Justin Kadi
Justin Kadi
Post-doctoral Fellow, Vienna University of Technology
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The revival of private landlords in Britain’s post-homeownership society
R Ronald, J Kadi
New Political Economy 23 (6), 786-803, 2018
What ever happened to asset-based welfare? Shifting approaches to housing wealth and welfare security
R Ronald, C Lennartz, J Kadi
Policy & Politics 45 (2), 173-193, 2017
Homeownership-based welfare in transition
R Ronald, J Kadi, C Lennartz
Critical Housing Analysis 2 (1), 52, 2015
Housing for the poor in a neo‐liberalising just city: Still affordable, but increasingly inaccessible
J Kadi, S Musterd
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 106 (3), 246-262, 2015
Market-based housing reforms and the ‘right to the city’: the variegated experiences of New York, Amsterdam and Tokyo
J Kadi, R Ronald
International Journal of Housing Policy 14 (3), 268-292, 2014
Recommodifying housing in formerly “Red” Vienna?
J Kadi
Housing, Theory and Society 32 (3), 247-265, 2015
Wohnungspolitik in der Krise des Neoliberalismus in Berlin und Wien: Postneoliberaler Paradigmenwechsel oder punktuelle staatliche Beruhigungspolitik?
L Vollmer, J Kadi
PROKLA. Zeitschrift für kritische Sozialwissenschaft 48 (191), 247–264-247–264, 2018
Wohnraum für alle?!: Perspektiven auf Planung, Politik und Architektur
B Schönig, J Kadi, S Schipper
transcript Verlag, 2017
Airbnb as a tool for inclusive tourism?
J Kadi, L Plank, R Seidl
Tourism Geographies, 1-23, 2019
Planung als politische Praxis. Zur Einleitung in den Themenschwerpunkt
N Gribat, J Kadi, J Lange, Y Meubrink, J Müller
sub\urban. zeitschrift für kritische stadtforschung 5 (1/2), 7-20, 2017
Undermining housing affordability for New York’s low-income households: The role of policy reform and rental sector restructuring
J Kadi, R Ronald
Critical Social Policy 36 (2), 265-288, 2016
Multiple property ownership in times of late homeownership: a new conceptual vocabulary
J Kadi, C Hochstenbach, C Lennartz
International Journal of Housing Policy 20 (1), 6-24, 2020
Public or Private Goods?
B Unger, D Van der Linde, M Getzner
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017
Polycentric city networks in Central-Eastern Europe: Existing concepts and empirical findings
H Kramar, J Kadi
Geographia Polonica 86 (3), 183-198, 2013
Neoliberal Dutch housing policies? Analyzing market-oriented regulatory reforms in Amsterdam’s housing market
J Kadi
International RC 21 Conference, 1-22, 2011
Gerechte Stadt-gerechte Wohnungspolitik?
G Gutheil-Knopp-Kirchwald, J Kadi
Der Öffentliche Sektor. Forschungsmemoranden 40 (3-4), 11-28, 2014
Airbnb in Wien: eine Analyse, interaktiver Forschungsbericht
R Seidl, L Plank, J Kadi, R Seidl, L Plan
Wien, online aufrufbar: http://wherebnb. in/wien (letzter Zugriff: 19 …, 2019
Housing policy and spatial inequality: recent insights from Vienna and Amsterdam
G Gutheil-Knopp-Kirchwald, J Kadi
Public or Private Goods?, 2017
Gentrification in Wien
M Verlic, J Kadi
Stadtpunkte–AK Wien–Wien Wächst Wien Wohnt, 2015
The neo-liberal restructuring of urban housing markets and the housing conditions of low-income households: An international comparison
J Kadi
Universiteit van Amsterdam [Host], 2014
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