Assembling an informed group of scholars, this volume focuses on the study and practice of central agencies, regulation, budgeting, energy and science policy, and governing instruments. A overview that looks beyond Doern's tremendous body of work, Policy: From Ideas to Implementation is also a survey of the methods and central issues of the Canadian and international public policy disciplines.
Glen Toner is a professor of public policy at Carleton University. Leslie A. Pal is Chancellor's Professor of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University. Michael J. Prince is Lansdowne Professor of Social Policy at the University of V
Foreword / Susan Phillips 1 Policy from Ideas to Implementation: Essays in Honour of Professor G. Bruce Doern / Leslie A. Pal, Michael J. Prince, and Glen Toner; 2 Bruce the Builder / John A. Chenier; 3 The Accidental Theorist? Key Themes in G. Bruce Doern's Approach to the Policy Process / Leslie A. Pal; 4 The Policy Roles of Central Agencies: Bruce Doern's Original Ideas / Peter Aucoin; 5 Self-Regulation, Exhortation, and Symbolic Politics: Gently Coercive Governing? / Michael J. Prince; 6 New Directions and Old Dilemmas: Taxation as an Instrument of Public Policy / Allan M. Maslove; 7 Science Advisory Mechanisms in Canada: An Institutional Analysis / Jeffrey S. Kinder; 8 Policies of Culturing Science and Technology in Canada / Markus Sharaput; 9 Digital State 2.0 / Sandford Borins; 10 Canada-United States Energy Relations: From Domestic to North American Energy Policies? / Monica Gattinger; 11 Policy Making in the Indeterminate World of Energy Transitions: Carbon Capture and Storage as Technological Transition or Enhanced "Carbon Lock In" / James Meadowcroft and Matthew Hellin; 12 Growing the Children of Brundtland: The Creation and Evolution of the NRTEE, IISD, CESD, and STDC / Serena Boutros, Lillian Hayward, Anique Montambault, Laura Smallwood and Glen Toner Contributors