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  1. In which European countries is homeownership more financially advanta…

    Wind, B., & Dewilde, C. (2019). In which European countries is homeownership more financially advantageous? Explaining the size of the tenure wealth gap in 10 countries with different housing and welfare regimes. International Journal of Housing Policy, 1-30.
  2. Housing tenure, housing wealth and subjective wellbeing in Australia …

    André, S. C. H., Dewilde, C., & Muffels, R. (2019). Housing tenure, housing wealth and subjective wellbeing in Australia: The case of unemployment. In G. Brulé, & C. Suter (Eds.), Wealth(s) and subjective well-being (pp. 281-304). (Social Indicators Research Series 76). Cham, Switzerland: Springer.
  3. What do housing wealth and tenure have to do with it? - Changes in we…

    André, S., Dewilde, C., & Muffels, R. (2019). What do housing wealth and tenure have to do with it? Changes in wellbeing of men and women after divorce using Australian panel data. Social Science Research, 78(1), 104-118.
  4. Parental marital dissolution and the intergenerational transmission o…

    Hubers, C. G. T. M., Dewilde, C., & de Graaf, P. (2019). Parental marital dissolution and the intergenerational transmission of homeownership. In C. Lennartz, & R. Ronald (Eds.), Housing careers, intergenerational support and family relations (pp. 101-137). London and New York: Routledge.
  5. Homeownership, saving and financial wealth - A comparative and longit…

    Lersch, P. M., & Dewilde, C. L. (2019). Homeownership, saving and financial wealth: A comparative and longitudinal analysis. Housing Studies, 33(8), 1175-1206.

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