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Report
Description

This study investigated the potential of using the Department of Social Services DOMINO (Data Over Multiple Individual Occurrences) dataset as a fine-grained, within-year data resource for housing research, and in particular explores the capacity of the DOMINO dataset to yield new insights into patterns of CRA (Commonwealth Rent Assistance).

Key points:

  • This exploratory data project investigates the potential of the DSS DOMINO dataset to support housing research and policy development.
  • The key difference is that DOMINO is mainly comprised of flow data which gives within year income volatility data rather than stock data which gives a single annual, or point-in-time income and labour force status data.
  • Demand for Commonwealth Rental Assistance (CRA) is far higher than commonly understood and there is a significant churn of individuals who receive CRA.
Publication Details
DOI:
10.18408/ahuri5321801
ISBN:
978-1-922498-18-2
License type:
CC BY-NC
Access Rights Type:
open
Series:
AHURI Final Report 351