Professor of Housing Studies, Centre for Urban Transitions, Swinburne University of Technology

Terry Burke's expertise is in urban and policy studies. Within these broad areas his interests are in housing, particularly lower income housing (public and private rental housing), housing affordability, urban segregation, and comparative urban and social policy.
Professor Burke has undertaken considerable research for government and industry including local government housing studies, measurement of affordability, and public housing allocations and rent systems. He is Director of the Swinburne University AHURI centre and convenor of Australia's only national housing course, the Graduate Certificate. Diploma and Masters in Housing Management and Policy. He is also Co chair of the Asia Pacific Network of Housing Researchers (APNHR)
Professor Burke has co-authored a number of texts including Social Theory and the Australian City and Informed Decision Making. He has also written many other reports and journal articles on urban and housing issues in Australia.

Experience

  • 1977–present
    Professor of Housng Studies, Swinburne University of Technology

Education

  • 1977 
    University of Birmingham, M. Urban and Regional Studies

Research Areas

  • Mathematical Logic, Set Theory, Lattices And Universal Algebra (010107)
  • Urban And Regional Planning (1205)