Токови историје 3/2016

Александар Р. Милетић

Housing Disputes and Politics; Socio-Political Context of the Tenant-Protection Schemes in Southeast and East-Central Europe, 1918–1928 


This comparative study analyses a specific socio-political context of the processes that came with the implementation of a housing rent control system in Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia and Poland during the first interwar decade. It studies specific interactions between mainstream politics and landlords’ and tenants’ interest associations. The paper deals with the evolution of the attitudes of tenants’ and landlords’ associations towards the politics and their active participation therein.

Кључне речи:

 housing policy, rent control, interest groups, East-Central Europe, Southeast Europe