Canadian Politics

Key Publications:

  • Building a collaborative advantage: Network governance and homelessness policy-making in Canada, 2016
  • "Designing collaborative governance decision-making in search of a ‘collaborative advantage’." Public Management Review, 2016.
  • "Understanding inclusion in collaborative governance: a mixed methods approach." Policy and Society, 2020.

Current projects: Arms-length agencies in Canada

See Carey Doberstein's full profile here

 Key Publications: 

  • "The Comparative Politics of Immigration: Policy Choice in Germany, Canada, Switzerland, and the United States" (2021)
  • “Human-capital Citizenship and the Changing Logic of Immigrant Admissions,” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 2020
  • “The Impermanence of Permanence: The Rise of Probationary Immigration in Canada,” International Migration, 2020

Courses this term: POLI 516C Debates in Migration and Citizenship

Current research projects: Institutional Responses to AI-related Technological Disruption (with focus on Japan, Korea, Taiwan)

See Antje Ellerman's full profile here   

  Key Publications: 

  • Passing the Buck: Federalism and Canadian Environmental Policy, 1996
  • Racing to the Bottom? Provincial Interdependence in the Canadian Federation, 2005
  • "Natural Resources, Federalism, and the Canadian Economy," in Policy Transformation in Canada: Is Past Prologue? 2019.

See Kathryn Harrison's full profile here   

  Key Publications: 

  • Canada and the Ethics of Constitutionalism: Identity, Destiny, and Constitutional Faith, 2018

See Samuel LaSelva's full profile here   

  Key Publications: 

  • Leadership in Global Institution Building: Minerva’s Rule: (Editor), 2013
  • "Dealing with Rapid and Systemic Change: A Smart Canadian Approach to Global Institutions and Partnerships," 2016
  • Navigating the Age of Disruption: Understanding Canada’s Options in a Shifting Global Order (under review)

See Yves Tiberghien's full profile here   

  Key Publications: 

  • The United States and Canada:  How Two Democracies Differ and Why It Matters, Editor. 2019

See Paul Quirk's full profile here