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Winners Bengt Turner Award

2016
Winner: Rowan Arundel

"Equity Inequity: Housing Wealth Inequalities, Inter and Intra-generational Divergences, and the Rise of Private Landlordism"

by Rowan Arundel, Centre for Urban Studies, Department of Geography, Planning and International Development, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

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1st runner up: Jiazhe Zhu

"Immigration and Local House Prices in UK"

by Jiazhe Zhu, University of Sheffield, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, United Kingdom

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2nd runner up: Dimitrios P. Tsachageas and Tomáš Samec

"Social Homeownership’ in Southeastern Europe: End of an Era?"

by Dimitrios P. Tsachageas, Heriot-Watt University, School of Energy, Geoscience, Infrastructure and Society (EGIS), United Kingdom

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"Performance of Social Inequalities in the Housing Market: Meanings of Mortgages and Intergenerational Financial Transfers"

by Tomáš Samec, Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

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2015
Winner: Camilo Vladimir de Lima Amaral

"Urban Enclosure: Contemporary Strategies of Dispossession and Reification in London's Spatial Production"

by Camilo Vladimir de Lima Amaral, University of East London, School of Architecture, United Kingdom

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1st runner up: Sebastian Kohl

"Urban History Matters: Explaining the German-American Homeownership Gap"

by Sebastian Kohl, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Germany

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2nd runner up: Blanca Fernandez Milan

"Location Value Tax for Urban Sustainability"

by Blanca Fernandez Milan, Technical University Berlin, Department of Economics and Climate Change Economic, Germany and Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC), Germany

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2014 – Rikke Skovgaard Nielsen
Danish Building Research Institute, Aalborg University, Denmark

Straight-line Assimilation in Home-leaving? A Comparison of Turks, Somalis and Danes



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2013 – Sven Damen
KU Leuven, Belgium

The Effect of Mortgage Interest Deduction and Mortgage Product Innovation on House Prices



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2012 – Eduardo Ascensão
Centro de Estudos Geográficos, University of Lisbon, Portugal

Following engineers and architects through slums: history, policies, urban poor populations and the technoscience of slum intervention in the Portuguese-speaking landscape



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2011 – Christian Lennartz
OTB Research Institute for the Built Environment, Delft Technical University, The Netherlands

Market structures of rental housing – comparing the competitiveness between social and private renting in two local housing markets in England and the Netherlands



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2010 – Patrick Rérat
University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Housing, compact city and sustainable development: some insights from recent urban trends in Switzerland



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2009 – Jardar Sörvoll
Nordic Centre of Excellence in Welfare Research & NOVA – Norwegian Social Research, Norway

The Political Ideology of Housing and the Welfare State in Scandinavia 1980-2008: Change, Continuity and Paradoxes.



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2008 – Gemma Burgess
Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research, University of Cambridge, Great Brittain

Building England's Mixed Communities: Negotiating the 'Mix'



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