• Weltweite Lieferung!
  • Über unser Unternehmen
  • Kontakt
  • Tel. +358 92727070 Bitte um Rückruf
    WhatsApp +358503889439
Bitte um Rückruf
+358503889439 Whatsapp
  1. Bücher
  2. Sozialwissenschaften und Geisteswissenschaften
  3. Soziologie, Gesellschaft, Anthropologie, Sozialwissenschaften

Homeowners' Associations in Russia after the 2005 Housing Reform

Homeowners' Associations in Russia after the 2005 Housing Reform
Sprache
Herausgabejahr
Format
Seitenanzahl
274
ISBN
978-952-10-5148-7
Preis:
29.00 € 11.60 € Reduzierter Preis 60%
10.55 € Ohne MWSt
 
 
Nur noch wenige Teile im Lager
In den Warenkorb Auf meinen Merkzettel hinzufügen
Nur noch wenige Teile im Lager
Preis:
29.00 € 11.60 € Reduzierter Preis 60%
10.55 € Ohne MWSt
TUTKIMUS VENÄJÄN ASUNTOMARKKINOIDEN YKSITYISTÄMISESTÄ

Venäjän asuntomarkkinoiden uudistus ei ole sujunut ongelmitta.
Tutkija, VTM *Rosa Vihavaisen *mukaan asunnonomistajien yhdistysten toiminta on varsin epätasaista: hienoissa luksustaloissa toiminta on vireää, vaatimattomammissa varojen puute estää kunnossapitotoiminnan, vaikka siitä vuoden 2005 laissa säädetäänkin.
Myös vapaamatkustaminen, eli yhteisistä velvoitteista laistaminen on ongelma.
Ulkomaisen ostajan kannattaa siis ottaa tarkasti selvää yhdistysten tavoista ja käytännöistä.
Joulukuun 2008 jälkeen Pietarin asuntojen hinnat ovat laskeneet keskimäärin 10% ja ovat nyt halvempia kuin Helsingissä.

Englanninkielinen esittely:

The book examines homeowners' associations as a part of the large-scale housing management reform that has transferred management and maintenance of private housing from the state to the private sector and to the citizens' responsibility since 2005 in Russia. The study is based on interview data from St. Petersburg's homeowners' associations.

Homeowners' associations are analysed as self-governing associations, with the main question being the ways in which taking care of common areas collectively succeeds in practice. The role of social relations in collective decision-making is also studied, particularly whether cooperation has produced social capital or whether relationships between neighbours are characterised by conflicts and disagreements.

Besides the social dynamics within the associations, the associations' relationships with other actors, such as Local housing authorities that may contribute to or prevent the associations' self-government, are examined.
The book examines homeowners' associations as a part of the large-scale housing management reform that has transferred management and maintenance of private housing from the state to the private sector and to the citizens' responsibility since 2005 in Russia. The study is based on interview data from St. Petersburg's homeowners' associations.

Homeowners' associations are analysed as self-governing associations, with the main question being the ways in which taking care of common areas collectively succeeds in practice. The role of social relations in collective decision-making is also studied, particularly whether cooperation has produced social capital or whether relationships between neighbours are characterised by conflicts and disagreements.

Besides the social dynamics within the associations, the associations' relationships with other actors, such as Local housing authorities that may contribute to or prevent the associations' self-government, are examined.
The book examines homeowners' associations as a part of the large-scale housing management reform that has transferred management and maintenance of private housing from the state to the private sector and to the citizens' responsibility since 2005 in Russia. The study is based on interview data from St. Petersburg's homeowners' associations.

Homeowners' associations are analysed as self-governing associations, with the main question being the ways in which taking care of common areas collectively succeeds in practice. The role of social relations in collective decision-making is also studied, particularly whether cooperation has produced social capital or whether relationships between neighbours are characterised by conflicts and disagreements.

Besides the social dynamics within the associations, the associations' relationships with other actors, such as Local housing authorities that may contribute to or prevent the associations' self-government, are examined.
EAN
9789521051487
Bibliotheksbewertung BIC:
JH
Ähnliche Artikel
Wir verwenden Cookies, um diese Website zu verbessern. Cookies werden verwendet, um unsere Dienste bereitzustellen, zu analysieren und zu verbessern und Ihnen relevante Inhalte anzuzeigen. Weitere Informationen zur Verwendung von Cookies finden Sie hier (in englischer Sprache, eine PDF-Dokumente auf unserem Server). Akzeptieren Sie gerne alle Cookies? Klicken Sie auf Akzeptieren.
Wählen Sie das Lieferland für Ihr Abonnement: