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  1. Modelling housing need in Australia to 2025

    Author(s): Steven Rowley; Chris Leishman; Emma Baker; Rebecca Bentley; Laurence Lester

    Description: This research developed a housing need simulation to quantify the need for affordable housing and identify the supply required to meet the demand for housing. This information is important for resource allocation, market monitoring, setting affordable housing targets, housing assistance budgeting and evidence for affordable housing contributions via planning policy.

    Type: research

    Rowley, S., Leishman, C., Baker, E., Bentley, R. and Lester, L. (2017) Modelling housing need in Australia to 2025, AHURI Final Report No. 287, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/287

  2. Australian demographic trends and implications for housing assistance programs

    Author(s): Gavin Wood; Melek Cigdem; Rachel Ong

    Description: The study forecasted future expenditure on housing assistance programs; the additional outlays on ISPs due to asset test concessions to home owners; and the aggregate value of home owner tax subsidies. These three housing subsidy components are estimated to increase from $25 billion in 2011 to $32.8 billion in 2031. This study also presented a secure lease scheme for low-income households who are eligible for public housing but currently live in private rental housing and require long term, stable housing. These households include the elderly, disabled, those suffering from long-term health conditions and families with children.

    Type: research

    Wood, G., Cigdem, M. and Ong, R. (2017) Australian demographic trends and implications for housing assistance programs, AHURI Final Report No. 286, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/286

  3. Inquiry into housing policies, labour force participation and economic growth

    Author(s): Rachel Ong; Gavin Wood; Stephen Whelan; Melek Cigdem; Kadir Atalay; Jago Dodson

    Description: This research Inquiry presented evidence on how housing policies might promote labour force participation and economic growth through four channels—housing supply responsiveness, labour mobility, employment decisions and consumption. It highlights repositioning housing to a more central place within economic policy debates, and suggests a coordinated policy treatment of housing as an economic asset has implications for nation-wide economic growth.

    Type: research

    Ong, R., Wood, G., Whelan, S., Cigdem, M., Atalay, K. and Dodson, J. (2017) Inquiry into housing policies, labour force participation and economic growth, AHURI Final Report No. 285, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/285

  4. Housing, multi-level governance and economic productivity

    Author(s): Jago Dodson; Ashton de Silva; Tony Dalton; Sarah Sinclair

    Description: This study investigated appropriate frameworks to better understand the way in which housing policy mechanisms contribute to economic productivity and growth. It reviewed the literature, key Federal Government policy statements and reports released over the past decade; analysed the mechanisms through which housing policy influences economic behaviour; and tested such frameworks to better comprehend these processes.

    Type: research

    Dodson, J., de Silva, A., Dalton, T. and Sinclair, S. (2017) Housing, multi-level governance and economic productivity, AHURI Final Report No. 284, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/284

  5. Housing and Indigenous disability: lived experiences of housing and community infrastructure

    Author(s): Elizabeth Grant; George Zillante; Amit Srivastava; Selina Tually; Alwin Chong

    Description: This study investigated the interconnections between housing, community infrastructure and quality of life for Indigenous people living with disability. It incorporated three case studies from Yalata and Point Pearce in South Australia and Greater Geelong in Victoria that revealed poor health and disability are major issues facing the Indigenous populations in these areas. The research highlights the need for specialist facilities for Indigenous people with disability designed and built in consultation with the local community and stakeholders, and that the NDIS understand and account for the challenges facing Indigenous people with disability.

    Type: research

    Grant, E., Zillante, G., Srivastava, A., Tually, S. and Chong, A. (2017) Housing and Indigenous disability: lived experiences of housing and community infrastructure, AHURI Final Report No. 283, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/283

  6. Housing prices, household debt and household consumption

    Author(s): Kadir Atalay; Stephen Whelan; Judith Yates

    Description: This research investigated the relationship between increasing housing prices (or housing wealth) and the increased consumption expenditure of households from before the GFC and afterwards. The analysis revealed that following the GFC, old and middle-aged households showing slightly lower consumption levels despite their houses increasing in price.

    Type: research

    Atalay, K., Whelan, S. and Yates, J. (2017) Housing prices, household debt and household consumption, AHURI Final Report No. 282, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/282

  7. Housing supply responsiveness in Australia: distribution, drivers and institutional settings

    Author(s): Rachel Ong; Tony Dalton; Nicole Gurran; Christopher Phelps; Steven Rowley; Gavin Wood

    Description: This study investigated the key drivers of Australian housing supply responsiveness; including price, topographical constraints, climate, existing land uses and planning regulations; and considered policy development options to improve the scale and speed of new housing supply responses. The key drivers of housing supply responsiveness were modelled to determine their relative influence.

    Type: research

    Ong, R., Dalton, T., Gurran, N., Phelps, C., Rowley, S. and Wood, G. (2017) Housing supply responsiveness in Australia: distribution, drivers and institutional settings, AHURI Final Report No. 281, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/281

  8. Housing tenure, mobility and labour market behaviour

    Author(s): Stephen Whelan; Sharon Parkinson

    Description: This study investigated the relationships between housing, housing markets and the labour market. It considered factors such as geographic mobility, reservation wages (i.e. the minimum wage that an unemployed individual can accept) and job search behaviours across a range of housing tenures.

    Type: research

    Whelan, S. and Parkinson, S. (2017) Housing tenure, mobility and labour market behaviour, AHURI Final Report No. 280, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/280

  9. Inquiry into funding and delivery of programs to reduce homelessness

    Author(s): Paul Flatau; Kaylene Zaretzky; kylie valentine; Sean McNelis; Angela Spinney; Lisa Wood; David MacKenzie; Daphne Habibis

    Description: This research investigated the funding and delivery of programs to reduce homelessness in Australia, providing the first comprehensive examination of the funding of Specialist Homelessness Services and other services assisting those experiencing homelessness. It found current levels of funding are below levels required to meet client demand, and that any additional funding sources supplement, not replace, government funding.

    Type: research

    Flatau, P., Zaretzky, K., valentine, k., McNelis, S., Spinney, A., Wood, L., MacKenzie, D. and Habibis, D. (2017) Inquiry into funding and delivery of programs to reduce homelessness, AHURI Final Report No. 279, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/279

  10. Developing the scale and capacity of Australia's affordable housing industry

    Author(s): Vivienne Milligan; Hal Pawson; Rhonda Phillips; Chris Martin

    Description: This study investigated the capacity constraints affecting Australia’s affordable housing industry, which is critical to addressing the housing needs of low-income Australians. Industry stability and growth relies on government policy continuity and directional clarity; subsidies being adequate, appropriate and assured; and the potential contribution of specialist institutions such as a financial intermediary to access to low-cost funds to support key industry requirements.

    Type: research

    Milligan, V., Pawson, H., Phillips, R. and Martin, C. with Elton Consulting (2017) Developing the scale and capacity of Australia's affordable housing industry, AHURI Final Report No. 278, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/278

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