Publications

CAEPR publishes several series of papers, each with a defined purpose, and also a monograph series through ANU Press.

Policy Insights: Special Series

The CAEPR Policy Insights: Special Series marks the Centre’s 30th anniversary in 2020. It focuses on assessing and taking stock of the past 30 years of Indigenous public policy, and discusses the development of policy over the coming decades. Papers in this series are peer reviewed by academics affiliated to CAEPR.

Commissioned Reports

Commissioned Reports present the outcomes of research that has been commissioned by research partners from the government, community and not-for-profit sectors. Commissioned Reports are considered for publication on a case-by-case basis. Peer review arrangements vary between reports.

Working Papers

Working Papers

The CAEPR Working Paper series exists to disseminate preliminary research findings, to share ideas about a topic, or to elicit discussion and feedback. Papers in this series are peer reviewed by academics affiliated to CAEPR.

Discussion Papers

Discussion Papers

CAEPR has published Discussion Papers since 1991. The series presents the final results of detailed research that is ready for wide distribution. Discussion Papers are subject to peer review by academics who are not affiliated to CAEPR.

Topical Issues

Topical Issues

Topical Issues present a broad range of documents relating to contemporary issues and debates, and are produced for rapid distribution to enable widespread discussion and comment. Papers in this series are peer reviewed by academics affiliated to CAEPR.

Research Monographs

Research Monographs

The series focuses on Australian Indigenous affairs, publishing volumes that report and analyse primary research by CAEPR staff, visitors and associates, and proceedings of CAEPR workshops and conferences. Established in 1991, the series provides a multidisciplinary commentary on major themes and issues in the policy landscape over time. Peer review is by academics not affiliated to CAEPR.

2011 Census Papers

2011 Census Papers

Census Papers document changes to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population in terms of its size, composition, and a range of social and economic indicators, using data from the National Census. This series covers the 2011 census. Papers in this series are peer reviewed by academics affiliated to CAEPR.

2016 Census Papers

2016 Census Papers

Census Papers document changes to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population in terms of its size, composition, and a range of social and economic indicators, using data from the National Census. This series covers the 2016 census papers. Papers in this series are peer reviewed by academics affiliated to CAEPR.

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