Authors: Stephen Cornell
May 1, 1994
Publication:
Wiener Center for Social Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government

The author addresses issues related to the economic development on Indian reservations. Discussing several myths and findings, he argues that at the tribal level, there is a need to build the kinds of governing institutions that alone are capable of exercising tribal sovereignty effectively, and of sustaining long term, self-determined economic development.

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