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Volume 26 1, 2021

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Peer-Reviewed Papers:

1. Creating Value in Public Services: The Struggle between Private and Public Interests? by Siv Magnussen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Gjøvik and Rolf Ronning, both of The Centre for Innovation in Services, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Lillehammer, Norway.

2. Transforming E-government in Kazakhstan: A Citizen-Centric Approach, by Baurzhan Bokayev, Zhuldyz Davletbayeva, Aigerim Amirova and Zhanar Rysbekova, all of National School of Public Policy, Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan; Zulfiya Torebekova, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, USA; and Gul Jussupova, Ministry of Education and Science, Republic of Kazakhstan, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.

3. The Role of Universities in the Development of Public Sector Innovations, by Sergei Polbitsyn, School of Public Administration and Entrepreneurship, Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia.

Review Essays:

4. An Innovation Overlooked, yet Vital: The Institutional Arrangements of Democracy in Thought and Practice, a review of Arguing with Zombies, by Paul Krugman, essay by Jos C.N. Raadschelders, The Ohio State University, USA and University of Leiden, Netherlands.

5. Public Policy Handbooks, by Eleanor D. Glor, Fellow, McLaughlin College, York University, Toronto and Editor-in-Chief, The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, Ottawa, Canada.

6. Comment on Review Essay Public Policy Handbooks, by Donald R. Officer, The Intention Coach, Carrying Place, Ontario, Canada.

Book Reviews:

7. Democracy in Canada: The Disintegration of Our Institutions, by Donald J. Savoie, reviewed by Donald R. Officer, The Intention Coach, Carrying Place, Ontario, Canada.

8. Capital and Ideology, by Thomas Piketty, reviewed by Donald R. Officer, The Intention Coach, Carrying Place, Ontario, Canada.

News (Whats New)

  1. The 10 most innovative education companies of 2021 (CFI) In a year of massive educational disruption, these companies found ways to keep students engaged.

  2. Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada Resources for Canadian businesses ISED Improve Economy, investment, enhance Canada's innovation performance, increase share of global trade with a fair, efficient and competitive marketplace.

  3. The Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) February 2021 Is one of the top employers in the National Capital Region.

  4. The Canadian Association of Learned Journals and the Journal Scholarly & Research Communication SRC/CALJ Journal Innovation Award for 2021

  5. Canadian Government: Recherche sites et publications

  6. Australian Innovation System Monitor September 2020

  7. Climate Interactive is a tool developed by an independent, not-for-profit think-tank that grew out of MIT's Sloan School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. Based on a long tradition of system dynamics modeling, their simulations and insights help users see connections, play out scenarios, and see what works to address climate change, inequity, and related issues like energy, health, and food. Climate Interactive was named the top US Energy and Environment think tank by Prospect Magazine.

  8. Beyond 2020 Canadian public service renewal

  9. Nesta 2020 Innovation (United Kingdom).

  10. Ontario Government Forest Sector Investment & Innovation Program


Last updated:

May 1 2021