- How is family housing property reshaping welfare regimes?
- The Fifth Estate
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- Web publication/site
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- Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (FMG)
- Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR)
While intergenerational inequalities have become more pronounced in recent years, they also appear to have reinforced intergenerational cooperation and the revival of the family as a provider of welfare and economic security. Keynote speaker at the 10th Australasian Housing Researchers Conference 2017, Dr Richard Ronald from the Centre for Urban Studies, University of Amsterdam, and editor of the International Journal of Housing Policy, discusses his recent international project on how family housing property wealth is reshaping welfare regimes, and what Australia can learn from this research.
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