnforum - ETH CASE ,Department of Architecture ETH Zurich HIT H 13, Wolfgang Pauli Strasse 27,8093 Zurich, Switzerland.

     

    title: Forwarding to a ‘hybrid way’? Social housing governance from Chongqing and Fuzhou, China.

    first author : Juan Yan (M121) - TU Delft | Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment; Julianalaan 134, Delft.

    second author : Marietta Haffner (M041) - TU Delft | Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment; Julianalaan 134, Delft.

    second author : Marja Elsinga (M020) - TU Delft - TU Delft | Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment; Julianalaan 134, Delft.

     

    title: Reflections on a successful partnership between a Dutch social housing association and a contractor.

    first author : Marieke Venselaar (M119) - Utrecht University of Applied Sciences, Postbus 85083, 3508 AB Utrecht, Netherland.

     

    title: Exploring the occurrence of transaction costs in the supply chain of prefabricated housing.

    first author : Hongjuan Wu (M115) - Architecture and the Built Environment,TU Delft, 2628 BL, Delft, The Netherlands.

    second author : Queena K. Qian (reg.nr) -

    second author : Ad Straub (reg.nr) -

    second author : Henk Visscher (M007) -

     

    title: Opening the Black Box of the Boardroom: Paradoxes and Dilemmas of Housing Association Corporate Governance in Northern Ireland.

    first author : Peter Shanks (M152) - School of social policy, university of birmingham

     

    title: Innovations in Affordable Housing Governance and Finance across Europe.

    first author : Gerard van Bortel (M039) - TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment. The Netherlands.

    second author : Vincent Gruis (reg.nr) - TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment. The Netherlands.

     

    title: Settling refugees in Norwegian Municipalities:  From controlled to more participatory practices?

    first author : Melina Roe (M365) - NTNU Social Research, 7491 Trondheim, Norway.

    second author :  Thomas Hugaas Molden (M364) -

    title: State-led Financialisation in China’s Low-end Housing Provision: A Case Study of Nanjing.

    first author : Shenjing He (reg.nr) - Department of Urban Planning and Design, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

    second author : Yuting Liu (reg.nr) - School of Architecture, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China.

     

    title: Social rental agencies as a tool for expanding the social housing stock in Poland. first author :Katarzyna Suzsyinska (M388) - Residualisation of public housing in Sweden.

     

    title: Residualisation of public housing in Sweden.

    first author : Ida Borg (M087) -

     

    title: Financializing affordable rental housing provision? Institutional investment and reinvestment in London and New York City .

    first author : Anita Blessing (reg.nr) - University of Birmingham.

     

    title: Discrepancies between right to housing and housing system in Spain.

    first author :Estefanía Calo García (reg.nr) - Universidade da Coruña,5071 A Coruña, Spain.

     

    title: Economic, social and environmental impact of the social housing management model.

    first author :Manuela Alvares (reg.nr) -

     

    title: Local affordable housing production by partnerships in Copenhagen and Istanbul.

    first author : PhD Candidate, Suheyla Turk (A376) - Department of Social and Economic Geography Geocentrum 1 Sölvegatan.

     

    title: Analysing the Politics of Resentment: Housing Reform in England and the Efficacy of Policy.

    first author :Tony Manzi (M069) - Architecture and the Built Environment,University of Westminster, London

     

    title: Housing, multilevel governance and economic instruments: An Australian case study.

    first author : Jago Dodson (reg.nr) - Faculty and Address: Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University, PO Box 2476, Melbourne, VIC 3001, Australia.

    second author : Tony Dalton (reg.nr) - Faculty and Address: Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University, PO Box 2476, Melbourne, VIC 3001, Australia.

     

     

     

  • Workshop 21 - Southern European Housing

    title : The mediatisation of the gentrification concept as an indicator of the perceptions on inner city changes: the case of Lisbon.

    first author : Sandra Marques Pereira (M092) - Instituto Universitário De Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), DINAMIA’CET-IUL, Av. Das Forças Armadas, Edifício ISCTE, Sala 2W4-D, 1649-026 Lisboa, Portugal.

     

    title : Social mix as a feature of affordable housing projects: a comparison between Italy and Netherlands.

    first author : Igor Costarelli (M029) - University of Milano Bicocca, via Bicocca degli Arcimboldi 8, 20126 Milano, Italy.

    second author : Reinout Kleinhans (reg.nr) - Delft University of Technology; University of Milano Bicocca.

    second author : Silvia Mugnano (reg.nr) - University of Milano Bicocca, via Bicocca degli Arcimboldi 8, 20126 Milano, Italy.

     

    title : Persistence and change in the city of Limassol: housing patterns, social change and transformations.

    first author : Nadia Charalambous (reg.nr) - Department of Architecture, University of  Cyprus, P.O. Box 20537, 1678 Nicosia.

     

    title : A 15-year Housing Policy Instrument: The Territorial Housing Plan of Catalonia.

    first author : Jordi Bosch (reg.nr) - Catalan Housing Agency, Barcelona, Spain.

    second author : Josep Casas (reg.nr) - Housing and Urban Improvement Department, Barcelona, Spain.

     

    Ten Years of Housing Policy in Portugal (2007 – 2017 ) : Shifting from a Homeowner Society to a Rental Market?

    first author : Romana Xerez - University of Lisboa, Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Políticas Centro de Administração e Políticas Públicas, Portugal

    second author :  Pedro G. Rodrigues - University of Lisboa, Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Políticas Centro de Administração e Políticas Públicas, Portugal

     

     

    title: Mobility and attachment; what has changed in ten years in Istanbul?

    first author : Ebru Ergoz Karahan (M011) - Özyeğin University, Faculty of Architecture and Design, Cekmekoy, Istanbul, Turkey.

     

    title : The legacy of the real estate boom against the right to the housing in Castile-La Mancha: Territorial.

    first author : Carmen Vazquez (M356) - University of Castilla-La Mancha. Avenue Los Alfares, 44. 16071 Cuenca. Spain.

     

    title : Against residential energy poverty - greater energy efficiency: a case study in Spain. first author : Estefanía Calo García (reg.nr) - Institute for Housing and Urban Research (IBF), Uppsala University, Sweden.

    second author : Rosa María Regueiro Ferreira (reg.nr) -

     

    title : Measuring Social performance in Italian social housing projects: an integrated model.

    first author : Giordana Ferri (reg.nr) - Fondazione Housing Sociale

    second author : Claudia Pedercini (reg.nr) - Fondazione Housing Sociale

    second author : Chiara Rizzica (reg.nr) - Fondazione Housing Sociale.

     

    title : Construction Activities in Spain, Italy and Germany.

    first author : Thorsten Heitkamp (369) -

     

    title : Rights to housing and evictions in Southern Europe.

    first author : Elena Bargelli (355) - Department of Political Sciences, University of Pisa.

  • Workshop 22 - Welfare Policy, Homelessness, and Social Exclusion

    title : Examining policy implementation at the street-level.

    first author : Niamh Murphy (009) - Applied Social Studies, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland.

     

    title : Our Homeless?

    first author : Ingrid Sahlin (N079) - School of Social Work, Lund University, P.O.Box 23, SE-222100 Lund, Sweden.

     

    title : Housing Preferences and Support experiences of Homeless People.

    first author : Lars Benjaminsen (N078) - The Danish National Centre for Social Research

     

    title : Conceptualizing women’s homelessness. A case of Poland.

    first author : Magdalena Mostowska (M366) - University of Warsaw, Krakowskie Przedmiescie 26/28, 00-927 Warszawa.

     

    title : The cultural and social exclusion consequences of remoteAboriginal housing management.

    first author : Angela Spinney (M094) - Center for Urban Transitions, Swinburne, University of Technology,Melbourne, Australia.

     

    title : Analysing the Politics of Resentment: Housing Reform in England and the Efficacy of Policy

    first author : Tony Manzi - University of Westminster, Architecture and the Built Environment, England, UK

     

    title : Individual, Family and Neighborhood Antecedents of Childhood Homelessness in Denver

    first author : Anna Maria Santiago, PhD Michigan State University, East Lansing MI, USA

     

     

    title : The role of welfare cuts in causing the exodus of London’s poor.

    first author : Anna Clarke (N006) - Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research, University of Cambridge, UK

     

    title : Potholes of Doom': management and neglect of Gypsy and Traveller sites in the UK.

    first author : Jo Richardson (reg.nr) - Business and Law, De Montfort University, Leicester, LE1 3BH, UK

     

    title : A Study on the risk of the life time through the helpline in Aichi watching landlords in Japan.

    first author : Yoshihiro Okamoto (M063) - School of Business and Public Policies, Chukyo University,  Nagoya, Japan.

     

    title : Being present in the homes, lives and neighborhoods of marginalized people.

    first author : Camilla Lied (N378) -

     

    title : Measuring homelessness and housing precarity.

    first author : Joe Finnerty (M062) - Applied Social Studies,Ucc,  Cork,Ireland.

     

    title : Is there a shift in tenure choice after the GFC? (Case of Hungary).

    first author : Adrienna Csizmady (reg.nr) - Centre for Social Sciences, Institute for Sociology, Hungarian Academy of Science.

    first author : József Hegedüs (M370) - Metropolitan Research Institute, Budapest.

  • PhD Workshop

    title : Regeneration of Housing Innovations: A Case of Housing Program for Young Academics in Zagreb.

    first author: Josip Pandzic (A111) - Faculty of Law, Nazorova 51, Zagreb

    Gojko Bezovan

     

    title : Exploring Migrant Homelessness: Narratives of Survival, Freedom and Opportunity.

    first author: Regina Serpa (A103) - I-SPHERE, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh.

     

    title : Measuring the availability of affordable housing in sprawl areas by using hedonic model, the case of Ankara.

    first author: Nese Aydin (A142) - Faculty of Architecture, Department of city planning, Ankara.

     

    title : Housing practices of the Greek youth in connection with family strategies in crisis.

    first author: Myrto Dagkouli (M077)- Gran Sasso Science Institute, Via F.crispi 7, L'Aquila, Italy

     

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    first author: Lorenzo Vidal (reg.nr) - Department of Political Science and Public Law, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

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    first author : Gerta Ismailaja (reg.nr) - POLIS University, Tirana, Albania

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    title : Housing, Sharing, Collaborating.

    first author : Matilde Plastina (reg.nr) - Department of Civil, Building and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering, Sapienza Università di Roma, 00184, Roma, Italia.

     

    title : An overview of developer-developer co-operation forms.

    first author : Anders Eika (141) - Landscape and Norwegian University of Life Science, Faculty of Landscape and Society.

     

    title : The Plan Territorial Sectorial d’Habitatge: the case study of Catalonia as an example to reflect upon Albania’s future.

    first author : Josep M. Vilanova Claret (reg.nr) - Department of Social and Economic Geography Geocentrum 1 Sölvegatan..

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    first author : Enrico Porfido (reg.nr) - POLIS University, OMB Observatory of Mediterranean Basin, PhD researcher and lecturer, Tirana, Albania.

     

    title : Antipol - Regeneration strategy of urban space.

    first author : Llazar Kumaraku (reg.nr) - Architect and lecturer in Polis University

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    title : Digital fabrication as the tool to drive the @new housing” in Albania.

    first author : Gerdi Papa (A154) - POLIS University. Tirane, Albania.

     

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