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39} Christine Haughney, For Oscar-Winning Actress, Real-Life Role in Housing Court, New York Times, August 3, 2011, p. A20; . Nevius, When Rent Control Provides a Getaway for the Well-To-Do, San Francisco Chronicle, June 16, 2012, p. A1. {40} Bay Area Economics, San Francisco Housing DataBook (Berkeley, CA: Bay Area Economics, 2002), p. 21.

Discussions of the effects of price controls in besieged sixteenth-century Antwerp, as well as the eighteenth-century and nineteenth-century local food shortages in India are from pages 33 and 34 of Forty Centuries of Wage and Price Controls by Robert L. Schuettinger and Eamonn F. Butler, published by the Heritage Foundation, a Washington think tank, in 1979.

Rent control in New York is a means of limiting the amount of rent charged on dwellings. Rent control and rent stabilization are two programs used in parts of New York state (and other jurisdictions). In addition to controlling rent, the system also prescribes rights and obligations for tenants and landlords. Each city in the state chooses whether to participate.

In Robert Albon (e. Rent Control: Costs & Consequences. Centre for Independent Studies, Australia. Governance Parth J Shah & Makarand Bakore The book focuses on the functioning of urban municipalities

In Robert Albon (e. Governance Parth J Shah & Makarand Bakore The book focuses on the functioning of urban municipalities.

He therefore considers conceptions of emotion and the nature of anger and offers a new theory of the factors affecting impulsive aggression. The discussion throughout is based on both laboratory experiments and "real world" field studies. Berkowitz summarizes what behavioral scientists have learned about the nature of highly aggressive personalities and the family and childhood backgrounds of those who are disposed to violent, antisocial behavior. He also reports important studies of the effects of violence depicted in the mass media.

The authors argue that partial repeals of rent control have been ineffective. The authors argue that partial repeals of rent control have been ineffective at best, and counterproductive at worst - only complete abolition of rent and eviction controls imposed by the state can revitalise the housing markets.

Controls on the conditions of renting housing can take many different forms, with different consequences for the market. This paper contains analyses of the effects of different regulatory forms on, in particular, the maintenance decision. Others have extended the basic model, focusing on the maintenance aspect, but we cannot agree entirely with their conclusions. A careful specification of the relationship between costs and.

Robert Rotber's book "When States Fail" is a companion piece to "States in a Time of Terror.

The government said rent controls could drive responsible landlords out and "ultimately push rents up.

The government said rent controls could drive responsible landlords out and "ultimately push rents up". Average monthly private rents in London have increased by 35% from £1,095 in 2011 to £1,473 in 2018, according to analysis by the Valuation Office Agency.