Housing Wealth, Intergenerational Financial Transfers and Family Solidarity

Thursday, July 17, 2014: 5:30 PM-7:20 PM
Room: 422
RC43 Housing and Built Environment (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Christian LENNARTZ, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Money Vs. Space? Intergenerational Transfers in a Comparative Perspective (Oral Presentation)
Bettina ISENGARD, University of Zurich, Switzerland; Marc SZYDLIK, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Parents' Home Ownership and Support for Adult Children Across Europe (Oral Presentation)
Martin KOHLI, European University Institute, Italy; Marco ALBERTINI, University of Bologna, Italy

Starting from Unequal Positions: Patterns of Young Households Starting on the Amsterdam Housing Market (Oral Presentation)
Cody HOCHSTENBACH, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; Willem R. BOTERMAN, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Intergenerational Transfers and Solidarity in the Wake of a House-Price Boom: The Case of Norway (Oral Presentation)
Lars GULBRANDSEN, Norwgian social research, Norway; Hans Christian SANDLIE, Norwegian social research, Norway

The Role of Intergenerational Wealth Transfers and Family Support in Shaping Housing Positions (Distributed Paper)
Rowan ARUNDEL, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

‘Housing-Based Welfare'? Empirical Perspectives from the UK (Distributed Paper)
Adriana Mihaela SOAITA, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom; Beverley Ann SEARLE, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom

Second Homes in Spain: Transnational Mobilities and Family Capitalization (Distributed Paper)
Julio A. DEL PINO, UNED, Spain