An assessment of native American economic development: Putting culture and sovereignty back in the models

  title={An assessment of native American economic development: Putting culture and sovereignty back in the models},
  author={Diane M Duffy and Jerry D. Stubben},
  journal={Studies in Comparative International Development},
  • D. Duffy, J. Stubben
  • Published 1 December 1998
  • Economics
  • Studies in Comparative International Development
Economic indicators in the United States document the poor economic straits in which Native Americans find themselves. Historically, scholars have explained delayed economic development using Linear Stage, Structural-Change, Dependency and Neoclassical Counter Revolution Models. All of these, however, are unable to fully explain the Native American case. We discuss the deficiencies of these models and point out the effects of constantly changing United States policies on Native American… 
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