Additional Literature

Precarious housing: 

Clair, A., Reeves, A., McKee, M., & Stuckler, D. (2019). Constructing a housing precariousness measure for Europe. Journal of European Social Policy, 29(1), 13-28.

Fondation Abbé Pierre, & FEANTSA. (2020). Fifth overview of housing exclusion in Europe 2020. Brussels: FEANTSA and Fondation Abbé Pierre, available at: 

Harvey, D. (1973). Social Justice and the City, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Muñoz, S. (2018). Urban precarity and home: There is no “right to the city”. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 108(2), 370-379.

The concept of precariousness: 

Foti, A. (2017). General theory of the precariat: Great recession, revolution, reaction. Institute of Network Cultures

Hardy, J. (2017). (Re)conceptualising precarity: institutions, structure and agency, Employee Relations, 39 (3), 263- 273

Standing G (2011) The Precariat: The New Dangerous Class. London: Bloomsbury

Vulnerable groups and discrimination: 

Bolt, G. (2012). Ethnic Minorities and Housing. In: S.J. Smith, M. Elsinga, L.Fox O’Mahony, O. Seow Eng, S. Wachter, M. Pareja Eastaway (eds.)  International Encyclopedia of Housing and HomeVol 2, 109–113.

Mazziotta, A., Zerr, M., & Rohmann, A. (2015). The effects of multiple stigmas on discrimination in the German housing market. Social Psychology, 46(6), 325–334.

Housing markets and commodification: 

Aalbers, M. B. (2015). The great moderation, the great excess and the global housing crisis. International Journal of Housing Policy, 15(1), 43-60.

Jacobs, K. (2019). Neoliberal housing policy: An international perspective. Routledge.

Grenfell tower:

Bulley, D. Edkins, J. and El-Enany, N. (eds.) (2019) After Grenfell: Violence, Resistance and Response London, Pluto Press

Hodkinson, S. (2019) Safe As Houses: Private Greed, Political Negligence and Housing Policy After Grenfell Manchester, University of Manchester Press

MacLeod, G. (2018). The Grenfell Tower atrocity: Exposing urban worlds of inequality, injustice, and an impaired democracy. I(4), 460-489.

Radical Housing Network (2017) Justice for Grenfell Tower: ‘managed decline’ of council housing and contempt for tenants contributed to fire Radical Housing Network public statement, available at: (last accessed 22/04/2020).

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