Housing and Urban Regeneration Experiences and Critical Remarks Dealing with Turin
This article examines housing policy trends in Italy over the last years, focusing on the case of Turin. Turin is argued to be a good example in enabling us to grasp the progressive changes in the nature of the 'housing question', the emergence of new local policies to provide affordable housing, and the relationship between housing and urban regeneration policies. Starting with Turin's case, the article tests, on the one hand, whether actual housing policies exemplify a neo-liberal approach to housing, and, on the other hand, discusses the main critical aspects of these same policies.
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Volume (Year): 9 (2009)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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