Housing consumption patterns and earnings behaviour of income support recipients over time

Seelig, Tim, Han, Jung Hoon, O'Flaherty, Martin, Short, Patricia, Haynes, Michele A., Baum, Scott William, Western, Mark C. and Jones, Andrew (2005) Housing consumption patterns and earnings behaviour of income support recipients over time Melbourne, Australia: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute

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Author Seelig, Tim
Han, Jung Hoon
O'Flaherty, Martin
Short, Patricia
Haynes, Michele A.
Baum, Scott William
Western, Mark C.
Jones, Andrew
Title of report Housing consumption patterns and earnings behaviour of income support recipients over time
Publication date 2005-10
ISBN 1920941851
Publisher Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute
Series AHURI Positioning Papers
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Start page 1
End page 63
Total pages 63
Language eng
Subjects 1608 Sociology
Abstract/Summary This study being conducted by the AHURI Queensland Research Centre is concerned with the 'housing pathways', earnings patterns, and 'life circumstances' of income support recipients. The research is based on analysis of longitudinal income support data from the Australian Government. The four main themes for the research concern: The housing arrangements and circumstances of income support recipients over time The relationships between changes in tenure and changes in incomes for these households or individuals; The relationship between changes in tenure and other changes in the characteristics or circumstances of income support recipients; and How the relationships and arrangements between housing and other factors vary by discrete groups of income support recipients
Keyword Housing pathways
Income support recipients
Additional Notes Positioning Paper No. 85 ISSN: 1834-9250

 
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