Published Book Chapters

Cornell, Stephen. 2005. "Indigenous Peoples, Poverty, and Self-Determination in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the United States." In Indigenous Peoples and Poverty: An International Perspective, edited by Robyn Eversole, John-Andrew McNeish and Alberto D. Cimadamore, 199-225. London: Zed Books.
Cornell, Stephen. 2005. "What Makes First Nations Enterprises Successful? Lessons from the Harvard Project." In Legal Aspects of Aboriginal Business Development, edited by Joseph Eliot Magnet and Chief Dwight A. Dorey, 51-65. Toronto: LexisNexis Canada.
Curtis, Catherine, and Miriam Jorgensen. 2004. "American Indian Tribes' Financial Accountability to the United States Government: Context, Procedures and Implications." In Aboriginal Policy Research: Setting the Agenda for Change, edited by Jerry P. White, Paul Maxim and Dan Beavon, 17-34. Toronto: Thompson Educational Publishing.
Cornell, Stephen. 2000. "Discovered Identities and American Indian Supratribalism." In We Are a People: Narrative and Multiplicity in the Construction of Ethnic Identity, edited by Paul Spickard and Jeffrey Burroughs, 98-123. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Cornell, Stephen, and Joseph P. Kalt. 1997. "Cultural Evolution and Constitutional Public Choice: Institutional Diversity and Economic Performance on American Indian Reservations." In Uncertainty and Evolution in Economics: Essays in Honor of Armen A. Alchian, edited by John R. Lott Jr. London and New York: Routledge.
Cornell, Stephen. 1997. "Sovereignty, Prosperity, and Policy in Indian Country Today."  Community Reinvestment (Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City) 5 (2).
Cornell, Stephen, and Joseph P. Kalt. 1997. "Successful Economic Development and Heterogeneity of Governmental Form on American Indian Reservations." In Getting Good Government: Capacity Building in the Public Sectors of Developing Countries, edited by Merilee S. Grindle. Cambridge: Harvard Institute for International Development.
Jorgensen, Miriam. 1997. "Taking Up the Challenge: Fundamental Principles of Economic Development in Indian Country." In American Indian Studies: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Contemporary Issues edited by Dane Morrison, 121-143. New York: Peter Lang.

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