AHURI

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AHURIAustralian Housing and Urban Research Institute
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AHURI (Australian Housing and Research Institute (2018), Pathways to Housing Tax Reform: Final Inquiry Report, https://www.ahun.edu.au/research/final-reports/301.
(2007) 'Operating deficits and public housing: policy options for reversing the trend: 2005/06 update', AHURI Final Report No 106, Melbourne, AHURI.
(2011) Australia's private rental market: the supply of, and demand, for affordable dwellings, AHURI Final Paper No.
(2009), Mortgage Default in Australia: nature, causes and social and economic impacts, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, AHURI Positioning Paper No.
'A Wasting Resource: Public Housing and Drug Use in Inner City Melbourne', a paper presented at the Housing, Crime and Stronger Communities Conference, Melbourne: Australian Institute of Criminology and Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI), May 6-7, 2002, 2-3.
Recent research by AHURI highlights the mismatch between industry and market in South Australia--leading to unemployment of those employed in the motor industry and the forthcoming departure of manufacturers, despite the funds that have been paid to prop up an essentially inappropriate industry.
(2002) "Heroin users, housing and social participation: Attacking social exclusion through better housing." Australia: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURi) Positioning Paper, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) Research Centre & The University of New South Wales (UNSW)--The University of Western Sydney (UWS) Research Centre.
Owen McDonald, former head of one of the leading research organisations in this field, the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI), has argued that any reduction in levels of home ownership would "challenge Australians' perceptions of their way of life'.
8, 1967, of 17 March 1967, in response to the Ahuri peace accord in Ghana.
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