Theme I.3 Public/Social Rental Housing and Urban Renewal: New Inequalities and Insecurities?

Tuesday, July 15, 2014: 10:30 AM-12:20 PM
Room: 311+312
RC21 Regional and Urban Development (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Paul WATT, University of London, United Kingdom and Peer SMETS, VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands
Destination Dumping Ground: The Role of Housing Market Processes and Policies in Concentrating and Dispersing Disadvantage in South-East Queensland, Australia (Oral Presentation)
Lynda CHESHIRE, The University of Queensland, Australia; Gina ZAPPIA, The University of Queensland, Australia

Forgotten Estates: The Precarity of Neighbourhood Restructuring in Salford, UK (Oral Presentation)
Andrew WALLACE, University of Lincoln, United Kingdom

Transformation of Public Housing Policy and Its Impacts on the Residents in Japanese Suburbs (Oral Presentation)
Chikako MORI, Hitotsubashi University, Japan

Subsidized Housing and the Concentration of Poverty in the U.S (Oral Presentation)
Ann OWENS, University of Southern California, USA

Social Mix in Deprived Areas: A Solution to What? (Distributed Paper)
Manuela OLAGNERO, University of Turin, Italy; Irene PONZO, FIERI(Forum of International and European Research on Immigration), Italy

Hoping for More: Renewing and Redeveloping Public Housing without Marginalizing Low-Income Residents (Distributed Paper)