Urban rental housing and tenant household in Turkey: Towards viable alternative policies for the rental sector

Emür, Ayşegül


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Many cities around the world have seen efforts to restructure the provision of public transport. While transit authorities as public agencies continue to deliver transit services in some cities, many others have privatised these services, have opened up the market to private operators or have outsourced them to newly founded subsidiaries. The situation is no different in Turkey, where new legislation was enacted in the 1980s enabling local authorities to establish corporate companies under their own agency,...
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A. Emür, “Urban rental housing and tenant household in Turkey: Towards viable alternative policies for the rental sector,” Middle East Technical University, 1999.