Visit Dr Julie Rugg's profile on the York Research Database to see a full list of publications and browse her research related activities.
Senior Research Fellow
Julie Rugg joined the Centre for Housing Policy in January 1993. Her principal areas of expertise include the private rented sector (PRS), housing assistance within the welfare system and qualitative analysis of housing behaviours. She is particularly interested in the ways the PRS functions as a ‘complex system’, and her work seeks to understand characteristics of rental sub-markets, the behaviours of tenants and landlords, the operation and impact of statutory agencies which aim to regulate the sector, the use made by the PRS of housing charities and the ways in which commercial enterprises frame opportunities within the rental sector.
Julie also has an interest in cemeteries and funeral practices, and further information can be found on the Cemetery Research Group pages.
- The private rented sector
- Housing assistance within the welfare system
- Landlord and tenant housing behaviours
- Cemetery research
Julie Rugg and Alison Wallace (forthcoming, 2021) Property Supply to the Lower End of the Private Rented Sector, York: Centre for Housing Policy.
Roz Spencer, Ben Reeve-Lewis, Julie Rugg and Eusebio Barata (2020) Journeys in the Shadow Private Rented Sector, York: Centre for Housing Policy.
Julie Rugg (2019) London Boroughs' Management of the Private Rented Sector.
Julie Rugg and David Rhodes (2018) The Evolving Private Rented Sector: Its Contribution and Potential, York: Centre for Housing Policy.
David Rhodes and Julie Rugg (2018) Vulnerability amongst Low-Income Households in the Private Rented Sector in England, York: Centre for Housing Policy.
Within the sphere of housing, Julie has a particular interest in: