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Evidence Review

A series of short online articles that link AHURI research findings to contemporary debates, media discussions and community concerns.
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Economics and modelling

Housing makes a significant contribution to the Australian economy.
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Health, ageing and disability

In the context of an ageing population, AHURI researchers have made a significant contribution...
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Home ownership

Home ownership is the most common and most desired form of housing in Australia.
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Homelessness and housing

Examines the needs of those in housing crisis or at immediate risk of becoming homeless...
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Housing affordability

How can housing assistance and other policy levers increase the supply of affordable housing...
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Indigenous housing

AHURI researchers have developed a substantial body of research into housing issues...
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Private rental

Examines the needs of those in housing crisis or at immediate risk of becoming homeless...
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Public and community housing

Public and community housing is rental housing which is owned and operated by State Housing Authorities and not-for-profit housing providers respectively.
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Social wellbeing

AHURI research has examined the relationship between housing and social wellbeing through concepts like social exclusion/inclusion, social cohesion and social connectedness.
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Urban planning and development

Urban planning can have a significant influence on the type, location and affordability of housing.

Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute

About AHURI

The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) is a national not-for-profit independent network organisation. 

We fund, conduct, tailor and disseminate high quality research on housing, homelessness and related urban issues, including research specific to Indigenous Australians.

Our work informs the policies and practices of governments and industry, and stimulates debate in the broader Australian community.
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New AHURI research reports

The cost and net benefit of homelessness programs 
Research and Policy Bulletin

The spatial dynamics of homelessness in Australia 2001–2011 
Final Report 

Marginal rental housing—what is it, and how should it be managed? 
Research and Policy Bulletin

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About research reports
Typically, AHURI funded projects result in three research reports: Positioning Papers, Final Reports and Research and Policy Bulletins.
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AHURI resources

A collection of useful documents produced by AHURI.
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Adelaide event materials

Browse presentations, audio and videos from our Adelaide event, Housing affordability: keeping a home on a low-income.
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AHURI can provide accurate, timely and rigorous analysis of existing research to inform policy development. To find out more, contact Dr Michael Fotheringham.

 

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