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Authors: Lux Martin, Hájek Martin, Kažmér Ladislav
Housing systems are mainly defined by the housing tenure structure in a particular society. We assume that choice of housing tenure is determined by economic factors, the life course and social interactions that reproduce and/or weaken the social norm that deems one housing tenur...
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Authors: Bernard, Josef
This article contributes to the rural-urban quality of life comparison issue by investigating territorial differences in quality of life using indices of poverty, satisfaction and opportunity deprivation. The article introduces three innovative elements. First, rural-urban differ...
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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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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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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...
Akce
9. 5. 2018 - 11. 5. 2018
Call for Papers: New Housing Challenges Workshop
To reflect and critically respond on the processes of financialization of housing across European countries the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences and Housing and Family Dynamics Working Group under European Network for Housing Research (ENHR) invite early-ca...
Akce
9. 5. 2018 - 11. 5. 2018
Call for Papers: New Housing Challenges Workshop
To reflect and critically respond on the processes of financialization of housing across European countries the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences and Housing and Family Dynamics Working Group under European Network for Housing Research (ENHR) invite early-ca...
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Public Opinion Research Centre, Institute of Sociology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Jilská 1, 110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic tel./fax: +420 286 840 129, +420 210 310 59
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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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graf
Public Opinion Research Centre, Institute of Sociology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Jilská 1, 110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic tel./fax: +420 286 840 129, +420 210 310 5
Publikace
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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graf
Public Opinion Research Centre, Institute of Sociology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Jilská 1, 110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic tel./fax: +420 286 840 129, +420 210 310 5
Publikace
Authors: Lux Martin, Gibas Petr, Boumová Irena, Hájek Martin, Sunega Petr
The main objective of this paper is to draw attention to the influence of social norms on housing market behaviour. The research is based on an in-depth qualitative study of first-time buyers in the Czech Republic. We found systemic deviations from economically rational behaviour...
Publikace
Authors: Hegedüs J., Horváth V., Lux M.
The chapter provides an overview of the development of the private rental sector in post-socialist countries and the authors discuss the future convergent or divergent trends in East European housing regimes. As concluding chapter it sets out to further the housing policy debate...
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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...
Publikace
Authors: Hegedüs J., Lux M., Horváth V.
The book presents an overview of private rented housing in selected new EU member states and other transition countries – a topic scarcely researched to date. Part I presents the private rental sector in Western and Northern European countries, the history of private renting unde...
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Authors: Šimon, Martin, Vašát, Petr, Daňková, Hana, Gibas, Petr, Poláková, Markéta
The aim of this study was to examine the spatial mobility of homeless people in urban areas, exploring homeless mobility, its drivers, limits and links to personal attributes, and whether there is an association between the extent of spatial activity and an...
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Authors: Sunega Petr, Lux Martin
This article seeks to evaluate indicators of overcrowding and housing affordability used by Eurostat and to propose alternatives that may better reflect the specific contexts of individual EU states while preserving the possibility of valuable international comparison. The altern...
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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, Samec Tomáš, Bartoš Vojtěch, Sunega Petr, Palguta Ján, Boumová Irena, Kážmér Ladislav
We focus on the role of within-family socialisation and the relationship between socialisation and resource transfers in the intergenerational transmission of housing preferences, the formation of familial housing attitudes and thus the reproduction of a normative housing tenure...

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