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Recent Submissions

  • MacIvor, Heather; Bell, Patricia; Norman, Ken; Whyte, John D.; Ward, Lee; Marchildon, Gregory P.; Marshall, Jim; Conway, John; Rocan, Claude; Martens, Patricia J.; Kluger, Joseph; Hedlund, Dave (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2008)
    Last issue, I reflected a little on the meaning of the word “dialogue.” Trying to define the word “policy” much less reflecting on its deeper meanings and nuances is much more difficult in part because almost every ...
  • Whyte, John D.; Irvine, Andrew D.; Smith, David E.; Elliott, Patricia W.; Albritton, William L.; Schwartz, Sheldon; Bonli, Rupal; Marchildon, Gregory P.; Diaz, Polo; Sauchyn, Dave; Lapp, Susan; Hurlbert, Margot; Cameron, Dan (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2008)
    The title of this periodical is Policy Dialogue. It could just as easily have been Policy Debate but that would have been inconsistent with the purpose and spirit of this publication. Debate is, generally, a zero-sum ...
  • Pardy, Bruce; Whyte, John D.; Steeves, Larry; Lewis, Steven; Walker, Allan; Mitchell, Graeme G.; Driedger, Otto; Marchildon, Greogory P.; Elliott, Patricia W.; Rigby, George (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2007)
    On Sept 1st of this year, I was appointed Director of SIPP. I am delighted to once again be back in an organization with which I have long had an affiliation. I was a member of the original board of directors; later, I ...
  • Leeson, Howard; Marchildon, Gregory P.; Elliott, Patricia W.; Larsen, Ken; Whyte, John D.; Irvine, Andrew D.; Marshall, Jim; Kumar, Malreddy Pavan; Wiseman, Nelson; Burch, Fred; Chartrand, Paul; Peach, Ian (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2007)
    Welcome to the latest issue of SIPP’s Policy Dialogue. We have always sought to foster public policy debate on a variety of issues and I am pleased that, in the case of two of our articles, that dialogue is happening ...
  • Bell, Patricia; Whyte, John D.; Axworthy, Chris; Smith, David E.; Burch, Fred; Penikett, Tony; Marshall, Jim; Charlebois, Sylvain; Langenbacher, Wolfgang; Paul, Linda; Poitras, Derek; Furtan, Hartley (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2007)
    It would seem a federal election is in the air. While in their early days, the federal Conservatives approached the task of governing from a fairly rigid, even ideological, perspective, their governing style has become ...
  • Burch, Fred; Whyte, John D.; Smith, David; Peach, Ian; Driedger, Otto; Crowley, Brian Lee; Fafard, Patrick (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2006)
    With the arrival of autumn, the policy community is active once again. Our university partners are abuzz with students and faculty, the House of Commons has begun its autumn sitting, and the Saskatchewan Legislature will ...
  • Maxwell, Judith; Richards, John; Peach, Ian; Smith, David E.; Marchildon, Gregory P.; Marshall, Jim; Morgan, Jeremy; White, Jodi; Olfert, Rose; Fulton, Murray; Fontaine, Lorena; Whyte, John; Johnston, Elsa; Clay, Sharon; Mahmood, Nasir; Peel, Alyssa (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2006)
    With the arrival of spring, the university community begins to wind down in expectation of the arrival of summer. SIPP, too, has begun to move into summer mode, and our events and publications are giving way to planning ...
  • Geisbauer, Andrea; Peach, Ian; Pearson, Erna; Whyte, John D.; Marshall, Jim; Hickey, Daniel; Jaster-Laforge, Karen (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2005)
    Justice for All? 1; Director’s Notes 2; SIPP News 3; The Claim of Judicial Activism 4; New Grad School Strong in Public Policy 6; Health Spending in Saskatchewan 7; The Flow of Ideas 8; Youth and the Public Service ...
  • Geisbauer, Andrea; Peach, Ian; Pearson, Erna; Whyte, John D.; Hickey, Dan; Jaster, Karen (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2005)
    Growing Beyond Our Borders 1; Director’s Notes 2; SIPP News 3; The Politics of Self Government 4; 2005-06 Senior Policy Fellow - Daniel Hickey 6; Weathering the Storm or Reaping a Harvest? 7; SIPP Senior Fellows ...
  • Geisbauer, Andrea; Blake, Raymond; Stokes, Janice; Peykov, Pavel; Pearson, Erna; Whyte, John D.; Peach, Ian; Warriner, Bill; Jaster, Karen (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2004)
    The Heavy Hand of History 1; Director’s Notes 2; SIPP News 3; New Research Director for SIPP: Mr. Ian Peach 4; Website Makeover and Membership Drive Focuses on Public Policy 6; Weathering the Storm or Reaping the ...
  • Geisbauer, Andrea; Blake, Raymond; Stokes, Janice; Peykov, Pavel; Pearson, Erna; Whyte, John D.; Durst, Doug; Green, Joyce; Peach, Ian; Warriner, Bill; Jaster, Karen (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2004)
    SIPP Marks New Era in Intergovernmental Relations in Canada with National Conference 1; Director’s Notes 2; SIPP News 3; From Political Theory to Policy Practise 4; Striking a Balance 6; SIPP and the National Association ...
  • Geisbauer, Andrea; Blake, Raymond; Stokes, Janice; Peykov, Pavel; Pearson, Erna; Allan, John; Whyte, John D.; Romanow, Roy; Bilson, Beth; Wardhaugh, Robert; Durst, Doug; Peach, Ian; Seidler, Lindsay (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2003-09)
    SIPP Symposium Explores the ‘E’ Dimension of Governance in the Twenty-First Century 1; Director’s Notes 2; SIPP News 3; Special Article: Dr. John R. Allan 4; Aboriginal Persons with Disabilities: A Public Policy Gap ...
  • Geisbauer, Andrea; Blake, Raymond; Stokes, Janice; Peykov, Pavel; Pearson, Erna; Allan, John; Whyte, John; Bilson, Beth; Wardhaugh, Robert; Green, Joyce; Oliver, Lynn (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2003-04)
    Justice Community Gathers to Discuss Change 1; Director’s Notes 2; Stimulating Public-Policy Discussion and Debate, Publications, and Still Ahead This Year 3; Bringing the University of Saskatchewan to SIPP 4; The ...
  • Geisbauer, Andrea; Blake, Raymond; Pearson, Erna; Allan, John; Whyte, John; Wardhaugh, Robert; Green, Joyce; Oliver, Lynn (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2002-09)
    Hear our Voices 1; Director’s Notes 2; Upcoming Events, Research in the Works, and Make a Note 3; Constantly Evolving with SIPP Initiatives 4; The Scholar Series - Expert Material, No Tuition 4; Value-for-Money in ...
  • McNutt, Kathleen; Carey, Meaghan (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2008-06)
    Using information technologies and the Internet to improve communication and service delivery are key processes of government modernization in North America, Europe and parts of Asia. In response to shifting political, ...
  • Praud, Jocelyne; Henriques, Karl A. (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2008-05)
    This paper examines how and why France and Belgium came to modify their respective constitutions and pass parity laws. The first section analyses French and Belgian women’s acquisition and exercise of political rights ...
  • Marshall, Jim; Steeves, Larry (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2008-04)
    Within the field of education administration and education policy a substantial body of literature has accumulated on the issue of accountability, especially as manifest in performance measurement and performance management ...
  • Weseen, Simon; Olfert, Rose (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2008-03)
    Cultural policy has a history of being relegated to secondary importance or being supported in an ad hoc way by governments in many jurisdictions in North America and around the world. This has occurred despite the fact ...
  • Bisson, Peter (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2008-01)
    This study uses interviews with leaders of faith-based justice groups in Regina to examine how they apply their religious resources for the goal of social change, and in this way make religious faith public. There has ...
  • Blake, Raymond (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2007-12)
    Family allowances were one of the few programs shared by all Canadian families from 1945 to 1992, and one of the few means of building social cohesion across Canada. Family allowances became embroiled in the minefield ...

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