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    Title: 臺北市非正式住宅之成因與對策
    Informal Housing in Taipei–Causes and Measures
    Authors: 趙家涓
    Chao, Chia-Chuan
    Contributors: 林子欽
    Lin, Tzu-Chin
    Chao, Chia-Chuan
    Keywords: 非正式住宅
    Illegal building
    Informal housing
    Public choice theory
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2020-03-02 11:24:12 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 違章建築多年來一直與雜亂無髒的建築印象、貧民窟、不文明象徵掛上等號。
    For many years, illegal buildings have been identified with cluttered, dirty, slums, or uncivilized symbols. But in many countries, social elites, middle class or students also live in those buildings. However, due to the social functions that the government provides incomplete or unreachable, many foreign papers do not classify them as “illegal buildings” but as “informal houses”. This study puts the informality in Taipei into an international discussion and analysis, and finds the same phenomenon in highly developed cities. The rapid population growth has a direct impact on housing supply, forcing people to start building or living in Informal buildings. More of them are concealed in legal construction, causing the government to fail to check even if there are public security concerns. Even, the regulations and literature in Taipei still call them “the illegal buildings”.
    Based on this, this study will classify the informal housing types in Taipei and other
    countries, and summarize the phenomenon of informal housing unique to developed countries, and explore the reasons for the implementation of the informal housing policy by the Taipei government from the public choice theory. In the study, the actors were divided into government departments, politicians and interest groups. The research found that the Taipei City Government has a certain attitude towards certain illegal buildings and allows them for minimum living activities but negates the possibility of legality in the future directly.
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    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0106257026
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU202000353
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