Danish Polar Center Publication No. 5 1998

Papers presented at the symposium "Development in the Arctic"
Proceedings from a symposium in Slettestrand, Denmark, 9-11 January 1998


Edited by Tom Greiffenberg

Danish Polar Center Publication No. 5 1998, 132 pp. Price: 150 DKK.

The uses and misuses of development theory (Section A)
The uses and misuses of development theory (Section B)
by Johannes Dragsbaek Schmidt, University of Aalborg, Denmark

Multicausal theory of local economic development and the Arctic
by Markku Tykkyläinen, University of Joensuu, Finland

Enterprise development in Greenland communities
by Henrik Herlau and Helge Tetzschner, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

External and domestic environment for industrial strategies and management in Greenland
by Lise Lyck, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Obstacles for sustainable development at village level - West Greenland
by Ole Hertz, Arctic Ecological Research, Denmark

Economic conditions and migration in Greenland - a preliminary study on migration to and from Greenlandic settlements 1988-1995
by Birger Poppel, Statistics Greenland, Greenland

Gender, indigenous knowledge and development in the Arctic
by Mark Nuttall, University of Aberdeen, Scotland

A nationalistic language in Arctic Canada?
by David Robert Lipscomb, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

When planning in Greenland began. The role of the Construction Commission
by Jes Adolphsen and Tom Greiffenberg, University of Aalborg, Denmark

Siberian perspectives on Protected Use Areas as a strategy for conserving traditional indigenous cultures in the context of industrial development
(I): Ethnoecological territories and territories of mixed economy

by Andrew Wiget, New Mexico State University, USA, and Olga Balalaeva, Scientific Centre "North", Moscow, Russia

Siberian perspectives on Protected Use Areas as a strategy for conserving traditional indigenous cultures in the context of industrial development
(II): The Yuganskiy Khanty Biosphere Reserve

by Olga Balalaeva, Scientific Centre "North", Moscow, Russia, and Andrew Wiget, New Mexico State University, USA

Ethnic and demographic aspects of the Arctic Living Conditions Project
by Thomas Andersen and Jette Jensen, Statistics Greenland, Greenland

Current issues in subsistence - in the context of Inuit
by Carl Chr. Olsen, Greenland

Tourist images, motivation and perceptions. A profile of the arctic tourist
by Daniela Tommasini, Institute de Geographie Alpine-Grenoble, France

The juridical continental shelf, a new term in international law
by Jørgen Taagholt, Danish Polar Center, Denmark