Policy Reports and Working Papers

Arsenault, Jaime, Stephen Cornell, and Stephanie Carroll Rainie. 2008. Improving Health Care Access in Native American Communities: What Can Tribes Do? In A Report to the Nathan Cummings Foundation. Tucson: Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and Policy.
Jorgensen, Miriam, and Rachel Starks. 2008. Leadership Development in the Native American Arts & Culture Sector. In A Report to the Ford Foundation. New York: Ford Foundation.
Wakeling, Stewart, Miriam Jorgensen, Stephen Brimley, Joseph Thomas Flies Away, Carrie Garrow, Hayes Lewis, Paul Robertson, and Yvoneda Thompson. 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. In Final Report to the U.S. Department of Justice. Tucson: Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and Policy.
Jorgensen, Miriam, and Lewis Mandell. 2007. The Financial Literacy of Native American Youth. Rapid City: Native Financial Education Coalition; Jump$tart Coalition; First Nations Oweesta Corporation.
Cornell, Stephen, and Miriam Jorgensen. 2007. The Nature and Components of Economic Development in Indian Country. In Prepared for the National Congress of American Indians Policy Research Center. Tucson: Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and Policy.
Wagner, Kristen, Miriam Jorgensen, Dana Klar, and Karen Edwards. 2006. Contributions of the Earned Income Tax Credit to Community Development in Indian Country. In Report to the Annie E. Casey Foundation, 2005 Native Community VITA Site Project. St. Louis: Kathryn M. Buder Center for American Indian Studies and Center for Social Development, Washington University.
Lester, Lauren. 2006. Protecting the Fish and Eating Them, Too: Impacts of the Endangered Species Act on Tribal Water Use. Tucson: Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy.
Hicks, Sarah, and Miriam Jorgensen. 2005. Large Foundations’ Grantmaking to Native America. Cambridge: Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development.

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