Engaging indigenous economy : debating diverse approaches / edited by William Sanders
- Acton, ACT : Australian National University Press, 2016.
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- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (xxii, 306 pages).
- Additional Creators:
- Sanders, Will, 1956-
- Research monograph / Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, College of Arts and Sciences, the Australian National University, Canberra ; no. 35
- Restrictions on Access:
- Open Access Unrestricted online access
- Taking difference seriously: Life, income and work for Jon Altman and friends / Will Sanders -- Part 1: The Hybrid Economy: Theory, Practice and Policy. From Samoa to CAEPR via Mumeka: The hybrid economy comes of age / Geoff Buchanan -- From public policy to pure anthropology: A genealogy of the idea of the hybrid economy / Chris Gregory -- Cultural domains and the theory of customary environmentalism in Indigenous Australia / Kim de Rijke, Richard Martin and David Trigger -- What is the policy significance of the hybrid economy? / Nicolas Peterson -- If the market is the problem, is the hybrid economy the solution? / Katherine Curchin -- Valuing Aboriginal cultural activity: Beyond markets / Kaely Woods -- Hybrid economies as life projects? An example from the Torres Strait / Annick Thomassin -- Indigenous country in the southwest Gulf of Carpentaria: Territories of difference or indifference? / Seán Kerins and Jacky Green -- Indigenous-owned art centres, tourism and economic benefits: The case of Maṟuku Arts / Marianne Riphagen -- Five theses for reinstituting economics: Anthropological lessons from Broome / Stephen Muecke and Ben Dibley -- Part 2: Critiquing Neoliberalism and the Guardian State. Neoliberalism and the return of the guardian state: Micromanaging Indigenous peoples in a new chapter of colonial governance / Shelley Bielefeld -- Media stars and neoliberal news agendas in Indigenous policymaking / Kerry McCallum and Lisa Waller -- Trapped in the gap / Emma Kowal -- Neoliberal rhetoric and guardian state outcomes in Aboriginal land reform / Leon Terrill -- Part 3: Land, Housing and Entrepreneurship: Altman Applied. Dealings in native title and statutory Aboriginal land rights lands in Australia: What land tenure reform is needed? / Ed Wensing -- Exploring hybridity in housing: Lessons for appropriate tenure choices and policy / Louise Crabtree -- The political economy of the Aboriginals Benefit Account: Relevance of the 1985 Altman review 30 years on / David P Pollack -- The work of rights: The nature of native title labour / Pamela McGrath -- Indigenous small businesses in the Australian Indigenous economy / Jock Collins, Mark Morrison, Branka Krivokapic-Skoko, Rose Butler and PK Basu -- Part 4: Personal Reflections. Reflections of a PhD student / Benedict Scambary -- Reflections of a senior colleague / John Nieuwenhuysen AM -- Self-reflections: 1977-2014 / Jon Altman.
- The engagement of Indigenous Australians in economic activity is a matter of long-standing public concern and debate.
- Aboriginal Australians—Economic conditions
- Aboriginal Australians—Land tenure
- Business enterprises, Aboriginal Australian
- Economic systems and structures
- Economics, finance, business and management
- Ethnic studies
- Indigenous peoples
- Politics and government
- Public administration
- Social groups
- Society and culture: general
- Society and social sciences Society and social sciences
- Ethnic relations—Economic aspects
- Australia—Ethnic relations—Economic aspects
- 9781760460044 (electronic bk.)
1760460044 (electronic bk.)
- Digital File Characteristics:
- text file
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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