The Australian housing conditions dataset - technical report

Baker, E, Daniel, L, Bentley, R, Pawson, H, Stone, W, Rajagopalan, P, Hulse, K, Beer, A, London, K, Zillante, G and Randolph, B 2018, The Australian housing conditions dataset - technical report, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia


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Title of report The Australian housing conditions dataset - technical report
Author(s) Baker, E
Daniel, L
Bentley, R
Pawson, H
Stone, W
Rajagopalan, P
Hulse, K
Beer, A
London, K
Zillante, G
Randolph, B
Year of publication 2018
Publisher The University of Adelaide
Place of publication Adelaide, Australia
ISBN 978-0-646-98223-6
Start page 1
End page 26
Total pages 26
Subjects Building not elsewhere classified
Abstract/Summary We don't know enough about the condition of Australias housing. In the nearly two decades since the last Australian Housing Survey by the Australian Bureau of Statistics there have been significant changes in the housing system. The Australian Housing Conditions Dataset (AHCD) responds to a pressing need for a reliable and up-to-date housing conditions data infrastructure. This initial wave is focused on New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia, however additional work to build upon, adapt and apply the AHCD research protocols to different population groups and locations is encouraged. The AHCD and research protocols will be accessible through the Australian Data Archive in late 2018. The AHCD provides: An infrastructure of tools, data and protocols for Australian researchers and policy makers; A foundation for evidence-informed research on Australia's housing conditions; and Essential evidence required to address the real and chronic housing needs of vulnerable Australians, and maximise social and economic participation in society. The project is funded by the Australian Research Council (LE160100056) and The University of Adelaide, in partnership with The University of South Australia, The University of Melbourne, RMIT University, Swinburne University of Technology and The University of New South Wales. The project is led by Associate Professor Emma Baker at The University of Adelaide.
Commissioning body Australian Research Council
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