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  • Income multiples and mortgage potential
  • Acquiring property ; England ; Family income ; Financing ; Housing ; Housing cost ; Housing occupance ; Owner-occupier ; United Kingdom
  • Accession à la propriété ; Coût du logement ; England ; Financement ; Logement ; Occupation du logement ; Propriétaire-occupant ; Revenu familial ; Royaume-Uni
  • which shows the impact of different loan to income ratios on the ability of council and private-sector tenants to buy a dwelling. The impact of the right to buy discounts on the ability of council tenants to buy their homes is considered.
  • 1994
  • The effects of metropolitan job growth on the size distribution of family income
  • Economic impact ; Employment ; Family income ; Living standard ; Local economy ; Local labour market ; Model ; Town ; United States of America
  • Croissance de l'emploi ; Economie locale ; Emploi ; Etats-Unis ; Impact économique ; Marché local du travail ; Modèle ; Niveau de vie ; Revenu familial ; Ville
  • 1994
  • Economic activity ; Family ; Family income ; Frontier ; Frontier region ; Income transfer ; International migration ; Morocco ; Social network
  • Activité économique ; Famille ; Frontière ; Maroc ; Migration internationale ; Nador ; Revenu familial ; Région frontière ; Réseau de sociabilité ; Transfert de revenus
  • 1994
  • Agricultural people ; Family income ; Farm ; Model ; Probability ; Scotland ; United Kingdom
  • Emploi non agricole ; Exploitation agricole ; Modèle ; Ménage agricole ; Population agricole ; Probabilité ; Revenu familial ; Royaume-Uni ; Scotland
  • 1994
  • Enquiry ; Family income ; Living standard ; Rural area ; Rwanda ; Wage inequality
  • Enquête ; Espace rural ; Inégalité des revenus ; Niveau de vie ; Revenu familial ; Rwanda
  • 1994
  • Analysis of variance ; Error ; Family income ; New York State ; Population distribution ; Sampling ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial autocorrelation ; Spatial statistics ; Statistics ; United States of America
  • Analyse de variance ; Analyse spatiale ; Autocorrélation spatiale ; Echantillonnage ; Erreur ; Etats-Unis ; New York State ; Revenu familial ; Répartition de la population ; Statistique ; Statistique spatiale
  • 1994
  • Amsterdam ; Budapest ; Congress ; Denmark ; Economic restructuring ; Europe ; Family income ; Gentrification ; Germany ; Housing ; Housing market ; Housing policy ; Hungary ; Large city ; Living standard ; Netherlands (The) ; Poverty ; Prague
  • ; Pauvreté ; Pays-Bas ; Planification urbaine ; Politique du logement ; Praha ; Restructuration économique ; Revenu familial ; Rotterdam ; Royaume-Uni ; Société urbaine ; Structure urbaine ; Ségrégation
  • 1994
  • Canada ; Demographic change ; Family income ; Living standard ; Marginality ; Population distribution ; Regional disparities ; Unemployment ; Urbanization
  • Canada ; Chômage ; Disparités régionales ; Evolution démographique ; Marginalité ; Niveau de vie ; Revenu familial ; Répartition de la population ; Urbanisation
  • 1994
  • A survey of households suggests that neither dwelling prices nor rents are high in Manila compared with family incomes. Relatively high land prices have led households to spend much less on structures and to accept low housing welfare although
  • 1994
  • Africa ; Black Africa ; Demographic structure ; Development ; Emigration ; Ethnic community ; Family ; Immigration policy ; Income transfer ; Internal migration ; International migration ; Ivory Coast ; Mali ; Migratory flow ; Senegal
  • 1994
  • The income elasticity of demand in a sub-Saharan African housing market: evidence from Ibadan, Nigeria
  • The empirical analysis, in which housing is viewed as a composite product, reveals that the demabnd for housing is income inelastic. Specifically, income-elasticity estimates for renters and owners are 0,88 and 0,56, respectively. Furthermore
  • , these income-elasticity estimates were found to be higher than those reported for other African cities.
  • 1994
  • Income, industrialization and food consumption
  • This article investigates the relationship between total national calorie consumption per capita per day and income, the proportion of all calories derived from livestock products and income, and the proportion of all calories derived from cereals
  • , roots and income. Data are from selected West European countries (1800 to the present), and from a comparison over 120 nations in 1986-88.
  • 1994
  • after the colonization without abatement. The first conception of the project is to provide shelter for the lower-income. There is also a Dairy Farm Housing Estate for the medium and upper income residents. It is a viable alternative to the monotony
  • of low-income housing estate.
  • 1994
  • This paper considers the measurement of infrastructure capital in the Spanish regions and examines the regional disparities found. The relationship between income and infrastructure is studied in order to determine the impact of public capital
  • in accounting for regional disparities in incomes. The empirical evidence shows that infrastructure has a significant positive effect on the income disparities at regional level.
  • 1994
  • Middle-income housing programmes in American cities
  • Seven North American cities (Baltimore, Cleveland, Montreal, New York, St Louis, St Paul and Wilmington) are studied. Middle-income housing programmes have developed a strong constituency among community leaders and minority politicians who see
  • 1994
  • to GNP per capita. HItorical data are discussed and a decline over time and with increasing income is observed. For some periods of income growth there is no decline.
  • 1994
  • policies in other countries. In discussing some lessons from the Canadian example, it was stressed in how far individual policy instruments are trade neutral apart from their impacts on the primary objectives of income support or income stabilization
  • 1994
  • How the very poor survive - The impact of hyper-inflationary crisis on low-income urban households in Buenos Aires/Argentina
  • 1994
  • The temporal and spatial dynamics of income and population growth in Ohio, 1950-1990
  • 1994
  • The spatial and temporal dynamics of US regional income inequality, 1950-1989
  • 1994