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Sean McNelis

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Sean McNelis

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0000-0002-5122-5969
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6506681874
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Swinburne University of Technology
Centre for Urban Transitions (CUT)
Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute

Sean has been at Swinburne University of Technology since 2002. In this time he has worked as a research fellow and part-time housing researcher and, also completed his doctorate. He has undertaken a range of research projects for the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI), for local government and for other organisations. He is the manager of the Housing in Victoria website, an interactive website which provides data on housing and housing affordability at different geographical levels.

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Research report

28 Apr 2017

This AHURI Inquiry into the funding and delivery of programs to reduce homelessness in Australia provides the first comprehensive examination and assessment of the funding of Specialist Homelessness Services (SHSs) and other services assisting those experiencing homelessness.

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Research report

14 Feb 2017

This report forms part of an AHURI Inquiry into the funding and delivery of programs to reduce homelessness. It provides evidence from case studies of homelessness services into how services supporting those experiencing homelessness are funded, and how different forms and levels of funding...

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Research report

16 Dec 2016

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  • The impact of mixed funding sources on homelessness support for Indigenous Australians forms one part of the research program in the AHURI Inquiry into the funding of homelessness services in Australia, which aims to understand the mix of
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Research report

30 Sep 2014

Explores the factors influencing tenant choices to remain in or depart from public housing.

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Falling tenancy turnover rates over the last decade have resulted in declining vacancies available to applicants in high need. To address this...

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Discussion paper

01 Jun 2009

The aim of this project is to develop a set of good practices for strategic asset management which will assist State Housing Authorities (SHAs) as they seek to improve housing outcomes for public tenants and extend the life of their housing stock by maintaining its viability and relevance....

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Audio program

18 May 2009

This briefing presents the first comprehensive and comparative review of public housing rent policies in Australia and seven overseas countries,

New Zealand, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, Sweden and the Netherlands....

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Research report

14 Apr 2009

This study indicates that the binary of choosing to invest in property, rather than some other area of investment is, in practice, misleading: most of the

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Research report

11 Sep 2008

This report identifies emerging policy and management issues for public housing providers and for Commonwealth and state/territory governments as older people in public housing seek to age in place.At the 2001 Census, 102,735 older persons (aged 65 years or more) were housed in 87,940 public...

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Research report

01 Dec 2005

Sean McNelis argues that financial crises are endemic to Australian public housing and that public housing managers cannot trade-off affordability for financial viability. He concludes his analysis by proposing a solution to the current financial crisis.

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Research report

13 Aug 2004

There is an emerging crisis within housing for older persons, a crisis which will primarily affect older renters but would also include some owner-occupiers with very low valued houses. Sean McNelis looks at the role of independent living units in the future of aged housing.

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