Indigenous Management & Socio-Economic Development

Researchers in this area have played a pivotal role in developing a national and international network of scholars dedicated to Indigenous entrepreneurship and economic development. In collaboration with First Nations University of Canada, University of Regina has become an international hub for research in this area, with funding from both private and federal sources. This research has contributed to Indigenous peoples using their lands, financial resources, and benefits, to build self–reliance and improve the socio-economic conditions. Partners include businesses, communities and not-for- profits such as: 13 First Nations and Inuit communities; Regina Police Service; Cameco Corporation; Kivalliq Artic Foods; and, the Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurship Program of Saskatchewan.



Robert Anderson

Professor (Entrepreneurship and Management Accounting)



Jim Mason

Associate Professor (Operations Management)



Aldene Meis Mason

Associate Professor (Entrepreneurship, Strategy and International Business)



Peter Moroz

Associate Professor (Entrepreneurship)