Eli Chisholm

Elinor is a Senior Research Fellow for the Housing and Health Research Programme at the University of Otago, Wellington. She conducts qualitative and historical research. She is currently working on projects about mixed tenure communities, eviction, and the effect of housing interventions on health.

Key publications

  1. Nilsson, M. Griggs, D. McCollum, D. Messerli, P. Neumann, B. Visbeck, M. Stafford-Smith, M.
    (2018).
    Mapping interactions between the Sustainable Development Goals : lessons learned and ways forward.
    Sustainability Science,
    6, 1499-1503.
  2. Siri, J. Chapman, R. Doll, C.N.H. Capon, A.
    (2017).
    SDG3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.
    In D. J. Griggs, M. Nilsson, A. Stevance & D. McCollum (Eds.), A Guide to SDG Interactions: From Science to Implementation.
    (pp. 84-126). Paris, France: International Council for Science. doi: 10.24948/2017.01
  3. (2017).
    Renting in New Zealand: Perspectives from tenant advocates.
    Kōtuitui,
    12(1), 95-110. doi: 10.1080/1177083X.2016.1272471.
  4. (2017).
    Setting housing standards to improve global health.
    International Journal of Environmental Research & Public Health,
    14(12), 1542. doi: 10.3390/ijerph14121542
  5. (2016).
    The Application of Hirschman’s Exit-Voice Framework to Housing Studies: A Review and Some Ways Forward.
    Housing, Theory and Society,
    33 (4), 381–402. doi:10.1080/14036096.2016.1188849.
  6. (2016).
    Individual and collective action to improve rental housing in New Zealand: an historical and contemporary study (Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy). University of Otago.
  7. Goodyear, R. Pearson, A.L. Rivera-Muñoz, G. Woodbury, E.
    (2014).
    Rebuilding Christchurch: A Case of the Inverse Care Law.
    In B. Bennett, J. Dann, E. Johnson & R. Reynolds (Eds.), Once in a Lifetime: City-Building After Disaster in Christchurch.
    (pp.190-198). Christchurch: Freerange Press.