Recent Submissions

  • SIPP The Scholar Series Vol 2 Fall 2007 

    Burch, Fred (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2007-11-22)
    The Spanish Influenza and Canada’s Criminal Justice System: Lessons for Pandemic Planners Volume II: The Courts, Police and Corrections
  • SIPP The Scholar Series Vol 1 Fall 2007 

    Burch, Fred (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2007-11-22)
    The Spanish Influenza and Canada’s Criminal Justice System: Lessons for Pandemic Planners Volume 1: The Community
  • SIPP The Scholar Series Spring 2006 

    Hickey, Daniel (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2006-03-21)
    Health Spending in Saskatchewan: Recent Trends, Future Options
  • SIPP The Scholar Series Fall 2005 

    Warriner, Bill (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2005-10-27)
    Canadian Social Policy Renewal and The National Child Benefit
  • SIPP The Scholar Series Fall 2004 

    Durst, Douglas (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2004-11-18)
    Partnerships with Aboriginal Researchers: Hidden Pitfalls and Cultural Pressures
  • SIPP The Scholar Series Spring/Summer 2004 

    Peach, Ian (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2004-06-08)
    Managing Complexity: The Lessons of Horizontal Policy-Making in the Provinces
  • SIPP The Scholar Series Fall 2003 

    Green, Joyce A. (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2003-11-18)
    Cultural and Ethnic Fundamentalism: The Mixed Potential for Identity, Liberation, and Oppression
  • SIPP The Scholar Series Spring 2002  

    Rushton, Michael (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2002-04-10)
    Public Funding of Artistic Creation: Some Hard Questions
  • SIPP The Scholar Series Winter 2002 

    Leeson, Howard (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2002-02-26)
    Canadian Foreign Policy and the Events of September 11: A Dramatic Turn
  • SIPP The Scholar Series Fall 2001 

    Marchildon, Gregory P. (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2001-10-18)
    Royal Commissions and the Policy Cycle in Canada: The Case of Health Care