Housing Studies is the essential international forum for academic debate in the housing field. Since its establishment in 1986, Housing Studies has become the leading housing journal and has played a major role in theoretical and analytical developments within this area of study.
Housing Studies has explored a range of academic and policy concerns including the following:
linkages between housing and other areas of soical and economic policy
the role of housing in everyday life and in gender, class and age relationships
the economics of housing expenditure and housing finance
international comparisons and developments
issues of sustainability and housing development
demographic and social trends and the changing role of housing tenures
theoretical and conceptual frameworks for housing studies
Housing Studies is not limited in its geographical scope and welcomes contributions on housing and housing related issues in any national or cross-national context. The journal also provides an outlet for contributions from many different disciplines including economics, political science, urban studies, history, social administration, sociology, geography, law and planning.
A wide range of important refereed articles makes Housing Studies a vital resource for all of those who need access to major research and debate in this area.
Housing Studies features contributions from many different traditions and disciplines including economics, political science, urban studies, history, social administration, sociology, geography, law and planning. All submissions are subject to review by three external referees.