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Cody Hochstenbach
Cody Hochstenbach
Postdoctoral researcher, Urban Geography, Universiteit van Amsterdam
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Gentrification and the suburbanization of poverty: changing urban geographies through boom and bust periods
C Hochstenbach, S Musterd
Urban Geography 39 (1), 26-53, 2018
2342018
Navigating the field of housing: housing pathways of young people in Amsterdam
C Hochstenbach, WR Boterman
Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 30 (2), 257-274, 2015
1152015
An anatomy of gentrification processes: Variegating causes of neighbourhood change
C Hochstenbach, WPC Van Gent
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 47 (7), 1480-1501, 2015
1062015
State-led gentrification and the changing geography of market-oriented housing policies
C Hochstenbach
Housing, Theory and Society 34 (4), 399-419, 2017
882017
Intergenerational support shaping residential trajectories: Young people leaving home in a gentrifying city
C Hochstenbach, WR Boterman
Urban studies 54 (2), 399-420, 2017
862017
Divided access and the spatial polarization of housing wealth
R Arundel, C Hochstenbach
Urban Geography 41 (4), 497-523, 2020
49*2020
Inequality in the gentrifying European city
C Hochstenbach
University of Amsterdam, 2017
492017
Spatializing the intergenerational transmission of inequalities: Parental wealth, residential segregation, and urban inequality
C Hochstenbach
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 50 (3), 689-708, 2018
472018
The unlikely revival of private renting in Amsterdam: Re-regulating a regulated housing market
C Hochstenbach, R Ronald
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 52 (8), 1622-1642, 2020
42*2020
The death and life of private landlordism: How financialized homeownership gave birth to the buy-to-let market
M B. Aalbers, C Hochstenbach, J Bosma, R Fernandez
Housing, Theory and Society 38 (5), 541-563, 2021
372021
The neo-liberal politics and socio-spatial implications of Dutch post-crisis social housing policies
W van Gent, C Hochstenbach
International Journal of Housing Policy 20 (1), 156-172, 2020
372020
Spatial housing market polarisation: national and urban dynamics of diverging house values
C Hochstenbach, R Arundel
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 45 (2), 464-482, 2020
37*2020
Exclusion as urban policy: The Dutch ‘Act on Extraordinary Measures for Urban Problems’
W van Gent, C Hochstenbach, J Uitermark
Urban Studies 55 (11), 2337-2353, 2018
332018
The statistical politics of exceptional territories
J Uitermark, C Hochstenbach, W van Gent
Political Geography 57, 60-70, 2017
322017
Shrinkage and housing inequality: Policy responses to population decline and class change
MS Hoekstra, C Hochstenbach, MA Bontje, S Musterd
Journal of Urban Affairs 42 (3), 333-350, 2020
302020
Gentrification in Amsterdam: Assessing the Importance of Context
C Hochstenbach, S Musterd, A Teernstra
Population, Space and Place 21 (8), 754-770, 2015
302015
Multiple property ownership in times of late homeownership: A new conceptual vocabulary
J Kadi, C Hochstenbach, C Lennartz
International Journal of Housing Policy 20 (1), 6-24, 2020
252020
Buy-to-let gewikt en gewogen
M Aalbers, J Bosma, R Fernandez, C Hochstenbach
222018
Age, life course and generations in gentrification processes
C Hochstenbach, W Boterman
Handbook of gentrification studies, 2018
212018
Stakeholder Representations of Gentrification in Amsterdam and Berlin: A Marginal Process?
C Hochstenbach
Housing Studies 30 (6), 817-838, 2015
212015
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