‘Reforming the private rented sector: what might we learn from other countries’
Professor Michael Oxley held the office of Director of the University of Cambridge Centre for Housing Planning Research (CCHPR) from 2014 to 2017 (succeeding Peter Williams). Prior to this, he was Professor of Housing at De Montfort University and a visiting Research Fellow at Delft University of Technology.
Professor Oxley has an extensive publication list in the field of housing policy and housing finance, including work on investment in social housing both in the UK and internationally. His book ‘Economics, Planning and Housing’ is used on many university courses. He is a co-author of ‘Bridging the Gap Between Social and Market Rented Housing in Six European Countries?’.
Professor Oxley has led research projects for many funders including ESRC, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, central and local government and UN Habitat.
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