BSc (Hons) (London School of Economics), PhD (London School of Economics)
Prof BILL RANDOLPH is Director of the City Futures Research Centre, University of New South Wales, where he leads a research team specializing in housing markets and policy, urban renewal and high density housing, urban analytics, and urban wellbeing. His personal research has focused on a number of themes: housing market dynamics, socio-spatial polarisation, urban renewal, high density housing, planning policy outcomes, and affordable housing.
Key appointments in the last ten years: Associate Dean Research, Faculty of the Built Environment UNSW; AURIN Management Board; Chair, NSW Community Housing Advisory Committee.
Member, Planning institute of Australia
Member, Australasian Institute of Housing
Randolph, B. (2016 forthcoming) Emerging geographies of suburban disadvantage, in Hannigan. J. and Richards, G. (Eds) The Handbook of New Urban Studies. Sage.
Randolph, B. and Easthope, H. 2014 The Rise of Micro-Government: Strata Title, Reluctant Democrats and the New Urban Vertical Policy, in Public City: Essays in the Honour of Paul Mees, Beza, B. and Gleeson, B. (Eds) Melbourne University Press.
Pinnegar, S., Freestone, R. and Randolph, B. (2015) ‘Incremental Urbanism: Characteristics and implications of residential renewal through owner driven demolition and rebuilding’, Town Planning Review 86 (3), pp 279-301.
Randolph, B. and Tice, A. (2014) ‘Suburbanising Disadvantage in Australian Cities: Socio-Spatial Change in an Era of Neo-Liberalism’, Journal of the Urban Affairs vol. 36, no. S1 pp 1-16.
Randolph, B., Pinnegar, S. and Tice, A. (2013) ‘The First Home Owner Boost in Australia: A Case Study of Outcomes in the Sydney Housing Market’, Urban Policy and Research: 31 (1), 55 – 73.