Governance in a World Without Frontiers

Edited by Thomas J. Courchene and Donald J. Savoie | February 1, 2003

In Governance in a World Without Frontiers noted authors share their insights on a range of public policy challenges such as the new economic order, citizenship, the nature of power and democracy, federalism, public service, subnational communities, international regimes, and corporate governance. These governance perspectives were then subjected to formal assessment by acknowledged experts as well as practitioners. The introduction is available online. To purchase a copy, please visit the IRPP store.