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Research Monographs

The CAEPR Research Monograph series (ISSN 1036-6962) publishes collated research results and/or analysis of policy on major themes or issues, the proceedings of workshops or conferences, or reports on major pieces of consultancy research.

The CAEPR Research Monograph series is listed below. Monograph numbers 1 to 19 are available for purchase from the CAEPR Publication Sales page, with the exception of Monograph 10, which is out of print. Remaining monographs can be purchased through ANU E Press. All monographs are also available for free download in PDF format.

ANU E Press

The Australian National University has established a commercial ANU E Press. CAEPR is an active participant in this e-publishing initiative, and recent CAEPR Research Monographs are available through ANU E Press for free online viewing or printing in PDF, HTML and mobile device formats, and for sale as print-on-demand publications. CAEPR Research Monographs published through ANU E Press are detailed in our listing below, and are linked to the ANU E Press site.

The table below can be sorted by clicking on the No. or Title headings. Clicking on the monograph's title will take you to a full description and the relevant document or link.

No. Titlesort icon Author PDF
1992/3 A National Survey of Indigenous Australians: Options and Implications [CAEPR] Jon Altman(Ed.) PDF
1991/2 Aboriginal Employment Equity by the Year 2000 [CAEPR] Jon Altman(Ed.) PDF
2004/23 Aboriginal Population Profiles for Development Planning in the Northern East Kimberley [ANU E Press] John Taylor PDF HTML
1991/1 Aborigines in the Economy: A Select Annotated Bibliography of Policy-Relevant Research 1985-90 [CAEPR] Linda Allen, Jon Altman, Elizabeth Owen, Bill Arthur PDF
2007/28 Agency, contingency and census process: Observations of the 2006 Indigenous Enumeration Strategy in remote Aboriginal Australia [ANU E Press] Frances Morphy(Ed.) PDF HTML
2006/26 Assessing the evidence on Indigenous socioeconomic outcomes: A focus on the 2002 NATSISS [ANU E Press] Boyd Hunter(Ed.) PDF HTML
2016/36 Better Than Welfare? Work and Livelihoods for Indigenous Australians After CDEP [ANU E Press] Kirrily Jordan(Ed.) PDF HTML
1999/13 Connections in Native Title: Genealogies, Kinship and Groups [CAEPR] Julie Finlayson(Ed.), Bruce Rigsby(Ed.), Hilary Bek(Ed.) PDF
2008/29 Contested Governance: Culture, power and institutions in Indigenous Australia [ANU E Press] Janet Hunt(Ed.), Diane Smith(Ed.), William Sanders(Ed.) PDF HTML
2010/31 Demographic and Socioeconomic Outcomes Across the Indigenous Australian Lifecourse: Evidence from the 2006 Census [ANU E Press] Nicholas Biddle, Mandy Yap PDF HTML
2016/35 Engaging Indigenous Economy - Debating Diverse Approaches [ANU E Press] William Sanders(Ed.) PDF HTML
1997/12 Fighting Over Country: Anthropological Perspectives [CAEPR] Diane Smith, Julie Finlayson PDF
2004/21 Health Expenditure, Income and Health Status Among Indigenous and Other Australians [ANU E Press] Matthew Gray(Ed.), Boyd Hunter(Ed.), John Taylor(Ed.) PDF HTML
2014/34 Indigenous Australians and the National Disability Insurance Scheme [ANU E Press] Nicholas Biddle,
F. Al-Yaman
M. Gourley
M. Gray
J.R. Bray
B. Brady
L.A. Pham
E. Williams
M. Montaigne
1993/4 Indigenous Australians in the Economy: Abstracts of Research, 1991-92 [CAEPR] Linda Roach, Konstantin Probst PDF
1995/9 Indigenous Australians in the Economy: Abstracts of Research, 1993-94 [CAEPR] Linda Roach, Hilary Bek PDF
2016/38 Indigenous Data Sovereignty - Toward An Agenda [ANU E Press] John Taylor(Ed.) PDF HTML
2000/17 Indigenous Familes and the Welfare System: Two Community Case Studies [CAEPR] Diane Smith(Ed.) PDF
2005/25 Indigenous people and the Pilbara mining boom: A baseline for regional participation [ANU E Press] John Taylor, Benedict Scambary PDF HTML
2000/19 Jawoyn Nutrition: Aboriginal Nutrition and the Nyirranggulung Health Strategy in Jawoyn Country [CAEPR] John Taylor, Neil Westbury PDF
1999/14 Land Rights at Risk? Evaluations of the Reeves Report [CAEPR] Jon Altman(Ed.), Frances Morphy(Ed.), Tim Rowse (Ed.) PDF
1994/7 Mabo and Native Title: Origins and Institutional Implications [CAEPR] William Sanders PDF
2004/22 Making Sense of the Census: Observations of the 2001 Enumeration in Remote Aboriginal Australia [ANU E Press] David Martin(Ed.), Frances Morphy(Ed.), William Sanders(Ed.), John Taylor(Ed.) PDF HTML
2013/33 My Country, Mine Country: Indigenous People, Mining and Development Contestation in Remote Australia [ANU E Press] Benedict Scambary PDF HTML
2000/18 Ngukurr at the Millennium: A Baseline Profile for Social Impact Planning in South-East Arnhem Land [CAEPR] John Taylor, John Bern, Kate Senior PDF
2009/30 Power, Culture, Economy: Indigenous Australians and Mining [ANU E Press] Jon Altman(Ed.), David Martin(Ed.) PDF HTML
1993/6 Regional Change in the Economic Status of Indigenous Australians, 1986-91 [CAEPR] John Taylor PDF
2016/37 Reluctant Representatives: Blackfella Bureaucrats Speak in Australia's North [ANU E Press] Elizabeth Ganter PDF HTML
2004/24 Social Indicators for Aboriginal Governance Insights from the Thamarrurr Region, Northern Territory [ANU E Press] John Taylor PDF HTML
2012/32 Survey Analysis for Indigenous Policy in Australia [ANU E Press] Boyd Hunter(Ed.), Nicholas Biddle(Ed.) PDF HTML
1996/11 The 1994 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Survey: Findings and Future Prospects [CAEPR] Jon Altman, John Taylor PDF
1994/8 The Housing Need of Indigenous Australians, 1991 [CAEPR] Roger Jones PDF
2001/20 The Indigenous Welfare Economy and the CDEP Scheme [ANU E Press] Frances Morphy(Ed.), William Sanders(Ed.) PDF HTML
1995/10 The Native Title Era: Emerging Issues for Research, Policy and Practice (OUT OF PRINT) [CAEPR] Julie Finlayson, Diane Smith
1993/5 The Relative Economic Status of Indigenous Australians, 1986-9 [CAEPR] John Taylor PDF
2007/27 The Social Effects of Native Title: Recognition, Translation, Coexistence [ANU E Press] Benjamin Smith(Ed.), Frances Morphy(Ed.) PDF HTML
1999/15 Unemployment Payments, the Activity Test and Indigenous Australians: Understanding Breach Rates [CAEPR] William Sanders(Ed.) PDF
1999/16 Why Only One in Three? The Complex Reasons for Low Indigenous School Retention [CAEPR] Jerry Schwab PDF

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