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Authors: Lux, Martin, Petr Sunega
The authors of the chapter focus on following research questions: (1) What factors explain different impacts of global economic crisis on mortgage markets and housing markets in post-socialist countries? And more specifically: (2) Could differences in institutional arrangements i...
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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
In situation, when Czech government is not willing and has not sufficient financial means for building cost-based social rental housing, the future of rental housing in the Czech Republic is necessarily connected with private rental housing. The chapter includes description of hi...
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Authors: Lux, M. (ed.), P. Sunega, I. Boumová, P. Gibas, T. Samec, V. Bartoš, M. Mikeszová, M. Hájek, L. Kážmér, J. Palguta
Standardní analýzy trhu bydlení vycházejí z neoliberálního ekonomického paradigmatu, podle kterého tržní aktéři jednají individuálně a zároveň ekonomicky racionálně. V předkládané monografii autoři a autorky nabízejí alternativní pohled. Na základě dlouhodobého multimetodick...
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Authors: Sunega, Petr, Tomáš Kostelecký, Martin Lux, Karel Báťa
Main goal of the chapter is to find out, how could be selected housing policy tools adjusted (or altered) to meet following criteria: anti-cyclical behaviour, tenure neutrality, wealth redistribution towards households (or individuals) in need. The authors focused on following to...
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Authors: Lux, Martin, František Kuda (eds.)
The book presents the results of analyses of trends in regional differences both in affordability and availability of housing and their causes in between 2000 and 2006 in the Czech Republic. The housing affordability analysis uses new original methodology of measurement. In the f...
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Authors: József Hegedüs, Martin Lux, Vera Horváth (eds.)
This book presents an overview of private rented housing in selected new EU member states and other transition countries – a topic scarcely researched to date, as it is largely part of the informal economy, and consequently often invisible to official statistics. Part I presents...
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Authors: Lux, Martin, Kostelecký, Tomáš, Mikeszová, Martina, Sunega, Petr
This article deals first with the relative affordability of owner-occupied housing in Prague compared to the situation in the Czech Republic in general. The relative position of Prague in this region is then assessed in a cross-national comparison and determined to be specific. T...
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Authors: Mikeszová, Martina, Petr Sunega, Martin Lux, Veronika Aresta
Kniha se zabývá otázkou, zda samotné vlastnictví bydlení může pomoci vyřešit finanční obtíže ve stáří a představovat doplňkový zdroj příjmu. Autoři a autorky objasňují postoje Čechů k vlastnímu bydlení v souvislosti s finančním zajištěním na stáří, a to na základě stati...
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Authors: Mikeszová, Martina, Martin Lux, Jan Sládek
The chapter deals with an analysis of housing unaffordability in the Czech Republic from 2000 to 2009. The objective is (1) to map the types of households potentially at risk of being unable to afford housing based on analysis of incomes and housing prices (2) to map the types of...
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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
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, Petr Sunega
The article discusses the housing market theory and the methods and indicators used for the evaluation of long-term sustainability of house price trends. The change in house price trends in 2007 in many countries could be interpreted as the result of the previous house price grow...
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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: Lux, Martin
The study offers the theoretical description of housing market operation and housing as a special good. Using theoretical economic analysis it evaluates the consequences of public interventions on housing market. The study should serve mainly for teaching purposes.
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Authors: Lux, Martin, Petr Sunega
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Authors: Sunega, Petr
The study deals with the fluctuation in housing construction in connection with the economic oscillation. Some of the stock-flow models are also described. Stock-flow models explain the dependence of changes in volumes of housing stock with regard to changes in some macroeconomic...
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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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