Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR)

The Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR) was established at The Australian National University in April 1990. The principal objective of CAEPR is to undertake high-quality, independent research that will assist in furthering the social and economic development and empowerment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people throughout Australia. It aims to combine academic and teaching excellence on Indigenous economic and social development and public policy with realism, objectivity and relevance.

Australia’s major social science research centre focusing on Indigenous economic and social policy from a national perspective, it is a unique national and international centre, a leading research think-tank on Indigenous policy issues, and operates in a complex political arena. Since 1990 it has established an unrivalled reputation and track record in a difficult public policy area of national significance. A central goal at CAEPR is to continue to create and build long-term partnerships with Indigenous stakeholders with a view to supporting and working with key individuals and organisations in the areas of research, education and policy development.

The Neoliberal State, Recognition and Indigenous Rights

The Neoliberal State, Recognition and Indigenous Rights »

New paternalism to new imaginings

Edited by: Deirdre Howard-Wagner, Maria Bargh, Isabel Altamirano-Jiménez
ISBN (print): 9781760462208
ISBN (online): 9781760462215
Publication date: July 2018
Teaching ‘Proper’ Drinking?

Teaching ‘Proper’ Drinking? »

Clubs and pubs in Indigenous Australia

Authored by: Maggie Brady
ISBN (print): 9781760461577
ISBN (online): 9781760461584
Publication date: December 2017
Reluctant Representatives

Reluctant Representatives »

Blackfella bureaucrats speak in Australia’s north

Authored by: Elizabeth Ganter
ISBN (print): 9781760460327
ISBN (online): 9781760460334
Publication date: November 2016
Indigenous Data Sovereignty

Indigenous Data Sovereignty »

Toward an agenda

Edited by: Tahu Kukutai, John Taylor
ISBN (print): 9781760460303
ISBN (online): 9781760460310
Publication date: November 2016
Better Than Welfare?

Better Than Welfare? »

Work and livelihoods for Indigenous Australians after CDEP

Edited by: Kirrily Jordan
ISBN (print): 9781760460273
ISBN (online): 9781760460280
Publication date: August 2016
Engaging Indigenous Economy

Engaging Indigenous Economy »

Debating diverse approaches

Edited by: Will Sanders
ISBN (print): 9781760460037
ISBN (online): 9781760460044
Publication date: April 2016

Indigenous Australians and the National Disability Insurance Scheme »

Authored by: Nicholas Biddle, Fadwa Al-Yaman, Michelle Gourley, Matthew Gray, J. Rob Bray, Brendan Brady, Le Anh Pham, Emma Williams, Maxine Montaigne
ISBN (print): 9781925021882
ISBN (online): 9781925021899
Publication date: October 2014

My Country, Mine Country »

Indigenous people, mining and development contestation in remote Australia

Authored by: Benedict Scambary
ISBN (print): 9781922144720
ISBN (online): 9781922144737
Publication date: May 2013

Survey Analysis for Indigenous Policy in Australia »

Social Sciences Perspectives

Edited by: Boyd Hunter, Nicholas Biddle
ISBN (print): 9781922144188
ISBN (online): 9781922144195
Publication date: November 2012

Demographic and Socioeconomic Outcomes Across the Indigenous Australian Lifecourse »

Evidence from the 2006 Census

Authored by: Nicholas Biddle, Mandy Yap
ISBN (print): 9781921862021
ISBN (online): 9781921862038
Publication date: December 2010

Power, Culture, Economy »

Indigenous Australians and Mining

Edited by: Jon Altman, David Martin
ISBN (print): 9781921536861
ISBN (online): 9781921536878
Publication date: August 2009

Contested Governance »

Culture, power and institutions in Indigenous Australia

Edited by: Janet Hunt, Diane Smith, Stephanie Garling, Will Sanders
ISBN (print): 9781921536045
ISBN (online): 9781921536052
Publication date: October 2008

Agency, Contingency and Census Process »

Observations of the 2006 Indigenous Enumeration Strategy in remote Aboriginal Australia

Edited by: Frances Morphy
ISBN (print): 9781921313585
ISBN (online): 9781921313592
Publication date: December 2007

The Social Effects of Native Title »

Recognition, Translation, Coexistence

Edited by: Benjamin R. Smith, Frances Morphy
ISBN (print): 9781921313516
ISBN (online): 9781921313523
Publication date: October 2007

Assessing the Evidence on Indigenous Socioeconomic Outcomes »

A focus on the 2002 NATSISS

Edited by: Boyd Hunter
ISBN (print): 1 920942 19 X
ISBN (online): 1 920942 64 5
Publication date: June 2006

Indigenous People and the Pilbara Mining Boom »

A baseline for regional participation

Authored by: John Taylor, B. Scambary
ISBN (print): 1 9209424 0 8
ISBN (online): 1 9209425 4 8
Publication date: January 2006

Social Indicators for Aboriginal Governance »

Insights from the Thamarrurr Region, Northern Territory

Authored by: John Taylor
ISBN (print): 1 9209421 3 0
ISBN (online): 1 9209421 2 2
Publication date: October 2004

Health Expenditure, Income and Health Status Among Indigenous and Other Australians »

Authored by: Matthew Gray, Boyd Hunter, John Taylor
ISBN (print): 1 9209421 5 7
ISBN (online): 1 9209421 4 9
Publication date: August 2004

The Indigenous Welfare Economy and the CDEP Scheme »

Edited by: Frances Morphy, Will Sanders
ISBN (print): 1 9209420 4 1
ISBN (online): 0 9751229 3 2
Publication date: May 2004

Making Sense of the Census »

Observations of the 2001 Enumeration in Remote Aboriginal Australia

Edited by: David Martin, Frances Morphy, Will Sanders, John Taylor
ISBN (print): 0 9751229 4 0
ISBN (online): 1 9209420 2 5
Publication date: March 2004

Aboriginal Population Profiles for Development Planning in the Northern East Kimberley »

Authored by: John Taylor
ISBN (print): 1 9209420 8 4
ISBN (online): 1 9209420 3 3
Publication date: March 2004