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Title: Housing Asia's millions : problems, policies, and prospects for low-cost housing in Southeast Asia
Authors: IDRC
Yeh, S.H.K.
Laquian, A.A.
Keywords: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
SOUTHEAST ASIA
COSTS
HOUSING
METHODOLOGY
HOUSING NEEDS
LIVING CONDITIONS
SLUMS
SQUATTERS
ADMINISTRATIVE ASPECTS
FINANCING
LAND USE
LOCATION FACTORS
HOUSING CONSTRUCTION
DESIGN
ECONOMIC INFRASTRUCTURE
INCOME DISTRIBUTION
ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS
Date: 1978
Publisher: IDRC, Ottawa, ON, CA
Abstract: Comparative analysis of the South East Asia Low-Cost Housing Study - discusses the objectives and methodology, estimation of the housing needs, living conditions in the slums and squatter settlements; administrative aspects of housing projects, financing, land utilization policies, location factors, residential construction and design; housing investment priorities, economic implications. Bibliography, statistical data.
ISBN: 0-88936-163-0
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/3891
Project Number: 720111
Project Title:  Low-Cost Housing (Southeast Asia)
Access: Open Access
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