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Le prix du compromis politique : Quand les politiques du logement et de la dette s'affrontent dans le marché foncier

Abstract : Do social policies succeed where debt policies threaten their achievement? If so, how and at what price? This paper focuses on the direct relationship between housing and debt policies in the housing market. On the one hand, cities are on the lookout for cheap urban land to build massive quantities of affordable housing. On the other hand, public authorities and enterprises want to sell their land to pay their debts. Based on an in-depth qualitative survey of public land transactions, this article distinguishes between two modes of market compromise between cities and public owners: sale price and rent increases. Such compromises have several political consequences. In the short term and provided that cities set the right prices, the sale of public land makes it possible to build a lot of housing. But the sale of public land encourages rising land prices, compromising long-term housing policies.
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Marie Piganiol. Le prix du compromis politique : Quand les politiques du logement et de la dette s'affrontent dans le marché foncier. Revue française de sociologie, Presse de Sciences Po / Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 2017, 58 (2), pp.267 - 292. ⟨hal-02135506⟩

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