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1996 (01-2-01) Social Inventions,
1996 (01-2-01f) Inventions sociales, ,
1996 (01-2-02) The Politics of Innovation: Innovation et politique,
1996 (01-2-03) Making Innovation a Way of Life,
1996 (01-2-03) Pour faire de l’innovation un mode de vie, ,
1996 (01-3-01) Innovation in Revenue Canada,
1996 (01-3-01f) Innovation à Revenu Canada, ,
1996 (01-3-02) A formula for Innovation in Government, ,
1996 (01-3-02f) Une formule pour l’innovation dans le gouvernement, , ,
1997 (02-1-01) What is Public Sector Innovation?,
1997 (02-1-01f) Qu’est-ce que l’innovation dans la fonction publique?, ,
1997 (02-1-02) Banishing Bureaucracy: The Five Strategies for Reinventing Government, by David Osborne and Peter Plastrik,
1997 (02-1-03) The Limits of Medicine: How Science Shapes Our Hope for the Cure, by Edward S. Golub,
1997 (02-2-01) Managing in a Time of Change: the Innovation Process,
1997 (02-2-02) Innovation: political health and pathology,
1997 (02-2-03) Policy Innovation in Saskachewan, by Eleanor Glor,
1997 (02-2-03f) Policy Innovation in Saskachewan by Eleanor Glor (en français),
1997 (02-3-01) Strategies for Creating an Innovative Public Sector,
1997 (02-3-02) Profile of an Innovator,
1997 (02-3-03) Challenges to Innovation in the Public Sector,
1997 (02-3-04) The Human Rights Reader: Major Political Essays, Speeches, and Documents From the Bible to the Present, Edited by Micheline R. Ishay,
1998 (03-1-1) The Role of Innovation Awards,
1998 (03-1-2) What Do We Know About Enhancing Creativity and Innovation? A Review of Literature,
1998 (03-1-3) Policing the Risk Society, by Richard V. Ericson and Kevin D. Haggerty, and Harm Reduction: A New Direction for Drug Policies and Programs, edited by Patricia G. Erikson, Diane A Riley, Yuet W. Cheung and Patrick A. O’Hare,
1998 (03-1-4) Needs Assessment: A Creative and Practical Guide for Social Scientists, Edited by Rebecca Reviere, Susan Berkowitz, Carolyn C. Carter, and Carolyn Graves Ferguson,
1998 (03-1-5) Application of Creative Problem Solving Processes to R&D Planning: A Case Study in Urban Roads Technology Research,
1998 (03-2-1) An Exchange on The Politics of Radically New Products, , , ,
1998 (03-2-2) The Need For Political Innovation, The Finnish Parliamentary Committee for the Future, Innovation in Finland,
1998 (03-2-3) The Potlach Papers: A Colonial Case History, by Christopher Bracken, and The Apotheosis of Captain Cook: European Mythmaking in the Pacific, by Gananath Obeyesekere,
1998 (03-2-4) Audacious Democracy: Labor, Intellectuals and the Social Reconstruction of America, by Steven Fraser and Joshua B. Freeman, and Democracy and Technology, by Richard E. Sclove,,
1998 (03-3-1) Deep Prejudice, ,
1998 (03-3-2) Creating a Responsive Service Delivery Agency: Centrelink, Australia,
1998 (03-3-3) From Hubris to Reality: Evaluating Innovative Programs in Public Institutions,
1998 (03-3-4) Reflections of a Siamese Twin: Canada at the End of the Twentieth Century, by John Ralston Saul,
1998 (03-3-5) Encrypting Christianity, a comprehensive Book Review of three books by Barbara Thiering,
1998 (03-3-6) Metropolis Project,
1999 (04-1-01) Turbulence and Urban Innovation,
1999 (04-1-02) What is the Difference Between Change Management and Innovation? a study by the Innovation Network,
1999 (04-1-03) The Challenges Facing Today’s Leader,
1999 (04-1-04) Magic, Innovation and Decision Making, ,
1999 (04-1-05) The Third Culture,
1999 (04-1-06) National Performance Review Employee Survey Results,
1999 (04-1-07) Can the Nordic Welfare State Survive in the World of the Internet?,
1999 (04-1-09) Entropy: A New World View; Algeny; The End of Work: The Decline of the Global Labor Force and the Dawn of the Post-Market Era, Authors: Jeremy Rifkin, Ted Howard, and Nicanor Perlas,
1999 (04-1-10) Favourite Books of 1998,
1999 (04-1-11) Global Warning! Debating International Developments in New Public Financial Management: International Developments in New Public Financial Management, by Olov Olson, James Guthrie, and Christopher Humphrey.,
1999 (04-1-8) The Interpretation of Technology, by Arthur Kroker and the Canadian Mind,
1999 (04-2-1) An Exchange on Definitions of Innovation,
1999 (04-2-2) The Underpinnings of Accelerated Dynamics and Utilitarianism: The Shifting Roles of Governance in the Knowledge Economy,
1999 (04-2-3) A Report on Reflections and Discussions,
1999 (04-2-4) Innovation in the Federal Government – The Risk Not Taken,
1999 (04-2-5) Innovation and Risk-Taking: An Industry Canada Perspective,
1999 (04-2-5f) Innovation et prise de risques: Une perspective d’Industrie Canada, ,
1999 (04-2-6) The Role and Perspective of the Office of the Auditor General of Canada,
1999 (04-2-6f) Innovation et prise de risque dans l’administration fédérale: Le rôle et la perspective du Bureau du vérificateur général du Canada, ,
1999 (04-2-7) Innovation in Not For Profits and Government,
1999 (04-2-8) Sustainable development: three innovative models of public management*, ,
1999 (04-2-9) Empowerment and Workforce Adjustment in the Niagara Area Office Of Human Resources Development Canada, ,
1999 (04-3-1) Should government be a tool of enterprise?,
1999 (04-3-2) Some Thoughts on Definitions of Innovation, , ,
1999 (04-3-3) Innovation in American Government: Challenges and Dilemmas, by Alan A. Altshuler and Robert D. Behn, eds.,
1999 (04-3-8) Good Practices in Citizen-Centred Service,
1999 (04-3-9) A Case of Innovation in a Government Setting: An innovative government web site: Industry Canada’s Strategis,
1999 (x-0-0) Creativity: Flow and the Psychology of Discovery and Invention, by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi,
2000 (05-1-1) A Comparative Analysis of Job Satisfaction Among Public and Private Sector Professionals, ,
2000 (05-1-2) Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA),
2000 (05-1-3) The Community of the Future, by Frances Hesselbein, Marshall Goldsmith, Richard Beckhard R. Schubert, eds.,
2000 (05-1-4) Innovating with Integrity: How local heroes are transforming American government, by Sandford Borins,
2000 (05-1-5) Innovation in Local Governments: A Review of Books, by Terry Nichols Clark,
2000 (05-1-8) A Comparison of the Criteria and Strategies of Different Awards,
2000 (05-2-1) Is Innovation a Question of Will or Circumstance? An Exploration of Innovation in the Blakeney Government of Saskatchewan, 1971-82, edited by Eleanor D. Glor,
2000 (05-2-1r) Is Innovation a Question of Will or Circumstance? (Revised August 2014), ,
2000 (05-2-2) Incremental Policy Development and Processes: Creation of the Department of Northern Saskatchewan, ,
2000 (05-2-3) Urban Renaissance: Enhancing the Past Inventing the Future Drivers and Obstacles To Innovation and Change,
2000 (05-2-4) Innovation in Policy Analysis,
2000 (05-2-5) Case Studies from the First Quality Conference for Public Administrations in the EU,
2000 (05-2-5a) The Keys of the City,
2000 (05-2-6) Swedish Customs Administration, , ,
2000 (05-2-7) Open Customer Systems in the Swedish Public Employment Service, ,
2000 (05-2-8) The System for Self-Service Access to the Swedish Vehicle Registry, ,
2000 (05-2-9) The Spirit in the Gene Humanity’s Proud Illusion and the Laws of Nature, by Reg Morrison,
2000 (05-3-1) Slow Growth and Urban Development Policy, ,
2000 (05-3-2) Venturing the Future: Being a Creative Ice Breaker of Conventional S&T Wisdom,
2000 (05-3-3) Creativity and Policy Studies,
2000 (05-3-4) The Web of Life: A New Synthesis of Mind and Matter, by Fritjof Capra,
2000 (05-3-5) Tools for Innovators: Creative Strategies for Managing Public Sector Organizations, by Steven Cohen and William Eimicke,
2000 (05-3-6) Building a Bridge to the Eighteenth Century, by Neil Postman,
2001 (06-1-1) Public Sector Innovations and Public Interest Issues, ,
2001 (06-1-2) Research in Organizational Design: The Capacity for Innovation in Large, Complex Organizations,
2001 (06-1-3) Two Cultures: The gap between humanists and scientists, A Review Essay on Stephen Jay Gould,
2001 (06-1-5) Negotiating Labour Market Development Agreements, ,
2001 (06-2-1) Key Factors Influencing Innovation In Government,
2001 (06-2-2) Applying Virtue Ethics to the Challenge of Corruption, , , ,
2001 (06-2-3) An Innovative Manager’s Check-List,
2001 (06-2-4) Revisioning Bureaucracy for More Effective Government,
2001 (06-2-5) Working Poor,
2001 (06-2-6) Making Sense of Management: A Critical Introduction, by Mats Alvesson and Hugh Willmott,
2001 (06-3-1) Crumpled Globalization and Policy Innovation in Canadian Grain Politics: The Wartime Economy of the 1940s,
2001 (06-3-2) Innovation Patterns,
2001 (06-3-3) Potential Impacts of Compressed Work Week on Access to Services in a Small Government Operation in Canada, The Case of the Product Safety Program of Western Region,
2001 (06-3-4) Measuring Creativity,
2001 (06-3-5) Encouraging Academic Creativity In Research,
2001 (06-3-6) Demonizing the Corporation,
2002 (07-1-1) Social Inventions, by Stuart Conger,
2002 (07-1-2) Partners in Progress: S&T Productivity in NRC and Canada’s Research Universities, ,
2002 (07-1-4) The Future of Government, a review essay,
2002 (07-1-5) Performance-Based Instruction: Linking Training to Business Results, by Dale Brethower and Karolyn Smalley,
2002 (07-1-6) Blowback: The Costs and Consequences of American Empire, by Chalmers Johnson,
2002 (07-2-05) Factors for Success in Participative Community Planning: Lessons from a Case Study in Child Welfare in the Province of Alberta, ,
2002 (07-2-06) Trust Correlated with Innovation Adoption in Hospital Organizations,
2002 (07-2-08) Nor Commit A Social Science,
2002 (07-2-09) Globalization and the Decline of Social Reform: Into the Twenty-first Century and Reimagining Social Welfare: Beyond the Keynesian Welfare State,
2002 (07-2-10) Exposing Privatization: Women and Health Care Reform in Canada, by Pat Armstrong, Carol Amaratunga, Jocelyne Bernier, Karen Grant, Ann Pederson and Kay Wilson,
2002 (07-3-01) Editor’s Introduction: Innovations in Leadership,
2002 (07-3-02) Classic Theories – Contemporary Applications: a comparative study of the implementation of innovation in Canadian and Chinese Public Sector environments, , , ,
2002 (07-3-03) Governance, Power and Ego Development: Toward the Democratic Organization,
2002 (07-3-04) The Reality of Innovation in Government,
2002 (07-3-05) Leadership and Innovation: Relating to Circumstances and Change,
2002 (07-3-06) Federal-Provincial Business Registry Services and Payment System: Offering Electronic Inter-jurisdictional Services Based on Business Needs,
2002 (07-3-07) Beyond work-family balance: Advancing gender equity and workplace performance, by Rhona Rapoport, Lotte Bailyn,
2002 (07-3-08) Primal Leadership: Realizing the power of emotional intelligence, by Daniel Goleman, Richard Boyatzis & Annie McKee,
2002 (07-3-09) Are Your Innovation Ducks All In A Row?,
2002 (07-3-10) Management Tools For Creating Government Responsiveness: The Liquor Control Board of Ontario as a Context for Creating Change, ,
2002 (07-3-11) The Participative Budget in Porto Alegre: Insights from a Study Visit of a Canadian Councillor,
2002 (07-3-11c) The Participative Budget in Porto Alegre: Insights from a Study Visit of a Canadian Councillor, comment by David Jones,
2002 (07-3-12) The New Public Organization, by Kenneth Kernaghan, Brian Marson, and Sandford Borins,
2002 (07-3-13) Creating the Innovation Culture: Leveraging Visionaries, Dissenters and Other Useful Troublemakers in Your Organization, by Frances Horibe,
2002 (7-2-04) You’ve Got to Conform to Create: The Implications of Corporate Culture on Innovation in the Canadian Federal Public Service,
2003 (08-1-01) Introduction to the Special Issue on Designing Innovation: Designing the designs: Designing innovations in human affairs,
2003 (08-1-02) Incentives to Innovation in Development Governance: Some Aspects of Information System Designing,
2003 (08-1-03) Innovations in Workforce Management: the Electronic Learning Record, Prior Learning Assessment, and Human Capital Accounting,
2003 (08-1-04) Digital Governance Models: moving towards good governance in developing countries,
2003 (08-1-05) Strategic Innovations in Post-Conflict Situations: Comparative Use of Large-Group Stakeholder Interaction Methods: New Definitions, New Alliances and the Triumph of Optimism,
2003 (08-1-06) Design: the somewhat unknown but key ingredient in innovation,
2003 (08-1-07) Cities in Civilization, by Sir Peter Geoffrey Hall,
2003 (08-1-08) Canada’s Innovation Strategy: The Politics of Partnership, by Industry Canada & Human Resources Development Canada,
2003 (08-1-09) New Players, Partners and Processes: A Public Sector without Boundaries?, Edited by Meredith Edwards and John Langford,
2003 (08-1-10) The Growth Warriors: Creating Sustainable Global Advantage for America’s Technology Industries, by Ron Mascitelli,
2003 (08-2-1) Editor’s Introduction to the special issue on Innovations in Governance,
2003 (08-2-11) Empire of Disorder, by Alain Joxe,
2003 (08-2-12) Empire: The Rise and Demise of the British World Order and the Lessons for Global Power, by Niall Ferguson,
2003 (08-2-2) Governance Through Community Partnerships: A Model for Public Funding of Private Schools in Australia,
2003 (08-2-3) “Don’t just do something, stand there!”: Revisiting the Issue of Risks in Innovation in the Public Sector,
2003 (08-2-4) Gone Today, Here Tomorrow,
2003 (08-2-5) The Transformation of Governance: Public administration for the twenty-first century America, by Donald F. Kettl,
2003 (08-2-6) Governance in the Twenty-first Century: revitalizing the public service, by Guy Peters and Donald J. Savoie, eds,
2003 (08-2-7) Social Inventions: table of educational inventions,
2003 (08-3-1) Editors’ Introduction: to the special issue on the Ethics of Innovation,
2003 (08-3-2) Jürgen Habermas’ Concept of Universal Pragmatics: A Practical Approach to Ethics and Innovation,
2003 (08-3-3) Innovation Traps: Risks and Challenges in Thinking About Innovation,
2003 (08-3-3a) Comments on Innovation Traps: Risks and Challenges in Thinking About Innovation,
2003 (08-3-4) The Ethics of Innovation and the Development of Innovative Projects,
2003 (08-3-5) Justice, Business, and the Ethics of Innovation in Canadian Nuclear Waste Management,
2003 (08-3-6) The Ethics of Quality Improvement: Practitioners’ Perspectives,
2003 (08-3-7) The British Labour Government and the Private Finance Initiative in the National Health Service: A Case of Pragmatic Policy-Making?,
2003 (08-3-8) Modeling Differences: The Application of the Logic Model to Public Policy Analysis,
2003 (08-3-9) Creativity Enhancement Books: How To, Not What To,
2003 (08-4-01) Educational Innovation in Small Communities: The Introduction of e-Learning to Extend Student Educational and Career Opportunities, ,
2003 (08-4-02) The Diffusion of E-Learning Innovations in an Australian Secondary College: Strategies and Tactics for Educational Leaders, ,
2003 (08-4-03) Web-Based Education, ,
2003 (08-4-04) The Implications of the Male and Female Design Aesthetic for Public Services,
2003 (08-4-05) Trade Corridor Transparency and Security,
2003 (08-4-06) TIEKE – National Meeting Point for Information Society Developers,
2003 (08-4-07) Vers une nouvelle relation: stratégie/système d’information, , ,
2003 (08-4-08) The Politics of Public Management: The HRDC Audit of Grants and Contributions, and Agents of Change: Crossing the Post-Industrial Divide.,
2003 (08-4-09) Organic Management, Creating a Culture of Innovation, by Charles Sirois,
2003 (08-4-10) Notes on Real Employee Empowerment-Democracy is not Laissez-faire,
2003 (08-4-11) An Innovative Manager’s Check-List,
2003 (08-4-13) Opportunity Recognition and Innovation Index,
2004 (09-1-01) Editor’s Introduction to the Special Issue on Employee Empowerment,
2004 (09-1-02) The Process of Engagement: Examination of management values as a change strategy in Veterans Affairs Canada,
2004 (09-1-03) Critical Challenges of the Learning Red Zone: Senior Managers in Empowering Organizational Change,
2004 (09-1-04) Employee Empowerment: Democracy or Delusion,
2004 (09-1-05) Empowerment and Process Consultation,
2004 (09-1-06) Active Adaptation of Municipal Government, ,
2004 (09-1-07) The Followership Continuum: A Model for Increasing Organizational Productivity,
2004 (09-1-08) Why Innovation Doesn’t Work,
2004 (09-1-09) Agents of Change: Crossing the Post-Industrial Divide, by C. Heckscher, M. Maccoby, R. Ramirez, and P.E. Tixier,
2004 (09-1-10) The Collaborative Work Systems Fieldbook: Strategies for Building Successful Teams, by M. M. Beyerlein, G. Klein, and L. Broedling (eds),
2004 (09-2-01) A Topographical Map of the Innovation Landscape, , ,
2004 (09-2-02) Innovations du travail et fonction publique: des efforts louables; un arrimage difficile, ,
2004 (09-2-03) Is the Internet Politics as Usual or Democracy’s Future? Candidate Campaign Web Sites in the 2001 Alberta and British Columbia Provincial Elections,
2004 (09-2-04) World Changers: Successful Partnership for Housing Rehabilitation,
2004 (09-2-05) Commercial Innovation: A Policy Stocktaking,
2004 (09-2-06) The Internet as a Metaphor for the Role of the Modern Government Laboratory,
2004 (09-2-07) The Experience of Transforming the Ministry of Trade and Industry in Denmark into a Development Oriented Organization,
2004 (09-2-08) Scientific Collaboration Between Government and Industry: A viewpoint position paper on sharing intellectual property rights within the framework of collaborative research agreements between the federal government and the private sector,
2004 (09-2-08c) Scientific Collaboration Between Government and Industry, comment,
2004 (09-2-09) The Government Taketh Away: The Politics of Pain in Canada and the United States, edited by Leslie A. Pal and R. Kent Weaver.,
2004 (09-2-10) Managing Innovation,
2004 (09-2-11) La collaboration scientifique entre le gouvernement et le secteur industriel: Réflexion de type point de vue sur le partage de droits de propriété intellectuelle dans le cadre d’Ententes de recherche en collaboration entre le gouvernement fédéral et le secteur privé, ,
2004 (09-3-1) The Consequences of Innovation,
2004 (09-3-2) Evaluating Public Sector Innovation in Networks: Extending the Reach of the National Cancer Institute’s Web-based Health Communication Intervention Research Initiative, ,
2004 (09-3-3) Transforming DoD Organizations Through the Identification and Utilization of Creative Capacity, ,
2004 (09-3-4) Shaping the Next One Hundred Years: New Methods for Quantitative, Long-Term Policy Analysis, by Robert J. Lempert, Steven W. Popper and Steven C. Bankes,,
2004 (09-3-5) Notes from the Innovation Salon on Citizen Empowerment through Participative Budgets, April 19, 2004,
2004 (9-3-7) L’administration en ligne et la gestion citoyenne, organisée et « animée », ,
2005 (10-1-01) Introduction: Innovations in Citizen Engagement and Empowerment: Beyond Boundaries, ,
2005 (10-1-02) The Citizen-Innovator,
2005 (10-1-03) Community Involvement in Protecting the Environment: The Role of Restoration Advisory Boards (RABs),
2005 (10-1-04) Training and Professional Development for Civically Engaged Communities, ,
2005 (10-1-05) Improving Performance and Accountability in Local Government with Citizen Participation,
2005 (10-1-06) Sustaining Citizen-Driven Performance Improvement: Models for Adoption and Issues of Sustainability, ,
2005 (10-1-07) Learning Processes in International Accountability Mechanisms,
2005 (10-1-08) Participatory Processes,
2005 (10-1-09) About Empowerment,
2005 (10-1-10) Empowerment through Service-Learning: Teaching Technology to Senior Citizens,
2005 (10-1-11) The Best and the Brightest: Fostering Innovation and Community Involvement in Small Colorado Communities, ,
2005 (10-1-12) Citizen Engagement in Policy Development and Priority-setting: The Health Products and Food Branch Public Advisory Committee,
2005 (10-1-12f) Participation des citoyens et des citoyennes à l’élaboration des politiques et à l’établissement des priorités, , , ,
2005 (10-1-13) Empowerment in Local Government Administration: The Case of Elgin, Illinois,
2005 (10-1-14) Policy Choices for Contemporary Canada: The emerging role of fathers as primary caregivers,
2005 (10-1-15) From Citizen Expression to Engagement and Empowerment: The Case of Olympia, Washington,
2005 (10-1-16) Review Essay: Democratic Social Engagement,
2005 (10-1-17) From a Native Daughter: Colonialism and Sovereignty in Hawai’I, by Haunani-Kay Trask,
2005 (10-1-18) Where is the Public Mistrust? Review of “E-Government,” a report of The American Planning Association. May, 2004,
2005 (10-2-01) The Free-Market Innovation Machine and New Public Management,
2005 (10-2-02) Les partenariats privé-public comme nouvelle forme de gouvernance et alternative au dirigisme étatique: ancrages théoriques et influences conceptuelles, ,
2005 (10-2-03) Bridging Town & Gown Through Innovative University-community Partnerships, ,
2005 (10-2-04) Innovation in a Re-emerging Economy: Lessons from the Hungarian Experience,
2005 (10-2-05) What do lawyers think about judicial evaluation: Responses to the Nova Scotia Judicial Development Project,
2005 (10-2-06) Innovation et partenariat Entreprise-Université en Algérie, quel rapprochement?,
2005 (10-2-07) Delivering Results through Quality: The Ontario Public Service Reaps the Benefits of its Quality Service Strategy, , ,
2005 (10-2-08) Business Planning and the New Public Management: An Ontario Perspective, ,
2005 (10-2-09) Review Essay: Canada’s Systems of Innovation,
2005 (10-2-10) The Psychology of Decision Making: People in Organizations, by Lee Roy Beach and Terry Connolly,
2005 (10-2-11) Leadership in Nonprofit Organizations, by Barry Dym and Harry Hutson,
2005 (10-2-12) Handbook of Entrepreneurial Dynamics, by William B Gartner, Kelley G Shaver, Nancy M Carter, Paul D Reynolds, editors.,
2005 (10-3-03) Complex Adaptive Systems and the Diffusion of Innovations, , , ,
2005 (10-3-04) Emergence, Creativity, and the Logic of Following and Negating,
2005 (10-3-05) Origines et développements des partenariats privé-public en santé dans les pays développés : principes, enjeux et défis institutionnels, ,
2005 (10-3-06) L’expérience du Fonds d’adaptation des services de santé (FASS) au Québec : une occasion d’apprentissage sur les processus d’introduction de l’innovation et de gestion du changement, , , ,
2005 (10-3-07) Testing a Diffusion of Innovations in Education Model (DIEM),
2005 (10-3-08) Breaking Down Innovation: New Tools for Project Managing Innovative Projects,
2005 (10-3-09) Towards an Innovation-driven Economy Through Industrial Policy-making: an Evolutionary Analysis of Singapore,
2005 (10-3-10) The Unexplored Relationship between Intuition and Innovation,
2005 (10-3-11) Working with Cynicism,
2005 (10-3-12) Metropolitan Governance: Conflict, Competition and Cooperation, by Richard C. Feiock, ed.,
2005 (10-3-13) The SAGE Handbook of Organizational Discourse, by David Grant, Cynthia Hardy, Cliff Oswick and Linda Putnam, eds.,
2005 (10-3-14) The Gebusi: Lives Transformed in a Rainforest, by Bruce Knauft,
2005 (10-3-15) Indigenous Knowledge and the Integration of Knowledge Systems: Towards a Philosophy of Articulation, by Catherine A. Odora Hoppers, ed.,
2006 (11-1-1) Enhancing the Prospect for Deliberative Democracy: the Americaspeaks Model, , ,
2006 (11-1-2) Quality Management and Organizational Innovation in Canada,
2006 (11-1-3) A Framework for Understanding Technology and Technological Change,
2006 (11-1-4) Improved Organizational Performance through the Interdisciplinary Provision of Services: A Case Study of an Economic Evaluation of Pharmacist Dosing of Warfarin, , , ,
2006 (11-1-5) Synchronizing Science and Technology with Human Behaviour, by Ralf Brand,
2006 (11-1-6) Building New Bridges / Bâtir de Nouveau Ponts, by Jeff Keshen and Sylvie Perrier (editors),
2006 (11-1-7) Hiding from Humanity: Disgust, Shame and the Law, by Martha C. Nussbaum,
2006 (11-1-8) Governing for Results: A Director’s Guide to Good Governance, by Mel D. Gill,
2006 (11-1-x) Calls for Papers: Issue on Innovations in Learning. A new Call for Papers.,
2006 (11-2-1) Innovation in the public sector: spare tyres and fourth plinths,
2006 (11-2-2) Approaches and Means of Innovation in Korean Local Government,
2006 (11-2-3) Innovation of Gay Rights Policies and Media, ,
2006 (11-2-4) Recent Issues on Skills and Competencies Development in the Canadian Transportation Sector,
2006 (11-2-5) Sky-High Innovation in the Boardroom: Theory-Z for Boards,
2006 (11-2-6) Surviving the Innovation Paradox: the Case of Megaproject X,,
2006 (11-2-8) Organizations Evolving, Second Edition, by Howard E. Aldrich and Martin Rueff,
2006 (11-3-01) Creating Conditions for Healthy Learning Organizations,
2006 (11-3-02) Collaborative Community-Based Public Education & Neighbourhood Schools, , , , ,
2006 (11-3-03) Inventory Building & Utilization with Info-Technology, ,
2006 (11-3-04) Assessing, Awareness, Perceptions of Academic Staff: E-learning Tools,
2006 (11-3-05) From School to Economy Innovation and Enterprise in Singapore, ,
2006 (11-3-06) Brazil’s National Award Innovation Education Management, ,
2006 (11-3-07) Social Networks, Platforms New Public Private Partnerships Tech & Vocational Education,
2006 (11-3-08) Blood from a Stone,
2006 (11-3-09) Engaging Democracy and Social Justice in Creating Educational Alternatives,
2006 (11-3-10) Postsecondary Education Ideology Capitalist Production,
2006 (11-3-11) The Limits of Critical Thinking,
2007 (12-1-1) Gardener Innovators Guide to Innovating Organizations,
2007 (12-1-2) Innovation in Public Management: the role and function of community knowledge, ,
2007 (12-1-3) The Nature of Change and Innovation in Five Innovative Schools, ,
2007 (12-1-4) An Innovative Model of Service Development: a process guide for service managers,
2007 (12-1-5) Identifying Organizations Fit for Change,
2007 (12-1-6) The Journey of a Creative Thought Leader:,
2007 (12-1-7) Preparing for the Future: Strategic Planning in the U.S. Air Force, by Michael Barzelay and Colin Campbell,
2007 (12-1-8) Intellectual Property and Competition Law: The Innovation Nexus, by Gustavo Ghidini,
2007 (12-2-01) Introduction by the Editors: Special Issue on Development and the Poor in Developing Countries,
2007 (12-2-02) The development elite and institutions of the local poor, ,
2007 (12-2-03) Rethinking innovation and development,
2007 (12-2-04) Implementation of Privatization Policy,
2007 (12-2-05) Handmade Carpets, ,
2007 (12-2-06) Applying Innovative Processes to Improve Governance and Public Administration and Reduce Poverty,
2007 (12-2-07) Indigenous System of Organizations and the Development of SMEs in India,
2007 (12-2-08) Artisan Clusters – Some policy suggestions,
2007 (12-2-09) Alleppey Tourism Development Cooperative: The case of network advantage,
2007 (12-2-10) Challenging Trauma, ,
2007 (12-2-11) The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for Our Time, by Jeffrey Sachs,
2007 (12-2-12) The Bottom Billion: Why the Poorest Countries Are Failing and What Can Be Done About It, by Paul Collier,
2007 (12-2-13) An End to Poverty? A Historical Debate, by Gareth Steadman Jones,
2007 (12-2-14) White Man’s Burden: Why the West’s Efforts to Aid the Rest Have Done So Much Ill and So Little Good, by William Easterley,
2007 (12-2-15) The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism, by Naomi Klein,
2007 (12-2-16) Modern State Intervention in the Era of Globalisation, by Nikolaos Karagiannis and Zagros Madjd-Sadjadi,
2007 (12-3-01) Introduction to the Special Edition: Efficient Management in the Non-Profit Organizations,
2007 (12-3-02) York-Mannheim Symposium on Public Sector Management: Conference Theme 2006,
2007 (12-3-03) Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Government and Accountability Issues in Civil-society-based Organizations,
2007 (12-3-04) Does Full Accrual Accounting Enhance Accountability?,
2007 (12-3-05) A Contingency View of How Boards Can Best Contribute to the Efficient Management of Nonprofit Organizations,, ,
2007 (12-3-06) A Tale of Two Federations: Policy Reform in Canada and Germany, ,
2007 (12-3-07) New Rules for Services of General Economic Interest,
2007 (12-3-08) The Potential for Government Privatization to the Nonprofit Sector,
2007 (12-3-09) Trust and Performance Management in Nonprofit Organisations,
2007 (12-3-10) Managing Non-Governmental Organizations in Botswana, ,
2007 (12-3-11) The Student’s Central Role for Efficient Higher Education Management in Germany, ,
2007 (12-3-12) Canadian Health and Wellness Tourism: Obstacles Impeding International Competitiveness, , ,
2007 (12-3-13) Comparing Regions, Cities, and Communities: Local Government Benchmarking as an Instrument for Improving Performance and Competitiveness, ,
2007 (12-3-14) The Politics of Public Money: Spenders, Guardians, Priority Setters, and Financial Watchdogs Inside the Canadian Government, by David A. Good,
2008 (13-1-01) Introduction to the Special Issue: on Client Empowerment,
2008 (13-1-02) Democratising Social Work – A Key Element of Innovation: From client as object, to service user as producer, ,
2008 (13-1-03) Client Empowerment and Quality Assurance,
2008 (13-1-04) Meaning-Making and Client Empowerment: The Basic Needs Incentive Model, , , ,
2008 (13-1-05) Innovation still needed? Service User Participation in Social Care Services and Practice-led Management,
2008 (13-1-06) Biography as empowerment or appropriation: research and practice issues, ,
2008 (13-1-07) Commentary: Client Involvement in Public Administration Research and Evaluation, ,
2008 (13-1-08) Knowledge-based Services with Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Support – A tool for Women Empowerment,,
2008 (13-1-09) Growing To Work Enterprise: Enhanced Client Empowerment Accomplished via Innovations in a Local Welfare-To-Work Program,
2008 (13-1-10) Service User and Carer Involvement, by Mo McPhail,
2008 (13-1-11) Health and Social Care: Establishing a Joint Future?, by Alison Petch,
2008 (13-1-12) Good to Great and the Social Sectors: A monograph to accompany Good to Great (why business thinking is not the answer), by J. Collins,
2008 (13-2-01) Introduction: Special Issue on Education, , ,
2008 (13-2-02) The Four Pillars of Innovation: An Elementary School Perspective,
2008 (13-2-03) A Five-Year Study of Field-Based Pedagogical Partnerships to Prepare New Elementary Teachers,
2008 (13-2-04) Perspectives and Portraits in Innovation: The Educational Context, ,
2008 (13-2-05) Changing Household Behaviours: Learning for Urban Sustainability, ,
2008 (13-2-06) Making the Leap? Transformative Processes, Academic Freedom and Engendering a Research Culture in Ontario Colleges and Small Teaching-Centered Universities,
2008 (13-2-07) Looking at Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports Through the Lens of Innovations Diffusion,
2008 (13-2-08) The Spectre of Liberalism,
2008 (13-2-09) Ever Since Plato: The Corporatization of Curriculum,
2008 (13-2-10) School Reform in a Global Society, by William E. Segall,
2008 (13-2-11) Capitalists and Conquerors: A Critical Pedagogy Against Empire, by Peter McLaren,
2008 (13-2-12) Indigenous Education and Empowerment, by Ismael Abu-Saad & Duane Champaign,
2008 (13-2-13) Becoming Culturally Oriented: Practical Advice for Psychologists and Educatiors, by Nadya A. Fouad and Patricia Arrendondo,
2008 (13-2-14) Professing’ Humanistic Sociology, by Glenn A. Goodwin and Martin D. Schartz, ed.,
2008 (13-2-15) Social Learning: Towards a Sustainable World, by Arjen E. J. Wals, ed.,
2008 (13-2-16) Call for Papers: Special Issue on Total Quality Management,
2008 (13-2-16f) Appel aux contributions: Gestion de la qualité des services publics, ,
2008 (13-2-17) Call for Papers: Ethics of Public Sector Innovation,
2008 (13-3-01) Editorial Introduction: Complexity Science Applied to Innovation,
2008 (13-3-02) The Last Mile of the Market: How Network Technologies, Architectures of Participation and Peer Production Transform the Design of Work and Labour,
2008 (13-3-03) Perspectives on Organizational Change: Systems and Complexity Theories,
2008 (13-3-04) Overcoming Failure of Imagination in Crisis Management: The Complex Adaptive System, ,
2008 (13-3-05) Toward a Micro-Enactment Theory of Leadership and the Emergence of Innovation, ,
2008 (13-3-06) Toward Development of a Substantive Theory of Public Sector Organizational Innovation,
2008 (13-3-07) Between Implementation and Outcomes, Growth Matters: Grounding an Agent-Based Modeling Approach for Understanding Collaboration Process Management, , , ,
2008 (13-3-08) The Role of Complexity Dynamics in the Innovation Process within the new Primary-Care Governance Model in Portugal,
2008 (13-3-09) Modern Information Literacy Innovates Library by Systems Thinking, ,
2008 (13-3-10) A Complexity Response to Funding Public Education,
2008 (13-3-11) Diagnosis of Sparse Adoption Data using an Expert System-Guided Innovation Diffusion Simulation Model,
2008 (13-3-12) Bios Theory of Innovation,
2008 (13-3-13) Innovation Complexity in the Dynamic Development of an Enterprise: Case Study of the Innovation Marvel of the Shandong Mine Area, , , ,
2008 (13-3-14) The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable, by Nassim Nicholas Taleb,
2009 (14-1-01) Introduction: Leadership for Wicked Problems,
2009 (14-1-02) The Practice of Collective Leadership in the Public Sector,
2009 (14-1-03) Leadership and Organizational Strategy,
2009 (14-1-04) Getting to Integration: Command and Control or Emergent Process,
2009 (14-1-05) Daring Decisions and Representative Municipal Democracy: An Exploration within the New River Management in the Netherlands,
2009 (14-1-06) The Evaluation of a Local Whole Systems Intervention for Improved Team Working and Leadership in Mental Health Services, , , , ,
2009 (14-1-07) Inspiring the Future of Mental Health and Addictions in New Zealand: The Blueprint Executive Leadership and Management Programmes, ,
2009 (14-1-08) Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the Age of Obama, by Gwen Ifill,
2009 (14-1-09) Transcending New Public Management: The Transformation of Public Sector Reforms, by Tom Christensen and Per Lægreid, eds.,
2009 (14-1-10) Inside Project Red Stripe: Incubating Innovation and Teamwork at The Economist, by Andrew Carey,
2009 (14-1-11) The Upside of Down: Catastrophe: Creativity and the Renewal of Civilization, by Thomas Homer-Dixon,
2009 (14-1-12) An Honourable Calling: Political Memoirs by Allan Blakeney,
2009 (14-1-13) Ken Kernaghan, a public administration leader,
2009 (14-2-01) Social Inventions,
2009 (14-2-02) Technological Cooperation,
2009 (14-2-03) Information Asymmetry and the Contracting Out Process,
2009 (14-2-04) Innovating in the German Public Sector: How a Think Tank Frames the Debate on NPM, ,
2009 (14-2-05) Challenges for Urban Environments in the Implementation of Dual Language Programs,
2009 (14-2-06) Governing by Network: The new Shape of the Public Sector, by Stephen Goldsmith and William D. Eggers,
2009 (14-2-07) The Brain that Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science, by Norman Doidge,
2009 (14-2-08) A Cognitive Theory of the Firm: Learning, Governance and Dynamic Capabilities, by Bart Nooteboom,
2009 (14-2-09) Collective Intelligence: Creating a Prosperous World at Peace, by Mark Tovey, ed.,
2009 (14-2-10) Evaluation ex-ante du service offert par le RFId à la bibliothèque, ,
2009 (14-2-11) L’Innovation une affaire d’état: gagnants et perdants de la troisième révolution industrielle, par Claude Rochet, ,
2009 (14-3-01) Introduction: La gestion de la qualité dans le secteur public : a-t-on fait le tour de la question ?, ,
2009 (14-3-02) Apports essentiels du management de la qualité au renouveau du modèle bureaucratique, ,
2009 (14-3-03) Qualité des services locaux et citoyenneté locale de qualité : Exploration d’un angle mort de la mesure de la performance dans les municipalités, ,
2009 (14-3-04) La gestion de la qualité du point de vue des pratiques sociales, , , , ,
2009 (14-3-05) La qualité en éducation : un enjeu de collaboration à cerner, , , , ,
2009 (14-3-06) L’amélioration de la qualité des services publics et ses leviers technologiques dans un contexte de gouvernement électronique : le cas du Québec, ,
2009 (14-3-07) Les paradoxes des démarches qualité dans les hôpitaux publics : modélisation de formes d’ancrage rivales, ,
2009 (14-3-08) La participation des usagers à la gestion de la qualité des CSSS : un mirage ou une réalité ?, , , ,
2009 (14-3-09) Des partenariats université-entreprise : un ingrédient essentiel à la qualité de la formation continue ? Quelques éléments de réflexion pour l’action, ,
2009 (14-3-10) Utilité d’un référentiel de la qualité qui soit cohérent avec la mission, ,
2009 (14-3-11) La gestion de la qualité des services publics : apprendre à gérer les tensions, ,
2010 (15-1-1) Some forecasts of the diffusion of e-assessment using a model,
2010 (15-1-10) The Cancer Stage of Capitalism, by John McMurtry,
2010 (15-1-11) Governing the Environment: Salient Institutional Issues, by Albert Breton, Giorgio Brosio, Silvanna Dalmazzone, Giovanna Garrone, eds.,
2010 (15-1-12) Professionalism and Public Service: Essays in Honour of Ken Kernaghan, by David Siegel and Ken Rasmussen, eds.,
2010 (15-1-13) Blood and Capital: The Paramilitarization of Colombia, by Jasmin Hristov,
2010 (15-1-14) Elusive Equality: Gender, Citizenship, and the Limits of Democracy in Czechoslovakia, 1918-1950, by Melissa Feinberg,
2010 (15-1-15) The Price of Exclusion: Race, Nationalism and the Decline of German Liberalism: 1898-1933, by Eric Kurlander,
2010 (15-1-16) Innovation in Public Services: Entrepreneurship. Creativity and Management, by Paul Windrum and Per Koch, eds.,
2010 (15-1-17) The Future of Innovation, by Bettina von Stamm and Anna Trifilova, eds,
2010 (15-1-18) La réalité des femmes sur les conseils d’administration suite À l’adoption de la loi Québécoise sur la gouvernance des sociétés d’État: Obstacles et accès, , ,
2010 (15-1-2) Innovation in Healthcare Delivery Systems: A Conceptual Framework, ,
2010 (15-1-3) Workforce Management Innovations in Transportation Agencies: Overcoming Obstacles to Public Sector Innovation, ,
2010 (15-1-4) Decolonizing pedagogy in the American Classroom,
2010 (15-1-5) ICT, the New Media (Internet) and Development: Malaysian Experience,
2010 (15-1-6) When the Cure is the Cause: the Turnover and Absenteeism Problems,
2010 (15-1-7) Forced Governance Innovations for Managing the Economic, Financial and Auto Crashes,
2010 (15-1-8) Centres of Excellence in Africa: The Contribution of CESPAM in Public administration in the SADC Region,
2010 (15-1-9) Building Psychiatric Clinical Research Capacity in Low and Middle Income Countries: the Cuban-Canadian Partnership Project, , , , ,
2010 (15-2-01) Introduction to the Symposium Issue, ,
2010 (15-2-02) Making a Difference: Strategies for Scaling Social Innovation for Greater Impact, ,
2010 (15-2-03) The Ethics of Pedagogical Innovation in Diversity and Cultural Competency Education, ,
2010 (15-2-04) Creative Commons: Towards the Non-Proprietary Innovation Triangles for Pro-Poor Innovation in Rural and Agricultural Development Partnerships, ,
2010 (15-2-05) Ethics Codes and their Administration: A Particularly Illustrative Case Study and a Call for Collaboration, ,
2010 (15-2-06) Applications for official support: An innovative way to promote grassroots initiatives,
2010 (15-2-07) Linking Innovation Process to the Provisioning of Public Goods: the Case of Neglected Diseases,, , ,
2010 (15-2-08) Integrated Ethics: An Innovative Program to Improve Ethics Quality in Healthcare,
2010 (15-2-09) Corporate Social Responsibility: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly , by Subhabrata Banerjee,
2010 (15-2-10) The Cultural Politics of Human Rights: Comparing the US and UK, by Kate Nash,
2010 (15-2-11) Discourse and Community: Multidisciplinary Studies in Canadian Culture, edited by Howard A. Doughty and Marino Tuzi,
2010 (15-2-12) Dimensions of Prejudice: Towards a Political Economy of Bigotry, by Zak Cope,
2010 (15-2-13) Rethinking Leadership and “Whole of Government” National Security Reform: Problems, Progress and Prospects, by Joseph B. Cerami and Jeffrey A. Engel,
2010 (15-2-14) Innovation, Evolution and Economic Change: New Ideas in the Tradition of Galbraith, by Blandine Laperche, James K. Galbraith, & Dimitri Uzunidas,
2010 (15-2-15) Recent Advances in Neo-Schumpeterian Economics: Essays in Honour of Horst Hanusch, by Andreas Pyka, Uwe Cantner, Alfred Greiner and Thomas Kuhn, eds.),,
2010 (15-2-16) Europe, Globalization and the Lisbon Agenda , by Maria João Rodrigues, ed,
2010 (15-2-17) Les sentinelles de l’argent sale : les banques aux prises avec l’antiblanchiment, par Gilles Favarel-Garrigues, Thierry Godefroy et Pierre Lascoumes, ,
2010 (15-3-01) Introduction: Special Issue on Innovation and Research,
2010 (15-3-02) Ethics of Innovation for Public Service Professionals,
2010 (15-3-03) Enhancing Public Sector Innovation: Examining the network-innovation relationship, , , ,
2010 (15-3-04) When Agents Become Principals: The Possible Perversion of the Incentive Based Compensation in the Norwegian Academia,
2010 (15-3-05) Recherche partenariale en économie sociale : analyse d’une expérience novatrice de coproduction des connaissances, ,
2010 (15-3-06) Modelling cost-benefit analysis in a data-scarce environment: developing a heuristic tool,
2010 (15-3-07) Research and Innovation Policy: Changing Government-University Relations, edited by G. Bruce Doern and Christopher Stoney,
2010 (15-3-08) Artistry Unleashed: A Guide to Pursuing Great Performance in Work and Life, by Hilary Austen,
2010 (15-3-09) Before Earth Day: The Origins of American Environmental Law, 1945-1970, by Karl Boyd Brooks,
2010 (15-3-10) Edited Clean Version: Technology and the Culture of Control, by Raiford Guins,
2010 (15-3-11) The Ethics Primer for Public Administrators in Government and Nonprofit Organizations, by James Svara,
2010 (15-3-12) In the Place of Justice: A Story of Punishment and Deliverance, by Wilbert Rideau,
2010 (15-3-13) Leading Public Sector Innovation: Co-creating for a Better Society, by Christ,
2011 (16-1-1) Introduction to the Special Issue on Policy Informatics, ,
2011 (16-1-10) Universal Human Rights and Extraterritorial Obligations, by Sigrun Skogly & Mark Gibney, eds,
2011 (16-1-11) American Blacklist: The Attorney General’s List of Subversive Organizations, by Robert Justin Goldstein,
2011 (16-1-12) The Dance of Person and Place: One Interpretation of American Indian Philosophy, by Thomas M. Norton-Smith,
2011 (16-1-13) The Death of the Liberal Class, by Chris Hedges,
2011 (16-1-14) Employee Empowerment – the rhetoric and the reality, by Rosana Huq,
2011 (16-1-2) Information Integration to Support Model-Based Policy Informatics, , , , , ,
2011 (16-1-3) Utilizing computer simulation models to manage complex governance networks, , ,
2011 (16-1-4) A practical approach to the complex problem of environmental sustainability: The UVa Bay Game, , , , ,
2011 (16-1-5) Platform Governance as a Framework to Support Informatics,
2011 (16-1-6) Inherent barriers to the use of social media for public policy informatics, , , ,
2011 (16-1-7) Towards evidence-driven policy design: Complex adaptive systems and computational modeling, ,
2011 (16-1-8) A challenge to the ownership society: Does homeownership alone improve relative neighborhood quality?, ,
2011 (16-1-9) The Global Participant-Observer: Emergence, Challenges and Opportunities,
2011 (16-2-01) L’innovation sans lendemain : les difficultés de l’institutionnalisation du changement, , , ,
2011 (16-2-02) What Cannot Be Counted: Ethics, Innovation and Evaluation in the Delivery of Public Services, , ,
2011 (16-2-03) Total innovation – Towards a localised, comprehensive EU innovation policy, , ,
2011 (16-2-04) Strategies to Improve Client Service: Exemplars in the Canadian Federal Government, ,
2011 (16-2-05) Examining local commissioning accreditation schemes for the voluntary and community sector in the UK: A view from the field, ,
2011 (16-2-06) Public Participation: Finding Knowledge and Clarity in Chaos,
2011 (16-2-07) Comment on Public Participation: Finding Knowledge and Clarity in Chaos,
2011 (16-2-08) Internet Usage in a Malaysian Sub-Urban Community: A Study of Diffusion of ICT Innovation, ,
2011 (16-2-09) The Black Hole of Public Administration, by Ruth Hubbard and Gilles Paquet,
2011 (16-2-10) Prodigal Nation: Moral Decline and Divine Punishment from New England to 9-11, by Andrew R. Murphy,
2011 (16-2-11) The Invention of Hebrew, by Seth L. Sanders,
2011 (16-2-12) Labors of Innocence in Early Modern England, by Joanna Picciotto,
2011 (16-2-13) Healing the Herds: Disease, Livestock Economies, and the Globalization of Veterinary Medicine, by Karen Brown & Daniel Gilfoyle, eds.,
2011 (16-2-14) Youth in a Suspect Society: Democracy or Disposability?, by Henry A. Giroux,
2011 (16-3-01) Introduction: Challenges of Media and Communication Issues – Implications for Malaysian Public Sectors,
2011 (16-3-02) The survival of Malaysia’s national television within a changing mediascape, , , , ,
2011 (16-3-03) The Contention between Government and NGOs in Selected Malaysian Chinese Daily Newspapers through the Eyes of Framing, , , ,
2011 (16-3-04) Journalists and News Sources: Implications of Professionalism in War Reporting, , , , , ,
2011 (16-3-05) Government to citizen: Advocacy of government on-line systems and its acceptance among citizens, , , , ,
2011 (16-3-06) Images and issues of Superpowers: An analysis of international news coverage by the government-owned news agency, Bernama via four national dailies, , , ,
2011 (16-3-07) The Impact of New Media on Traditional Mainstream Mass Media, , , , ,
2011 (16-3-08) Diffusion of innovations: The Adoption of Facebook among Youth in Malaysia, , , , , , , ,
2011 (16-3-09) Confronting Environmental Risk via Communication, , , , , ,
2011 (16-3-10) Malaysian Film Censorship Board (LPF) in the Globalization Era: Towards Transformation and Innovation, , , ,
2011 (16-3-11) Digital Inclusion: The Way Forward for Equality in Multiethnic Society, , ,
2011 (16-3-12) Regulating Blogs in Malaysia, , , , , ,
2011 (16-3-13) Strategies to improve health communications for breastfeeding: Examining the Relationship between Media Producers and News Sources in Malaysia,
2012 (17-1-1) Introduction: Collaborative innovation in the public sector, ,
2012 (17-1-10) Networks, Innovation and Public Policy: Politicians, Bureaucrats and the Pathway to Change inside Government, by Considine, Lewis and Alexander,
2012 (17-1-11) Innovation in the Public Sector: Linking Capacity and Leadership, by Victor Bekkers, Jurian Edelenbos and Bram Steijn (editors),,
2012 (17-1-2) Strategic and everyday innovative narratives: Translating ideas into everyday life in organizations, ,
2012 (17-1-3) Public policy, intermediaries and innovation system performance: A comparative analysis of Quebec and Ontario, ,
2012 (17-1-4) Powering collaborative policy innovation: Can innovation labs help?, ,
2012 (17-1-5) Producing synergy in collaborations: A successful hospital case study, , , ,
2012 (17-1-6) Drivers and barriers of public innovation in crime prevention,,
2012 (17-1-7) Stewards, mediators, and catalysts: Toward a model of collaborative leadership, ,
2012 (17-1-8) Barriers to credible innovations: Collaborative regional governance in the Netherlands, ,
2012 (17-1-9) Measuring the accountability of collaborative innovation,
2012 (17-2-01) Innovation in Higher Education: How public universities demonstrate innovative course delivery options,
2012 (17-2-02) How Public Funding and Firms’ Innovation Strategies Affect the Innovation of the Spanish Hotel Industry, , ,
2012 (17-2-03) Factors Influencing Innovation in Healthcare: A conceptual synthesis,
2012 (17-2-04) Micro-dynamic Disturbances in the Government Workforce as a Cause of Organizational Poor Performance,
2012 (17-2-05) PART: An Attempt in Federal Performance-based Budgeting, ,
2012 (17-2-06) Saving Fido: A Case in the Privatization of Local Animal Control Services,
2012 (17-2-07) New York Times v. Sullivan: Civil Rights, Libel Law, and the Free Press, by Kermit Hall and Melvin I. Urovsky,
2012 (17-2-08) Who Killed Hammarskjöld? The UN, the Cold War, and White Supremacy in Africa, by A. Susan Williams,
2012 (17-2-09) Managing the Future: A Guide to Forecasting and Strategic Planning in the 21st Century, by Stephen M. Millett,
2012 (17-2-10) Advocacy Organizations and Collective Action, edited by Aseem Prakash and Mary Kay Gugerty,
2012 (17-3-01) Qui sont les auteurs de la performance collective locale? Pour une mise en perspective de la performance publique, ,
2012 (17-3-02) Criteria for Developing Mediated Urban Nervous Systems: A Complex Adaptive Systems Perspective,
2012 (17-3-03) Computer-mediated communication in ALICE RAP: A methodology to enhance the quality of large-scale transdisciplinary research, , , , , , ,
2012 (17-3-04) Lending Dynamism to Innovative Capacity in the Periphery of Europe,
2012 (17-3-05) Twinning as an Innovative Practice in Public Administration: An example from the Netherlands, ,