Professor Tony Dalton

Professor Tony Dalton contributes to the program of urban research and teaches research and urban studies.

Professor Tony Dalton contributes to the program of urban research and teaches research and urban studies.

Following appointments in senior leadership positions at RMIT including Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor Research and Innovation in the College of Design and Social Context (2004-2010) and Chair of Academic Board (2009-2010), Tony returned to research and teaching in 2011.

He is also Chair of the RMIT Fair Trade Steering Committee.

The focus of Tony’s research is on changing housing markets, distributional outcomes in a period of social and economic restructuring. More recently he has developed a research interest in the issues that climate change poses for urban housing provision. Throughout his research he has maintained a focus on the institutional context of policy so that we can better understand both policy outcomes and the way that different interests shape housing policy.

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Projects

An Investigation into the Drivers of Housing Supply Responsiveness in Australia

This project estimates and maps the price elasticity of housing supply at a local government area level, providing insights into how various factors affect the speed of housing supply responsiveness to market pressures in Australia.

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News & Blog

Who’s responsible? Housing policy mismatched to our $6 trillion asset

Does the Australian government have the policy, organisational and conceptual capacity to handle the country’s A$6 trillion housing stock?

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New study urges for housing to be better recognised in economic policy

A new study led by RMIT researchers calls for stronger coordination between governments on housing policy to better understand the $6 trillion sector’s contributions to national economic productivity.

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Publications

Low carbon, water-efficient house retrofits: an emergent niche?

Horne, R, Maller, C and Dalton, T 2014, 'Low-carbon, water-efficient house renovations: an emergent niche?', Building Research and Information, vol. 42, no. 4, pp. 539-548.

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What future for public housing? A critical, analysis

JACOBS, K, Atkinson, R, Spinney, A, Colic-Peisker, V, Berry, M and Dalton, T 2010, 'What future for public housing? A critical analysis', AHURI (Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute) research paper, vol. 2010, no. February, pp. 1-47.

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