The Impact of Economic Development in James Bay, Canada

@article{Whiteman2004TheIO,
  title={The Impact of Economic Development in James Bay, Canada},
  author={G. Whiteman},
  journal={Organization & Environment},
  year={2004},
  volume={17},
  pages={425 - 448}
}
  • G. Whiteman
  • Published 2004
  • Sociology
  • Organization & Environment
  • Although there has been a tremendous amount of past and future development in the James Bay region of northern Canada, there has been very little empirical research that examined the impact of economic development on Cree tallymen, who are the senior grassroots managers of this vulnerable ecosystem. This oversight is particularly important because the region is currently facing the possibility of additional large-scale hydroelectric development and there is no existing baseline information on… CONTINUE READING
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