(2011) Modularization of Korea's development experience : policy for the construction and supply of affordable housing in Korea
|dc.description.tableOfContents||Summary Chapter 1 Policy for the Construction and Supply of Affordable Housing: Background and Progress 1. Background of the Policy for the Construction and Supply of Affordable Housing 2. Progress of the Policy for the Construction and Supply of Affordable Housing Chapter 2 The Beginning of the Policy for the Construction and Supply of Affordable Housing in 1950s and 1960s 1. ICA Housing 2. Implement of Systematic Tools for Financing Housing Contruction Projects 3. Establishment of the National Housing Corporation 4. Legislation of the Public Housing Act Chapter 3 Laying the Groundwork for Mass Supply of Housing and Residential Land in 1970s and 1980s 1. Legislation of the Housing Construction Promotion Act 2. Provision of the Rental Housing Construction Promotion Act and the Land Development Promotion Act Chapter 4 Mass Provision of Housing and National Housing Fund 1. Two Million Housing Units Construction Project 2. Supply of Permanent Rental Housing 3. National Housing Fund 4. Adjustment in Housing Supply and Deregulation in the face of Economic Crisis Chapter 5 Improving Low Income Families’ Housing Welfare in 2000s 1. Supply of National Rental Housing and Strengthened Role of the Public Sector 2. Bogeumjari Housing Chapter 6 Evaluation of the Affordable Housing Program and Implications 1. Evaluation of the Affordable Housing Construction and Supply Program 2. Implications of the Affordable Housing Construction and Supply Program||-|
|dc.publisher||KDI School of Public Policy and Management||-|
|dc.relation.isPartOfSeries||(KSP) Modularization of Korea's Development Experience ; v.2011-34||-|
|dc.title||(2011) Modularization of Korea's development experience : policy for the construction and supply of affordable housing in Korea||en_US|
|dc.title.alternative||2011 경제발전경험모듈화사업 : 한국형 서민주택건설 추진방안||-|
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