How housing affordability can play a role in economic development

Rob - Urban Economist

Rob joined the team in 2015 with more than 10 years’ experience in senior economist positions in both the private and public sectors. Recently, Rob played a key role in developing the economic story in Plan Melbourne, Victoria’s Metropolitan Planning Strategy. His experience in urban economic analysis, economic modelling, demographic analysis and strategic planning provides him with an in-depth understanding of the wider economy and implications for local regions. Rob uses this experience to provide economic advice to clients on a range of projects including economic development strategies, economic analyses and projections, economic impact analysis, cluster analysis, strategic land use and transport planning.

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4 Responses

  1. Very good article – please tell me how I can print this out – I am 50 this week and old school – I need to write on something before any of it really sinks in

  2. marker says:

    The article references Kulish et al (2011) for a graph, but there is no reference list.

    16/20

  3. peter byrne says:

    mike, if you read this online you should be in a window that has a to par of commands including one with three dots. click on that and get a dropdown, in which one of the commands is Print. usually I cut and paste it all into a word document by highlighting and copying; then I can add my own comments and ideas and relate it to other resources, references and/or my own work. for example I have been doing an analysis of the worsening income distribution on the Gold Coast and also the history of budget expenditure to anser the questions where did the money go then and where does it go now…
    happy analysing….
    kind regards
    peter

  4. Thanks Peter – I will cut & paste – I would be interested in your GC analysis

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