Change in the relative economic status of Indigenous males in the 1980s: Australia and the United States compared
The 1980s saw some significant changes in the income distribution in Australia and the United States of America (US). The purpose of this paper is to examine how these changes have affected the relative income status of Indigenous males in each country. In 1980, the average income of a Native American male was 58.3 per cent, and that of the average Australian Indigenous male was 50.5 per cent of their white counterparts. By the end of the decade, the relative income position of the two...[Show more]
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