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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
2002/232 Autonomy and the Community Development Employment Projects scheme Bill Arthur
2002/231 Population futures in the Australian desert, 2001-2016 John Taylor
2002/230 Towards an Indigenous order of Australian government: Rethinking self-determination as Indigenous affairs policy William Sanders
2002/229 Three years on: Indigenous families and the welfare system, the Kuranda community case study Rosita Henry, Diane Smith
2002/228 Urban CDEPs as Indigenous Employment Centres: Policy and community implications Mark Champion
2002/227 The Indigenous population of Cape York Peninsula, 2001-2016 John Taylor, Martin Bell
2001/226 Sustainable development options on Aboriginal land: The hybrid economy in the twenty-first century Jon Altman
2001/225 Building Indigenous learning communities Jerry Schwab, Dale Sutherland
2001/224 A regional CDEP for four remote communities? Papunya, Ikuntji, Watiyawanu and Walungurru William Sanders
2001/223 Community Participation Agreements: A model for welfare reform from community-based research Diane Smith
2001/222 Valuing native title: Aboriginal, statutory and policy discourses about compensation Diane Smith
2001/221 Indigenous land in Australia: A quantitative assessment of Indigenous landholdings in 2000 David Pollack
2001/220 Indigenous autonomy in Australia: Some concepts, issues and examples Bill Arthur
2001/219 Implications of developments in telecommunications for Indigenous people in remote and rural Australia Anne Daly
2001/218 Giving credit where it's due: The delivery of banking and financial services to Indigenous Australians in rural and remote areas Siobhan McDonnell, Neil Westbury
2001/217 Indigenous families and the welfare system: The Yuendumu community case study, Stage Two Yasmine Musharbash
2001/216 Indigenous families and the welfare system: The Kuranda community case study, Stage Two Rosita Henry, Anne Daly
2001/215 Autonomy rights in Torres Strait: From whom, for whom, for or over what? William Sanders, Bill Arthur
2001/214 Indigenous data from the ABS Labour Force Survey: What can they tell us? John Taylor, Boyd Hunter
2001/213 Is welfare dependency 'welfare poison'? An assessment of Noel Pearson's proposals for Aboriginal welfare reform David Martin
2001/212 Indigenous Australians and the rules of the social security system: Universalism, apppropriateness, and justice William Sanders
2001/211 Anangu population dynamics and future growth in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park John Taylor
2000/210 'If it wasn't for CDEP': A case study of Worn Gundidj CDEP, Victoria Raymond Madden
2000/209 The CDEP in town and country Arnhem Land: Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation Jon Altman, Victoria Johnson
2000/208 A case study of the Bungala CDEP: Economic and social impacts Matthew Gray, Elaine Thacker
2000/207 Education, training and careers: Young Torres Strait Islanders, 1999 Bill Arthur, Josephine David-Petero
2000/206 Career aspirations and orientation to work: Young Torres Strait Islanders, 1999 Bill Arthur, Josephine David-Petero
2000/205 Job-searching and careers: Young Torres Strait Islanders, 1999 Bill Arthur, Josephine David-Petero
2000/204 Social exclusion, social capital, and Indigenous Australians: Measuring the social costs of unemployment Boyd Hunter
2000/203 Surveying mobile populations: Lessons from recent longitudinal surveys of Indigenous Australians Boyd Hunter, Diane Smith