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Type: Journal article
Title: Social housing exit points, outcomes and future pathways: an administrative data analysis
Author: Baker, E.L.
Leishman, C.
Bentley, R.
Pham, N.
Daniel, L.
Citation: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Final Report Series, 2020; 326(326):i-vii, 1-40
Publisher: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute
Issue Date: 2020
ISSN: 1834-7223
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Emma Baker, Chris Leishman, Rebecca Bentley, Ngoc Thien Anh Pham, Lyrian Daniel
Abstract: The research provides new national evidence on social housing pathways using longitudinal and linked national data. · The ‘success’ of a social housing pathway should be judged on relative, rather than definitive terms. · Most Australian social housing pathways are stable or involve entry into social housing with subsequent stability. · Some pathways are considered transitory, involving multiple moves and changes between tenures. · Transitory pathways are associated with more time in receipt of income support and more residential instability. Correspondingly, people with stable social housing pathways spent less time in receipt of income assistance (and were more residentially stable).
Keywords: Social housing; longitudinal; administrative data; HILDA; PIA; pathways
Rights: © Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited 2020 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, see
DOI: 10.18408/ahuri-3119901
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