Grattan: NRAS “expensive, inefficient, and poorly targeted”

New Grattan Institute research to be presented at the UNSW Social Policy Conference in Sydney today shows that restoring the National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) won’t help because NRAS was expensive, inefficient, and poorly targeted.

Other policies, such as investing in social housing and increasing Commonwealth Rent Assistance, are better ways to help low-income earners cope with high housing costs:

What was NRAS?

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