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Wohnbauförderung - eine Bestandsaufnahme

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  • Artur Streimelweger

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Als eine der konstitutiven Säulen des wohnungspolitischen Systems hat die österreichische Wohnbauförderung in den letzten beiden Jahrzehnten eine grundlegende Veränderung erfahren. Diese Entwicklung kennzeichnet sich durch eine schrittweise Verlagerung der förderungspolitischen Kompetenzen vom Bund auf die Länder und eine Ausdünnung der finanziellen Leistungsfähigkeit der Wohnbauförderungssysteme. Erstere kam mit dem Finanzausgleich 2008 und der Abschaffung der Bundes-Zweckzuschüsse für den Wohnbau zu ihrem Abschluss, zweitere ist durch zusätzliche, nicht wohnbauwirksame Aufgaben bei begrenzten Finanzierungsmitteln ebenso geprägt wie durch die die revolvierende Finanzierungskraft schwächende Umstellung der Förderungsmodelle und den Verkauf von Förderungsdarlehen zugunsten der Landesbudgets. Insgesamt lässt sich eine zunehmende Unterordnung wohnbauförderungspolitischer Zielsetzungen unter vermeintliche budgetäre Konsolidierungszwänge der öffentlichen Hand erkennen.

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  • Artur Streimelweger, 2010. "Wohnbauförderung - eine Bestandsaufnahme," Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft - WuG, Kammer für Arbeiter und Angestellte für Wien, Abteilung Wirtschaftswissenschaft und Statistik, vol. 36(4), pages 543-561.
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