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Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute

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AHURI

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Research report

06 Aug 2002

This report draws on the concept of locational disadvantage to evaluate three different housing assistance programs in relation to a whole of government response to major shifts in welfare provision, and with due consideration to current trends in social economic restructuring. The study...

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Research report

06 Aug 2002

Our view of the value of government-provided housing assistance tends to concentrate on the direct impacts of assistance - the impact of a rent subsidy, for example, on a household's housing costs and as an element of government outlays. But housing assistance also has positive effects, for...

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Research report

06 Aug 2002

This positioning paper outlines an AHURI research project which will examine the effects of urban economic change on the western region of Melbourne, focusing specifically on local labour and housing markets. The specific concern of the study will be how changes in the dynamics of labour and...

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Research report

27 Jun 2002

The Housing and Other Service Needs of Recently Arrived Immigrants is the final report of the Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Australia. The research found that recent immigrants made considerable use of government and other services, varying considerably by tenure, with home...

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Research report

11 Jun 2002

While there is a considerable body of research relating to housing, disability and care, there have been very few studies that have looked at policy linkages across all three areas and the combined impact of policies in meeting unmet need. Housing and Care for Younger and Older Adults with...

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Working paper

01 Jun 2002

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Context: The Commonwealth government pays rent assistance (RA) to income support recipients who rent in the private sector, to assist with their housing costs. It is paid directly to low income households, a type of assistance usually termed a demand or personal subsidy...

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29 May 2002

In New Approaches to Expanding the Supply of Affordable Housing in Australia: An Increasing Role for the Private Sector Mike Berry argues that reduced governments have been reducing their spending on social housing at a time when increasing economic inequality and insecurity and high...

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Research report

29 May 2002

In Sole Parents, Social Wellbeing and Housing Assistance Terry Burke and Kath Hulse compare the attitudes and circumstances of two sets of sole parent households: those in public housing and those receiving government rental assistance in the private market. The survey data showed that...

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Research report

01 Feb 2002

In Rural Housing, Regional Development and Policy Integration: An Evaluation of Alternative Policy Responses to Regional Disadvantage, Jean Hillier, Colleen Fisher and Matthew Tonts report on evidence which suggests that there is a link between suitable housing infrastructure and well-...

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Research report

01 Feb 2002

The final report from this project by Peter McDonald and Rosangela Merlo examined home ownership aspirations in 1997 and the extent to which they had been realised three years later.

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