Understanding the spatial impacts of direct and indirect government housing expenditure

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Author(s): Lucy Groenhart
Description: This report is one of a series drawing on a major AHURI project on 'Addressing spatial concentrations of social disadvantage'. The project aims to develop an improved understanding of the spatial impacts of policies related to housing, both in terms of how they act to accentuate and encourage market-led dynamics, but also where they seek to mitigate the negative effects of market operation.
Citation: Groenhart, L. (2014) Understanding the spatial impacts of direct and indirect government housing expenditure, AHURI Final Report No. 234, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/234.
Date published: 20 Nov 2014
Publication type: Final Report 234
Project title: Addressing spatial concentrations of social disadvantage (Project number: MYRP704)
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Addressing concentrations of disadvantage—Auburn case study report (Research Paper)
Disadvantaged places in urban Australia: residential mobility, place attachment and social exclusion (Final Report)
Addressing concentrations of disadvantage—Logan Central/Logan City case study report (Research Paper)
Addressing concentrations of disadvantage—Springvale case study report (Research Paper)
Addressing concentrations of disadvantage—Emerton/Mount Druitt case study report (Research Paper)
Spatial disadvantage: why is Australia different? (Research Paper)
Addressing concentrations of disadvantage—Russell Island case study report (Research Paper)
Addressing concentrations of disadvantage: policy, practice and literature review (Final Report)
Housing markets and socio-spatial disadvantage: an Australian perspective (Research Paper)
Living with place disadvantage: community, practice and policy (Final Report)
Published by: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited
ISSN: 1834-7223
ISBN: 978-1-922075-67-3
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