Another route to native prosperity: Property rights

Anderson, Terry; Parker, Dominic
January 2012
Fraser Forum;Jan/Feb2012, p19
An essay is presented concerning property rights in Canada. It discusses the study "Sovereignty, Credible Commitments, and Economic Prosperity on American Indian Reservations," which explores the crippling economic consequences due to the lack of private property rights on Indian reserves. The legal environment on native lands, which is noted to be the key reason for the existence of poverty, is mentioned.


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