//References – Housing and the Home

References – Housing and the Home

  • Allied Irish Bank. (2019). The Irish Housing Market (p. 6). Dublin: Allied Irish Bank. Retrieved from https://aib.ie/content/dam/aib/corporate/docs/real-estate-finance/aib-housing-market-report-jan-2019.pdf
  • Bengtsson, B. (2008) Why so different? Housing regimes and path dependence in five Nordic countries. Paper presented at the European Network for Housing Research Conference, Dublin, July 6 – 9
  • Blackwell, J. (1988). A Review of Housing Policy. Dublin: National Economic and Social Council.
  • Byrne, L., & Kenny, A. (2019). Murphy consulting officials on home loan scheme. Retrieved from https://www.rte.ie/news/ireland/2019/0305/1034327-home-loans/
  • Central Statistics Office. Tenure & Rent. Retrieved from https://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublications/ep/p-cp1hii/cp1hii/tr/
  • Central Statistics Office. Dwellings completions, number. Retrieved from https://www.cso.ie/indicators/default.aspx?id=2HSM01
  • Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government (1995), Annual Housing Statistics Bulletin. Dublin: Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government.
  • Eiendom Norge. (2019). Real Estate Norway. Retrieved from http://eiendomnorge.no/en/boligprisstatistikken/
  • Esping-Andersen, G. (1990). The three worlds of welfare capitalism. Cambridge: Polity.
  • Fahey, T., & Norris, M. (2009). Housing and the Welfare State: An overview. Retrieved from https://www.ucd.ie/t4cms/WP9%2009%20Fahey%20Norris.pdf
  • (2019). Forskrift om krav til nye utlån med pant i bolig (boliglånsforskriften). Retrieved from https://www.regjeringen.no/no/dokumenter/forskrift-om-krav-til-nye-utlan-med-pant-i-bolig-boliglansforskriften/id2604846/ Translated relevant quote: Deposits with mortgages on housing shall not exceed 85 per cent of a reasonable value base for the dwelling at the time of grant, which may not be higher than the market value determined on the basis of a prudent assessment.
  • (2012). Norwegian financial industry well positioned to meet international turbulence. Retrieved from https://www.finanstilsynet.no/en/news-archive/press-releases/2012/Norwegian-financial-industry-well-positioned-to-meet-international-turbulence/
  • Gulbrandsen, L. (2004). Home Ownership and Social Inequality Norway. In K. Kurz & H. Blossfeld, Home Ownership and Social Inequality in Comparative Perspective. (pp. 166 – 186). Stanford University Press.
  • (2018). The History of the Norwegian State Housing Bank – Husbanken. Retrieved from https://www.husbanken.no/english/the-history-of-the-Norwegian-state-housing-bank/
  • International Monetary Fund. (2016). Staff Report; and statement by the Executive Director for Norway. Retrieved from https://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/scr/2016/cr16214.pdf
  • Kommunal- og moderniseringsdepartementet. (2014). Housing for welfare – National strategy for housing and support services (2014-2020). Oslo: Norsk Regjeringen | Norwegian Government.
  • National Economic and Social Council. (2014). Homeownership and Rental: What Road is Ireland On? (pp. 56 – 57). Dublin.
  • Norris, M. (2015). Varieties of Home Ownership: Ireland’s Transition from a Socialised to a Marketised Policy Regime. Housing Studies, 31(1), 81-101. doi: 10.1080/02673037.2015.1061107
  • Norris, M, Coates, D., & Kane, F. (2007). Breaching the Limits of Owner Occupation? Supporting Low-Income Buyers in the Inflated Irish Housing Market1. European Journal Of Housing Policy, 7(3), 337-355. doi: 10.1080/14616710701477979
  • Norris, M., & Fahey, T. (2011). From Asset Based Welfare to Welfare Housing? The Changing Function of Social Housing in Ireland. Housing Studies, 26(3), 459-469. doi: 10.1080/02673037.2011.557798
  • Norris, M., & Hayden, A. (2018). The Future of Council Housing (pp. 30 – 35). Dublin: Community Foundation for Ireland. Retrieved from https://www.communityfoundation.ie/images/uploads/research-reports/The_Future_Of_Council_Housing_(Norris_Hayden).pdf
  • O’Connell, C. (2007). The Housing Market and Owner Occupation in Ireland. In M. Norris & D. Redmond, Housing Contemporary Ireland (pp. 21 – 43). Dublin: Springer. Retrieved from https://www.springer.com/la/book/9781402056734#aboutAuthors
  • O’Halloran, M. (2019). Home loans approved under Rebuilding Ireland ‘will be honoured’. Retrieved from https://www.irishtimes.com/news/politics/oireachtas/home-loans-approved-under-rebuilding-ireland-will-be-honoured-1.3855104
  • Rebuilding Ireland. (2019). Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan. Retrieved from http://rebuildingirelandhomeloan.ie/
  • Ruonavaara, H. (2008). Home ownership and the Nordic housing policies in the ‘Retrenchment phase”. In Conference Building on home ownership: housing policies and social strategies. Delft University of Technology. Retrieved from https://repository.tudelft.nl/islandora/object/uuid%3A9d5bbec2-06e7-4a26-8e16-77ab78e3d56c
  • Sandlie, H., & Gulbrandsen, L. (2017). The Social Homeownership Model – the Case of Norway. Critical Housing Analysis, 4(1), 52-60. doi: 10.13060/23362839.2017.4.1.324
  • Statistisk sentralbyrå. (2019). Housing conditions, register-based. Retrieved from https://www.ssb.no/en/statbank/table/11038/tableViewLayout1/
  • Sørvoll, J. (2017). The Norwegian housing model: Homeownership triumphant. Retrieved from http://www.iut.nu/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/The-Norweigan-Housing-Model.pdf
  • Yip, N., & Dalholm, E. (2006). Comparing housing co-operatives in Sweden and Condominiums in Hong Kong. In ENHR Conferences 2006: Housing in an expanding Europe: theory, policy, implementation and participation. Ljubljana. Retrieved from https://www.enhr.net/documents/2006%20Slovenia/W08_Yip%20NM.pdf

Jason Deegan is a master of public policy student in University College Dublin. He co-founded the international youth organisation Anti Corruption International and conducts research across a variety of areas.