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

By Paul Kauffman, PhD FAIM, FASA.

Published by The Organization Collection

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Indigenous people and changes in employment and economic status.

Keywords: Indigenous peoples of USA Canada New Zealand and Australia, Employment and economic development, Business and globalization

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 4, pp.65-82. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.245MB).

Paul Kauffman, PhD FAIM, FASA

Paul Kauffman (Ph.D. A.N.U. 1982) works on Indigenous policy. He was appointed Associate Professor at the University of Canberra from 1997, was a Director of Multicultural Affairs and held visiting appointments at Cambridge (1998), Konstanz (2001) OECD (2002, 2003) and UBC (2004). His books include "Wik, Mining and Aborigines" (Allen & Unwin), "Travelling Aboriginal Australia: Discovery and Reconciliation" (Hyland House) and "Water and Fishing: Aboriginal Rights in Australia and Canada" FAIM, FASA.


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