Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/103034
Type: Journal article
Title: Smart cities wouldn’t let housing costs drive the worse-off into deeper disadvantage
Author: Baker, E.L.
Beer, A.
Bentley, R.
Citation: The Conversation : academic rigour, journalistic flair, 2016; Available online June 21, 2016
Publisher: The Conversation Media Group
Issue Date: 2016
Statement of
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Emma Baker, Andrew Beer, Rebecca Bentley
Keywords: Cities; Public transport; Gough Whitlam; Malcolm Turnbull; Affordable housing; Smart cities; Cities & Policy; smart cities plan
Description: Scholarly article published online. Article describing new peer reviewed research on housing affordability and home owner and rental mobility. Contributes a policy reflection on the process by which Australian cities are being shaped by the housing affordably crisis.
Rights: Copyright © 2016 the Author(s). This publication is available under a Creative Commons Attribution NoDerrivatives licence (CC BY-ND 4.0).
RMID: 0030059188
Published version: https://theconversation.com/smart-cities-wouldnt-let-housing-costs-drive-the-worse-off-into-deeper-disadvantage-61213
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