Impact of shifting demographics : implications for housing requirements and public policy
Garner, Gary O. & Han, Jung-Hoon (2007) Impact of shifting demographics : implications for housing requirements and public policy. In 2nd Australasian Housing Researchers’ Conference, 20–22 June 2007, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.
Demographic shifts in the Australian population - characterised by several significant changes - ageing population - increased life expectancy - lowering mortality - reduced household population density This is concurrent with global trends of continuing urbanization and population aging This paper looks at the impact on housing requirements of such changes – in particular the composition and location of the “older Australian” (age 65+) population
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