MICRODATA RESEARCH BIBLIOGRAPHY
This page lists publications that have used the Australian Housing Survey microdata. ABS encourages researchers to provide citations for their published research using microdata so that others can share the benefits of that research. This information also helps ABS understand the range of research activities undertaken.
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Orzechowska, E 2004, 'Australia's labour force ageing, with particular reference to impact of the age structural changes on employment, and length of worklife', PhD thesis, Australian National University, Canberra.
Wulff, M 2004, 'Shrinking households, smaller dwellings? Housing and the single-person households, 1981-2001 in International Sociological Association', Adequate and Affordable Housing for All: Research, Policy, Practice Metro Hall, Toronto, June 24-27, 2004.
Wulff, M 2004, 'The rise in one person households: the housing solution for the Australian compact city?', Paper presented to the Housing Studies Association Conference, Planning and Housing: Policy and Practice, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 9th-10th September 2004.
Wulff, M., Healy, E. and Reynolds, M 2004, 'Why don’t small households live in small dwellings? Disentangling a planning dilemma', People and Place, vol. 12, no 1, pp 58-71.
Yates, J 2003, 'A distributional analysis of the impact of direct and indirect housing assistance', Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Final Report.
Flatau, Wood, and Watson 2002, 'A microsimulation model of the Australian housing market', Housing and Labour Markets.
Yates, J 2002, 'A distributional analysis of the impact of direct and indirect housing assistance', Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Positioning Paper.