Research by Stelios Loizides

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Research on Aboriginal economic development shows how Aboriginal band-owned enterprises and partnerships with private companies contribute to self-sufficiency and socio-economic...
The Conference Board of Canada | 28 pages | April 2006 | by Robert Anderson, Stelios Loizides
Aboriginal leaders are determined to make their communities self-reliant by reducing their high unemployment and their dependence on government. They are doing that by creating...
The Conference Board of Canada | 24 pages | April 2005 | by Stelios Loizides, Wanda Wuttunee
Do public policies and institutions hamper or enable Aboriginal economic relations—and what would help? Read this report of the views of Canadian private sector executives.
The Conference Board of Canada | 20 pages | September 2003 | by David Greenall, Stelios Loizides
This briefing offers the perspectives of 30 Aboriginal leaders on the leadership role, the qualities and challenges of leaders, barriers they face, and strategies and activities...
The Conference Board of Canada | 4 pages | June 2003 | by Stelios Loizides, Wanda Wuttunee
Arguments about the need for businesses to help Aboriginal people improve their socio-economic situation have placed emphasis on the moral implications of doing nothing and on...
The Conference Board of Canada | 28 pages | October 2001 | by David Greenall, Stelios Loizides
It is critical that Aboriginal communities continue to explore ways of adopting and using learning technologies to avoid falling deeper into the “digital divide.”
The Conference Board of Canada | 52 pages | September 2001 | by David Greenall, Stelios Loizides
Having a corporate community development program makes good business sense. The companies highlighted in this report view community economic development as more than corporate...
The Conference Board of Canada | 16 pages | August 2000 | by Stelios Loizides
A vibrant sector of Aboriginal firms is emerging, and its growth is vital to the economic self-reliance of Aboriginal communities and to Canada’s performance. While most of these...
The Conference Board of Canada | 22 pages | May 2000 | by Stelios Loizides
Aboriginal people are seeking opportunities to participate in Canada’s economy in order to become self-reliant. Through land-claim settlements, moves towards self-government, and...
The Conference Board of Canada | 17 pages | February 2000 | by Stelios Loizides
Aboriginal leaders are seeking fairness for their communities and opportunities for their people to become self-reliant. Land claim settlements and moves towards self-government...
The Conference Board of Canada | 6 pages | April 1999 | by Stelios Loizides
An additional 160,000 jobs will be needed between 1991 and 2006 to maintain current Aboriginal-labour force participation rates and levels of employment. How will Aboriginal communities,...
The Conference Board of Canada | 6 pages | November 1998 | by Stelios Loizides, Janusz Zieminski
An additional 160,000 jobs will be needed between 1991 and 2006 to maintain current Aboriginal-labour force participation rates and levels of employment. How will Aboriginal communities,...
The Conference Board of Canada | 23 pages | November 1998 | by Stelios Loizides, Janusz Zieminski
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