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This paper examines the complexities involved in "enabling" the provision of housing in developing countries. In conventional thinking the enabling strategy focuses on the ability of the private sector, specifically the "markets," to deliver housing. Enabling has been promoted as consisting of, primarily, decentralization, privatization, deregulation and demand-driven development. The focus of the policy prescriptions is to reduce the "damaging" involvement of the State. This paper presentsdoi:10.1080/02673030120090548 fatcat:hoskxalbv5bfbfva4o6r5oovfy