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Michelle Cochrane

Document: Staff Publication

Altman, J.C. and Cochrane, M. ‘Sustainable development in the indigenous-owned savanna: Innovative institutional design for cooperative wildlife management’, Wildlife Research, 32: 473–80.

Document: Discussion Paper

This paper examines a particular form of cooperative wildlife management on Aboriginal land in the tropical savanna of the Northern Territory, in the context of broader questions about governance. It asks how governance at the state, regional and local level can be designed to ensure sustainable development and real economic benefit for the region's long term Indigenous residents.

Document: Working Paper

This report is the result of a ten-day general conceptualisation research trip in May 2003 into an Indigenous community to study the Djelk Ranger program operating under the Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation (BAC). During this visit I spent time with several different groups of Rangers and visited several sustainable wildlife harvesting sites which are described here.

Document: Topical Issue

Comment on the Queensland Government's Wildlife Management Review Discussion Paper; by CAEPR researchers Jon Altman and Michelle Cochrane, addressing Indigenous interests and property rights in wildlife, and their sustainable harvest.

Document: Topical Issue

Comments by CAEPR researchers Jon Altman and Michelle Cochrane on the 'Water Property Rights Report' delivered to the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) by the Water CEOs Group.

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