Ms Zoe Goodall
- School of Social Sciences, Media, Film and Education
- Centre for Urban Transitions
Zoë Goodall is a Research Associate in the Centre for Urban Transitions. Working primarily with Professor Wendy Stone and others within the housing team, Zoë’s research interests include inequalities within housing systems, tenancy law, housing justice, and the wellbeing of renters. Other areas of social policy that Zoë has researched include child support and childcare. Zoë is also a published film critic, and in 2019 was selected to participate in Melbourne International Film Festival's Critics Campus program.
Zoë has contributed to journal articles, reports for government, and writing for general audiences (e.g. The Conversation). They have been involved in multiple grants from the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute.
Zoë is also currently undertaking a part-time PhD about share-housing and housing policy in Australia.
Housing and Urban Studies; Sociology
Also published as: Goodall, Zoe; Goodall, Z.; Goodall, Z. A.; Goodall, Zoe A.; Goodall, Zoe Almeida; Goodall, Zoë; Goodall, Zoë A.; Goodall, Zoë Almeida
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2022: AHURI - Gendered housing opportunities, pathways, assistance, and impacts: a policy development framework and evidence-base *; Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Fund Scheme
- 2022: Social housing pathways by policy co-design: opportunities for tenant participation in system innovation *; AHURI National Housing Research Program - Research Projects
- 2021: An evaluation of Australia?s COVID-19 pandemic housing policy responses *; AHURI 2021 NHRP Rapid Research Round - Covid-19
- 2021: Regulation of residential tenancies and impacts on investment in changing rental markets *; AHURI National Housing Research Program - Research Projects
- 2020: Aboriginal Private Rental Access Project *; Consumer Policy Research Centre - Research Pathways Program
- 2019: Housing and housing assistance pathways with companion animals: risks, costs, benefits and opportunities *; Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Fund Scheme
* Chief Investigator
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