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Housing affordability and the economy: a review of labour market impacts and policy issues

29 Aug 2006
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This report focuses on the issue of (mis)match between labour and housing markets in large, globally connected cities in the current era of globalisation. Inevitably, attention in the Australian context is directed towards Sydney and Melbourne. Author Mike Berry draws on the urban analyses of theorists like Sassen, Fainstein and Marcuse who see the processes of globalisation impacting very unevenly across and within countries and who point to the primary role of particular cities and within them, particular regions, as the locus of dynamic economic growth.

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2006
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