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Julie Lahn

Document: CAEPR Seminar

This seminar explores the themes of a research project into reciprocal accountability and the public value created by Aboriginal organisations in the Kimberley. The concept of public value was advanced by Moore in the early 1980s when neo-liberal public management first threatened to dominate the administrative apparatus of the Anglophone states. It has been refined since, and offers an alternative, now that neo-liberal public management faces widespread public disillusion.

Document: Working Paper

Despite some success in recruiting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the Australian Public Service (APS), the long-term trend is one of declining representation. A fundamental issue is that rates of separation among Indigenous public servants remain consistently greater than those of their non-Indigenous counterparts.

Document: CAEPR Seminar

Despite some success in recruiting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the Australian Public Service (APS), the long-term trend is one of declining representation. A fundamental issue is that rates of separation among Indigenous public servants remain consistently greater than their non-Indigenous counterparts. The research presented here seeks to understand the reasons Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees are opting to leave the APS.

Document: Staff Publication

Lahn, J. 'Women's gift-fish and sociality in the Torres Strait, Australia', Oceania, 76 (3): 297-309.

Document: Staff Publication

Lahn, J. 'Native title and the Torres Strait: Encompassment and recognition in the central islands', in B.R. Smith and F. Morphy (eds), The Social Effects of Native Title: Recognition, Translation, Coexistence, CAEPR Research Monograph No. 27, ANU E Press, Canberra, pp. 135-49.

Document: Staff Publication

Lahn, J. 'Finders keepers, losers weepers: A social history of the Kow Swamp remains', in L. Smith (ed.), Cultural Heritage: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies, Routledge, London. (2006)

Document: Staff Publication

Lahn, J. Aboriginal People, Money and Financial Literacy: Shepparton in a National Context, Report to First Nations Foundation, 9pp.

Document: Staff Publication

Taylor, J., Gray, M., Hunter, B., YAP, L-M. and Lahn, J. Higher Education and the Growth of Indigenous Participation in Professional and Managerial Occupations, Draft report to DEEWR to assist the Review of Higher Education Access and Outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, October, x+33pp.

Document: Staff Publication

 

Taylor, J., Gray, M., Hunter, B., Yap, M. and Lahn, J. Higher Education and the Growth of Indigenous Participation in Professional Occupations, Report to the Review of Indigenous Higher Education, Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Canberra, 33pp.

 

Document: Staff Publication

Lahn, J. ‘Poverty, work and social networks: The role of social capital for Aboriginal people in urban Australian locales’, Urban Policy and Research, 30: 3: 293–308.

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