Housing implications of economic, social, and spatial change - key issues

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Author(s): Joe Flood; Emma Baker
Description: This positioning paper provides a short summary of a series of topics relating to the broader economic and social context of changes in housing tenure. These are: 1)change in the global and local economic situation; 2)expansion of money supply leading to a rapid increase in house prices and record household debt; 3)debt and financial market instability; 4)changes in tenure in Australia; 5) determinants of tenure choice and housing careers; 6)tenure neutrality; 7)changes in international policies relating to home ownership; 8)fast and slow processes of demand and supply; 9)rent gradients and changes in urban form and density.
Citation: Flood, J., Baker, E. (2009) Housing implications of economic, social, and spatial change - key issues, AHURI Positioning Paper No. 116, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/position-papers/116.
Date published: 20 Apr 2009
Publication type: Positioning Paper 116
Project title: Housing implications of social, spatial and structural change. (Project number: 40503)
Project reports: Housing implications of economic, social, and spatial change (Final Report)
Australia's changing patterns of home ownership (Research and Policy Bulletin)
Published by: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited
ISSN: 1834-9250
ISBN: 978-1-921610-08-0
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