Schumpeter's Bahnbrechen considered in the light of Native Title Legislation and Indigenous entrepreneurship

Kelleher, L 2012, Schumpeter's Bahnbrechen considered in the light of Native Title Legislation and Indigenous entrepreneurship, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Graduate School of Business and Law, RMIT University.


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Title Schumpeter's Bahnbrechen considered in the light of Native Title Legislation and Indigenous entrepreneurship
Author(s) Kelleher, L
Year 2012
Abstract In Australia, the Native Title Act 1993 (NTAct) dramatically altered the business and property environment, constituting a Bahnbrechen or transformative regulatory change which created the benefit of native title recognition for Aboriginals. This Study provides an account of NTAct’s operation and many negative elements, along with its intriguingly positive impact upon entrepreneurial opportunity. It shows that the simple fact of the chaotic setting of a transformative regulatory change shakes things up in a way that impacts upon entrepreneurial opportunity, even while its policies are anti-entrepreneurial and disempowering.
Degree Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Institution RMIT University
School, Department or Centre Graduate School of Business and Law
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