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Discussion paper

14 Mar 2017

This discussion paper reviews the major themes in policy, public debate and the published literature on the role of local governments in the housing sphere in Australia in the 21st Century.

It has been produced as one output associated with the Australian Research Council’s Linkage...

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Conference proceedings

31 Dec 2016

Rural producers, natural resource managers and conservation managers face a constantly changing set of climatic and human influences. Traditional land production systems and environmental management are under pressure. New approaches to production and natural resource management are required in...

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Submission

10 Apr 2015

Introduction

Researchers working on regional development in Victorian universities have collaborated for more than a decade. Working under the auspices of the Victorian Universities Regional Research Network (VURRN), a number of shared events and projects have been...

Research report

13 Sep 2013

This report is the first output from this project and presents the findings from the initial stages of the investigation. Later reports will present a fuller picture as the outputs of additional stages of analysis are presented.

There is a growing consensus in the community around the...

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Research report

25 Sep 2012

This discussion paper explores the dimensions of models that define working relationships between council Mayors and members of local government.

The working relationship between the Mayor as the leader of the council and the chief executive officer (CEO) leading the council...

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Conference paper

30 Nov 2007

This paper will explore the impacts of multiple home ownership and use of multiple residences on cities and regions in affluent societies. Trends of increasing affluence and mobility expose the shortcomings of conventional planning methods based on measures such as ‘usual’ residence. The paper...