CAEPR

AcronymDefinition
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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--and Owen Stanley 2005 The Opportunity Costs of the Status Quo in the Thamarrurr Region, Northern Territory, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, The Australian National University, Canberra (CAEPR Working Paper 28).
CAEPR (Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research) 2008 Education, Training and Indigenous Futures: CAEPR policy research 1990-2007, CAEPR, The Australian National University, Canberra <www.anu.edu.au/caepr/education.php> accessed 14 November 2008.
--and M Gray 2012 Continuity and change in the CDEP scheme (CAEPR working paper no.84/2012), <http://caepr.anu.edu.au/Publications/WP/2012WP84.php> accessed 24 April 2016.
(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.
Bi, "Sovereign Risk Premia, Fiscal Limits and Fiscal Policy," CAEPR Working Paper No.
In Making Sense of the Census (2002) and Agency, Contingency and the Census Process (2007), the CAEPR authors give a critical account of the enumeration of remote-living Indigenous Australians.
The supply of alcohol in remote Aboriginal communities: Potential policy directions from Cape York (CAEPR Discussion Paper No.
Center for Applied Economics and Policy Research, Economics Department, Indiana University, Bloomington, CAEPR working papers: 2006-019, 1-39.
Taylor (Eds), Making Sense of the Census: Observations of the 2001 Enumeration in Remote Aboriginal Australia, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), The Australian National University, Canberra, 2002, pp 29-75; F.
Australian National University's Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR).