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Why Hunter-Gatherers Work: An Ancient Version of the Problem of Public Goods [and Comments and Reply]
People who hunt and gather for a living share some resources more widely than others. A favored hypothesis to explain the differential sharing is that giving up portions of large, unpredictableExpand
Economic Development and Indigenous Australia: Contestations Over Property, Institutions and Ideology
Economic development for remote Indigenous communities cannot be understood unless the relative importance of customary activity, potentially enhanced by native title legal rights in resources, isExpand
The economic status of Indigenous Australians
Alleviating poverty in remote Indigenous Australia: The role of the hybrid economy
While Australia is one of the world’s richest countries in both absolute and per capita terms, many of its Indigenous peoples live in poverty. This paper seeks to elucidate some avenues forExpand
People on country as alternate development
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