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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 unique venture—a national independent research network with a professional not-for-profit research management company at its centre.

We fund, conduct, synthesise and disseminate high-quality research on housing, homelessness and related urban issues, including research specific to Indigenous Australians.
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Disadvantaged places in urban Australia: residential mobility, place attachment and social exclusion
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New Evidence-Based Policy Inquiries
The National Housing Research Program Funding Round 2015 introduces the Policy Development Research Model.
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Home Ownership Inquiry
AHURI's submission to the Inquiry into Home Ownership is now available.
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