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Record #188096:

The state and the northern social economy: research prospects / Frances Abele.

Title: The state and the northern social economy: research prospects / Frances Abele.
Author(s): Abele, Frances.
Date: 2009.
In: Northern Review. (2009.), Vol. 30 (2009)
Abstract: Describes initial approach to understanding northern social economy in light of historical changes in role of state and in overall economy of Canadian North. Discusses importance of enduring and resilient mixed economy of predominantly indigenous communities, and historical changes in way federal and other government policies take this economy into account.
Notes:

Northern Review. Vol. 30 :37-56 (2009).

In special issue The social economy of northern Canada.

Keywords: 32 -- Politics.
323 -- Politics, internal.
323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities.
33 -- Economics.
330.34 -- Economic development.
36 -- Social welfare.
93 -- History.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
SPRI record no.: 188096

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