Indigenous EconomicsDesignation: INCD 7673
This course introduces various theories and forms of praxis within the Canadian context of Indigenous community economic development, setting it within both historical and contemporary contexts. The work of the course will focus on economic issues in Indigenous Canada, and will include the impact of governance options on Indigenous economics; Indigenous rights and title; rationale and economic roots of income differentials between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples; and economic failures and successes within Indigenous community contexts.
Recommended Prior Study
This course does not have an assigned professor currently