International research partners - National Housing Research Program
AHURI has formal agreements with the following international research organisations and associations, with whom we encourage AHURI housing researchers to explore collaborative and comparative research activities.
Centre for Housing Policy, The University of York, United Kingdom
The Centre for Housing Policy (CHP) is one of Europe's leading centres for housing and social policy research. Their researchers have expertise across the full range of housing issues, and skills from analysis of large scale data sets to interviewing vulnerable people.
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) research departments focus on language, culture, communications, society, government, public administration, social policy and human service intervention. This partnership will include collaborating on an international comparative analysis examining young people’s housing careers.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation, United Kingdom
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) has established a Housing Market Taskforce which is focusing on what longer term measures, including policy approaches, might promote a more stable housing market cycle.
In Australia, Professor Mike Berry from the AHURI Research Centre—RMIT University, has completed a comparative analysis on socially sustainable housing systems (more information...), with the UK component funded by JRF.
OTB Research Institute for the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
OTB and AHURI share a common interest in housing and urban research, policy development and evaluation. Each institute provides a strategic platform in their respective nations and regions—Western Europe and Australasia—and aim to further the internationalisation of their research expertise.
Dr Julie Lawson, who is based with OTB, has completed several projects for AHURI (more information...).
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
The University of Hong Kong and AHURI have complementary interests in housing and urban research, policy contribution and evaluation.