Haskell Offers Indigenous Economics Course

Feb 15th, 1996 | By | Category: 7-4: Wildlife Management, Features
By Hannes Combest

All too often, Franda Flyingman says, “the cost of giving up our traditional values has been too expensive for the benefits gained in recent economic development.” Flyingman has developed a business course at Haskell Indian Nations University that incorporates Western economics and a serious investigation of Native belief systems, the management of tribal governments, tribal law, psychology, and sociology. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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