Volume 16 Issue 2, 2011

Open Issue

Peer-Reviewed Articles:

1. L’innovation sans lendemain : les difficultés de l’institutionnalisation du changement, par Olivier Gbênamblo Sossa, Nicole Leduc, et François Champagne, Université de Montréal, Canada

2. What Cannot Be Counted: Ethics, Innovation and Evaluation in the Delivery of Public Services, by Jessica Word, Christopher Stream, and Kimberly Lukasiak, all of School of Environmental and Public Affairs, University of Nevada, USA

3. Total innovation - Towards a localised, comprehensive EU innovation policy, by John A Dodd, Jan Franke, Rory Moody, UK

4. Strategies to Improve Client Service: Exemplars in the Canadian Federal Government, by Karen Somerville, Hamline University, USA, and Catherine Elliott, University of Ottawa, Canada

5. Examining local commissioning accreditation schemes for the voluntary and community sector in the UK: A view from the field, by Dr Rod Dacombe, Department of Political Economy, King’s College London and Kim Donahue, Independent Consultant, UK

Discussion Papers:

6. Public Participation: Finding Knowledge and Clarity in Chaos, by Patricia Crawford, Michigan State University, USA

7. Comment on Public Participation: Finding Knowledge and Clarity in Chaos, by Donald R. Officer, Strategic Praxis, Canada

Case Studies:

8. Internet Usage in a Malaysian Sub-Urban Community: A Study of Diffusion of ICT Innovation, by Ali Salman, School of Media and Communication Studies and Mohd Safar Hasim, Institute of West Asian Studies, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

Book Reviews:

9. The Black Hole of Public Administration, by Ruth Hubbard and Gilles Paquet, reviewed by Tom Brzustowski, University of Ottawa, Canada

10. Prodigal Nation: Moral Decline and Divine Punishment from New England to 9/11, by Andrew R. Murphy, reviewed by Howard A. Doughty, Seneca College, Canada.

11. The Invention of Hebrew, by Seth L. Sanders, reviewed by Howard A. Doughty, Seneca College, Canada.

12. Labors of Innocence in Early Modern England, by Joanna Picciotto, reviewed by Howard A. Doughty, Seneca College, Canada.

13. Healing the Herds: Disease, Livestock Economies, and the Globalization of Veterinary Medicine, by Karen Brown & Daniel Gilfoyle, eds., reviewed by Howard A. Doughty, Seneca College, Canada.

14. Youth in a Suspect Society: Democracy or Disposability? by Henry A. Giroux, reviewed by Howard A. Doughty, Seneca College, Canada.

 

Published August 24 2011

Last updated: August 4 2011