Second homes in Europe: positioned in the trade-off between homeownership and the welfare state


In some countries, up to 30% of the households owns a second home. However, the variation across Europe is large. Generally, second homeownership concerns holiday homes close to lakes, seas or skiing slopes, or apartments in... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Barend Wind (Tilburg university)
  2. John Doling (University of Birmingham)
  3. Caroline Dewilde (Tilburg university)

Topic Areas

Financialisation and the built environment , Housing inequality and social stratification , Reconstructing the real estate-finance link: Housing financialization after the crisis , A House Dividing: Housing Inequalities, Welfare, and Diverging Class Identities


2C » Financialisation and the built environment (15:30 - Monday, 19th June, Y5-204)

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