A New Look at the Channels from Housing to Employment Decisions: Inquiry Into Housing Policies, Labour Force Participation and Economic Growth
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This report investigates the role and impact of housing wealth, housing debt, and housing assistance on peoples employment decisions.
Cigdem, M. and Ong, R. and Wood, G. 2017. A New Look at the Channels from Housing to Employment Decisions: Inquiry Into Housing Policies, Labour Force Participation and Economic Growth. AHURI Final Report. Australia: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited Melbourne, Australia.
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