Title

Status and Trends Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy

Presenter Information

Ingrid Gardner

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC 202

Start Date

17-5-2012

End Date

17-5-2012

Abstract

Abstract: The 2007 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy report is an economic tool developed to assist the Northern Cheyenne Tribe for comprehensive planning focusing on economic development. The CEDS report has initiated the planning process to improve the economic conditions of the reservation economy. The CEDS document identifies the opportunities and risks related to economic development on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation. The CEDS can be used to provide a comprehensive analysis of the past, present and future economic data of the local reservation economy. This article will identify the key economic data trends and current economic development projects highlighted in the report, which will lead to a model to use in other reservation communities.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Delores Cleary, James Huckabay, Steve Hackenberger

Additional Mentoring Department

Sociology

Additional Mentoring Department

Geography

Additional Mentoring Department

Anthropology

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Status and Trends Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy

SURC 202

Abstract: The 2007 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy report is an economic tool developed to assist the Northern Cheyenne Tribe for comprehensive planning focusing on economic development. The CEDS report has initiated the planning process to improve the economic conditions of the reservation economy. The CEDS document identifies the opportunities and risks related to economic development on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation. The CEDS can be used to provide a comprehensive analysis of the past, present and future economic data of the local reservation economy. This article will identify the key economic data trends and current economic development projects highlighted in the report, which will lead to a model to use in other reservation communities.