Overcoming challenges in centralized and decentralized housing models : Ontario and British Columbia compared (eBook, 2009) [WorldCat.org]
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Overcoming challenges in centralized and decentralized housing models : Ontario and British Columbia compared

Author: Carla Schuk; Canadian Policy Research Networks.
Publisher: Ottawa, Ont. : Canadian Policy Research Networks Inc., 2009
Series: CPRN research report.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Carla Schuk; Canadian Policy Research Networks.
OCLC Number: 609991988
Description: 1 online resource (v, 33 pages : illustrations).
Contents: 9. Comparing aspects of centralization and decentralization --
10. Conclusions and recommendations --
10.1 Recommendations --
Bibliography --
Appendices. 8. Centralization in British Columbia --
8.1 Provincial role --
8.2 Municipality's roles --
8.3 Challenges --
8.3.1 Increasing municipal role --
8.3.2 Aligning local needs with provincial priorities --
8.3.3 Limited land --
8.3.4 Funding challenges --
8.3.5 Long-term planning for all funding received --
8.4 Strengths or benefits of centralization --
8.5 Accomodating local decision-making. 7. Decentralized housing model in Ontario --
7.1 Provincial role --
7.2 Service manager's role --
7.3 Challenges --
7.3.1 Economies of scale --
7.3.2 Legislation challenges --
7.3.3 Administrative challenges --
7.3.4 Funding challenges --
7.4 Strengths or benefits of decentralization --
7.5 Addressing economies of scale. 6. Methods --
6.1 Literature review --
6.2 Key informant interviews --
6.3 Sample selection --
6.4 Research questions --
6.5 Study strengths and limitations. 5. Centralization and economies of scale --
5.1 British Columbia's role. 4. Decentralization and devolution --
4.1 Canada's experience with devolution of housing service provision --
4.1.1 Federal government's role --
4.1.2 Social Housing Reform Act --
4.1.3 Ontario government's role. 1. Introduction --
2. Research goals and objectives --
3. Housing affordability in Canada.
Series Title: CPRN research report.
Responsibility: Carla Schuk.
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