Reinvestment decisions and rehabilitation in housing

Özdemir, Özgül Burcu


Reinvestment decisions and rehabilitation in housing
Özdemir Sarı, Özgül Burcu (2002-09-13)
Housing has many functions for households and society besides being a major economic resource for countries. To ignore the declining asset values or losses from the stock may have negative results for the overall economy and households.
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In many organisations, large databases are created as part of the business operation: the promise of ‘big data’ is to extract information from these databases to make smarter decisions. We explore the feasibility of this approach for better decision-making for maintenance, specifically for rail infrastructure. We argue that the data should be used within a Bayesian framework with the aim of inferring the underlying state of the system so we can predict future failures and improve decision-making. Within thi...
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There has been a vast quantity of mass-housing production by the central housing authority in Turkey in the recent years. Operated in line with neo-liberal economy-policies since the beginning of 2000s, the public production has concentrated on speed of construction, quantity of dwelling units, and developing financial resource for ‘social housing’ provision by building luxury housing in profitable urban lands. However, this provision has faced criticism of various academic and non-academic circles, primari...
Citation Formats
Ö. B. Özdemir, “Reinvestment decisions and rehabilitation in housing,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2003.