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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
2004/262 Thinking about Indigenous Community Governance William Sanders
2004/261 Taming the social capital Hydra? Indigenous poverty, social capital theory and measurement Boyd Hunter
2004/260 Indigenous people in the Alice Springs town camps: The 2001 Census data William Sanders
2004/259 Careers and aspirations: Young Torres Strait Islanders, 1999-2003 Bill Arthur, John Hughes, Elizah Wasaga
2003/258 An Indigenous school and learning community in the ACT? Opportunity, context and rationale Dale Sutherland
2003/257 The realities of Indigenous adult literacy acquisition and practice: Implications for capacity development in remote communities Inge Kral, Jerry Schwab
2003/256 Developing a land and resource management framework for Kaanju homelands, Central Cape York Peninsula Benjamin Smith, David Claudie
2003/255 Torres Strait Islanders in the 2001 Census Bill Arthur
2003/254 Monitoring 'practical' reconciliation: Evidence from the reconciliation decade, 1991-2001 Jon Altman, Boyd Hunter
2003/253 Reproducing exclusion or inclusion? Implications for the wellbeing of Indigenous Australian children Anne Daly, Diane Smith
2003/252 Participation and representation in the 2002 ATSIC elections William Sanders
2003/251 The future of Indigenous work: Forecasts of labour force status to 2011 Boyd Hunter, Yohannes Kinfu, John Taylor
2003/250 Governance for sustainable development: Strategic issues and principles for Indigenous Australian communities Mick Dodson, Diane Smith
2003/249 Practical reconciliation and recent trends in Indigenous education Boyd Hunter, Jerry Schwab
2003/248 Rethinking the design of indigenous organisations: The need for strategic engagement David Martin
2003/247 Innovative institutional design for sustainable wildlife management in the Indigenous-owned savanna Jon Altman, Michelle Cochrane
2003/246 Indigenous economic futures in the Northern Territory: The demographic and socioeconomic background John Taylor
2003/245 The Tasmanian electoral roll trial in the 2002 ATSIC elections William Sanders
2003/244 Creating a sense of 'closure': Providing confidence intervals on some recent estimates of Indigenous populations Boyd Hunter, Mardi Dungey
2003/243 Options for benchmarking ABS population estimates for Indigenous communities in Queensland John Taylor, Martin Bell
2002/242 Philanthropy, non-government organisations and Indigenous development Jerry Schwab, Dale Sutherland
2002/241 Reforming Indigenous welfare policy: Salutary lessons and future challenges for Australia from the US experience Anne Daly, Diane Smith
2002/240 Estimating the components of Indigenous population change, 1996-2001 Yohannes Kinfu, John Taylor
2002/239 Welfare and the domestic economy of Indigenous families: Policy implications from a longitudinal survey Anne Daly, Rosita Henry, Diane Smith
2002/238 Decentralisation, population mobility and the CDEP scheme in central Cape York Peninsula Benjamin Smith
2002/237 Journey without end: Reconciliation between Australia's Indigenous and settler peoples William Sanders
2002/236 Indigenous residential treatment programs for drug and alcohol problems: Current status and options for improvement Maggie Brady
2002/235 Some competition and consumer issues in the Indigenous visual arts industry Jon Altman, Boyd Hunter, Sally Ward, Felicity Wright
2002/234 Indigenous community stores in the 'frontier economy': some competition and consumer issues Siobhan McDonnell, David Martin
2002/233 Jurisdictional devolution: Towards an effective model for Indigenous community self-determination Diane Smith