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  1. Demographic Trends and the impact on Home Ownership Outcomes

    Demographic Trends and the impact on Home Ownership Outcomes

    REPORT / 2013 / This study – the first long-term regional analysis by age using 2013 census data – shows home ownership rates in some regional household types have plunged by more than 40 percentage points since ownership peaked at 73.8 per cent in 1991. Learn More

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    REP000978

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  2. Serious illness in the over 50s

    Serious illness in the over 50s

    REPORT / 2015 / This report tracks the different trends in serious illness over the last decade, with cardiovascular events such as heart attack or stroke showing a general downward trend since 2002. Learn More

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    REP000977

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  3. The Rising Cost of Living Longer: Analysis of Medicare Spending by Age for Beneficiaries in Traditional Medicare

    The Rising Cost of Living Longer: Analysis of Medicare Spending by Age for Beneficiaries in Traditional Medicare

    REPORT / 2015 / This report takes an in-depth look at patterns of Medicare spending by age, overall and by type of service, Using the most current Medicare spending data available for beneficiaries in traditional Medicare in 2011 and trends since 2000. Learn More

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    REP000853

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  4. Changing the Trajectory of Alzheimer's Disease

    Changing the Trajectory of Alzheimer's Disease

    REPORT / 2015 / This report examines the possibility that the financial impact of Alzheimer's disease could soar to more than $1 trillion a year by 2050, with much of it borne by the federal government, unless action is taken to shift current trends. Learn More

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    REP000852

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  5. The Wealth of Generations

    The Wealth of Generations

    REPORT / 2014 / This report examines how the economic position of Australians of different ages is changing. It analyses trends in household wealth, incomes, and government taxes and transfers by age groups. It identifies which age groups are benefiting most from economic and policy changes. Learn More

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    REP000830

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  6. Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2015

    Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2015

    REPORT / 2014 / This report provides an outlook on real estate investment and development trends, real estate finance and capital markets, property sectors, metropolitan areas, and other real estate issues for the upcoming year. Learn More

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    REP000825

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  7. 100 Trends in Over 50s Housing

    100 Trends in Over 50s Housing

    A newly researched study on the 100 Trends in Over-50s Housing worldwide. Focused on where over-50s are choosing to live. That is the ultimate guide to immediate demand. Learn More

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    RES000017

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  8. Age Discrimination and Research Ethics

    Age Discrimination and Research Ethics

    Report/ 2010/ The problem of age discrimination in the workforce has acquired salience because of the growth of policies designed to prolong labour force participation beyond the conventional retirement age at around 60. Despite such policy trends, it appears that age discrimination continues to handicap or even prevent older workers from continuing in employment. This report on a current project age discrimination, discuss in particular the research ethics issues and bureaucratic controls encountered in the research process. Learn More

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    REP000367

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  9. Australian Consumer Views On Electronic Health Records

    Australian Consumer Views On Electronic Health Records

    Report/ 2010/ The research analysis identified numerous trends: some relevant to the entire population, some to specific age groups and some location-based. The major findings have been grouped into three key insights that include supporting data and comments from consumers and clinicians alike. 1. Struggling to connect the dots, 2. A basic Australian right-electronic health records, 3, Ready and waiting/ Australians want choice and control. Learn More

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    REP000362

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  10. Housing Needs of Asset Poor Older Australians - Other Countries Policy Initiatives and Their Implications for Australia

    Housing Needs of Asset Poor Older Australians - Other Countries Policy Initiatives and Their Implications for Australia

    Report/ 2010/ This Positioning Paper is the first output of a project that explores housing options and actual housing circumstances of asset-poor older Australians. Australia has very high levels of outright ownership among its pensioners. However, this is threatened by falling levels of ownership among younger age cohorts and increasing numbers of owners approaching retirement with mortgages. Demographic changes, labour market deregulation, housing market volatility and liberalisation of housing finance are thought to be responsible for these trends. Learn More

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