Inquiry into increasing affordable housing supply: Evidence-based principles and strategies for Australian policy and practice
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Australia’s housing system is failing to deliver a sufficient supply of affordable homes and wider affordability pressures are affecting household wellbeing. A national strategic framework is needed to address these failures. By integrating and enhancing the public subsidies, financial settings, policy levers and programs that exist across the three levels of government, a national framework for housing will drive outcomes across the continuum of housing needs and help deliver long-term growth of affordable housing supply.
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Wood, Gavin; Ong, Rachel; Cigdem, M. (2014)EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This is the first report of a project that explores the duration of housing affordability stress (HAS) in Australia. It updates research findings previously reported by Wood and Ong (2009), which tracked ...
Wood, G.; Ong, Rachel; Cigdem, M. (2015)The models presented in this chapter yield some important findings that are largely in line with Wood and Ong's (2009) earlier findings. However, the current models extend over a longer timeframe and thus uncover some ...
Wood, Gavin; Ong, Rachel (2009)This paper investigates the dynamics of housing affordability in Australia over the period 2001-06 using waves 1 to 6 of the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia Survey. We utilise a discrete time hazard ...