CAEPRCentre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research
CAEPRComprehensive Adverse Event and Potential Risks (clinical drug trials)
CAEPRCentre for Alternative Economic Policy Research (Australia)
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94) Janet Hunt & Diane Smith, Building Indigenous community governance in Australia: Preliminary research findings, CAEPR Working Paper 31 (Canberra: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, 2006) at 68.
Jon Altman, Matthew Gray and Robert Levitus (2005) "Policy Issues for the Community Development Employment Projects Scheme in Rural and Remote Australia", CAEPR Discussion Paper No.
Taylor, The Spatial Context of Indigenous Service Delivery, CAEPR, The Australian National University, Canberra, 2002
1999) 'Three Nations Not One: Indigenous and Other Australian Poverty', CAEPR Working Paper No.
1994) Socioeconomic status at the ATSIC regional level, 1986 and 1991: data for regional planning CAEPR Discussion Paper No.
2001) Sustainable development options on Aboriginal land: the hybrid economy in the twenty-first century, CAEPR Discussion Paper 226/2001, Canberra, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, The Australian National University.
The complex reasons for low Indigenous school retention, CAEPR Research Monograph no.
Biddle (eds), Survey Analysis for Indigenous Policy in Australia: Social Science Perspectives, CAEPR Research Monograph No.
The CAEPR school proposes that Aboriginal people have a 'choice' to live remotely and traditionally (Rowse 2002).
1996) Indigenous Australians and the Socioeconomic Status of Urban Neighbourhoods, CAEPR Discussion Paper No.
Since joining CAEPR in 1995, he has carried out primary and secondary research on issues as diverse as Aboriginal community-controlled schools, notions of educational 'failure' and 'success' among Indigenous students, Indigenous workforce development, and Indigenous education outcomes at the primary, secondary and post-compulsory levels.
Earlier versions were presented at the 2001 meeting of the Australian Anthropological Society, at the workshop Custom: The Fate of Non-Western Law and Indigenous Governance in the 21st Century, held at The Australian National University in 2002, and in the CAEPR Seminar Series at The Australian National University in 2003.