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Housing and Inequality


Housing and Inequality


Britain is now a much more unequal society than three decades ago. This book researches and debates the links between inequality and housing, covering issues such as the effects of tenure, neighbourhood deprivation, migration and disabled people's needs. The book is an excellent source for students, researchers and practitioners who want to understand why housing plays such an important part both in creating inequality and in driving policies that aim to reduce it.




Isobel Anderson 
Duncan Sim

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