The focus of this case study is on the important role of real estate and housing policies in Singapore’s economic development. In the sphere of housing policy, Singapore is known for its high homeownership rates, the very significant role played by the government in housing supply and housing finance, and the wealth that has been created and distributed in the process.
Singapore, housing, housing policy, home ownership, government policy
Asian Studies | Economics | Real Estate | Urban Studies and Planning
Frontiers in Development Policy: Innovative Development Case Studies
KDI School and World Bank Institute
City or Country
PHANG, Sock Yong and KIM, Kyunghwan.
Singapore’s Housing Policies: 1960-2013. (2011). Frontiers in Development Policy: Innovative Development Case Studies. 123-153. Research Collection School Of Economics.
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