Rent Regulation: The Balance between Private Landlords and Tenants in Six European Countries

@article{Haffner2008RentRT,
  title={Rent Regulation: The Balance between Private Landlords and Tenants in Six European Countries},
  author={M. Haffner and M. Elsinga and J. Hoekstra},
  journal={European Journal of Housing Policy},
  year={2008},
  volume={8},
  pages={217 - 233}
}
Abstract The private rental sector has been declining in many European countries. In describing the decline of the private rental sector, it is often suggested that a causal relationship exists between the decrease in private renting and rent control. The assumption is that the stricter the form of rent control, the greater the decrease in private renting levels. Or, conversely, that with fewer rent controls there are more opportunities for the private rental sector. At the same time, however… Expand
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