This book addresses the interrelationship between economic and financial crises, the responses thereto, and economic and social rights.planned economies owner-occupied housing now forms more than 90 per cent of the housing stock (e.g. 96 per cent in Estonia, 77 per cent in Slovenia26 and more than 80 per ... towards Affordable Rental Housinga#39; (Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Research Paper, May 2010). ... 45 See, e.g., CESCR a#39; Concluding Observations on Indiaa#39; (8 August Raquel Rolnik and Lidia Rabinovich 62.
|Title||:||Economic and Social Rights after the Global Financial Crisis|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2014-10-09|