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Lauréats du Prix J.E. Hodgetts

Les articles complets peuvent être consultés en ligne dans la section réservée aux membres.

 

Le comité a le plaisir d’annoncer que les lauréats du Hodgetts Award de 2014 sont
Michael Atkinson, Murray Fulton et Boa Kim pour l’article intitulé « Why do governments
use pay for performance? Contrasting theories and interview evidence » (Septembre
2014).


 

2013

Patrice A. Dutil and Peter Malachy Ryan
“The bonds of institutional language: A discursive institutionalist approach to the Clerk of the Privy Council’s annual report"
(Vol. 56, no 1, mars 2013)

2012

Karine Levasseur
"In the Name of Charity: Institutional support for and resistance to redefining the meaning of charity in Canada"
(Vol. 55, no 2, p.181-202, juin 2012)

2011

Jen Nelles and Christopher Alcantara
"Strengthening the Ties that Bind: An Analysis of Aboriginal-Municipal Inter-Governmental Agreements in British Columbia"
(vol. 53 no. 3 September 2011)

2010

Robert Schwartz and Allan McConnell
"Do crises help remedy regulatory failures? A comparative study of the Walkerton water and Jerusalem banquet hall disasters"
(vol. 52 no. 1 January 2009. p. 91)

2009

Aidan R. Vining and Anthony E. Boardman
"Public-private partnerships in Canada: Theory and evidence"
(vol. 51 no. 1 March 2008. p. 9)

2008

Nicholas d'Ombrain
"Ministerial responsibility and the machinery of government"
(vol. 50 no. 2 2007. p. 195)

2007

Ian D. Clark and David Trick
“Advising for impact: lessons from the Rae review on the use of special-purpose advisory commissions”
(vol. 49 no. 4 2006. p. 180)

2006

Paul G. Thomas
"Debating a whistle-blower protection act for employees of the Government of Canada"
(vol. 48 no. 2 2005. p. 147)

2005

Nicholas d'Ombrain
"Cabinet secrecy"
(vol. 47 no. 3 2004. p. 332)

2004

Peter Aucoin
"Independent foundations, public money and public accountability: Whither ministerial responsibility as democratic governance?"
(vol. 46 no. 1. 2003 p. 1)

2003

Lorne Sossin
"Discretion unbound:Reconciling the Charter and soft law"
(vol. 45 no. 4 2002. p. 465)

2002

John Langford and Yvonne Harrison
"Partnering for e-government: Challenges for public administration"
(vol. 44 no. 4 2001. p. 393)

2001

Michael Howlett
"Managing the 'hollow state' : procedural policy instruments and modern governance"
(vol. 43 no. 4. 2000. p. 412)

2000

Alasdair Roberts
"Retrenchment and freedom of information: recent experience under federal, Ontario and British Columbia law"
(vol. 42 no. 4. 1999. p. 422)

1999

Graham White
"Shorter measures, the changing ministerial career in Canada"
(vol. 41 no. 3. 1998. p. 369)

1998

Susan D. Phillips, Brian R. Little, and Laura A. Goodine
"Reconsidering gender and public administration: five steps beyond conventional research"
(vol. 40 no. 4. 1997. p. 563)

1997

Andrew Sancton
"Reducing costs by consolidating municipalities: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario"
(vol. 39 no. 3. 1996. )

1996

James C. McDavid and Eric G. Clemens
"Contracting out local government services: the B.C. experience"
(vol. 38 no. 2. 1995 p. 177)

1995

Peter T. Harbage, Barry Rabe, and William C. Gunderson
"Alternatives to NIMBY gridlock: voluntary approaches to radioactive waste facility siting in Canada and the United States"
(vol. 37 no. 4. 1994. p. 644)

1994

Peter Aucoin and Herman Bakvis
"Consolidating cabinet portfolios: Australian lessons for Canada"
(vol. 36 no. 3 1993. p. 392)

1993

Kenneth Kernaghan
"Empowerment and public administration: revolutionary advance or passing fancy"
(vol. 35 no. 2 1992. p. 194)