Indigenous Business & Public Administration (IBAPA) will publish a special issue of the journal on the subject of conceptualizing scholarship in the domain of Indigenous business and public administration.
Editors: Dan Stewart, Gonzaga University; Joseph Scott Gladstone, Washington State University; Deanna Kennedy, University of Washington, Bothell
Motivation for the Special Issue
Although Native American scholars often refer to Native business and public initiatives as being couched in traditional native knowledge systems and framed as “Indigenous ways of knowing,” it is not clear whether and how Native practices differ from mainstream models in business and public administration. That is, academia could use more clarity on how the Native context or Native actors and agents change the action of decision makers and business leaders in the world. Herein, we ask scholars to consider what needs to be known, explored, extended, uncovered in order to advance Indigenous business and public administration. To create a critical mass of insights, we are cultivating a special issue where business, economic and public administration scholars can share their conceptualizations and ideas.
Questions of relevance to the Special Issue
Deadline for submissions of full manuscripts is December 15, 2022.
Authors must adhere to a timeline. Relevant dates are as follows:
Papers to be considered for this special issue should be submitted online via https://ibapa.org/ (select “Start Submission” as the manuscript type). Include in the cover letter the intent to address the Special Issue. Authors who have questions are encouraged to contact one of the Special Issue editors:
Dan Stewart firstname.lastname@example.org
Joseph Scott Gladstone email@example.com
Deanna Kennedy firstname.lastname@example.org
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Welcome to Indigenous Business & Public Administration, a new academic journal that focuses on original scholarship that increases our understanding of private businesses and public organizations within Indigenous communities.
Our mission is to increase the efficacy of economic development by disseminating new peer-reviewed knowledge for scholars, practitioners, and students interested in Indigenous organizations.
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