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Behind the Line: Poverty and disadvantage in Australia 2022

The report contains the section ‘The Role of Housing Costs in Driving Poverty’ which focuses on how financially vulnerable people are forced to make spending decisions on really tight margins with little or no discretionary income.

Bring it home in the Budget

Figures released last month showed that at least 56 people died while homeless in Perth in 2020.

Housing Affordability in WA: A tale of two tenures

This fifteenth report in BCEC’s Focus on WA series builds on the Centre’s earlier reports into Housing Affordability and finds that housing affordability has improved in Western Australia but this improvement has been uneven.

BCEC – Getting our house in order

This report by the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre focuses on housing affordability, one of the most important economic and social issues facing Western Australia, and indeed the country. This twelfth report in BCEC’s Focus on WA series builds on the Centre’s earlier reports into Housing Affordability, and includes new analysis of the latest trends in housing affordability since the release of […]