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AHURI research

Review the AHURI catalogue of reports and new research underway

Over 15 years AHURI has published more than 700 research reports and papers on a diverse range of issues across the housing, homelessness and urban sectors, and our commitment to enhancing the evidence-base on priority policy issues continues through our ongoing research.

Research library

A catalogue of AHURI's principal research reports

Browse the list of AHURI reports in chronological order, filter by date range, and author.

COVID-19 Research Agenda

AHURI News

26 May 2020

The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) is pleased to announce the COVID-19 Research Agenda — eight priority research projects that will help governments at all levels make the best housing policy decisions during and following the coronavirus pandemic.

Key research themes

Browse reports by one of the 11 themes

View our extensive library of housing research and reports covering 11 key research themes, including financing social and affordable housing, indigenous housing, housing assistance and social policy, home ownership, private rental market, homelessness, tax and housing policy and more.

Research in progress

AHURI Inquiries and Research Projects

View our current AHURI Inquiries and Research Projects, investigating national housing reform priorities and themes around social policy, housing affordability, disability, housing assistance, Indigenous housing, the private rental market and more.

National Housing Research Program

Building an evidence-base of practical applied research

AHURI's National Housing Research Program funds the development of a wide range of high quality housing research and reports.

Trajectories

An AHURI and Mind Australia project

Trajectories: the interplay between mental health and housing pathways

Author listing

Browse a list of AHURI researchers and their publications

An alphabetical listing of AHURI researchers showing the publications for each author. New authors are added with each new research report published.