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Research outputs: SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION
This volume of essays is a reflection on social memory as a force for social and economic transformation. Written by scholars and organic in...
Social housing has the potential to contribute to economic inclusion and urban integration if it is well-located. However, this is complicat...
While the performance of the economy receives significant attention through a series of broad macroeconomic indicators (e.g. the consumer pr...Download this report