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Zur Zukunft der kommunalen Wohnungspolitik in Deutschland und Europa. Tagungsband: Referate und Diskussionen im Rahmen des 3. Halleschen Kolloquiums zur Kommunalen Wirtschaft am 5. und 6. November 2009

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  • Haug, Peter (Ed.)
  • Rosenfeld, Martin T. W. (Ed.)
  • Weiß, Dominik (Ed.)

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Am 5. und 6. November 2009 veranstaltete das IWH ein Kolloquium zu einem Themenschwerpunkt aus dem Bereich der Kommunalwirtschaft. Das zentrale Anliegen der Konferenz bestand darin, die künftige Rolle der kommunalen Wohnungswirtschaft zu diskutieren und im Vergleich zu alternativen wohnungspolitischen Instrumenten zu bewerten. Das Kolloquium befasste sich mit den Aufgaben und Aktivitäten, die den Kommunen auf dem Wohnungsmarkt zukommen bzw. unter modernen wirtschaftlichen und gesellschaftlichen Bedingungen zukommen sollten. Die Tagungsbeiträge sind in diesem Band veröffentlicht.

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  • Haug, Peter (Ed.) & Rosenfeld, Martin T. W. (Ed.) & Weiß, Dominik (Ed.), 2012. "Zur Zukunft der kommunalen Wohnungspolitik in Deutschland und Europa. Tagungsband: Referate und Diskussionen im Rahmen des 3. Halleschen Kolloquiums zur Kommunalen Wirtschaft am 5. und 6. November 200," IWH-Sonderhefte 3/2012, Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH).
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:iwhson:32012
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