Tim Gooding graduated with an economics degree from York University, Canada (1989) and went on to become an Economic Development Officer working for the Little/Salmon Carmacks First Nation (LSCFN). In this position, he was responsible for transitioning the LSCFN from their existing community values to those required to be successful in the modern economy. This put him in a unique position to observe how modern economic values influence relationships in a community. Since this time, he has engaged in independent research aimed at determining the exact mechanisms for what he had observed in the LSCFN in the hopes of finding possible solutions to some of the most persistent 'modern problems' of society.
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