Book reviewed in this article:
Cawson, A. 1982: Corporatism and welfare. Social policy and state intervention in Britain.
Cherry, G. 1982: The politics of town planning.
Dear, M. and Scott, A.J. editors, 1981: Urbanisation and urban planning in capitalist society.
Donnison, D. and Ungerson, C. 1982: Housing policy.
Short, J. 1982: Housing in Britain: the postwar experience.
Fothergill, S. and Gudgin, G. 1982: Unequal growth: urban and regional employment change in the UK.
Frank, H. and Schubert, D. editors, 1983: Lesebuch zur Wohnungsfrage.
Friedland, R. 1982: Power and crisis in the city: corporations, unions and urban policy.
Friedman, J. and Weinberg, D.H. editors, 1983: The great housing experiment.
Goodman, D. and Redclift, M. 1981: From peasant to proletarian. Capitalist development and agrarian transitions.
Hellstern, G‐M., Speer, F. and Wollman, H. editors, 1982: Applied urban research. Proceedings of the European Meeting on Applied Urban Research, Essen, 2–4 October 1981
Herlyn, U. and Göschel, A., Kramer, J., Schardt, T. and Wendt, G. 1980: Grossstadtstrukturen und ungleiche Lebensbedingungen in der Bundesrepublik.
Heskin, A.D. 1983: Tenants and the American dream: ideology and the tenant movement.
Hirsch, A.R. 1983: Making the second ghetto: race and housing in Chicago 1940–60.
Johnson, J. and Pooley, C. editors, 1982: The structure of nineteenth‐century cities.
Loney, M. 1983: Community against government: the British Community Development Project 1968–78 ‐ a study of government incompetence.
Maillat, D. editor, 1982: Technology: a key factor for regional development.
McKay, D.H. editor, 1982: Planning and politics in western Europe.
Merrett, S. with Gray, F. 1982: Owner occupation in Britain.
Zukin, S. 1982: Loft living: culture and capital in urban change.