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Laura Crommelin

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  1. The potential of new technologies to disrupt housing policy

    Author(s): Chris Pettit; Laura Crommelin; Andrea Sharam; Kath Hulse

    Description: This study examined disruptive digital technologies, investigating their potential for reshaping housing markets and reconfiguring housing policy. It provides housing policy makers and practitioners with a nuanced understanding of how technology is already restructuring housing markets and affecting housing assistance programs, as well as insights into likely future developments.

    Type: research

    Pettit, C., Crommelin, L., Sharam, A. and Hulse, K. (2018) The potential of new technologies to disrupt housing policy, AHURI Final Report No. 308, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/308

  2. Technological disruption in private housing markets: the case of Airbnb

    Author(s): Laura Crommelin; Laurence Troy; Chris Martin; Sharon Parkinson

    Description: This study looks at how short term letting (STL) platforms like Airbnb, HomeAway and Booking.com are reshaping housing opportunity in private markets. It analysed Airbnb listing data from Sydney and Melbourne to reveal insights into the extent STL is contributing to housing affordability issues and to highlight the most effective responses available to regulators.

    Type: research

    Crommelin, L., Troy, L., Martin, C. and Parkinson, S. (2018) Technological disruption in private housing markets: the case of Airbnb, AHURI Final Report No. 305, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/305

  3. Is deteriorating housing affordability reducing lower income central city worker supply and productivity?

    Author(s): Ryan van den Nouwelant; Laura Crommelin; Shanaka Herath; Bill Randolph

    Description: The study examines whether the diminishing supply of affordable housing options for lower income central city workers is having an impact on central city businesses and on the overall productivity of those economies.

    Type: Other

    van den Nouwelant, R., Crommelin, L., Herath, S. and Randolph, B. (2016) Is deteriorating housing affordability reducing lower income central city worker supply and productivity?, AHURI Research and Policy Bulletin No. 210, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/research-and-policy-bulletins/210

  4. Housing affordability, central city economic productivity and the lower income labour market

    Author(s): Ryan van den Nouwelant; Laura Crommelin; Shanaka Herath; Bill Randolph

    Description: This research found that Australian low income workers who work in the central city have to travel greater distances to get to work and are more likely to make a number of housing related compromises, such as living in a smaller dwelling, sharing with unrelated adults, or renting rather than buying. However, the effects of the housing challenges faced by low income central city workers are not currently registering on productivity and economic growth measurements in Australian cities.

    Type: research

    van den Nouwelant, R., Crommelin, L., Herath, S. and Randolph, B. (2016) Housing affordability, central city economic productivity and the lower income labour market, AHURI Final Report No. 261, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/261