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The Australian National University

Mandy Yap

Document: CAEPR Seminar

The tension between the aspirations and worldviews of indigenous peoples and government reporting frameworks on Indigenous wellbeing has been termed 'the recognition or translation space' (Taylor 2008). Building on Taylor's recognition space, Kukutai and Walter (2015) identify five recognition principles to address statistical functionality for indigenous peoples - geographical diversity, cultural diversity, other ways of knowing, mutual capability building and indigenous decision making.

Document: Working Paper

Many factors contribute to differences in an individual’s command over resources. One of the factors is differences in labour market engagement and the level of education attainment across different geographical areas. However, existing analysis of the Closing the Gap outcomes is limited by the lack of adequate wage data for Indigenous Australians.

Document: Staff Publication

Biddle, N., Taylor,
J. and Yap, M.
'Are the gaps closing? - Regional trends and forecasts of
Indigenous employment', Australian Journal of Labour Economics, 12 (3):
263-80.

Document: Staff Publication

Yap, M. and Biddle, N. 'Gender gaps in Indigenous socioeconomic outcomes: Australian regional comparisons and international possibilities', International Indigenous Policy Journal, 1 (2): 27pp.

Document: Staff Publication

Tanton, R., Harding, A., Daly, A., McNamara, J. and Yap, M. 'Australian children at risk of social exclusion: A spatial index for gauging relative disadvantage', Population, Space and Place, 16 (2): 135-50.

Document: Staff Publication

Biddle, N. and Yap, M. 'Closing the (data) gap', Indigenous Law Bulletin, 7 (19): 17-19.

Document: Staff Publication

Biddle, N. and Yap, M. Demographic and Socioeconomic Outcomes Across the Indigenous Australian Lifecourse: Evidence from the 2006 Census, CAEPR Research Monograph No. 31, ANU E Press, Canberra, xvi+177pp.

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

Prout, S. and Yap, M. ‘“No-one’s really aware of where they are”: A case study of Indigenous student mobilities in Australia’s northwest’, International Journal of Educational Research, 54: 9–20.

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