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INVESTMENT FACILITATION ON FIRST NATION LANDS (APEC 2650)


Students study the interests of public and private investors and what can be done to attract investment  on First Nation lands. Given that is it four to six times more expensive to facilitate  investment for First Nation projects, emphasis is placed on solutions to reduce investment transaction costs. Topics include transaction costs and economic growth; the legal and administrative framework to facilitate investment; building infrastructure; and creating an investment facilitation work plan.
Pre-requisite: ECON 122  or ECON 1221
Co-requisite: ECON 2630 or 2631

This is an on-campus class in Kamloops. 

This is the fifth course of the Certificate in First Nation Applied Economics program.