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Reshaping the Financialization of Housing

The financialization of housing has contributed to inequalities in wealth accumulation, mismatch between housing costs and local earnings, gentrification and displacement, as well as precariousness of tenure for renters among other factors.

Theme Researchers

Research Projects

Project Title Principal Applicant(s) Research Theme Funding Stream Funding Window
Gaps Analysis Craig E. Jones Reshaping the Financialization of Housing Comparative Project Jun, 2019 to May, 2021
Understanding Evictions in Canada Silas Xuereb Reshaping the Financialization of Housing, Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Comparative Project Dec, 2020 to Sep, 2021
Filling the Gaps in Housing: Tracking Legislative Responses to COVID-19 in Emergency Housing Initiatives Alexandra Flynn Reshaping the Financialization of Housing, Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Comparative Project Aug, 2020
Do higher home prices hurt or help child vulnerability? Paul Kershaw Reshaping the Financialization of Housing Comparative Project Aug, 2020
Assessing the Impact of Short-term Rentals on Canada’s Housing Supply David Wachsmuth Reshaping the Financialization of Housing Comparative Project Aug, 2020
Partna Housing - Scattered Housing Trust Model Design Cheryll Case Reshaping the Financialization of Housing Community-Focused Project Aug, 2020
Studying Montreal's financialization of multi-family rental housing: Spatiality, local specificity and empirical methodology Cloé St-Hilaire Reshaping the Financialization of Housing Community-Focused Project Nov, 2020
Scaling up approaches to participatory co-housing: Keyan Ye, Christina Mahut Reshaping the Financialization of Housing, Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Community-Focused Project Mar, 2021