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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Colton, Kent W., Ph. D.
Housing in the twenty-first century.
Cambridge, Mass. ; London : Harvard University Wertheim Publications Committee, 2003
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Kent W Colton, Ph. D.
|Description:||xx, 506 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction / Henry Cisneros --
Pt. I. Fifty Years of Housing America --
Ch. 1. Fifty Years of Housing America: An Overview --
Ch. 2. Homeownership --
Ch. 3. Multifamily Housing in the Twenty-First Century --
Ch. 4. Housing Finance in the United States: The Transformation of the U. S. Housing Finance System --
Ch. 5. The Role of the Federal Government in Housing --
Ch. 6. Key Challenges as We Look to the Future --
Pt. II. Achieving Common Ground in the Twenty-First Century --
Ch. 7. Achieving Common Ground: The Realities and the Participants --
Ch. 8. A Case Study on Achieving Common Ground: OSHA Regulations for the Home Building Industry --
Ch. 9. A Case Study on the Challenges of Achieving Common Ground: Raising the Loan Limit for the Federal Housing Administration --
Ch. 10. A Case Study on the Inability to Achieve Common Ground: Wetlands Regulation in the United States --
Ch. 11. A Case Study on Achieving Common Ground: Habitat for Humanity International --
Pt. III. Framework for the Future --
Ch. 12. Achieving Common Ground in the Twenty-First Century.
|Series Title:||Wertheim publications in industrial relations.|
|Responsibility:||Kent W. Colton.|
Dr. Colton's insights, based on years of experience, augment his expert analysis. This book underscores the importance of the housing industry working co-operatively as the primary means to address