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FLYNN Lindsay

University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE) > Department of Social Sciences (DSOC) > Political Science

ORCID
0000-0003-0581-9966
Main Referenced Co-authors
BUSCICCHIO, Giulia  (2)
Dewilde, Caroline (2)
KOSTECKI, Sarah  (2)
MONTALBANO, Giuseppe  (2)
Paradowski, Piotr (2)
Main Referenced Keywords
housing policy (10); inequality (10); housing (8); housing inequality (5); housing wealth (3);
Main Referenced Unit & Research Centers
https://www.routledge.com/Bricks-in-the-Wall-The-Politics-of-Housing-in-Europe/Johnston-Kurzer/p/book/9780367743291 (1)
Main Referenced Disciplines
Political science, public administration & international relations (45)
Social & behavioral sciences, psychology: Multidisciplinary, general & others (8)
Sociology & social sciences (5)
Law, criminology & political science: Multidisciplinary, general & others (4)
Social work & social policy (4)

Publications (total 46)

The most downloaded
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FLYNN, L. (2022). The Pandemic Worsens Europe’s Housing Problems. Current History, 121 (833), 83-89. doi:10.1525/curh.2022.121.833.83 https://hdl.handle.net/10993/50456

The most cited

28 citations (Scopus®)

FLYNN, L., & Schwartz, H. M. (2017). No Exit: Social Reproduction in an Era of Rising Inequality. Politics and Society, 45 (4), 471-503. doi:10.1177/0032329217732314 https://hdl.handle.net/10993/46206

FLYNN, L. (2024). Interviewed for: Luxembourg before the elections: EU's richest country faces huge housing crisis and homelessness. Czechia: Czech Radio.

FLYNN, L. (2024). Interviewed for: Expensive housing in Luxembourg: A social explosive. Science.lu.

FLYNN, L. (29 November 2023). Moderator: Housing Policy Roundtable [Paper presentation]. Policies to Fight Inequality: Housing Policy and Wealth Inequality, Luxembourg.

FLYNN, L. (2023). Podcast Guest Speaker: Episode 4 - Housing Policy. Luxembourg: Research Luxembourg.

FLYNN, L. (28 November 2023). Housing Wealth and Young People [Paper presentation]. Housing Policy and Wealth Inequality Seminar, Luxembourg.

FLYNN, L., & MONTALBANO, G. (2023). Housing Regime Typologies and Their Discontents: A Systematic Literature Review. Housing, Theory and Society, 1-20. doi:10.1080/14036096.2023.2265370
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FLYNN, L. (2023). Interviewed for: Uni.lu Associate Professor Lindsay Flynn Discusses Housing Policy Research, Stakeholder Collaboration. Luxembourg: Chronicle.lu.

FLYNN, L. (03 October 2023). Event Organiser: Housing Day 2023: Where Practice and Research Meet [Paper presentation]. Housing Day 2023: Where Practice and Research Meet, Luxembourg.

FLYNN, L. (03 October 2023). Speaker: Housing Inequality and Public Policy in Europe [Paper presentation]. Housing Day 2023: Where Practice and Research Meet, Luxembourg.

FLYNN, L. (2023). Interviewed for: The austerity influencers of TikTok: ‘I wanted to share the things I have given up’. United Kingdom: The Guardian.

FLYNN, L., & KOSTECKI, S. (2023). Acquisition capital: using a new concept to explore housing outcomes among millennials in the United States. Housing Studies, 1-22. doi:10.1080/02673037.2023.2241841
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FLYNN, L. (2023). How do we talk about housing equality in an increasingly unequal Europe? Europe Now, (52).
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FLYNN, L., & BUSCICCHIO, G. (28 June 2023). When Benefits go Unused: Rental Subsidies and Take-up Barriers in an Era of Expensive Rents [Paper presentation]. Council for European Studies Annual Conference.
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FLYNN, L. (05 May 2023). The Many Faces of Housing Mobility [Paper presentation]. Megatrends 2050: Shaping the Future through Scientific Foresight, Luxembourg, Luxembourg.
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FLYNN, L. (17 April 2023). Ideas and Institutions: The Epistemology of the Institutional Analysis and Development Framework with a focus on Language, Information Framing, and Policy Analysis [Paper presentation]. Ostrom Workshop 50th Anniversary Colloquium, United States - Indiana.

FLYNN, L. (12 April 2023). Invited Speaker: What’s gender got to do with it? Housing, inequality, and the lived experience [Paper presentation]. Carleton College Distinguished Women Visitor, United States - Minnesota.

FLYNN, L. (2023). Invited Speaker: Linking Housing Theory and Practice [Paper presentation]. Community Event, Northfield, United States - Minnesota.

FLYNN, L. (22 March 2023). When Choice isn’t an Option: New Forms of Housing Inequality Across Income Groups [Paper presentation]. Urban change and housing market developments in Europe, Helsinki, Finland.

FLYNN, L., & KOSTECKI, S. (September 2022). Acquisition capital: using a new concept to explore microlevel determinants of housing outcomes among young Europeans” [Paper presentation]. European Network for Housing Research (ENHR) Annual Conference, Barcelona, Spain.
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FLYNN, L., & BUSCICCHIO, G. (September 2022). How does housing relate to social inequality? A scoping review of the impact of housing policies and housing market characteristics on social inequalities based on race, gender and age [Paper presentation]. European Network for Housing Research (ENHR) Annual Conference, Barcelona, Spain.
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FLYNN, L., & MONTALBANO, G. (September 2022). Are Housing Regimes Still Worthwhile? [Paper presentation]. European Network for Housing Research (ENHR) Annual Conference, barcelona, Spain.
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FLYNN, L. (2022). Interviewed for: Die Häuser im Garten. Luxembourg: Reporter.lu.

FLYNN, L. (2022). The Pandemic Worsens Europe’s Housing Problems. Current History, 121 (833), 83-89. doi:10.1525/curh.2022.121.833.83
Editorial reviewed

FLYNN, L., & Schwartz, H. M. (2022). Welfare States, Housing Markets and Millennials: Inhibited Transitions into Adulthood. In R. Ronald & R. Arundel (Eds.), Families, Housing and Property Wealth in a Neoliberal World (pp. 29-52). Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781003092117-2
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FLYNN, L. (2022). Introduction of the PROPEL Project [Paper presentation]. ENHR Homeownership and Globalization working group Workshop on ‘Late Homeownership’, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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FLYNN, L. (2022). What Can Varieties of Residential Capitalism Tell us about Inequality? [Paper presentation]. PSA Political Economy Seminar Series.

FLYNN, L. (2022). Invited Speaker: What can housing tell us about inequality? [Paper presentation]. Inaugural Lecture Series, Luxembourg.

FLYNN, L. (June 2021). Housing Inequality and the Role of Government: Can Housing Politics be to Blame? [Paper presentation]. Council for European Studies (CES) Annual Conference.
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FLYNN, L. (June 2021). How Can Research on Housing and Inequality Better Reflect Contemporary Housing Market Challenges? [Paper presentation]. Council for European Studies (CES) Annual Conference, Lisbon, Portugal.
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FLYNN, L. (May 2021). What can social experiments tell us about inequalities driven by the housing market? [Paper presentation]. Experimental designs in social policy research: strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.
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Puhala, K., FLYNN, L., Westfall, A., & Viveiros, S. (May 2021). Assessment in the Time of Covid [Paper presentation]. New England College Annual Higher Education Assessment ConferenceNew England College Annual Higher Education Assessment Conference, United States.
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Dewilde, C., & FLYNN, L. (May 2021). Post-crisis Developments in Young Adults’ Housing Wealth [Paper presentation]. Recent dynamics in homeownership and housing wealth workshop.
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Dewilde, C., & FLYNN, L. (2021). Post-crisis developments in young adults’ housing wealth. Journal of European Social Policy, 31 (5), 580-596. doi:10.1177/09589287211040443
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FLYNN, L. (2021). Guest Speaker on Podcast: Housing Matters episode 1 – Accessibility and Affordability. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Centre for Urban Studies of the University of Amsterdam.

FLYNN, L. (2021). Housing: The Underappreciated Policy Tool for Generational Equity [Paper presentation]. SEMILUX Seminar Series, Luxembourg.

FLYNN, L. (2021). The young and the restless: housing access in the critical years. In P. Kurzer & A. Johnston (Ed.), Bricks in the Wall The Politics of Housing in Europe (1, pp. 47-69). Routledge.
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FLYNN, L. (2020). Editorial. Intergenerational Justice Review, 6 (1), 3. doi:10.24357/igjr.6.1.793
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FLYNN, L. (Ed.). (2020). Housing crisis: How can we improve the situation for young people? Intergenerational Justice Review, 6 (1).
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FLYNN, L. (2020). The Young and the Restless : Housing Access in the Critical Years. West European Politics, 43 (2), 321-343. doi:10.1080/01402382.2019.1603679
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FLYNN, L. (2019). I’ll Just Stay Home: Employment Inequality among Parents. Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State, and Society, 26 (3), 394-418. doi:10.1093/sp/jxy023
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FLYNN, L. (2017). Delayed and Depressed: From Expensive Housing to Smaller Families. International Journal of Housing Policy, 17 (3), 374-395. doi:10.1080/14616718.2016.1241936
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FLYNN, L. (2017). Childcare Markets and Maternal Employment: A Typology. Journal of European Social Policy, 27 (3), 260-275. doi:10.1177/0958928716685689
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FLYNN, L., & Schwartz, H. M. (2017). No Exit: Social Reproduction in an Era of Rising Inequality. Politics and Society, 45 (4), 471-503. doi:10.1177/0032329217732314
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FLYNN, L., & Paradowski, P. (2017). Can Unequal Distributions of Wealth Influence Vote Choice? A Comparative Study of Germany, Sweden and the United States. In D. K. Jesuit & R. A. Williams (Eds.), Public Policy, Governance and Polarization: Making Governance Work (pp. 60-84). Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781315560342
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Paradowski, P., & FLYNN, L. (2015). Wealth Distribution and Individual Voting Preferences: A Comparative Perspective. ORBilu-University of Luxembourg. https://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/58393.

FLYNN, L. (2013). Housing Costs and Family Formation: Empirical Evidence. (LIS Working Paper Series No. 585). ORBilu-University of Luxembourg. https://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/58398.

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