21st century housing careers and Australia’s housing future

Posted on May 25, 2009. Filed under: Aged Care / Geriatrics | Tags: , |

21st century housing careers and Australia’s housing future 240 p.
authored by Andrew Beer and Debbie Faulkner
for the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, Southern Research Centre,  February 2009
AHURI Final Report No. 128
ISSN: 1834-7223 ISBN: 978-1-921610-02-8

Research Questions the report addresses:
“The National Research Venture (NRV) set out to answer the overarching question:
How are housing careers changing in Australia and what are the implications of change for government-provided housing assistance and housing policy?
The research specifically focused on the potential impact of shifts in household structure, changes in the labour market, fertility patterns, and attitudes to home ownership and government assistance. Within the overarching question, the Research Plan for NRV2 identified four broad-scale questions:
1.  What are the processes and events that will drive housing careers in Australia through the 21st century?
2.  What are the gaps in our knowledge of the current and anticipated housing careers of the Australian population and particular sub-groups of Australians?
3.  Is there a consensus on the most appropriate policy interventions to address shifting housing careers?
4. Can we place shifting housing careers within the context of a changing relationship between governments, housing markets and the provision of supports to individuals?”

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