The job still ahead: economic costs of continuing Indigenous employment disparity
There is now a substantial literature detailing the relatively low economic status of Indigenous Australians and examining underlying causes over the past 30 years (Altman and Nieuwenhuysen 1979; Fisk 1985; Miller 1985; Altman 1991; Taylor 1993; Daly 1995; Taylor and Altman 1997). Viewed collectively, these analyses reveal the continuing economic plight of Indigenous peoples. Also revealed, however, are labour market trends that run counter, at times, to the economic cycle. This is due, in...[Show more]
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