Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development
Current Issue: Vol. 12, #1
JAED

The Journal Committee     

Captus Press / CANDO, ISBN 14819112 (1999-2019)
  0 g, 8.5 X 11, $65.00 (US$70.00)
 

The only journal of its kind in Canada, the Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development (JAED) provides a view of economic development from a uniquely Indigenous perspective.

Published jointly by Cando and Captus Press, the Journal is peer reviewed by a distinguished academic editorial board to ensure high quality Indigenous content. The Journal covers the following areas:

  • Learning from Experience
  • Lessons from Research
  • The State of the Indigenous Economy
  • Reviews of Current Books and Literature

 

JAED Call for Papers - Volume 12, Issue 2

Published jointly by the Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers (Cando) and Captus Press, the Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development (JAED) is a peer-reviewed journal for practitioners and scholars working and researching in areas relevant to Indigenous economic development. Published yearly, the Journal is a unique resource for anyone interested in Indigenous community economic development. Its intent is to explore ideas and build knowledge in the field of Indigenous economic development theory and practice. The journal prefers a broad interpretation of research and knowledge and encourages a wide variety of contributions in this area.

Volume 12, Issue 2 of JAED will be published in fall 2021 in preparation for the Cando 28th Annual National Conference & AGM to be held in Whitecap Dakota, Saskatchewan.

Download a copy of the Call for Papers HERE.

Deadline for Submissions is June 30, 2021

 

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