Australian fiscal federalism and Aboriginal self-government: Some issues of tactics and targets
This paper documents, then analyses two encounters in the late 1980s and early 1990s between emerging ideas about Aboriginal self-government and Australian fiscal federalism, the system of intergovernmental financial transfers in Australia. One of these encounters involves local government financing and the other State/Territory financing. The paper asks whether Aboriginal organisations which have pursued ideas of self-government through these encounters have had a clear view of what they are...[Show more]
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