Papers, Articles, and Chapters

Cornell, S., & Jorgensen, M. (2010). Native Nations and Arizona's economy. In V. Pavlakovich-Kochi & J. E. McCormack (Eds.), Building Arizona's future: Jobs, innovation and competitiveness (pp. 137-141). Tucson, AZ: Arizona Town Hall and University of Arizona. Retrieved from
Cornell, S., & Kalt, J. P. (2010). American Indian self-determination: The political economy of a policy that works. Faculty Research Working Paper Series. Cambridge, MA: John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
Jorgensen, M., & Starks, R. (2010). Supporting a burgeoning revival of Native arts: Leaders wanted. Native Arts and Cultures: Research, growth and opportunities for philanthropic support (pp. 16-27). United States of America: Ford Foundation.
Jorgensen, M., & Morris, P. (2010). Tribal experience with children's accounts. Children and Youth Services Review, 32(11), 1528-1537. doi: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2010.03.017.
Cornell, S., Jorgensen, M., & Kalt, J. P. (2009). Becoming public sociology: Indigenous nations, dialogue, and change. In V. Jeffries (Ed.), Handbook of public sociology (pp. 263-279). Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
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.
Anderson, W., Jorgensen, M., Brantmeier, N., & Mandell, L. (2008). Deepening our understanding of the financial education of Native youth: An in-depth look at Native students in Montana, New Mexico, and South Dakota. Rapid City, SD: First Nations Oweesta Corporation, Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy.
Arsenault, J., Cornell, S., & Rainie, S. C. (2008). Improving health care access in Native American communities: What can tribes do? A Report to the Nathan Cummings Foundation. Tucson, AZ: Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and Policy.

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