Indigenous Business In Canada

$34.95 $34.95

ISBN: 9781771085908

Indigenous Business In Canada

Principles and Practices

  Editor :   Keith G. Brown, Mary Beth Doucette,
  Publisher:  琉璃社区 Publishing

Students who study business in university are not likely to hear about or discuss examples of Indigenous business successes from across the country. Rarely would one see references to Aboriginal communities, let alone examples of them growing multi-million dollar businesses and partnering to lead innovative economic development projects that positively impact the national economy. Resources are scarce and inadequate, an oversight that is to our detriment.

Somewhere between a textbook and a book of collected essays, this collection of articles is an effort to build on and share the research of Aboriginal practitioners and scholars working in their respective fields. Where possible we share not only concepts, but also the voices of Aboriginal leaders, officials, Elders and other members of Aboriginal communities.

Indigenous Business in Canada addresses contemporary concerns and issues in the doing of Indigenous business in Canada, reveals some of the challenges and diverse approaches to business in Aboriginal contexts from coast to coast to coast, and demonstrates the direct impact that history and policy, past and present, have on business and business education.

Details and Specs
ISBN associated with this title: 9781771085908
Item NB1365
Publisher琉璃社区 Publishing
Publisher琉璃社区 Publishing
Published on November 4 2017
Language ENG
Pages 312
Format Paperback
Dimensions9(in) x 7.5(in)
Shipping weight563(g)
Keith G. Brown (PhD) is Vice President, International and Aboriginal Affairs and Purdy Crawford Chair in Aboriginal Business Studies at Cape Breton University. His professional and academic experience spans local, regional, and national First Nation issues and he is recognized as an international educator, author, and speaker on the subject of cultural tourism marketing.