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Publications, Lectures and Media

Keynotes, Plenary Lectures and Media Disseminations

Keynotes and Plenary Lectures 

 

Media and Public Disseminations

Books

Book Chapters

  • Ronald, R. & Druta, O. (2018) Housing and urban transformations in Japan, in U. Sengupta & A. Shaw (eds.) Trends and Issues in Housing in Asia: Coming of an Age, London & New York: Routledge
  • Ronald, R. & Dewilde, C., 2017, 'Why housing wealth and welfare?', in Dewilde, C. & Ronald, R. (eds) Housing Wealth and Welfare. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.
  • Ronald, R., 2013, ‘Housing policy in East Asia’, in M. Izuhara (ed.) Handbook on East Asian social policy. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.
  • Ronald, R., 2012, ‘Housing costs, finance and affordability’, in C.G. Bates & J Ciment (eds.) Global social issues: An encyclopedia, pp. 427-434, Sharpe Reference, Armonk, N.Y.
  • Ronald, R., 2012, ‘Contractual saving schemes for housing’, in S.J. Smith, M. Elsinga, L. Fox-O'Mahony, S.E Ong & S. Wachter (eds.),  The encyclopedia of housing and home, Elsevier, Oxford.
  • Ronald, R. & Tsenkova, S., 2012, ‘The purpose and place of housing institutions’, in S.J. Smith, M. Elsinga, L. Fox-O'Mahony, S.E. Ong & S. Wachter (eds.),  International encyclopedia of housing and home, Elsevier, Oxford.
  • Ronald, R. & Elsinga, M., 2012, ‘Beyond home ownership: An overview’, in R. Ronald & M. Elsinga (eds.),  Beyond home ownership: Housing, welfare and society (Housing and Society), pp. 1-28, Routledge, London and New York.
  • Dol, C.P., Lennartz, C. & De Decker, P., 2012, ‘Self-provided housing’ in Developed societies, International encyclopedia of housing and home, pp. 310-315, Elsevier, Oxford.  
  • Ronald, R. & Dol, K., 2011, ‘Housing in the Netherlands before and after the global financial crisis’, in R. Forrest & M.N. Yip (eds.),  Housing markets and the global financial crisis. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.
  • Ronald, R. & Hinokidani, M., 2011, ‘Moving beyond the standard family model: The emerging housing situations of women in Japan’, in P. Kennett & K.W. Chan (eds.),  Women and housing: An international analysis, Routledge, London and New York.
  • Ronald, R., 2011, ‘Homes and housing, senses and spaces’, in R. Ronald & A. Alexy (eds.),  Home and family in Japan: Continuity and transformation (Japan anthropology workshop series), pp. 174-200, Routledge, London.
  • Ronald, R. & Alexy, A., 2011, ‘Continuity and change in japanese homes and families’, in R. Ronald & A. Alexy (eds.),  Home and family in Japan: Continuity and transformation (Japan anthropology workshop series), pp. 1-24, Routledge, London.

Articles

Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals

Reports

Other Articles 

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Working Papers

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Conference Presentations

  • Arundel, R. (2016, June). The end of mass homeownership? Paper presented at the ENHR Conference, Belfast, UK.
  • Druta, O. (2016, June). Young adults homeownership pathways in Tokyo. Paper presented at the ENHR Conference, Belfast, UK.
  • Arundel, R. (2016, June). Equity Inequity: Trends in housing wealth concentrations. Paper presented at the ENHR New Housing Researcher’s Colloquium, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Druta, O. (2016, June). Young people’s homeownership as practices: Multiplicity and Comparative Housing Research. Paper presented at the ENHR Young Housing Researcher’s Colloquium, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Arundel, R. (2016, May). The end of mass homeownership? Changes in labour markets and housing tenure opportunities. Paper presented at the Housing Wealth and Welfare Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • Druta. O. (2016, May). Young adults homeownership pathways in Tokyo: Shifting Meanings and Practices. Paper presented at the Housing Wealth and Welfare Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • Limpens, A. (2016, May). The right choice at the right time. A close look at tenure discourse in the Netherlands. Housing Wealth and Welfare Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • Arundel, R. (2016, April). Growing inequality and young adults’ housing trajectories: a cross-European Perspective. Paper presented at the WoON Congress, Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Affairs [BZK], The Hague, the Netherlands.
  • Druta, O. & Ronald, R. (2016, April). Intergenerational Support for Homeownership in a Post Socialist Housing Market. Paper presented at the American Association of Geographers Conference, San Francisco, USA.
  • Druta, O. & Ronald, R. (2015, June). Gifting for Children Homeownership in the UK: Negotiating relationships between generations. Paper presented at the ENHR Conference, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Ronald, R. (2015, June). The Shifting features and the changing role of housing policies in East Asia. Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on China Urban Development, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China. 
  • Arundel, R. (2015, May) Equity Inequity: Housing wealth concentration, trends in inter/intragenerational inequalities and the rise of private landlordism in the UK. Paper presented at the ENHR Workshop on Home Ownership and Globalization, University of Bucharest, Romania. 
  • Arundel, R. (2015, May). Young adults’ transitions into homeownership in Europe through the crisis. Paper presented at the Expert Workshop on ‘Preventing inadequate housing’, Eurofound, Brussels, Belgium.
  • Druta, O. (2015, May). Parental Assistance for Homeownership in a Default Familialist Welfare System: How conditional is unconditional support? Paper presented at the ENHR Workshop on Home Ownership and Globalization, University of Bucharest, Romania. 
  • Lennartz, C. (2015, May). Intergenerational Support and Socialization Towards Homeownership in a Society of Renters: Housing Careers of Younger Adults in Berlin, Germany. Paper presented at the ENHR Workshop on Home Ownership and Globalization, University of Bucharest, Romania. 
  • Limpens, A. (2015, May). Parental support and emerging adulthood. Cultivating independence in the Netherlands. Paper presented at the ENHR Workshop on Home Ownership and Globalization, University of Bucharest, Romania.
  • Ronald, R. (2015, May). What ever happened to asset based welfare? Paper presented at the ENHR Workshop on Home Ownership and Globalization, University of Bucharest, Romania.
  • Ronald, R. (2014, August). The remarkable rise and peculiar context of one-person households in Japan. Paper presented at the European Association of Japanese Studies Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia. 
  • Arundel, R & Lennartz, C. (2014, July). Shared housing strategies among young people and the economic recession in Europe. Paper presented at the European Network of Housing Researchers (ENHR) Conference: Beyond Globalisation: Remaking housing policy in a complex world, Edinburgh, UK. 
  • Arundel, R. & Lennartz, C. (2014, July). Housing and the crisis: Changing housing positions of younger  households in Europe? Paper presented at the International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology Conference, Yokohama, Japan. 
  • Druta, O. & Ronald, R. (2014, July). Negotiated independence: Young people’s transitions into homeownership and family support in the UK and Japan. Paper presented at the International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology Conference, Yokohama, Japan. 
  • Lennartz, C. & Ronald, R. (2014, July). Homeownership, social policy, and the crisis: How austerity policies fortify property-based private welfare systems. Paper presented at the International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology Conference, Yokohama, Japan. 
  • Ronald, R. & Forrest, R. (2014, July). Emerging patterns of intergenerational inequality in the housing market: The shifting position of younger people in cities in Europe and East Asia. Paper presented at the International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology Conference, Yokohama, Japan. 
  • Ronald, R & Lennartz, C. (2014, July). What ever happened to asset based welfare? Housing wealth and welfare beyond the crisis. Paper presented at the European Network of Housing Researchers (ENHR) Conference: Beyond Globalisation: Remaking housing policy in a complex world, Edinburgh, UK. 
  • Druta, O. & Ronald, R. (2014, April). Young people’s transitions into homeownership and the role of family in the UK. Paper presented at the Housing Studies Association Conference, York, UK. 
  • Arundel, R. & Lennartz, C. (2013, July). The role of intergenerational wealth transfers and family support in shaping housing positions. Paper presented at the International Sociological Association Research Committee 43 on Housing and the Built Environment, RC43 Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 
  • Druta, O. (2013, July). Housing, families, welfare: The meanings of housing in family welfare strategies. Paper presenten at the International Sociological Association Research Committee 43 on Housing and the Built Environment, RC43 Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 
  • Godzik, M. & Ronald, R. (2013, July). How changing family norms are reshaping homes and households in urban Japan. Paper presented at the International Sociological Association Research Committee 43 on Housing and the Built Environment, RC43 Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 
  • Lennartz, C. & Arundel, R. (2013, July). Changing housing positions of younger households in Europe? Paper presented at the International Sociological Association Research Committee 43 on Housing and the Built Environment, RC43 Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 
  • Sleurink, M. & Ronald, R. (2013, July). The ‘modernisation’ of the Amsterdam housing market and declining access among younger people. Paper presented at the International Sociological Association Research Committee 43 on Housing and the Built Environment, RC43 Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 
  • Arundel, R. (2013, April). Intergenerational wealth transfers and family support in shaping household housing positions within different welfare regime contexts. Paper presented at the Housing Studies Association Conference 2013, University of York, UK. 
  • Druta, O. (2013, April). Housing property and family welfare strategies: Why take kinship seriously? Paper presented at the Housing Studies Association Conference 2013, University of York, UK. 
  • Lennartz, C. & Ronald, R. (2013, April). Housing policy in hard times: Welfare state transformations and the place of housing. Paper presented at the Housing Studies Association Conference 2013, University of York, UK. 
  • Ronald, R. & Doling, J. (2013, April). Learning the lessons of asset based welfare: How does home ownership fare as the cornerstone of the ‘new’ welfare state? Paper presented at the Housing Studies Association Conference 2013, University of York, UK. 
  • Druta, O. (2013, March). House, home, asset: Housing property as a family welfare nexus. Paper presented at the European Association of Japanese Studies PhD Workshop, Frankfurt, Germany. 
  • Ronald, R & Kadi, J. (2012, August). The neo-liberalization of housing and the 'right to the city': The variegated experiences of New York, Amsterdam and Tokyo. Paper presented at the International Sociological Association Forum, Social justice and Democratization, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 
  • Druta, O. (2012, June). Beyond the reaches of prudent legislation: Effectiveness of government intervention on land and housing markets. Paper presented at the European Network of Housing Researchers (ENHR) Conference: Housing: Local Welfare and Local Markets in a Globalized World, Lillehammer, Norway
  • Ronald, R. (2012, June). Home ownership before and after the crisis: Are housing markets reshaping welfare regimes? Paper presented at the European Network of Housing Researchers (ENHR) Conference: Housing: Local Welfare and Local Markets in a Globalized World, Lillehammer, Norway. 
  • Ronald, R. (2012, February). Family formation, single-person households, housing, urban geography. Paper presented at the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Conference, New York, New York, US. 

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