Improving access to social housing: Paradigms, principles and reforms

Hulse, Kath, Phillips, Rhonda and Burke, Terry (2007) Improving access to social housing: Paradigms, principles and reforms Australia: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute


Author Hulse, Kath
Phillips, Rhonda
Burke, Terry
Title of report Improving access to social housing: Paradigms, principles and reforms
Parent publication Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute
Publication date 2007
ISBN 1921201983
Publisher Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute
Series AHURI Final Reports; No.097
Place of publication Australia
Start page 1
End page 106
Total pages 106
Language eng
Subjects 160512 Social Policy
1699 Other Studies in Human Society
Abstract/Summary The research concludes that 'common housing registers', 'choice-based lettings' and 'local allocations policies' represent different paradigms of social housing reform (welfarist, consumer choice, sustaining communities). Despite their widespread introduction overseas only the outcomes of choice based lettings are known and these are positive.
Keyword Housing - Australia
Housing registers
Social & economic conditions
Additional Notes Project Name: Improving access to social housing: common housing registers and other potential reforms

 
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