Les effets pervers du contrôle des loyers sur la mobilité résidentielle : une fausse évidence? (Lyon 1900-1968)

Abstract : The Adverse Effects of Rent Control on Residential Turnover: Not So Clear-Cut After All ? (Lyon 1900-1968). This article questions the effects of rent control on residential turnover. It has often been said that rent control and tenant protection cause a decrease of the turnover rate because which penalize new households. Based on accounting reports kept by a real estate property manager in Lyon from 1900 to 1968 (characterized by several rent control laws after 1914) this article shows that the correlation between rent control and the fall of residential turnover only occurs in the 1960’s. This result leads us to discuss the massive use of the side-effects argument in the literature dedicated to rent control.
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Loïc Bonneval. Les effets pervers du contrôle des loyers sur la mobilité résidentielle : une fausse évidence? (Lyon 1900-1968). Histoire et Mesure, EHESS, 2016, XXXI (1), pp.61-84. ⟨halshs-01458734⟩

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