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Michael Dillon

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Michael C. Dillon

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Discussion paper

23 May 2018

This paper explores the implications which flow from the fact that native title institutions comprise a complex system, or meta-system, and examines the extent and value of innovation within the native title system.

Briefing paper

16 May 2018

This paper provides an overview of the implications for Indigenous Australians of the 2018–19 Federal Budget, focusing on both Indigenous-specific budget announcements, as well as general or mainstream measures that have particular relevance for Indigenous Australians.

Discussion paper

30 Apr 2018

Five academics and visitors at the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research made submissions as part of the Closing the Gap Refresh ‘Have Your Say’ process. The views of these individuals have been consolidated into this document to ensure their longer-term availability.

Discussion paper

25 Jul 2017

The emergence of public policy for native title over the past quarter century, built on a complex array of conceptual foundations which derive from Indigenous tradition, the common law, statute law, anthropology, history and politics, invites the question: what next?

Article

19 Dec 2007

If Treasury is to play an effective role in Indigenous policy, it must focus on what's inhibiting effective government engagement, argue NEIL WESTBURY and MICHAEL DILLON.

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