Housing reform in Eastern Europe

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Statementguest editors Paul Baróss and Raymond Struyk.
SeriesCities -- vol.10, no.3
ContributionsBaróss, Paul., Struyk, Raymond J. 1944-
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Open LibraryOL19969934M

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DAVID CLAPHAM is Professor of Housing at Housing reform in Eastern Europe book Centre for Housing Management and Development at the University of Wales. JOZSEF HEGEDUS is Managing Director of Metropolitan Research in Budapest. KEITH KINTREA is Lecturer in Housing at the Centre for Housing Research and Urban Studies at the University of Glasgow.

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