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news 28th June 2021

Productivity of our large cities at risk from unaffordable housing and congestion

Economic growth and productivity in Australia’s largest capital cities appear to be slowing, with unaffordable housing and traffic congestion the main causes, according to new AHURI research. The report, ‘Relationships between metropolitan, satellite and regional city size, spatial context and economic productivity’ was undertaken by researchers from the University of Adelaide, Curtin University and the University of Glasgow (UK).

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news 28th June 2021

Productivity of our large cities at risk from unaffordable housing and congestion

Economic growth and productivity in Australia’s largest capital cities appear to be slowing, with unaffordable housing and traffic congestion the main causes, according to new AHURI research. The report, ‘Relationships between metropolitan, satellite and regional city size, spatial context and economic productivity’ was undertaken by researchers from the University of Adelaide, Curtin University and the University of Glasgow (UK).

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news 24th June 2021

New priority research project to examine COVID housing policy interventions

The COVID-19 pandemic and associated economic shocks had profound impacts on housing outcomes of many Australians and required rapid and large-scale interventions from different levels of government. The effectiveness of these interventions and the lessons to be learned are the focus of a newly funded AHURI priority research project.

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news 24th June 2021

New priority research project to examine COVID housing policy interventions

The research, ‘An evaluation of Australia’s COVID-19 pandemic housing policy responses’, is being led by Professor Chris Leishman, Director of the Centre for Housing, Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Adelaide and will evaluate Australian housing system interventions instigated since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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news 23rd June 2021

Dr Adam Crowe awarded 2021 AHURI Postdoctoral Fellowship

AHURI is very pleased to announce that Dr Adam Crowe of Curtin University, School of Accounting, Economics and Finance, has been awarded the 2021 AHURI Postdoctoral Fellowship to examine innovation in Australia’s private rental sector. The central aim of the research project is to identify and critically analyse innovative ways to improve tenure security within the private rental sector.

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