Academic reports and evaluations

LIST OF ACADEMIC REPORTS  INDUE CARDS AND COMPULSORY INCOME MANAGEMENT:


ANTAR: Background paper cashless debit card

HIDDEN COSTS: AN INDEPENDENT STUDY INTO INCOME MANAGEMENT IN AUSTRALIA -Prof Greg Marston, A/Prof Philip Mendes, Dr Shelley Bielefeld, Dr Michelle Peterie, Dr Zoe Staines and Mr Steven Roche

The cashless debit card and rights of persons with disabilities

Compulsory Income Management: A Critical Examination of the Emergence of Conditional Welfare in Australia

In the Name of 'Digital Inclusion': The true cost of the automation and privatisation of Australia's social security system - Susan Tilly [p28]

The Australian Labor Party and Compulsory Income Management: How and why did they reverse their position? -Phillip Mednes[p47]

Tensions and contradictions in Australian social policy reform: compulsory Income Management and the National Disability Insurance Scheme

CEDUNA: Dr Eve Vincent: Department of Anthropology Macquarie University

The "White Card" is grey: Surveillance, endurance and the Cashless Debit Card

"Moved on"? An exploratory study of the Cashless Debit Card and Indigenous mobility

Compulsory income management: Combating or compounding the underlying causes of homelessness?

Introduction for Special Issue on Income Management

Neo-liberal subjectivity and the behavioral focus on income management

CASHLESS WELFARE CARDS CONTROLLING SPENDING PATTERNS TO WHAT END?

Welfare Surveillance, Income Management and New Paternalism in Australia

Discussion of Ultimate Ownership, Income Management, and Legal and Extra-Legal Institutions

Income management in Australia: A critical examination of the evidence

The Cashless Debit Card trial in the East Kimberley

Compulsory Income Management and Indigenous Australians: Delivering Social Justice or Furthering Colonial Domination

Alternatives to Income Management Prepared for: Aboriginal Affairs, NSW Department of Education

Cashless Welfare Transfers for 'Vulnerable' Welfare Recipients: Law, Ethics and Vulnerability - Dr Shelley Bielefeld:

Submission by the Australian Centre for Health Law Research to the Australian Human Rights Commission Human Rights and Technology Issues Paper

Contemporary Tools of Dispossession: The Cashless Debit Card Trial in the East Kimberley

The Cashless Debit Card Trial Evaluation: A Short Review - Dr Janet Hunt

The Impact of Income Management on Child Protection - SA Uni

Impact of income management on store sales in the Northern Territory