American Indian business: principles and practices (Deanna M. Kennedy, et al eds)
Keywords: Native American Indians, Indigenous people, business, economic development, Native American Indian corporations, trust land, reservations, Indian Reorganization Act
AbstractThis article reveiws the book. 'American Indian business: princples and practices,' and argues that it makes a valuable contribution to the literature. Some people may not agree with the promotion of business but there is demonstrable evidence that Indigenous people are conducting business on their own terms and in their own way. Rather than seeing business enterprise as foregin concept imposed on Indigenous people, this book highlights how Indigenous knowledge is part of the philiosophy of economic development in American Indian communities.
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HudsonS. J. (2018). American Indian business: principles and practices (Deanna M. Kennedy, et al eds). Transmotion, 4(1), 159-161. https://doi.org/10.22024/UniKent/03/tm.514
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