Indigenous Policy and Governance BUS 665 (4)
Examines Indigenous legal values and considers their application in governance contexts to promote the resurgence of Indigenous social, political, cultural and economic success. Considers Indigenous legal principles and values and shows that they still exist as resources for decision-making in contemporary circumstances. Discusses how Indigenous law and policies can be reinvigorated and reinvented to enhance governance and policy within Indigenous communities. Considers how corporations and other commercial actors can benefit from understanding, applying and incorporating Indigenous law in their agreements with Indigenous peoples. Prerequisite: Only for students in the IBL EMBA program.