Policies to promote access to good-quality affordable housing in OECD countries

@inproceedings{Pero2016PoliciesTP,
  title={Policies to promote access to good-quality affordable housing in OECD countries},
  author={A. Pero and Willem Adema and Valeria Ferraro and V. Frey},
  year={2016}
}
This paper develops OECD information on housing policies and the degree to which OECD countries pursue social policy objectives them. Data collected by the OECD shows that most OECD countries provide considerable support to promote access to homeownership: reported spending can amount up to 2.3% of GDP. Most OECD countries also support the provision of social rental housing, but public support for social rental housing is declining in many countries and the private rental sector is playing an… Expand
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