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American Indian Economic Development

Explores the conditions under which sustained, self-determined development is achieved among American Indian nations.

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Democratic Governance

Explores the relationships between democratic governance and the persistence of urgent social problems in countries around the globe.

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Innovations in Government

Recognizes and promotes creative and effective problem solving by governments and citizens.

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Addresses intellectual and practical questions as they relate to antiracism policy, practice, and institutional change.

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Lessons from and for Indian Country

Lessons from and for Indian Country

May 23, 2022

Joel Chastain MC/MPA 2022 is taking lessons learned from the Chickasaw Nation and Harvard Kennedy School to promote tribal economic development.

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November 3, 2021  

Research Examines ARPA Distributions to Tribal Nations, Finds Funding to be “Grossly Inequitable”

Researchers find that funding provided to tribal governments as part of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 was “grossly inequitable and contrary to the policy objectives of Congress, the Biden Administration, and the Treasury Department itself.”