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Lyrian Daniel

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  1. Warm, cool and energy-affordable housing policy solutions for low-income renters

    Author(s): Lyrian Daniel; Trivess Moore; Emma Baker; Andrew Beer; Nicola Willand; Ralph Horne; Cathryn Hamilton

    Description: This research examined the incidence of energy hardship for Australian low income renters, and considered strategies and policy actions to reduce its impact on the lives of such households. Up to 40% of Australian households who rent their housing experience energy hardship. Energy hardship can include both absolute and relative measures of financial hardship, as well as circumstances where residents limit their energy use for normal daily activities.

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    Daniel, L., Moore, T., Baker, E., Beer, A., Willand, N., Horne, R. and Hamilton, C. (2020) Warm, cool and energy-affordable housing policy solutions for low-income renters, AHURI Final Report No. 338, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/338

  2. Social housing exit points, outcomes and future pathways: an administrative data analysis

    Author(s): Emma Baker; Chris Leishman; Rebecca Bentley; Ngoc Thien Anh Pham; Lyrian Daniel

    Description: Social housing is increasingly seen by governments and many tenants as just one part of tenants’ broader housing pathways (be it a safety net, stepping-stone, or springboard). This research provides a new national evidence-base on pathways into, within, and out of social housing tenancies to assist understanding of entry and exit patterns, and housing and non-housing outcomes.

    Type: research

    Baker, E., Leishman, C., Bentley, R., Pham, N.T.A. and Daniel, L. (2020) Social housing exit points, outcomes and future pathways: an administrative data analysis, AHURI Final Report No. 326, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/326