Emma Baker
Emma Baker
Professor of Housing Research, University of Adelaide
Verified email at adelaide.edu.au - Homepage
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Association between housing affordability and mental health: a longitudinal analysis of a nationally representative household survey in Australia
R Bentley, E Baker, K Mason, SV Subramanian, AM Kavanagh
American journal of epidemiology 174 (7), 753-760, 2011
1322011
Leadership and change in sustainable regional development
M Sotarauta, I Horlings, J Liddle
Routledge, 2012
1132012
Housing affordability and mental health: does the relationship differ for renters and home purchasers?
KE Mason, E Baker, T Blakely, RJ Bentley
Social science & medicine 94, 91-97, 2013
1122013
Intersections between disability, type of impairment, gender and socio-economic disadvantage in a nationally representative sample of 33,101 working-aged Australians
AM Kavanagh, L Krnjacki, Z Aitken, AD LaMontagne, A Beer, E Baker, ...
Disability and health journal 8 (2), 191-199, 2015
822015
Housing affordability and residential mobility as drivers of locational inequality
E Baker, R Bentley, L Lester, A Beer
Applied Geography 72, 65 - 75, 2016
752016
The mental health effects of housing tenure: causal or compositional?
E Baker, R Bentley, K Mason
Urban Studies 50 (2), 426-442, 2013
752013
Australia State of the Environment 2001
State of the Environment Committee
Environment Australia, Department of the Environment and Heritage, 2001
702001
Housing affordability, tenure and mental health in Australia and the United Kingdom: a comparative panel analysis
RJ Bentley, D Pevalin, E Baker, K Mason, A Reeves, A Beer
Housing Studies 31 (2), 208-222, 2016
622016
Housing implications of economic, social and spatial change
J Flood, E Baker
AHURI, 2010
61*2010
Cumulative exposure to poor housing affordability and its association with mental health in men and women
R Bentley, E Baker, K Mason
J Epidemiol Community Health 66 (9), 761-766, 2012
602012
Exploring the bi-directional relationship between health and housing in Australia
E Baker, K Mason, R Bentley, S Mallett
Urban Policy and Research 32 (1), 71-84, 2014
572014
Public Housing Tenant Relocation: Residential Mobility, Satisfaction, and the Development of a Tenant's Spatial Decision Support System.
EL Baker
572002
Neoliberalism, economic restructuring and policy change: Precarious housing and precarious employment in Australia
A Beer, R Bentley, E Baker, K Mason, S Mallett, A Kavanagh, ...
Urban studies 53 (8), 1542-1558, 2016
562016
The impact of persistent poor housing conditions on mental health: A longitudinal population-based study
DJ Pevalin, A Reeves, E Baker, R Bentley
Preventive medicine 105, 304-310, 2017
482017
Poor housing quality: Prevalence and health effects
E Baker, LH Lester, R Bentley, A Beer
Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community 44 (4), 219-232, 2016
472016
Precarious housing and health inequalities: what are the links?
S Mallett, R Bentley, E Baker, K Mason, D Keys, V Kolar
VicHealth, 2011
46*2011
Precarious housing and health inequalities: what are the links?
S Mallett
Hanover, 2011
432011
Improving outcomes of forced residential relocation: The development of an Australian tenants' spatial decision support system
E Baker
Urban Studies 45 (8), 1712-1728, 2008
41*2008
Human settlements-Australia state of the environment report 2001 (Theme report)
PW Newton
Canberra, ACT, CSIRO Publishing on behalf of Dept. Environment and Heritage, 2001
402001
Housing policy, housing assistance and the wellbeing dividend: Developing an evidence base for post-GFC economies
A Beer, E Baker, G Wood, P Raftery
Housing Studies 26 (7-8), 1171-1192, 2011
392011
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