The impact of the pandemic on the Australian rental sector
COVID-19 has radically changed the housing landscape - not only for tenants, but also for landlords, real estate agents, advocacy groups, and all levels of government. This research finds that it is likely that many of the negative impacts of the pandemic on the rental...
Improving Disability Employment Study (IDES): methods of data collection and characteristics of study sample
The Improving Disability Employment Study (IDES) is the first longitudinal survey to investigate perspectives on barriers and facilitators to work for Australians with disability accessing the Disability Employment Services (DES) program. The aim of this paper is to describe the survey development and data collection...
Improving Disability Employment Study (IDES): end of study report
This report documents key findings from the Improving Disability Employment Study (IDES) project. The project aimed to progress evidence on factors that promote sustainable and meaningful employment outcomes for people with disability who are participants in Disability Employment Services (DES).
Precarious housing and wellbeing: a multi-dimensional investigation
This research examines how the bi-directional relationship between housing precariousness and wellbeing varies across population subgroups and over time; sheds light on the dimensions of housing precariousness that affect wellbeing, and vice versa; and considers how policy interventions to effectively minimise negative impacts of precarious...
An Australian rental housing conditions research infrastructure
Each year the proportion of Australians who rent their home increases and, for the first time in generations, there are now as many renters as outright homeowners. This paper describes a new data infrastructure designed to capture the household and demographic characteristics, housing quality and...