Entries and exits from homelessness: a dynamic analysis of the relationship between structural conditions and individual characteristics

Johnson, G, Scutella, R, Tseng, Y and Wood, G 2015, 'Entries and exits from homelessness: a dynamic analysis of the relationship between structural conditions and individual characteristics', AHURI Final Report Series - Project:The interrelationship between structural factors and individual risk factors in explaining homelessness - AHURI Final Report No. 248, vol. 248, pp. 1-67.


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Title Entries and exits from homelessness: a dynamic analysis of the relationship between structural conditions and individual characteristics
Author(s) Johnson, G
Scutella, R
Tseng, Y
Wood, G
Year 2015
Journal name AHURI Final Report Series - Project:The interrelationship between structural factors and individual risk factors in explaining homelessness - AHURI Final Report No. 248
Volume number 248
Start page 1
End page 67
Total pages 67
Publisher Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI)
Abstract This report examines the relationship between structural factors, individual characteristics and homelessness. Our interest in the interaction of structural conditions and individual characteristics gives rise to two secondary research questions. First, do structural factors such as housing and labour market conditions, as well as area-level poverty, matter for those individuals vulnerable to homelessness? Second, do structural factors affect those with particular individual risk factors more than others? The questions were answered by analysing an individual's probability of being homeless, the probability of the housed entering homelessness, and the probability that homeless individuals will exit homelessness.
Subject Social Policy
Urban and Regional Economics
Keyword(s) Homelessness
Copyright notice Copyright © 2015 AHURI
ISSN 1834-7223
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