Governance in a World Without Frontiers

Edited by Thomas J. Courchene and Donald J. Savoie
In this volume 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.


Contents

Introduction

Governance in a World Without Frontiers

Thomas J. Courchene and Donald J. Savoie

The New Economic Order

Old Growth and New Economy Cycles: Rethinking Canadian Economic Paradigms

Richard G. Harris

Beware of Greeks Bearing Gifts: Old Growth and New Economy Recessions

Pierre Fortin

Reflections on the New Economic Order

Don Drummond

The Changing Nature of Power and Democracy

Democracy and Political Power in Contemporary Western Governments: Challenges and Reforms

B. Guy Peters

Democracy and Political Power in Contemporary Democracies: Some Reflections

André Blais

Managing Interdependence in a Federal State

Managing Interdependence in a Federal Political System

Ronald L. Watts

Managing Interdependence in a Federal Political System: Comments

Robert Young

Corporate Governance

State Regulatory Competition and the Threat to Corporate Governance

Ronald Daniels with Benjamin Alarie

Corporate Governance: Comments

Donald McFetridge

New Forms of Public Services

New Forms of Public Service: Issues in Contemporary Organizational Design

Christopher Pollitt

The Dialectics of Organizational Design

Ralph Heintzman

Policy First: Three Case Studies

Tom Kent

New Forms of Citizenship

New Forms of Citizenship

Will Kymlicka

The Frontiers of Citizenship: Relections

Jane Jenson

Subnational Communities

The Territorial State: Functional Restructuring and Political Change

Michael Keating

Is Quebec a North American Region State? A Preliminary View

Jean-François Lisée

International Governance and Canada

Citizens, States and International Regimes: International Governance Challenges in a Globalized World

Pierre Marc Johnson with Karel Mayrand

Citizens, States and International Regimes

Denis Stairs

Conclusion: Looking Forward

Thomas J. Courchene and Donald J. Savoie