Papers, Articles, and Chapters

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Cornell, S., Jorgensen, M., Kalt, J. P., & Spilde, K. A. (2007). Seizing the future: Why some native nations do and others don’t. In M. Jorgensen (Ed.), Rebuilding Native nations: Strategies for governance and development (pp. 296-320). Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.
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Cornell, S., Jorgensen, M., Record, I. W., & Timeche, J. (2007). Citizen entrepreneurship: An underutilized development resource. In M. Jorgensen (Ed.), Rebuilding Native nations: Strategies for governance and development (pp. 197-222). Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.
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Cornell, S. (2007). Organizing indigenous governance in Canada, Australia, and the United States. In J. P. White, S. Wingert, P. Maxim, & D. Beavon (Eds.), Aboriginal policy research: Moving forward, making a difference (Vol. Four, pp. 159-170). Toronto: Thompson Educational Publishing.
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Cornell, S., & Jorgensen, M. (2007). The nature and components of economic development in Indian Country. Prepared for the National Native American Economic Summit. Washington, D.C.: National Congress of American Indians Policy Research Center.
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Cornell, S., & Kalt, J. P. (2007). Two approaches to the development of Native Nations: One works, the other doesn't. In M. Jorgensen (Ed.), Rebuilding Native nations: Strategies for governance and development (pp. 3-33). Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.
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Flies Away, J. T., Garrow, C., & Jorgensen, M. (2007). Native nation courts: Key players in nation building. In M. Jorgensen (Ed.), Rebuilding Native nations: Strategies for governance and development (pp. 115-145). Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.
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Wakeling, S., Jorgensen, M., Brimley, S., Flies Away, J. T., Garrow, C., Lewis, H., Thompson, Y. (2007). Strengthening and rebuilding tribal justice systems: A participatory outcomes evaluation of the U.S. Department of Justice Comprehensive Indian Resources for Community and Law Enforcement (CIRCLE) Project. Final Report to the U.S. Department of Justice. Tucson, AZ: Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and Policy.
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Jorgensen, M., & Mandell, L. (2007). The financial literacy of Native American youth. Rapid City, SD: Native Financial Education Coalition, Jump$tart Coalition, First Nations Oweesta Corporation.

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