Paul Kauffman has traveled with Australian indigenous leaders in North America and New Zealand. He has administered indigenous housing, land, heritage and cultural programs since 1985. He was appointed Associate Professor at the University of Canberra in 1997 and worked in multicultural affairs in Australia and at the OECD in Europe in 2000-2002. He has investigated diversity and international business in North America and Europe. His recent books are Wik, Mining and Aborigines Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1998, and Travelling Aboriginal Australia: Discovery and Reconciliation Hyland House, Melbourne, 2000. Memberships: FAIM, FASA, ISA, AIATSIS.


Publications:
Diversity Linked to Economic Success: A Methodology for Establishing the Economic Impact of Diversity Management, and Preliminary Conclusions

Establishes a method for measuring the economic success and the diversity of publicly listed firms.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Article: Electronic

$US5.00
Diversity and Indigenous Policy Outcomes: Comparisons between Four Nations

Social indicators on Indigenous groups in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States are analysed in this paper to provide an overview of their social and economic circumstances

Article: Print

$US10.00

Article: Electronic

$US5.00
A Century for Multicultural Learning: OECD Research and Productive Diversity

The aim of this article is to investigate whether aspects of globalization have significantly changed educational requirements, particularly with respect to ‘multicultural competence’.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Article: Electronic

$US5.00
Where are you coming from and where are you going to: Indigenous People’s Past and Futures in Four OECD Nations

Article: Electronic

$US5.00

Article: Print

$US10.00
Learning from the United States? The Relevance of Self-Determination and Diversity for the Economic well-being of Indigenous Peoples

Article: Electronic

$US5.00

Article: Print

$US10.00
Global Dominance and the Cultures of Successful Global Companies

Book: Electronic

$US5.00

Book: Print

$US10.00
Employment, Economic Development and the Management of Indigenous Cultures: The Causes of Indigenous Economic Development and Under-Development in OECD Countries

Indigenous people and changes in employment and economic status.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Article: Electronic

$US5.00
Knowledge, Culture and Learning: Surviving and Prospering in the Age of Globalization

This paper considers some of the cultural effects of globalisation, considered in a broad historical and disciplinary context.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Article: Electronic

$US5.00
Eternal Love (Agape) for the Desperate and Poor: The Kingdom of God in Paul’s Corinth

Dedicating one’s life to brotherly and sisterly love (“agape” in Greek) is the main marker of “the kingdom of God."

Article: Print

$US10.00

Article: Electronic

$US5.00