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Deputy Ministers in Canada

Comparative and Jurisdictional Perspectives

Ed. by Bourgault, Jacques / Dunn, Christopher

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS

Pilot project. eBook available to selected US libraries only.

    99,95 € / $114.00 / £67.99*

    eBook (PDF)
    Publication Date:
    August 2018
    Copyright year:
    2014
    ISBN
    978-1-4426-6517-0
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    Overview

    Aims and Scope

    This unique volume, which deals with a uniquely significant topic, reviews the role of deputy ministers within government, providing a major new understanding of their responsibilities and interactions at both the federal and provincial levels.

    Details

    480 pages
    48 figures
    UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS
    Language:
    English
    Readership:
    College/higher education;Professional and scholarly;

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    BourgaultJacques:

    Jacques Bourgault is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science at l’Université du Québec à Montréal. He is the recipient of the 2012 IPAC Vanier Medal, awarded for an outstanding contribution to public administration or public service in Canada.
    DunnChristopher:

    Christopher Dunn is Professor of Political Science at Memorial University of Newfoundland.

    Reviews

    Mark Cleveland:

    ‘An excellent reference…. This book contains an accurate and fascinating discussion of the deputy minister’s role and experience.’

    Kim Speers, Department of Political Science, University of Victoria:

    “There is not enough attention given to provincial politics, especially comparative, and Deputy Ministers in Canada helps to fill that gap. This book will be of use to students of public administration, public policy, and political science, and to those who occupy senior positions in the civil service across Canada.”

    David Siegel, Department of Political Science, Brock University:

    “There is nothing as complete and systematic about the role of deputy ministers in Canada.”

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