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Type: Journal article
Title: Urban social housing pathways: a linked administrative data analysis
Author: Baker, E.
Pham, A.
Leishman, C.
Daniel, L.
Bentley, R.
Citation: Urban Policy and Research, 2021; 39(1):1-15
Publisher: Informa UK
Issue Date: 2021
ISSN: 0811-1146
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Emma Baker, Anh Pham, Chris Leishman, Lyrian Daniel and Rebecca Bentley
Abstract: This paper presents a national analysis of urban housing pathways. Focussing on the social housing sector, we follow social housing tenants as they move into, out of, and remain in, the sector over 15 years. Utilising a linked actuarial dataset, the paper reveals a typology of pathways, and examines the relationship between housing pathways and the receipt of broader government welfare. We find that not only is there no one social housing pathway in Australia; at different times in a household’s housing career, social housing may be used by them as a momentary stepping-stone, a safety net, or a springboard.
Keywords: Urban; housing; social housing; pathways; linked- Administrative data; longitudinal
Rights: © 2020 Editorial Board, Urban Policy and Research
DOI: 10.1080/08111146.2020.1838894
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