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Indigenous labour supply constraints in the West Kimberley [electronic resource] / J. Taylor
Bib ID 4587955
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Taylor, John, 1953-
 
Online Access
Online Versions
Description Canberra : Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, 2008 
ISBN 0731549376
Series

CAEPR working paper (Online) ; 2008/39. 1442-3871.

PANDORA electronic collection.

Technical Details

Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web. Address as at 18/07/2011: http://caepr.anu.edu.au/Publications/WP/2008WP39.php. 

System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader required to view title. 

Summary

The West Kimberley is the latest region in Western Australia poised to reap huge benefits from a super-cycle of resource exploitation. Labour demand is at an all-time high and challenges in securing an adequate labour supply are already emerging. Juxtaposed is an Indigenous population that has sizeable cohorts moving into working-age groups but is poorly situated to share in the benefits of economic growth for want of adequate capacities to participate. As a companion to CAEPR Working Paper 35, this paper examines a set of supply-side issues that undermine successful Indigenous participation. These are more wide-ranging than just the skill-set brought to the labour market, and include many of the factors that underpin the very acquisition of such skills in the first place. Importantly, they include key points of intersection between Indigenous peoples and government policy. Three of these are examined here: housing, health and interaction with the criminal justice system. Essential background to the analysis is provided by examining recent change to that most fundamental element of labour supply, namely the size and composition of the regional working-age population.

Partial contents
  • Background
  • Population change in the West Kimberley 2001-2006
  • Indigenous housing status
  • Health status
  • Interaction with the criminal justice system
  • Policy implications
  • References.
 
Notes

Title from title screen (viewed on June 10, 2008)

Includes bibliographical references.

Text and graphics.

Selected for archiving

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Employment -- Western Australia -- West Kimberley.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Housing -- Western Australia -- West Kimberley.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Health and hygiene -- Western Australia -- West Kimberley.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Criminal Justice System -- Western Australia -- West Kimberley.  |  Habitation - Homeless.  |  Health status - Morbidity and mortality rates.  |  Migration, Internal -- Western Australia.  |  Habitation - Homeless.  |  Health status - Morbidity and mortality rates.  |  West Kimberley area (WA SD51, SD52, SE51)  |  West Kimberley area (WA SD51, SD52, SE51)  |  Aborigines  |  Kimberley Region  |  Employment participation  |  Supply side economics  |  Skills  |  Trends to 2025  |  Labour market  |  Health status  |  Housing  |  Internal migration  |  Participation in education  |  Statistics
Other authors/contributors Australian National University. Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research
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