2018 年 2018 巻 103 号 p. 126-131
In Japan, income disparity is expanding, and the population is continuing to age. Therefore, it is an important policy challenge to secure housing for low-income elderly people whose population is likely to increase in the future. We analyzed the influence of the accumulation of wealthy residents and public housing estates clusters on rent as foundational information when considering the supply and arrangement of housing for low-income people. Analysis results indicate that there are many cases in which the accumulation of wealthy residents has an upward influence on rents, while the accumulation of public housing estates clusters has a downward influence on rents.