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The costs associated with an ageing population in Australia are putting increasing pressure on the fiscal resources of the government. This pressure will intensify as the proportion of elderly doubles over the next few decades. Under this increasing fiscal pressure, the government will be increasingly...
In this paper Ann Harding, Ben Phillips and Simon Kelly found examine trends in housing stress between 1998 and 2004, using specially created versions of NATSEM's STINMOD model. For the latter year, NATSEM was required to update the ABS 1999-00 and 2000-01 Surveys of Income...
As well as reviewing the results and implications of the housing unaffordability estimates for New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria and the ACT, Elizabeth Taylor, Rachel Lloyd, Marcus Blake and Ann Harding provide a general overview of the scope of the linkage project, and the methodological...
In the 1960s and 1970s Australians were big believers in having a nest egg of savings set away for a rainy day. Since then times have changed.
In the ninth AMP/NATSEM Income and Wealth Report, Ann Harding, Simon Kelly and Rebecca Cassells investigate Australians'...
Does housing stress vary greatly between areas? What is a typical profile of a household in housing stress? These are the types of questions answered in this paper, which presents estimates of housing stress for local areas in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and the...
This paper presents estimates of housing stress for Statistical Local Areas (SLA) in Victoria, Queensland and the ACT in 2005.
Commissioned by the ACT Council of Social Service, this report provides up-to-date data on the characteristics of low-income households in the ACT.
This study compares work-life labour income of Indigenous and average Australians and assesses potential impact of bridging mortality gaps on their work-life earning gaps using a life-table model which took account of the survival, employment and income trajectories from 25 to 64 years....
This study has examined the factors that contribute to homelessness in Australia; identified some indicators that are associated with these risk factors; and then used these indicators to identify a ‘risk of homelessness’ index. This index can then be used to...
In this policy note, and for the first time, levels of housing stress, poverty and income inequality have been modelled on the new Federal Electorate boundaries.