Institutional field of positive programs for northern indigenous peoples in the sphere of mineral extraction
AbstractThe positive program for northern indigenous peoples (NIP) implies not only the existence of an adequate system of norms and rules regulating the relations between NIP and mineral users but also the existence of adequate organizational and economic structures providing the enforcement of these rules. However, the institutional medium that is currently being formed in NIP places in Russia is more oriented to survival than to social and economic development. The goal should be creation of such rules and norms that not only would let the NIP preserve their identity but also provide them with a possibility to lead their traditional way of life on the basis of a wide use of modern technical achievements. One of the possible ways is to form a system of corporations (companies) for NIP regional development that would be indispensable participants not only in the process of bargaining with mineral users but also their service providers.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of Siberian Branch of RAS in its journal Journal "Region: Economics and Sociology".
Volume (Year): 2 (2005)
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Note: Russian-Canadian Program “Exchange of Experience in Northern Development”
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