A Good Match: Optimising Australia's permanent skilled migration
Nearly a quarter of permanent skilled migrants in Australia are working in a job beneath their skill level, a new report by CEDA has found.
Key areas examined in CEDA’s holistic review of housing in Australia include:
The great Australian dream of owning your own home has prevailed for more than half a century but with surging house prices in some parts of Australia, there has been much debate about whether it will continue.
Historically low interest rates, an unprecedented period of continuous economic growth and strong levels of migration have contributed to increasing demand and escalating housing prices in Australia’s capital cities.
This policy perspective will examine:
Dr Judith Yates, Associate Professor in the School of Economics, University of Sydney
Dr Nigel Stapledon, Real Estate Research Fellow, Centre for Applied Economic Research, UNSW
Professor Chris Leishman, Director, Centre for Housing, Urban and Regional Planning, University of Adelaide
Associate Professor Emma Baker, ARC Future Fellow, School of Architecture and Built Environment, University of Adelaide
Professor Rachel Ong, Deputy Director, Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, Curtin University
Associate Professor David Morrison, School of Law, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law, The University of Queensland
Gavin Tonnet, National Head Apartments Mixed Use & General Manager Residential, Stockland
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How governments have widened the gap between generations in home ownership | CEDA blog