Housing affordability, occupation and location in Australian cities and regions

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Author(s): Judith Yates; Bill Randolph; Darren Holloway
Description: Up until 2001 there was little direct evidence that housing affordability problems were heightening labour shortages, as low-income jobs moved to low cost suburbs, and those jobs in the inner city – such as hospitality or retail jobs – were filled by young people who were more likely to share housing costs in group households.
Citation: Yates, J., Randolph, B., Holloway, D. (2006) Housing affordability, occupation and location in Australian cities and regions, AHURI Final Report No. 91, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, http://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/91.
Date published: 01 Mar 2006
Publication type: Final Report 91
Project title: Housing affordability, occupation and location in Australian cities and regions (Project number: 60279)
Related publications: Are housing affordability problems creating labour shortages? (Research and Policy Bulletin)
Housing affordability, occupation and location in Australian cities and regions (Positioning Paper)
Published by: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited
ISSN: 1834-7223
ISBN: 1 920941 99 1