The aim of the workshop is to bring together experts from different countries and different disciplines (economics, history, law, sociology, etc.) whose “common denominator” is their interest in rent control. This event aims to be a forum for discussing rent control experiences around the world. It should also foster a stronger network among scholars, thus facilitating joint research cooperation in the field.
The workshop language will be English.
June 20, 2022
11:00 - Lorenz Thomschke “Qualifying data for German rent controls”
11:30 - Linus Pfeiffer “Regulation of short-term rentals: A case of Berlin”
12:00 - Åke Gunnelin, Rosane Hungria Gunnelin, Bo Söderberg “Rent control and potential underutilization of housing resources”
12:30 - Lunch
13:30 - Edward G. Goetz “Rent control in the U.S. Heartland: The successful campaigns for rent stabilization in Minneapolis and Saint Paul”
14:00 - Dennis Keating “The politics of rent control in the United States”
14:30 - Tea/coffee break
15:00 - Keynote lecture by Stephen Malpezzi “What do we know about rent regulation and housing supply? What do we need to learn?”
16:00 - Maya Mark „First-generation rent control in Israel“
16:30 - Nikos Potamianos “Rent control, tenants and landlords in Athens, 1916-1936”
18:00 - Conference dinner
June 21, 2022
9:30 - Kyung-Hwan Kim “Rent regulation in Korea: Issues and options for reform”
10:00 - Sebastian Kohl “Housing policy and speculative price bubbles”
10:30 - Hugo Périlleux Sanchez “Rent regulation in Brussels: criticism and alternatives”
11:00 - Aleksandar R. Miletić “Housing policy in Europe, 1914-1939: Leximetric assessment and/or qualitative analysis”
11:30 - Konstantin A. Kholodilin “Rise and fall of Catalan rent control”
To register, please, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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