The Resource Chasing the money story : an evaluation of the Tangentyere Bank Pilot Project and its relevance to Indigenous communities in central Australia, S. McDonnell, (electronic resource)

Chasing the money story : an evaluation of the Tangentyere Bank Pilot Project and its relevance to Indigenous communities in central Australia, S. McDonnell, (electronic resource)

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Chasing the money story : an evaluation of the Tangentyere Bank Pilot Project and its relevance to Indigenous communities in central Australia
Title
Chasing the money story
Title remainder
an evaluation of the Tangentyere Bank Pilot Project and its relevance to Indigenous communities in central Australia
Statement of responsibility
S. McDonnell
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Language
eng
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McDonnell, S.
Dewey number
332.1099429
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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Australian National University
Series statement
CAEPR working paper,
Series volume
no. 21/2003
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  • Tangentyere Council (Alice Springs, N. T.)
  • Tangentyere Bank Pilot Project
  • Banks and banking
  • Banks and banking
  • Banks and banking
  • Finance, Public
  • Literacy programs
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Chasing the money story : an evaluation of the Tangentyere Bank Pilot Project and its relevance to Indigenous communities in central Australia, S. McDonnell, (electronic resource)
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Title from title screen (viewed on 18 Sept. 2003)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Executive Summary and Recommendations -- Introduction - Research methodology -- An evaluation of the Tangentyere Bank Pilot Project - The Tangentyere Council - A statistical profile of the town camps - Tangentyere banking and financial services - The provision of face-to-face banking services at Tangentyere - The role of financial literacy programs in aiding the transition from cheque to electronic banking - Problems associated with electronic banking - Fees charged - Benefits associated with electronic banking - Electronic banking and book-up - Financial literacy training at Tangentyere - History of the Tangentyere Bank Pilot Project -Operational features of the project - Project funding - Overall project evaluation - The Tangentyere weekly payments trial -- Relevance to remote Indigenous communities - The provision of face-to-face banking services in Indigenous communities in central Australia - The RTC Program - Regional RTCs - An RTC partnership with Giropost - Partnerships with Centrelink - Partnerships with other Indigenous organisations - The role of financial literacy programs in aiding the transition from cheque to electronic banking in Indigenous communities in central Australia - The regional cost savings to DFACS in changing people to electronic banking - Expanding the Tangentyere Bank Pilot Project to other central Australian communities - Weekly payments for Indigenous communities in central Australia -- Key findings -- Appendix A. Interviews conducted for the evaluation of the Tangentyere Bank Pilot Project -- Appendix B. A map of the Tangentyere town camps -- Appendix C. Operational issues for financial service providers -- References
Control code
000024950670
Extent
ii, 30 p.
Form of item
electronic
System details
  • Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web. Available at: http://online.anu.edu.au/caepr/Publications/WP/CAEPRWP21.pdf
  • System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader required to view document
Type of computer file
Text, pdf.
Label
Chasing the money story : an evaluation of the Tangentyere Bank Pilot Project and its relevance to Indigenous communities in central Australia, S. McDonnell, (electronic resource)
Link
Publication
Note
Title from title screen (viewed on 18 Sept. 2003)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Executive Summary and Recommendations -- Introduction - Research methodology -- An evaluation of the Tangentyere Bank Pilot Project - The Tangentyere Council - A statistical profile of the town camps - Tangentyere banking and financial services - The provision of face-to-face banking services at Tangentyere - The role of financial literacy programs in aiding the transition from cheque to electronic banking - Problems associated with electronic banking - Fees charged - Benefits associated with electronic banking - Electronic banking and book-up - Financial literacy training at Tangentyere - History of the Tangentyere Bank Pilot Project -Operational features of the project - Project funding - Overall project evaluation - The Tangentyere weekly payments trial -- Relevance to remote Indigenous communities - The provision of face-to-face banking services in Indigenous communities in central Australia - The RTC Program - Regional RTCs - An RTC partnership with Giropost - Partnerships with Centrelink - Partnerships with other Indigenous organisations - The role of financial literacy programs in aiding the transition from cheque to electronic banking in Indigenous communities in central Australia - The regional cost savings to DFACS in changing people to electronic banking - Expanding the Tangentyere Bank Pilot Project to other central Australian communities - Weekly payments for Indigenous communities in central Australia -- Key findings -- Appendix A. Interviews conducted for the evaluation of the Tangentyere Bank Pilot Project -- Appendix B. A map of the Tangentyere town camps -- Appendix C. Operational issues for financial service providers -- References
Control code
000024950670
Extent
ii, 30 p.
Form of item
electronic
System details
  • Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web. Available at: http://online.anu.edu.au/caepr/Publications/WP/CAEPRWP21.pdf
  • System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader required to view document
Type of computer file
Text, pdf.

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