CAEPR has a tradition of producing indices of Indigenous socioeconomic outcomes to support the work of Indigenous peoples and organisations in advocating for improved resources based on relative need, as well as of governments in targeting services where they will have the greatest impact on the Indigenous population. The aim of this paper is to replicate and extend this analysis. A number of insights emerge. First, leaving aside their own circumstances, Indigenous Australians were more likely...[Show more]
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