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Inuit business ownership - Canadian experiences, Greenland challenges / Gérard Duhaime, Alexandre Morin.

Title: Inuit business ownership - Canadian experiences, Greenland challenges / Gérard Duhaime, Alexandre Morin.
Author(s): Duhaime, Gérard.
Morin, Alexandre.
Date: 2001.
Publisher: Nuuk: Inussuk
In: Participatory ownership and management in Greenland and other Arctic regions - Proceedings from a network seminar in Ilulissat. (2001.),
Abstract: Describes how, since early 1990s, State capitalism has been questioned. 1999 OECD report proposed measures to rationalise government spending and to weaken State monopoly. Canadian experiences include cooperative development, supposedly close to Inuit traditional organisation, oriented towards production, and Native Corporations, from 1970s, based on compensation money in return for loss of land rights because of hydroelectric development. Former were poorly managed and used air transport unnecessarily. Latter were liable to become remote, because of technical expertise needed in management. Pros and cons of Social Democratic and Neo-Liberal models are discussed. Conclusion is that cooperative model is unlikely to work in Greenland, as it cannot be grassroots based.
Notes:

In: Participatory ownership and management in Greenland and other Arctic regions - Proceedings from a network seminar in Ilulissat / Gorm Winther, ed.

Keywords: 33 -- Economics.
334.1 -- Cooperatives.
K -- Economics and economic development.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
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