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Akee, R., & Jorgensen, M. (2014). Property Institutions and Business Investments on American Indian Reservations . Regional Science and Urban Economics, 46, 116-125. doi: 10.1016/j.regsciurbeco.2014.04.001

Akee, R., Jorgensen, M., & Sunde, U. (2015).Critical Junctures and Economic Development - Evidence from the Adoption of Constitutions Among American Indian Nations. Journal of Comparative Economics, 43(4), 844-861. doi: 10.1016/j.jce.2015.08.004

Cornell, S. (1988). The Return of the Native: American Indian Political Resurgence. New York: Oxford University Press.

Cornell, S. (2013). Reconstituting Native Nations: Colonial Boundaries and Institutional Innovation in Canada, Australia, and the United States . In R. Walker, T. Jojola, & D. Natcher (Eds.), Reclaiming Indigenous Planning (pp. 35-59). Canada: McGill-Queen's University Press.


Cornell, S. (2015). "Wolves Have A Constitution:" Continuities in Indigenous Self-Government. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 6(1). doi: 10.18584/iipj.2015.6.1.8

Cornell, S. (2015). Processes of Native Nationhood: The Indigenous Politics of Self-Government. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 6(4). doi: 10.18584/iipj.2015.6.4.4

Cornell, S., & Hartmann, D. (2007). Ethnicity and Race: Making Identities In A Changing World (Second ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press.

Cornell, S., Jorgensen, M., Rainie, S. C., Starks, R. R., & Grogan, M. (2014). Self-Determination And American Indian Health Care: The Shift To Tribal Control. Tucson, AZ: Native Nations Institute.

Flies Away, J. T., Garrow, C., & Jorgensen, M. (2005). Divorce and Real Property on American Indian Reservations: Lessons for First Nations and Canada. Atlantis: A Women's Studies Journal/Revue d'etudes sur les femmes, 29(2), 81-92.

Jäger, M. B., Starks, R. R., Smith, A. T., & Jorgensen, M. (2015, Summer). Culture and Law: Preliminary Findings in a Review of 100+ Tribal Welfare Codes. The Judges' Page Newsletter. Retrieved from http://www.casaforchildren.org/site/c.mtJSJ7MPIsE/b.9299977/k.9128/Article4_Jager_Starks_Smith_Jorgensen.htm

Jorgensen, M. (2012). Sustaining Indigenous Culture: The Structure, Activities, And Needs Of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums. Oklahoma City, OK: Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums.

Jorgensen, M. (2014). Four Contemporary Tensions in Indigenous Nation Building: Challenges for Leadership. In C. Voyaguer, L. Brearley, & B. Calliou (Eds.), Restorying Indigenous Leadership: Wise Practices in Community Development (pp. 185-213). Banff, Alberta: Banff Centre for Leadership, Management, and the Arts.

Jorgensen, M. (2014). Review of The White Earth Nation: Ratification of a Native Democratic Constitution. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 38(3), 205-220. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.17953/aicr.38.3.y4wx334765270046

Jorgensen, M., Ali, S., Kalt, J. P., McInnes, A., Medore, A. B., & Youpee-Roll, A. (2014). On Improving Tribal-Corporate Relations in the Mining Sector: A White Paper on Strategies For Both Sides of the Table. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development

Jorgensen, M., Morris, T., & Feller, S. (2014). Digital Inclusion in Native Communities: The Role of Tribal Libraries. Oklahoma City, OK: Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums.

Jorgensen, M., & Starks, R. (2014). Forwarding First Nation Goals Through Enterprise Ownership: The Mikisew Group of Companies. Tucson, AZ: Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and Policy.

Rainie, S., Jorgensen, M., Cornell, S., & Arsenault, J. (2015). The Changing Landscape of Health Care Provision to American Indian Nations. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 39(1), 1-24. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.17953/aicr.39.1.j1u030g668113...

Rainie, S. C. (2015). Reimagining Indigenous Health: Moving Beyond the Social Determinants of Health. Tucson, AZ: Native Nations Institute.

Robertson, P., Jorgensen, M., & Garrow, C. (2004). Indigenizing Evaluation Research: How Lakota Methodologies Are Helping "Raise the Tipi" in the Oglala Sioux Nation. American Indian Quarterly, 28(3/4), 499-526. doi: 10.1353/aiq.2004.0106

Schultz, J. L., Corral, S., Jorgensen, M., & Rainie, S. (2014). Gender And Employment In U.S. Native Nations: 1990-2000. Tucson, AZ: Native Nations Institute.

Schultz, J. L., & Rainie, S. C. (2014, June 3). Good Data Leads to Good Sovereignty. Indian Country Today Media Network.com. Retrieved from http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2014/06/03/good-data-leads-good-sovereignty

Schultz, J. L., & Rainie, S. C. (2014). The Strategic Power of Data: A Key Aspect of Sovereignty. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 5(4). doi: 10.18584/iipj.2014.5.4.1

Schultz, J. L., Rainie, S. C., & Starks, R. R. (2015). Residence, Community Engagement, and Citizenship: How Do Non-Resident Tribal Citizens Connect With Native Nations? Tucson, AZ: Native Nations Institute.

Seelau, R. (2014). Tribal Sovereign Immunity: A Tool for Strengthening Courts and Economies. Tucson, AZ: Native Nations Institute.

Seelau, R., & Record, I. (2013, November 8). How Tribes Can Prepare for Tribal Sovereignty Blow From Supreme Court. Indian Country Today Media Network.com. Retrieved from http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2013/11/08/sovereign-immunity-and-bay-mills-case-how-tribes-can-prepare

Seelau, R., & Record, I. (2013, November 5). Will the Supreme Court Use Bay Mills Case to Blow Up Tribal Sovereignty? Indian Country Today Media Network.com. Retrieved from http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2013/11/05/sovereign-immunity-and-bay-mills-case-how-tribes-can-prepare

Seelau, R., & Record, I. (2014, June 24). The Bay Mills Case: An Opportunity for Native Nations. Indian Country Today Media Network.com. Retrieved from http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2014/06/24/bay-mills-case-opportunity-native-nations

Smith, A. T., Jäger, M. B., & Starks, R. (2015).Protecting Our Children Through Tribal Law: A Review of 100+ Tribal Child Welfare Codes (Part II). Tucson, AZ: Native Nations Institute and National Indian Child Welfare Association.

Starks, R., Smith, A. T., & Jäger, M. B. (2015). Protecting Our Children Through Tribal Law: A Review of 100+ Tribal Child Welfare Codes. Tucson, AZ: Native Nations Institute and National Indian Child Welfare Association.

Starks, R., Tulk, E., Young, T., Doucette, M. B., Bernard, T., & Knockwood, C. (2013). Managing Land, Governing for the Future: Finding the Path Forward for Membertou. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia: Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat.

Starks, R. R., & Quijada-Mascareñas. (2009). A Convergence of Borders: Indigenous Peoples and Environmental Conservation at the U.S.-Mexico Border. In L. López-Hoffman, E. McGovern, R. Varady, & K. Flessa (Eds.), Conservation of Shared Environments: Learning from the United States and Mexico (pp. 54-70). Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.

Tatum, M. L., Jorgensen, M., Guss, M. E., & Deer, S. (2014). Structuring Sovereignty: Constitutions of Native Nations. Los Angeles, CA: American Indian Studies Center.

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