Discussions about economic development in northern Australia tend to ignore the role of Aboriginal people. When issues affecting Aboriginal people are raised in public debate, it is generally within a welfare policy context. There is little recognition that Aboriginal people are engaged in a wide range of commercial activities, and their economic contribution to many local and regional economies is systematically ignored. In this respect, Aborigines are ‘invisible people’.
The economy of...[Show more]
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