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No. 229: Social housing exits: incidence, motivations and consequences

This project explored the factors influencing tenant choices to remain in or depart from public housing. The research found that a small but significant cohort of social housing tenants who are in paid employment and pay full market rent, would consider exiting the sector at their own initiative to become home owners, but not private renters.

Project name Social housing exits: analysing incidence, motivations and consequences
ISBN / ISSN 978-1-922075-62-8
File Details 1.7 MB PDF Document
Final Report Tue 30 Sep 2014 Ilan Wiesel, Hal Pawson, Wendy Stone, Shanaka Herath, Sean McNeli
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No. 228: Living with place disadvantage: community, practice and policy

This report is one of a series drawing on an AHURI Multi-Year Research Project on addressing concentrations of disadvantage in Australia’s major cities. The project’s overall aim was to develop a more sophisticated understanding of how disadvantage is shifting across the urban landscape; what role housing markets and systems play in this process; and how policy-makers and communities might better respond to the forms of disadvantage that ensue. Conceptually, the project sought to advance previous understandings of spatially concentrated disadvantage as manifested in Australia.

Project name Addressing spatial concentrations of social disadvantage
ISBN / ISSN 978-1-922075-61-1
File Details 1.4 MB PDF Document
Final Report Fri 26 Sep 2014 Lynda Cheshire, Hal Pawson, Hazel Easthope, Wendy Stone
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Issue 178: The cost and net benefit of homelessness programs

This Research and Policy Bulletin provides details of the key findings and policy implications from the completed AHURI research project The cost of homelessness and the net cost of homelessness programs: a national study.

Project name The cost of homelessness and the net cost of homelessness programs: a national study
ISBN / ISSN 1445-3428
File Details 409 KB PDF Document
Research and Policy Bulletin Wed 17 Sep 2014 Kaylene Zaretzky, Paul Flatau