[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/FT200100422]
Prof Rachel Ong ViforJ
Brief description Home ownership and housing wealth: ageing and intergenerational pathways. This project plans to fill major research gaps by delivering new evidence on the drivers of intergenerational housing wealth inequality. It aims to generate new knowledge on the ways in which baby boomers manage housing wealth, and shed light on their experiences of using wealth transfers to improve their children’s housing outcomes. The project offers innovative cross-national analyses that should produce internationally relevant findings and foster collaborations on a significant scale. It is expected to provide major national benefits by promoting a shift away from short-term policy planning that unintentionally set generations against each other towards a more holistic policy perspective that meet the needs of co-existing generations.
Funding Amount $964,492
Funding Scheme ARC Future Fellowships
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