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BUSN - Aboriginal Economic Development

This guide will help you access resources related to Aboriginal economic development in Canada. Please contact the Business Library if you need more help.

Journals

FWJ delivers to the reader Peer Reviewed Scholarly articles, current events analysis, new ideas and thorough scholarship that explains the "seen and unseen" world and current events. Authors address topics such as climate change and the environment, political change, history, economics, social change, healing arts and medicine, traditional knowledge systems and the creative arts.
 

For more periodicals with Aboriginal content, browse through our catalogue list.

 

Databases

Many business databases include Aboriginal content.  Try the following search terms in the databases below:

indigenous, native, aboriginal, "First Nation", specific aboriginal group such as Dene, "American Indian", Metis, Innuit, business, commerce, "economic development", "economic conditions", entrepreneurship, and entrepreneur.

Many business databases include Aboriginal content.  Try the following search terms in the databases below:

indigenous, native, aboriginal, "First Nation", specific aboriginal group such as Dene, "American Indian", Metis, Innuit, business, commerce, "economic development", "economic conditions", entrepreneurship, and entrepreneur.

 

Websites (Open Access)

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