- Housing Markets
- Urban Policy
- Climate Change and Housing
Tony Dalton is a Professor in the Centre for Urban Research at RMIT University. Following appointments in senior leadership positions at RMIT including Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor Research and Innovation in the College of Design and Social Context (2004-2010) and Chair of Academic Board (2009-2010), Tony returned to research and teaching in 2011. He is currently Acting Deputy Director of the Global Cities Research Institute and he is also Chair of the RMIT Fair Trade Steering Committee.
The focus of Tony’s research has been on changing housing markets, distributional outcomes in a period of social and economic restructuring. More recently he has developed a research interest in the issues that climate change poses for urban housing provision. Throughout his research he has maintained a focus on the institutional context of policy so that we can better understand both policy outcomes and the way that different interests shape housing policy.
Tony is based in Melbourne, Australia.