Project papers presented at European housing conference

In the beginning of this week two papers related to the Mind the (Housing) Wealth Gap project were presented at the ENHR conference in Lillehammer. Pauline McLoughlin and Kim McKee presented a paper on ‘Homeownership and future welfare: do young people really have a tenure ‘choice’?’. David McCollum delivered a paper on ‘Housing wealth and […]

Lorna Fox O’Mahony is presenting a paper at King’s College London

Lorna Fox O’Mahony is going to present the paper ‘Ageing, Difference and Discrimination: Property Transactions in the Crucible of Human Rights Norms’ on 14 June 2012. She is presenting research of work stream 3 at the symposium The Interface of Public and Private Law Concepts of Property hosted by the King’s College London. A limited […]

Mind the (Housing) Wealth Gap started!

The research project Mind the (Housing) Wealth Gap: Intergenerational Justice and Family Welfare explores the transfer of housing wealth across and within families. The project is funded by the Leverhulme Trust and runs from February 2012 to January 2015.