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Immigration and Australian Cities

Immigration and Australian Cities

By Ian Burnley, Peter Murphy and Robert Fagan

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CONTENTS

Introduction
Population growth, household formation and suburbanisation
Where immigrants live
Urban infrastructure and planning
Housing demand and house prices
Urban environment
Urban labour markets
Regional development
Conclusion
Index

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Immigration and Australian Cities … analyses the impact of immigration in large urban centres particularly Sydney and Melbourne. … covers a number of themes such as spatial location of immigrants, impacts of immigration on housing, infrastructure, urban environment, regional development and urban labour markets. … Overall, the book provides a good review of issues relating to immigration and cities. I would recommend this book not only to those interested in being better informed about the immigration debate, but to those as well who are keen to understand the major urban issues facing Australia. …[it] will be of particular interest to planners, geographers, demographers, housing specialists, developers and last but not least immigrants themselves.

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Published August 1997
Publisher The Federation Press
Paperback/176pp
ISBN 9781862872585
Australian RRP $32.94
International Price $31.00
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