From the reviews: "'European metropolitan housing markets' is a collection of essays describing the operation of housing markets and housing policies in a dozen major cities in Europe - from Glasgow to Milan and from Brussels to Vienna. ... The book does contain a number of interesting analytical descriptions ... and most of them contain suggestions for those who would like more historical or statistical detail. ... For the most part the book makes for interesting reading, and it makes a fine reference book." (John M. Quigley, Papers in Regional Science, Vol. 87 (4), November, 2008)
European Housing Markets - An Overview.- An Analysis of the Housing Market in Greater Brussels.- Metropolitan Housing Markets - The Case of Helsinki.- Housing Markets and Policies in the Munich Metropolitan Area.- Recovery and Change: Glasgow's Housing 1991-2001.- The Housing Market in Zurich's Urban Agglomeration.- The Amsterdam Metropolitan Housing Market: How a Prosperous Metropolitan Area Co-exists with a Central City Dominated by Social Rental Housing for the Poor.- The Oslo Metropolitan Housing Market.- The Milan Housing Market.- Housing in Vienna.- Housing Market and Housing Policy in Hamburg. Evidence and Prospects.- Housing Market and Housing Policy in Copenhagen.- The Stockholm Housing Market.