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WPS No.19 | Duijne, R.J. van & Ronald, R. (2016) | The Unraveling of Amsterdam’s Unitary Rental Market

Indeed, since the 1990s, the Dutch housing system has undergone dramatic change featuring a fundamental reorientation in its housing tenure structure. This contribution considers the reorientation of the housing system with an empirical focus on the urban context of Amsterdam. Drawing on a geospatial analysis of neighbourhood level data and the biennial ‘Living in Amsterdam’  surveys, we illustrate how the unitary rental market, which helped establish Amsterdam as an iconic ‘just city’, is unraveling.

This paper is now published in Journal of Housing and the Built Environment (open access).