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New research shows how Indigenous-owned businesses are creating better outcomes for their employees

By Christian Eva, PhD Candidate and Research Officer, Australian National University
Jessica Harris, Lecturer Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics, Griffith University
Kerry Bodle, Associate Professor Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics, Griffith University
We are seeing more Indigenous businesses in Australia. This is important, given these businesses produce social impact, support Indigenous economic self-determination and maintain strong levels of Indigenous employment.

When we hear about Indigenous knowledge businesses, we often think about how this knowledge is presented within a business’ product or service, such as through art, tourism or clothing. What is less understood is the role Indigenous knowledge can play in the organisation and culture of a business, and the profound impact this can have.

There is still a

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