Indigenous Data Sovereignty

CAEPR Research Monograph Series

  1. Aborigines in the economy: a select annotated bibliography of policy relevant research 1985–90, LM Allen, JC Altman and E Owen (with assistance from WS Arthur), 1991.
  2. Aboriginal employment equity by the year 2000, JC Altman (ed.), published for the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia, 1991.
  3. A national survey of Indigenous Australians: options and implications, JC Altman (ed.), 1992.
  4. Indigenous Australians in the economy: abstracts of research, 1991–92, LM Roach and KA Probst, 1993.
  5. The relative economic status of Indigenous Australians, 1986–91, J Taylor, 1993.
  6. Regional change in the economic status of Indigenous Australians, 1986–91, J Taylor, 1993.
  7. Mabo and native title: origins and institutional implications, W Sanders (ed.), 1994.
  8. The housing need of Indigenous Australians, 1991, R Jones, 1994.
  9. Indigenous Australians in the economy: abstracts of research, 1993–94, LM Roach and HJ Bek, 1995.
  10. The native title era: emerging issues for research, policy, and practice, J Finlayson and DE Smith (eds), 1995.
  11. The 1994 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Survey: findings and future prospects, JC Altman and J Taylor (eds), 1996.
  12. Fighting over country: anthropological perspectives, DE Smith and J Finlayson (eds), 1997.
  13. Connections in native title: genealogies, kinship, and groups, JD Finlayson, B Rigsby and HJ Bek (eds), 1999.
  14. Land rights at risk? Evaluations of the Reeves Report, JC Altman, F Morphy and T Rowse (eds), 1999.
  15. Unemployment payments, the activity test, and Indigenous Australians: understanding breach rates, W Sanders, 1999.
  16. Why only one in three? The complex reasons for low Indigenous school retention, RG Schwab, 1999.
  17. Indigenous families and the welfare system: two community case studies, DE Smith (ed.), 2000.
  18. Ngukurr at the millennium: a baseline profile for social impact planning in south-east Arnhem Land, J Taylor, J Bern and KA Senior, 2000.
  19. Aboriginal nutrition and the Nyirranggulung Health Strategy in Jawoyn country, J Taylor and N Westbury, 2000.
  20. The Indigenous welfare economy and the CDEP scheme, F Morphy and W Sanders (eds), 2001.
  21. Health expenditure, income and health status among Indigenous and other Australians, MC Gray, BH Hunter and J Taylor, 2002.
  22. Making sense of the census: observations of the 2001 enumeration in remote Aboriginal Australia, DF Martin, F Morphy, WG Sanders and J Taylor, 2002.
  23. Aboriginal population profiles for development planning in the northern East Kimberley, J Taylor, 2003.
  24. Social indicators for Aboriginal governance: insights from the Thamarrurr region, Northern Territory, J Taylor, 2004.
  25. Indigenous people and the Pilbara mining boom: a baseline for regional participation, J Taylor and B Scambary, 2005.
  26. Assessing the evidence on Indigenous socioeconomic outcomes: a focus on the 2002 NATSISS, BH Hunter (ed.), 2006.
  27. The social effects of native title: recognition, translation, coexistence, BR Smith and F Morphy (eds), 2007.
  28. Agency, contingency and census process: observations of the 2006 Indigenous Enumeration Strategy in remote Aboriginal Australia, F Morphy (ed.), 2008.
  29. Contested governance: culture, power and institutions in Indigenous Australia, J Hunt, D Smith, S Garling and W Sanders (eds), 2008.
  30. Power, culture, economy: Indigenous Australians and mining, J Altman and D Martin (eds), 2009.
  31. Demographic and socioeconomic outcomes across the Indigenous Australian lifecourse, N Biddle and M Yap, 2010.
  32. Survey analysis for Indigenous policy in Australia: social science perspectives, B Hunter and N Biddle (eds), 2012.
  33. My Country, mine country: Indigenous people, mining and development contestation in remote Australia, B Scambary, 2013.
  34. Indigenous Australians and the National Disability Insurance Scheme, N Biddle, F Al-Yaman, M Gourley, M Gray, JR Bray, B Brady, LA Pham, E Williams and M Montaigne, 2014.
  35. Engaging Indigenous economy: debating diverse approaches, W Sanders (ed.), 2016.
  36. Better than welfare? Work and livelihoods for Indigenous Australians after CDEP, K Jordan (ed.), 2016.
  37. Reluctant representatives: blackfella bureaucrats speak in Australia’s north, E Ganter, 2016.

Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research,

College of Arts and Social Sciences,

The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, 2601

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