Research Database

Amann, W., Springler, E. (2012):
In: The International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, MS 408.
2012
This contribution to the Online Encyclopaedia describes existing housing finance institutions in transition countries.
Wieser, R., Mundt, A., Amann, W. (2013):
(Wien: IIBW, im Auftrag des Landes Niederösterreich, F-2214).
2013
This study introduces a new methodology to assess housing related state expenditures in a European comparison. Austria shows relatively low public expenditures on housing of below 0.9% of GDP. Quite impressive is the constant development with a steady decrease of the share of housing related state expenditures.
Amann, W., Hüttler, W., Mundt, A. (2012):
In: Nieboer, N., Gruis, V., Tsenkova, S., van Hal, A. (2012): Energy Efficiency in Housing Management (Earthscan).
2012
This peer-reviewed book chapter describes the high quality of thermal refurbishments in Austria. Refurbishment with elements of passive house standards are becoming state-of-the-art, especially within Limited-Profit housing.
Lugger, K., Amann, W. (2013):
(Innsbruck, Wien, Bozen: Studienverlag).
2013
This handbook contains extensive statistics on housing and housing policy in Austria. It is published since 1995 in the 7th edition.
Amann, W., Bejan, I., Mundt, A. (2012):
In: Hegedüs, J., Lux, M. (2012): Social Housing in Transition Countries: Trends, Impacts and Policies (Routledge, Taylor and Francis).
2012
This book is a benchmark on social housing in transition countries. The country chapter on Romania summarizes all available information on social housing and housing finance in Romania.
Amann, W. (2006):
In: Proceedings of the World Bank Conference "Housing Finance in Emerging Markets" March 15-17, (Washington, the World Bank, 2006).
2006
At a World Bank conference, Dr. Amann presented the requirements for public-private partnerships for affordable housing in countries in transition.
Amann, W. (2013):
(Bratislava: Habitat for Humanity Europe, Middle East and Africa).
2013
The book provides a data oriented overview on housing for most of Central Eastern and Southeastern European and former Soviet countries: CEE: Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovak Republic, Slovenia; SEE: Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina , Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia; CIS: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan; Others: Georgia, Turkey
Amann, W., Hegedüs, J., Lux, M., Springler, E. (2012):
In: Hegedüs, J., Lux, M. (2012): Social Housing in Transition Countries: Trends, Impacts and Policies (Routledge, Taylor and Francis).
2012
The article in this peer-reviewed book analyses different mechanisms of financing social housing in an international context.
Amann, W.; Bako, Z.; Dobosné Dénes, H.; Maráczi, Z.; Schwarzmüller, N.; Seres, L. (2006):
(Wien: IIBW, im Auftrag von Társaság a Lakásépítésért Egyesület).
2006
This study commissioned by the Hungarian Building Materials Industry analyses the framework for the establishment of affordable rental housing in Hungary.
OEGUT/IIBW/Energieberatungen NÖ, T, ST (2014):
(Wien: ÖGUT, mit Förderung des österreichischen Klima- und Energiefonds).
2014
The study analyses the scheme of energy auditing within the system of social housing construction in Austria. The intensive state involvement in housing is justified with the comprehensive positive externalities, not only in terms of social and economic leverage, but also regarding the implementation of the Austrian climate targets.
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