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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
1996/112 The geographic distribution of unemployment-related benefits and CDEP scheme employment Jon Altman, Boyd Hunter
1996/111 Having it 'both ways': The continuing complexities of community-controlled Indigenous education Jerry Schwab
1996/110 Income poverty among Indigenous families with children: estimates from the 1991 Census Russell Ross, Angela Mikalauskus
1996/109 The economic status of Indigenous Australian households: a statistical and ethnographic analysis Diane Smith, Anne Daly
1996/108 Indigenous participation in labour market and training programs John Taylor, Boyd Hunter
1996/107 The comparative economic status of CDEP and non-CDEP community residents in the Northern Territory in 1991 Jon Altman, Boyd Hunter
1996/106 Indigenous Australians and the socioeconomic status of urban neighbourhoods Boyd Hunter
1996/105 Reforming financial aspects of the Native Title Act 1993: An economics perspective Jon Altman
1996/104 Change in the relative occupational status of Indigenous workers, 1986-1991 John Taylor, Jin Liu
1996/103 Further policy implications of rising Aboriginal fertility in the 1990s Habtemariam Tesfaghiorghis
1995/102 Indigenous peoples and reshaping Australian institutions: two perspectives Noel Pearson, William Sanders
1995/101 Money, business and culture: Issues for Aboriginal economic policy David Martin
1995/100 The calculus of reciprocity: Principles and implications of Aboriginal sharing Jerry Schwab
1995/99 Redfern works: The policy and community challenges of an urban CDEP scheme Diane Smith
1995/98 Coping with locational advantage: The economic development potential of tourism at Seisia community, Cape York Peninsula Jon Altman
1995/97 Estimating the private rate of return to education for Indigenous Australians Anne Daly, Jin Liu
1995/96 Change in the relative distribution of Indigenous employment by industry, 1986-1991 John Taylor, Jin Liu
1995/95 Native title and Indigenous Australian utilisation of wildlife: Policy perspectives Jon Altman, Hilary Bek, Linda Roach
1995/94 Equity for Aboriginal families in the 1990s: The challenges for social policy Julie Finlayson
1995/93 The economic status of Indigenous Australian families Anne Daly, Diane Smith
1995/92 Twenty years of policy recommendations for Indigenous education: overview and research implications Jerry Schwab
1995/91 Enumerating the Aboriginal population of remote Australia: methodological and conceptual issues David Martin, John Taylor
1995/90 Australian fiscal federalism and Aboriginal self-government: some issues of tactics and targets William Sanders
1995/89 Beyond native title: multiple land use agreements and Aboriginal governance in the Kimberley Patrick Sullivan
1995/88 Native Title Act 1993: Implementation issues for resource developers Jon Altman
1995/87 Aboriginal employment, native title and regionalism Julie Finlayson
1995/86 Negotiations between mining companies and Aboriginal communities: process and structure Ciaran O’Faircheallaigh
1995/85 Mineral development agreements negotiated by Aboriginal communities in the 1990s Ciaran O’Faircheallaigh
1995/84 Local governments and Indigenous Australians: Developments and dilemmas in contrasting circumstances William Sanders
1995/83 Indigenous employment and job segregation in the Northern Territory labour market John Taylor