Money, business and culture: Issues for Aboriginal economic policy
A central issue facing policy makers is how to meet principles of equity and social justice in access to economic benefits for Australia’s diverse regional, ethnic and Indigenous populations, while at the same time ensuring broad national goals of economic development are met. This issue is particularly complex in the case of Aboriginal people. A wide range of formal social statistical indicators demonstrate that while there are significant regional variations, Aboriginal populations across...[Show more]
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