Australasian Housing Researchers Conference 2016



Three white villas in Ponsonby

17 - 19 February 2016, The University of Auckland

The 9th Australasian Housing Researchers Conference 2016 was hosted by the Urban Research Network at the University of Auckland, New Zealand from Wednesday 17th to Friday 19th February, 2016.

The Australasian Housing Researchers conference is an annual conference that was established in 2006 as an interdisciplinary forum for the housing research community. It provides an opportunity for social scientists from the university and industry sectors to network, present research findings and critically consider contemporary issues in housing theory and policy.

The conference provides an essential opportunity for housing researchers to exchange their theoretical and empirical research with other researchers from a wide range of disciplines, and from academic, government and non-government sectors. It is open to all researchers concerned with housing issues including: affordability and homelessness, housing policy and planning, housing economics, housing sustainability, and regional, national and international housing markets. As well as established researchers, the input and participation of early career researchers is especially welcome.