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  1. "…This paper describes one organizational approach that can help to overcome certain of these obstacles to economic development: the semi-autonomous tribal development corporation. The appropriatness of a development corporation for any particular...
  2. "…Under the auspices of the federal trust responsibility, the U.S. Federal Government has historically conducted various enterprises, including the maintenance and marketing of Indian timber resources, on behalf of Indian tribes through the Bureau...
  3. "…We argue that the foundations of effective collective institutions sit on the processes of normative and positive acculturation of individuals, and we refer to socially shared normative and positive conceptions (or "norms") in the realm...
  4. "…What are the ingredients that are nessessary for a society to improve its economic standard of living with social and political consequences that the members of that society find acceptable? How do members of a society accomplish a substantive...
  5. Over the past several decades, numerous American Indian nations have been revising their constitutions to create more legitimate, effective and culturally-appropriate governments. However, successful processes of reform have been hindered by a variety...
  6. "Harvard Project research makes clear that the welfare of American Indian nations in the twenty-first century will depend crucially on their ability to design effective, culturally-appropriate governing institutions and to implement informed...
  7. A pressing international challenge is developing processes of constitution-making that manage the politics of reform and produce legitimate and effective constitutions. This challenge is of special concern for numerous American Indian nations that...
  8. "…For the past several years the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development has been examining the conditions under which self-determined econimic development might be successful on American Indian reservations. The heart of the...
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  10. Stephen Cornell and Jonathan B. Taylor speak at the National Congress of American Indians Mid-Year Session in Juneau, Alaska on June 26, 2000. "Our remarks stand back a bit from the particular circumstances of any one state-tribal relationship to...

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