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Discussion Papers

The CAEPR Discussion Paper series (ISSN 1036-1774) ran from 1991 to 2009 and was reintroduced in July 2014 with Discussion Paper No. 290. All Discussion Papers are internally and externally refereed.

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No.sort icon Title Author
2014/291 Experimental governance in Australian Indigenous affairs: From Coombs to Pearson via Rowse and the competing principles William Sanders
2014/290 Lessons from a History of Beer Canteens and Licensed Clubs in Indigenous Australian Communities Maggie Brady
2009/289 Ideology, Evidence and Competing Principles in Australian Indigenous Affairs: From Brough to Rudd via Pearson and the NTER William Sanders
2008/288 Indigenous Participation in Regional Labour Markets, 2001-06 Nicholas Biddle, John Taylor, Mandy Yap
2008/287 How realistic are the prospects for 'closing the gaps' in socioeconomic outcomes for Indigenous Australians? Jon Altman, Nicholas Biddle, Boyd Hunter
2007/286 The environmental significance of the Indigenous estate: Natural resource management as economic development in remote Australia Jon Altman, Geoff Buchanan, Libby Larsen
2006/285 Local governments and Indigenous interests in Australia’s Northern Territory William Sanders
2006/284 Mãori land and development finance Craig Linkhorn
2006/283 Population and diversity: Policy implications of emerging Indigenous demographic trends John Taylor
2006/282 Views from the top of the ‘quiet revolution’: Secretarial perspectives on the new arrangements in Indigenous affairs Bill Gray, William Sanders
2006/281 Kids, skidoos and caribou: The Junior Canadian Ranger program as a model for re-engaging Indigenous Australian youth in remote areas Jerry Schwab
2006/280 Being a good senior manager in Indigenous community governance: Working with public purpose and private benefit William Sanders
2006/279 Indigenous Australian entrepreneurs: Not all community organisations, not all in the outback Dennis Foley
2005/278 Capacity development in the international development context: Implications for Indigenous Australia Janet Hunt
2005/277 Tracking change in the relative economic status of Indigenous people in New South Wales John Taylor
2005/276 Land rights and development reform in remote Australia Jon Altman, Craig Linkhorn, Jennifer Clarke
2005/275 Housing tenure and Indigenous Australians in remote and settled areas William Sanders
2005/274 Indigenous Job Search Success Matthew Gray, Boyd Hunter
2005/273 Bridging the digital divide: The role of community online access centres in Indigenous communities Anne Daly
2005/272 The economic value of wild resources to the Indigenous community of the Wallis Lake catchment Matthew Gray, Jon Altman, Natane Halasz
2005/271 Policy issues for the Community Development Employment Projects scheme in rural and remote Australia Jon Altman, Matthew Gray, Robert Levitus
2004/270 A profit-related investment scheme for the Indigenous estate Jon Altman, Michael Dillon
2004/269 Regulating social problems: The pokies, the Productivity Commission and an Aboriginal community Maggie Brady