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This report draws out key trends and factors of growth and competitiveness, and identifies some major dilemmas for policymakers.
Ratings tools have emerged to help classify the 'greenness' of a building. These ratings tools assess the energy use or environmental impact of the building and the rating is then used to communicate the building's predicted environmental performance to target owners and tenants. This paper...
This report compares cross-sectional and longitudinal joblessness rates and finds that, for some types of household - especially lone parent and lone person households - joblessness is persistent. However, for other types of household (especially couple households), joblessness is usually a transient or short term...
This report examines what the currently available literature has to say in relation to the following three questions:
1. What are the financial costs and benefits to individuals and governments of using private housing as the home base for the provision of care services...
his positioning paper explores the implications of loss of a partner for private renters aged 50 years and over. It focuses on renters rather than owners as the housing circumstances of renters are considered more susceptible to financial stress and uncertainty.
This Research Note examines the three major measures of home loan affordability in Australia and their limitations. The Note also looks at the trend in home loan affordability over the past 20 years and shows how the sensitivity of home loan affordability to interest rate...
Males continue to outnumber females in the Northern Territory according to the latest snapshot of the Territory and its regions. This report presents selected statistics that demonstrate the regional diversity of the Northern Territory (NT).
It brings together selected economic, social, population and...
Over the past thirty years, private investment in the provision of social and affordable housing has increased significantly in the United Kingdom. The reverse is true in Australia, according to this AHURI Research & Policy Bulletin.