Wetenschappelijke publicaties

Hieronder een compleet overzicht van mijn wetenschappelijke publicaties.

Wetenschappelijke tijdschriften

  1. Van Gent, W. & Hochstenbach, C. (forthcoming) The neo-liberal politics and socio-spatial implications of Dutch post-crisis housing policies. International Journal of Housing Policy. Accepted for publication.
  2. Hochstenbach, C. & Arundel, R. (2019) Spatial housing market polarisation: national and urban dynamics of diverging house valuesTransactions of the Institute of British Geographers. Online First, DOI: 10.1111/tran.12346.
  3. Arundel, R. & Hochstenbach, C. (2019) Divided Access and the Spatial Polarization of Housing WealthUrban Geography. Online First, DOI: 10.1080/02723638.2019.1681722
  4. Hochstenbach, C. (2019) The age dimensions of urban socio‐spatial change. Population, Space and Place, e2220.
  5. Hoekstra, M.S., Hochstenbach, C., Bontje, M.A. & Musterd, S. (2018) Shrinkage and housing inequality: Policy responses to population decline and class change. Journal of Urban Affairs. Online First. DOI: 10.1080/07352166.2018.1457407
  6. Hochstenbach, C. (2018) Spatializing the intergenerational transmission of inequalities: parental wealth, residential segregation and urban inequality. Environment and Planning A. Vol.50(3), pp.689-708.
  7. Hochstenbach, C. & Musterd, S. (2018) Gentrification and the suburbanization of poverty: changing urban geographies through boom and bust periods, Urban Geography. 39(1), pp.26-53.
  8. Van Gent, W., Hochstenbach, C. & Uitermark, J. (2018) Exclusion as urban policy: The Dutch ‘Act on Extraordinary Measures for Urban Problems’, Urban Studies, Online First. DOI: 10.1177/0042098017717214.
  9. Uitermark, J., Hochstenbach, C. & Van Gent, W. (2017) The statistical politics of exceptional territories, Political Geography, Vol.57, pp. 60-70. DOI:10.1016/j.polgeo.2016.11.011
  10. Hochstenbach, C. (2017) State-led gentrification and the changing geography of market-oriented housing policies. Housing, Theory and Society. Vol. 34(4), pp.399-419.
  11. Hochstenbach, C. & Boterman, W.R. (2017) Intergenerational support shaping residential trajectories: Young people leaving home in a gentrifying city, Urban Studies, Vol 54(2), pp.399-420.
  12. Hochstenbach, C. & Van Gent, W.P.C. (2015) An anatomy of gentrification processes: Variegating causes of neighbourhood change. Environment and Planning A, Vol.47(7), pp. 1480-1501. DOI: 10.1177/0308518X15595771
  13. Hochstenbach, C. & Boterman, W.R. (2015) Navigating the field of housing: housing pathways of young people in Amsterdam. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, Vol. 30(2), pp.257-274.
  14. Hochstenbach, C., Musterd, S. & Teernstra, A.B. (2015) Gentrification in Amsterdam: Assessing the Importance of Context. Population, Space and Place, Vol. 21(8), pp.754-770.
  15. Hochstenbach, C. (2015) Stakeholder Representations of Gentrification in Amsterdam and Berlin: A Marginal Process? Housing Studies, Vol.30(6), pp.817-83

Boeken / Rapporten

  1. Musterd, S., Damhuis, R., Hochstenbach, C. & Van Gent, W. (2019) De regio als garderobe. Huishoudens, levensfasen en woonmilieus in de Nederlandse metropool. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  2. Aalbers, M., Bosma, J., Fernandez & Hochstenbach, C. (2018) Buy-to-let gewikt en gewogen. Leuven/Amsterdam: KU Leuven/Universiteit van Amsterdam.
  3. Hochstenbach, C., J. Uitermark & W. van Gent (2015) Evaluatie effecten Wet bijzondere maatregelen grootstedelijke problematiek (‘Rotterdamwet’) in Rotterdam. Amsterdam: AISSR Universiteit van Amsterdam.
  4. Boterman, W.R., C. Hochstenbach, R. Ronald & M. Sleurink (2013) Duurzame toegankelijkheid van de Amsterdamse woningmarkt voor starters [Sustainable access for starters on the Amsterdam housing market], Amsterdam: Centre for Urban Studies, Universiteit van Amsterdam.

Nederlandstalige wetenschappelijke artikelen

  1. Hochstenbach, C. & Verloo, N. (2019). Introductie bij het themanummer: een drieluik van groeiende woonongelijkheid. Beleid en Maatschappij 46(3), pp.321-328.
  2. Hochstenbach, C. & Van Gent, W. (2018). Betaalbaar wonen verder weggedrukt: De sociale en ruimtelijke implicaties van de Woningwet 2015. Essay geschreven voor de evaluatie van de Woningwet 2015 door de Commissie Van Bochove, in opdracht van Aedes.
  3. Bosma, J., Hochstenbach, C., Fernandez, R. & Aalbers, M.A. (2018). De politiek van buy-to-let. Beleid en Maatschappij 45(3), pp. 288-298.

Boekhoofdstukken

  1. Damhuis, R., Van Gent, W., Hochstenbach, C. & Musterd, S. (2019) The regional and local dynamics of life course and housing, in Moos, M. (Eds) A Research Agenda for Housing, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp.165-181.
  2. Hochstenbach, C. & Boterman, W.R. (2018) Age, life course and generations in gentrification processes, in Lees, L. and Phillips, M. (Eds) Handbook of Gentrification Studies, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp.170-185. (working paper version of our chapter can be accessed here)

Boekbesprekingen

  1. Hochstenbach, C. (2018) Bespreking van Barend Wind (2017). Housing Wealth in Europe: Institutions and Inequality. Mens en Maatschappij 93(2), 189-197.
  2. Hochstenbach, C. (2018) Review of Matthew Desmond: Evicted: poverty and profit in the American City, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment. 33(2), 447-449.
  3. Hochstenbach, C. (2017) Clarence N. Stone and Robert P. Stoker (eds): Urban Neighborhoods in a New Era: Revitalization Politics in the Postindustrial City. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment., 32(4), 865-867.