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Combat Poverty Agency. Fahey, Tony and Nolan, Brian and Maitre, Bertrand (2004) Housing, poverty and wealth in Ireland. Dublin: Combat Poverty Agency.

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The study is based on analyses of survey data from the Household Budget Survey, the European Community Household Panel Survey and the Living in Ireland (LII) Survey and compliments an earlier Combat Poverty study that examined living conditions in the main component of Irish social housing – local authority housing estates.1 This study builds on that earlier work by considering housing from a macro and a comparative perspective, focusing on housing tenure and on issues of housing poverty and wealth. This study also contributes to the debate about future directions in Irish social expenditure, which has been initiated in a recent Combat Poverty policy paper2 that showed that the Irish welfare state lags behind the level of economic development achieved over the past decade, contributing to widening income differentials and macroeconomic inefficiency.


Date
2004
Call No
LR10, MK10.4, VH4.2
Pages
92 p.
Publisher
Combat Poverty Agency
Corporate Creators
Combat Poverty Agency
Place of Publication
Dublin
ISBN
1-904541-07-0
Keywords
distribution of wealth and income control, housing, housing industry, housing program, income and price, Ireland, poverty, public housing, social housing
Notes
Contains tables, figures and bibliographic references.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 2542 (Available)

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