This work studies the differences in duration of access to social housing among European households and non-European households from the housing survey (INSEE, Paris, 2006). The idea here is to highlight a possible discrimination against non-European households. We show that non-European households, all other things being equal, longer access times. Decomposition methods adapted possible to show that a significant part of this difference may be due to discrimination.
social housing; duration of access; social criteria; immigrants; discrimination;
- D12: Consumer Economics: Empirical Analysis
- H31: Household
- R20: General
Liliane Bonnal, Rachid Boumahdi, and Pascal Favard, “Inégalités d’accès au logement social : peut on parler de discrimination”, Économie et Statistique, April 2014, pp. 15–33.
Économie et Statistique, April 2014, pp. 15–33