Transforming Private Landlords: housing, markets and public policy
February 2011, Wiley-Blackwell
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“Notwithstanding these observations, the book is a must for those of us with an interest in the PRS andI thoroughly recommend it.” (Housing Studies, 21 September 2012)
"This is an essential text for any housing academic - undergraduate, postgraduate and upwards - or policy practitioner seeking a basic understanding of the history and workings of the private rented sector (PRS) ... However, in its definitive summary of the authors' research over the past three decades, the text constitutes a worthy full stop, and signals the prospect of a move forward into new questions, themes, data and analytical frameworks." (International Journal of Housing Policy, 1 December 2011)