Andrew Beer

Dean, Research and Innovation
University of South Australia Business School

Andrew’s research interests include the operation and functioning of Australia’s housing markets, the drivers of regional growth, economic change in major cities and the impacts of an ageing population. He is currently undertaking research in three major areas: the changing role of Australian local governments in Australia’s housing system; the cross national analysis of the leadership of places; the quality and condition of Australia’s housing stock; and, the use of services and housing by Australia’s ageing population.


Research funding

*2018    Beer, A. Weller, S. Barnes, T. Ratcliff, J. and Onur, I. Future Work, Future Communities: The Impacts of Industry Restructuring, ARC Linkage Project, $2.2m.

*2018    Beer, A. Hemphill, L. Flanagan, K. Verdouw, J. and Lowies, B. Understanding Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) funding, AHURI Investigative Panel, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI), $92,833

*2018    Beer, A. Moulding, N. Zufferey, C. and Thredgold, C. An effective homelessness services system for older Australians, AHURI Inquiry into an effective homelessness services system, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI), $108,562.

2018      Beer, A. Webb, E. Moulding, N. Zufferey, C. and Thredgold, C. National Survey on the Impact of Tenancy Laws on Women and Children Escaping Violence, Department of Social Services , $119,048.


More information at his university profile.


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