عنوان مقاله [English]
In the area of providing welfare services, the provision of adequate housing has always been a concern for governments. Because in the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the provision of this welfare service as one of the duties of the state is known. Undoubtedly, the arrival and presentation of this welfare service in Iran, after the Islamic Revolution, has been a downward spiral. Because welfare policies of housing are the product of the forces and structures as well as the economic, social and political conditions governing each period. Accordingly, the purpose of this paper is to analyze the role of governments in housing policies in Iran after the Islamic Revolution, using the theory of analyzing the policy of critique with a historical-analytical method. The information needed to analyze this situation is extracted in a documentary manner, from related programs and documents, from the time after the revolution to the end of the fifth development plan. The results of this analysis show that the policies of housing development in Iran after the revolution,
influenced by the discourse of the revolution in the interim government and the Mousavi government, have overcome the structural adjustment perspective affected by global conditions in the Hashemi government, prioritizing the market and The private sector in the Khatami government, the discourse on justice in the Ahmadinejad government, and the discourse on economic rationality in Rouhani's government, respectively, with the policies of redistribution of housing from the bottom, the release of the housing market, the empowerment and organization of informal settlements, the response to demand for housing Especially among low-income people with a housing plan and the procedural reform of Mehr housing plan with an emphasis on community housing. Has been considered.
Keywords: Government, Welfare Policy, Housing Policymaking, Islamic Revolution, Developmental Plans