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|Title:||Drawing out the issues|
|Citation:||Robertson D (2008) Drawing out the issues. In: Scanlon Kathleen, Whitehead Christine (ed.). Social Housing in Europe II: A review of policies and outcomes, London: LSE London, London School of Economics, pp. 287-299.|
|Abstract:||The chapter provides a conclusion to the various chapters presented in the book, arguing that a broader range of social policies and societal changes have contributed to the residualisation of social housing across Europe, thus challenging the conventional wisdom that the process is solely due to privatisation. Reference is made to the Scottish context and suggestions for the focus of future pan European research are made.|
|Rights:||The publisher has granted permission for use of this book chapter in this Repository. The chapter was first published in Social Housing in Europe II: A review of policies and outcomes by LSE London, London School of Economics.|
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