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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
2000/202 The reform agenda for vocational education and training: Implications for Indigenous Australians Shirley Campbell
2000/201 A comparative analysis of the industrial relations experiences of Indigenous and other Australian workers Boyd Hunter, Anne Hawke
2000/200 Industrial relations in workplaces employing Indigenous Australians Boyd Hunter, Anne Hawke
2000/199 Location and socioeconomic status: Torres Strait Islanders, 1996 Bill Arthur
2000/198 Participation and representation in ATSIC elections: A ten-year perspective William Sanders, John Taylor, Kate Ross
2000/197 Estimating Indigenous housing need for public funding allocation: A multi-measure approach Max Neutze, William Sanders, Roger Jones
2000/196 Towards an index of relative Indigenous socioeconomic disadvantage Matthew Gray, Tony Auld
2000/195 The effects of the CDEP scheme on the economic status of Indigenous Australians: Some analyses using the 1996 Census Jon Altman, Matthew Gray
2000/194 Transformations of the Indigenous population: Recent and future trends John Taylor
2000/193 The economic status of Indigenous Australians Jon Altman
1999/192 Regionalisation of Northern Territory Land Councils Robert Levitus, David Martin, David Pollack
1999/191 The allocation and management of royalties under the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act: Options for reform Jon Altman, Robert Levitus
1999/190 Career, aspirations and the meaning of work in remote Australia: Torres Strait Bill Arthur
1999/189 Changing places: Indigenous population movement in the 1990s John Taylor, Martin Bell
1999/188 Women's business: Access to credit for Indigenous women entrepreneurs within Torres Strait Siobhan McDonnell
1999/187 Feast, famine and fraud: Considerations in the delivery of banking and financial services to remote Indigenous communities Neil Westbury
1999/186 Determinants of employment and labour force participation: A cohort analysis of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, 1986-96 Matthew Gray, Boyd Hunter
1999/185 The Ngurratjuta Aboriginal Corporation: A model for understanding Northern Territory royalty associations Jon Altman, Diane Smith
1999/184 Torres Strait governance structures and the Centenary of Australian Federation: A missed opportunity? William Sanders
1999/183 Income fluctuations over the lifecycle: A cohort analysis of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, 1986-96 Boyd Hunter, Matthew Gray
1999/182 Shoe or stew? Balancing wants and needs in Indigenous households: A study of appropriate income support payments and policies for families Julie Finlayson, Tony Auld
1999/181 Indigenous household demography and socioeconomic status: The policy implications of 1996 Census data Anne Daly, Diane Smith
1999/180 Northern Territory land rights: purpose and effectiveness Julie Finlayson
1999/179 Trends in Indigenous participation in health sciences education: the vocational education and training sector, 1994-97 Jerry Schwab, Ian Anderson
1999/178 The Grameen Bank micro-credit model: lessons for Australian Indigenous economic policy Siobhan McDonnell
1999/177 What's new? The 1997 parliamentary Inquiry into Indigenous Business Bill Arthur
1999/176 Indigenous self-employment: Miracle cure or risky business? Boyd Hunter
1999/175 The relative economic status of Indigenous people in the Australian Capital Territory, 1991 and 1996 John Taylor
1998/174 The relative economic status of Indigenous people in Victoria, 1991 and 1996 John Taylor
1998/173 The relative economic status of Indigenous people in New South Wales, 1991 and 1996 John Taylor