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Authors: Lux, Martin
The book contains a description and evaluation of the housing system reform in the Czech Republic constituting part of the transition from centrally planned to market economy. It addresses two goals: to evaluate housing subsidy reforms by applying improved methods of welfare econ...
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Authors: Lux, Martin, Petr Sunega
The article attempts to answer the question about the future of housing system in the Czech Republic. Using the results from several attitude surveys and unique experiment, the authors tried to find out whether there is any chance of deviating from the path leading towards a hous...
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This five year project will examine the Czech Society using a household panel survey research design. This study will focus on five themes: Family life, health, time use and income management; Education and the labour market; Social stratification; Housing choices and inequalitie...
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Authors: Lux, Martin, Martina Mikeszová
The paper aims to show the most common paths to homelessness in the Czech Republic. The theoretical approach applied in this paper attempts to move beyond the structure–agency debate by focusing on the characteristics that most homeless people share on their paths to homele...
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Authors: Lux, Martin
The article describes the efficiency of different approaches to the reform in the field of Czech rental housing and selected housing policy measures introduced to help low income households. 
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Authors: Hegedüs, József, Martin Lux, Petr Sunega
The goal of this paper is to outline the main factors influencing the diverse consequences of the global economic crisis on housing and mortgage markets in two post-socialist economies—the Czech Republic and Hungary. In the former there was a mild decline of markets while i...
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Authors: Lux, Martin, Petr Sunega, Tomáš Katrňák
Housing conditions form an important part of social stratification in many advanced industrial economies. The objective of this article is to determine the extent to which social stratification is linked to housing inequalities in the post-socialist Czech Republic; and how this r...
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Authors: Lux, Martin, Petr Sunega
This article examines whether housing tenure and regional differences in housing affordability have an impact on labour mobility. This relationship is important for understanding the sources of structural unemployment and impediments to economic growth. Using two sample surveys f...
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Authors: Lux, Martin, Martina Mikeszová
The objective of the paper is to explain one phenomenon evident in the transformation of post-socialist states: the restitution of the housing stock. In the paper, the theory of social constructivism, including Kemeny's advanced application of this theory to the field of hous...
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Authors: Lux, Martin, Anneli Kährik, Petr Sunega
The return of property expropriated during the communist period to previous owners or to their descendants (property restitution) led to the quick emergence of a private rental sector in many post-communist countries soon after 1990. This article compares the genesis of private r...
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Authors: Kostelecký, Tomáš
This article concerns problems of housing in the Czech Republic and their regional context. The analysis has been realised onthe basis of data excerpted fromnewspapers advertisement and those placed by selected real estate agencie...
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Authors: Lux, Martin
The chapter describes the main elements of demand and supply of market-based housing finance in transitional countries during 1990 – 2001. The main obstacles to further development of the systems are specified. 
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Authors: Lux, Martin
The article provides social statistics concerning the main changes in theconsumption behaviour of Czech households between 1990 and 1997. The descriptionis based on a comparison with the situation and trends in the European Unioncountries. The article analyses changes in the infl...
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Authors: Ouředníček, Martin, Šimon, Martin, Kopečná, Martina
The concept of reurbanisation is discussed in this article from theoretical and methodological perspectives. Reurbanisation has been defined as one of the stages of urban development recently, but it is also tied to processes of gentrification, or perceived as a policy aimed at t...
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Authors: Lux, Martin, Petr Sunega, Peter Boelhouwer
The goal of the article is to evaluate the effectiveness of the new housing policy in the Czech Republic as an example of a transitional society after the collapse of communism. The first part provides a brief history of the housing policy dating back to 1918. The second part pre...
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Authors: Lux, Martin
The article attempts to contribute to the discussion on housing affordability and the use of affordability measures for normative purposes. The approach applied there is based on the estimation of economic quasi-norms on rent levels in rent-controlled (social) housing by looking...
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Authors: Tomay Kyra, Lea Kőszeghy, Lívia Kelenné Török, Martin Šimon
The e-book is especially targeted to practitioners at the local and regional level who face demographic change (ageing, population shrinking, selective migration) in their everyday work, or will be possibly exposed to such changes in the future. Information provided in the e-book...
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Authors: Lux, Martin, Petr Sunega
The aim of paper is to reveal the link between the scope of housing aid designed to support ageing in place and the housing system. The main research question is whether the structure of the housing stock according to housing tenure has an impact on diversity and innovations in t...
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Authors: Lux, Martin, Petr Sunega
One key consequence of give-away privatizations was that public housing in most post-socialist states declined within a few years to a residual share of total housing market. Despite the large differences in public/social housing policies introduced after 1995, this article will...

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