The historical development of housing in Central and Eastern European countries continues to have implications for the tenure, type, quality and affordability of housing today, calling for policy actions to address a looming affordability challenge.
Continuing labour market reforms, tackling inequity in education and supporting housing affordability would promote equal access to life chances in Belgium.
Statistical Insight: Location, location, location – House price developments across and within OECD countries
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New Zealand has recently enjoyed strong economic growth, but housing and population ageing pose challenges
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