Affordability, access and homelessness
The housing cluster is one of Institute’s core areas of expertise. The Institute has a strong working relationship with Government and service delivery providers through a suite of projects examining social housing, Indigenous housing and homelessness.
A particular focus of the cluster is to understand the causes of homelessness and to evaluate homelessness services and the effectiveness of service delivery by governments and agencies. A key feature of this cluster is its multi-methods approach; utilising qualitative methods to examine and understand experiences and personal histories, and quantitative methods to investigate general trends and make sense of large-scale complex processes and patterns.
Below is a list of research projects associated with this cluster.
This project investigated the usefulness of regulatory frameworks for the ‘not for profit’ housing sector in Australia. It reviewed the potential advantages and disadvantages of regulation in the light of the criticisms made of burdensome and ineffective regulation in the UK. It also... Read more