Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
His primary areas of study are Economic growth, Public economics, Social sustainability, Urban density and Market economy. His study explores the link between Economic growth and topics such as Development economics that cross with problems in Income distribution. His Public economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Economic policy and Local authority.
His Social sustainability study frequently links to other fields, such as Sustainability organizations. Glen Bramley performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Sustainability organizations and Regional science via his papers. He has researched Market economy in several fields, including Natural resource economics, Subdivision, Public housing and Land-use planning.
His primary scientific interests are in Economic growth, Public economics, Poverty, Public administration and Environmental planning. His work in the fields of Public housing overlaps with other areas such as Technical report and Social sustainability. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Value, House price, Local planning and Renting.
His Poverty study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Development economics, Demographic economics, Welfare and Social exclusion. Glen Bramley is studying Local government, which is a component of Public administration. His work in Environmental planning addresses issues such as Affordable housing, which are connected to fields such as Urban planning.
Glen Bramley mostly deals with Poverty, Affordable housing, Economic growth, Public housing and Development economics. His study in Poverty is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Public economics, Demographic economics, Social exclusion, Welfare and Financial system. His work deals with themes such as Subdivision, Urban planning and Environmental planning, which intersect with Affordable housing.
Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Public sector and Economic growth. Glen Bramley interconnects Supply and demand, Production and Renting in the investigation of issues within Public housing. The concepts of his Development economics study are interwoven with issues in Critical realism and Urban poor.
His primary scientific interests are in Poverty, Development economics, Public administration, State and Context. Economic growth covers he research in Poverty. His Economic growth study frequently involves adjacent topics like Critical realism.
His Public administration research incorporates elements of Core and Foundation. His State research focuses on subjects like Political economy, which are linked to Welfare. His research integrates issues of Social relation and Social exclusion in his study of Welfare.
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The social dimension of sustainable development: Defining urban social sustainability
Nicola Dempsey;Glen Bramley;Sinéad Power;Caroline Brown.
Sustainable Development (2011)
Urban form and social sustainability: the role of density and housing type
Glen Bramley;Sinéad Power.
Environment and Planning B-planning & Design (2009)
The key to sustainable urban development in UK cities? The influence of density on social sustainability
N. Dempsey;C. Brown;G. Bramley.
Progress in Planning (2012)
Social Sustainability and Urban Form: Evidence from Five British Cities:
Glen Bramley;Nicola Dempsey;Sinead Power;Caroline Brown.
Environment and Planning A (2009)
The Cost of the Cuts: The Impact on Local Government and Poorer Communities
Annette Hastings;Nick Bailey;Glen Bramley;Maria Gannon.
The impact of land use planning and tax subsidies on the supply and price of housing in Britain
Urban Studies (1993)
Pathways into Multiple Exclusion Homelessness in Seven UK Cities
Suzanne Fitzpatrick;Glen Bramley;Sarah Johnsen.
Urban Studies (2013)
An affordability crisis in British housing: Dimensions, causes and policy impact
Housing Studies (1994)
Welfare Sanctions and Conditionality in the UK
Beth Watts;Suzanne Fitzpatrick;Glen Bramley;David Watkins.
Land-Use Planning and the Housing Market in Britain: The Impact on Housebuilding and House Prices:
Environment and Planning A (1993)
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