COHOUSING

Palabras clave

Cohousing, economías comunitarias, vivienda comunitaria

Resumen

El artículo, busca responder desde otra visión a una de las necesidades insatisfechas de la sociedad en Colombia, el problema de acceso a la vivienda. Así, se presenta una revisión actualizada sobre el modelo de vivienda comunitaria denominado cohousing, describiéndose los principios generales del modelo y sus implicaciones económicas sobre el individuo y la comunidad que se forma, a partir de este modelo de vivienda comunitaria. Se presenta, el alcance microeconómico de estas comunidades y por último, se analiza el cohousing desde el marco institucional de los derechos de propiedad y como un fenómeno de interacción social, en el cual se generan beneficios comunales, económicos y ambientales.

https://doi.org/10.18270/cuaderlam.v14i27.2653

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