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Housing forms a large part of the Australian economy and is an integral part of people’s wellbeing. In addition to serving a basic human need for physical shelter, contributing to physical and psychological health and emotional security, it is a key determinant of people’s wealth...
Population growth has been the subject of much public discussion in recent times. However, widespread misconceptions about the pace, characteristics and implications of population growth means that much of this debate has not been as well informed by the facts as the topic...
• In August 2003, the Treasurer asked the Productivity Commission to conduct a public inquiry into the affordability of housing for first home buyers.
• The backdrop: – since 1996, house prices had more than doubled; 80% up in real terms (half of which...