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CPP 22(3), September 1996
  • Masao Nakamura, and Ilan Vertinsky: Japanese Economic Policies and Growth: Implications for Business in Canada and North America. The University of Alberta Press, Edmonton, 1994; 220 pages. Reviewed by Maureen Baker in CPP 22(3), September 1996, p. 301. PDF: external
  • Arnold Birenbaum: Putting Health Care on the National Agenda. CT: Praeger, , 1995; 228 pages. ISBN: 0275951634. Reviewed by Gail J. Donner in CPP 22(3), September 1996, pp. 306-307. PDF: external
  • Paul Boothe: The Growth of Government Spending in Alberta. Canadian Tax Foundation, , 1995; 166 pages. Reviewed by John C. Strick in CPP 22(3), September 1996, pp. 307-308. PDF: external
  • Martin D. Dooley, Ross Finnie, Shelley A. Phipps, and Nancy Naylor: Family Matters: New Policies for Divorce, Lone Mothers, and Child Poverty. C.D. Howe Institute, , 1995; 295 pages. Reviewed by G. N. Ramu in CPP 22(3), September 1996, pp. 308-310. PDF: external
  • Masao Nakamura, and Ilan Vertinsky: Japanese Economic Policies and Growth: Implications for Business in Canada and North American. University of Alberta Press, , 1994; 220 pages. Reviewed by William J. Milne in CPP 22(3), September 1996, pp. 301-302. PDF: external
  • Lars Osberg, Fred Wein, and Jan Grude: Vanishing Jobs: Canada's Changing Workplaces. James Lorimer and Company, , 1995; 223 pages. ISBN: 1550284827. Reviewed by Andrew Sharpe in CPP 22(3), September 1996, pp. 302-303. PDF: external
  • Filip Palda (ed.): Essays in Canadian Surface Transportation. The Fraser Institutue, , 1995; 178 pages. Reviewed by Konrad W. Studnicki-Gizbert in CPP 22(3), September 1996, pp. 303-305. PDF: external
  • Michael J. Trebilcock, and Daniel Schwanen (eds.): Getting There: An Assessment of the Agreement on Internal Trade. C.D. Howe Institute, , 1995; 226 pages. Reviewed by Brian R. Copeland in CPP 22(3), September 1996, pp. 305-306. PDF: external

CPP 22(4), December 1996
  • Ben Carniol: Case Critical: Challenging Social Services in Canada. Between the Lines, Toronto, 1995; 173 pages. ISBN: 1896357342. Reviewed by Bernie Hammond in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 398-399. PDF: external
  • Iames Iain Gow: Learning from Others: Administrative Innovations among Canadian Governments. Institute of Public Administration of Canada, Toronto, 1994; 218 pages. ISBN: 0920715192. Reviewed by Gary Munro in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 399-400. PDF: external
  • Louis N. Christofides, E. Kenneth Grant, and Robert Swidinsky (eds.): Aspects of Labour Market Behaviour: Essays in Honour of John Vanderkamp. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1995; 286 pages. ISBN: 0802028640. Reviewed by Wayne Simpson in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 400-401. PDF: external
  • Pauline Comeau, and Aldo Santini: The First Canadians: A Profile of Canada's Native People Today. James Lorimer & Company, Toronto, 1995; 219 pages. ISBN: 1550284789. Reviewed by Greg Poelzer in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 401-402. PDF: external
  • Doug May, Alton Hollett, Brian Lee Crowley, and Lars Osberg: The Rock in a Hard Place, Atlantic Canada and the UI Trap. C.D. Howe Institute, Toronto, 1995; 244 pages. Reviewed by Stephan Kaliski in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 402-403. PDF: external
  • W.L. Adamowicz, P.C. Boxall, M.K. Luckert, W.E. Phillips, and W.A. White (eds.): Forestry, Economics and the Environment. CAB International, Wallingford, UK, 1996; 275 pages. ISBN: 0851989829. Reviewed by Patricia Koss in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 404-405. PDF: external
  • Leroy Stone: Dimensions of Job-Family Tension. Minister of Industry, Science and Technology for Statistics Canada, Ottawa, 1994; 113 pages. Reviewed by Barbara Hanson in CPP 22(4), December 1996, p. 405. PDF: external
  • John C. Courtney: Do Conventions Matter? Choosing National Party Leaders in Canada. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1995; 477 pages. Reviewed by Keith Archer in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 405-406. PDF: external
  • Lawrence G. Flood: Unions and Public Policy: The New Economy, Law and Democratic Politics. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, 1995; 208 pages. ISBN: 0313298009. Reviewed by John Godard in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 406-407. PDF: external
  • Jorge Niosi: Flexible Innovation: Technological Alliances in Canadian Industry. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1995; 142 pages. Reviewed by G. Bruce Doern in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 407-408. PDF: external
  • David W. Slater, and R.B. Bryce: War, Finance and Reconstruction: The Role of Canada's Department of Finance 1939-1946. Privately published with aid from the Department of Finance, Government of Canada, Ottawa, 1995; 299 pages. Reviewed by Mervin Daub in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 408-409. PDF: external
  • Francois Lacasse: Mythes, savious et décisions politiques. Presses Universitaires de France, Paris, 1995; 277 pages. Reviewed by Sylvie Arend in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 409-410. PDF: external
  • Anonymous: Healthcare Infostructures: The Development of Information-Based Infrastructures for the Healthcare Industry. The Diebold Institute for Public Policy, Inc., Westport, CT, 1995; 143 pages. Reviewed by Caroline Le Navenec in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 410-411. PDF: external
  • Stephen Brooks: Canadian Democracy: An Introduction. McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1993; 412 pages. Reviewed by John H. Redekop in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 411-412. PDF: external
  • Ike Jeanes: Forecast and Solution: Grappling with the Nuclear, A Trilogy for Everyone. Pocahontas Press, Blacksburg, VA, 1996; 770 pages. ISBN: 0936015624. Reviewed by Kristin Shrader-Frechette in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 412-414. PDF: external
  • W.A. Bogart: Courts and Country: The Limits of Litigation and the Social Political Life of Canada. Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1994; 334 pages. Reviewed by Edwin Webking in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 414-415. PDF: external
  • Bob Boudzwaard, and Harry de Lange: Beyond Poverty and Affluence: Towards a Canadian Economy of Care. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1995; 173 pages. ISBN: 0802076378. Reviewed by Doreen Barrie in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 415-416. PDF: external
  • David Cameron: Taking Stock: Canadian Studies in the Nineties. Association for Canadian Studies, Montreal, 1996; 238 pages. Reviewed by William D. Coleman in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 416-417. PDF: external
  • Amelita Armit, and Jacques Bourgault (eds.): Hard Choices or No Choices: Assessing Program Review. The Institute of Public Administration of Canada and Canadian Plains Research, Toronto, 1996; 200 pages. Reviewed by Richard W Phidd in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 417-418. PDF: external
  • Anonymous: The Transmission of Monetary Policy in Canada. Bank of Canada, Ottawa, 1996; 125 pages. Reviewed by David E. Bond in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 418-419. PDF: external
  • Ignatius J. Horstmann, G. Frank Mathewson, and Neil C. Quigley: Ensuring Competition: Bank of Distribution of Insurance Products. C.D. Howe Institute, Toronto, 1996; 110 pages. Reviewed by John Benson in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 419-420. PDF: external
  • David Corson (ed.): Discourse and Power in Educational Organizations. OISE Press, Toronto, 1995; 348 pages. Reviewed by Nina Bascia in CPP 22(4), December 1996, pp. 420-421. PDF: external

CPP 23(1), March 1997
  • Elizabeth Brubaker: Property Rights and the Defence of Nature. Earthscan Publications Ltd., Toronto, 1995; pages. Reviewed by Dan Usher in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 84-87. PDF: external
  • C.E.S. Franks, J.E. Hodgetts, O.P. Dwivedi, Doug Williams, and V. Seymour Wilson: Canada's Century Governance in a Maturing Society - Essays in Honour of John Meisel. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal et Kingston, 1995; 369 pages. ISBN: 0773512934. Reviewed by Guy Lachapelle in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 87-91. PDF: external
  • Gene Swimmer (ed.): How Ottawa Spends 1996-97: Life Under the Knife. Carleton University Press, Ottawa, 1996; 478 pages. Reviewed by Malcolm Grieve in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 91-92. PDF: external
  • Roy J. Adams, Gordon Betcherman, and Beth Bilson: Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, No Jobs: Tough Choices for Canadian Labour Law. C.D. Howe Institute, Toronto, 1995; 198 pages. Reviewed by Jane Friesen in CPP 23(1), March 1997, p. 92. PDF: external
  • Robert E. Goodin: Utilitarianism as a Public Philosophy. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K., 1995; 352 pages. ISBN: 052146806X. Reviewed by Charles Jones in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 92-94. PDF: external
  • Dan Usher: The Uneasy Case for Equalization Payments. The Fraser Institute, Vancouver, 1995; 163 pages. Reviewed by Harry Kitchen in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 94-95. PDF: external
  • Gary Teeple: Globalization and the Decline of Social Reform. Garamond Press, Toronto, 1995; 189 pages. ISBN: 0391039512. Reviewed by Peter Eglin in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 95-96. PDF: external
  • Anthony Peacock (ed.): Rethinking the Constitution: Perspectives on Canadian Constitutional Reform, Interpretation And Theory. Oxford University Press, Don Mills, 1996; 286 pages. ISBN: 0195411781. Reviewed by Alan Cairns in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 96-97. PDF: external
  • Manon Cornellier: The Bloc. James Lorimer & Co., Toronto, 1995; 180 pages. ISBN: 155028472X. Reviewed by Herman Bakvis in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 97-98. PDF: external
  • Alice H. Amsden, Jacek Kochanowicz, and Lance Taylor: The Market Meets Its Match - Restructuring the Economies of Eastern Europe. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 1994; 250 pages. ISBN: 067454983X. Reviewed by Konrad W. Studnicki-Gizbert in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 98-100. PDF: external
  • Roy Culpeper, and Andrew Clark: High Stakes and Low Incomes: Canada and the Development Banks. The North-South Institute, Ottawa, 1994; 109 pages. ISBN: 0921942737. Reviewed by André Martens in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 100-102. PDF: external
  • Neil Nevitte: The Decline of Deference: Canadian Value Change in Cross-National Perspective. Broadview Press, Peterborough, 1996; 369 pages. ISBN: 1551110318. Reviewed by Harry H. Hiller in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 102-104. PDF: external
  • Stephen R.G. Jones: The Persistence of Unemployment: Hysteresis in Canadian Labour Markets. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1995; 170 pages. Reviewed by Pierre Fortin in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 104-105. PDF: external
  • Laurent Dobuzinskis, Michael Howlett, and David Laycock (eds.): Policy Studies in Canada: The State of the Art. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1996; 442 pages. ISBN: 0802005284. Reviewed by Peter W.B. Phillips in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 105-106. PDF: external
  • Keith Fitzgerald: The Face of the Nation: Immigration, the State, and the National Identity. Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA, 1996; 285 pages. ISBN: 0804724857. Reviewed by Don J. DeVoretz in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 106-107. PDF: external
  • Ronald J. Daniels (ed.): Ontario Hydro at the Millennium: Has Monopoly's Moment Passed?. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1996; 409 pages. Reviewed by Robert D. Cairns in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 107-108. PDF: external
  • Richards Stubbs, and Geoffrey R.D. Underhill (eds.): Political Economy and the Changing Global Order. McClelland & Stewart Inc., Toronto, 1994; 553 pages. ISBN: 0312121970. Reviewed by Kenneth Woodside in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 108-109. PDF: external
  • John N.H. Britton (ed.): Canada and the Global Economy: The Geography of Structural and Technological Change. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1996; 458 pages. Reviewed by G.T. Bloomfield in CPP 23(1), March 1997, p. 109. PDF: external
  • Peter Aucoin: The New Public Management: Canada in Comparative Perspective. Institute for Research on Public Policy, Montreal, 1995; 274 pages. Reviewed by Stanley Winer in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 110-111. PDF: external
  • Giancarlo Pola, George France, and Rosella Levaggi (eds.): Developments in Local Government Finance: Theory and Policy. Edward Elgar, Brookfield, VT, 1996; 333 pages. ISBN: 1858983770. Reviewed by Douglas Auld in CPP 23(1), March 1997, pp. 112-113. PDF: external

CPP 23(2), June 1997
  • Christopher Dunn (ed.): Provinces: Canadian Provincial Politics. Broadview Press, Peterborough, ON, 1996; 531 pages. ISBN: 1551110903. Reviewed by Peter J. Smith in CPP 23(2), June 1997, p. 222. PDF: external
  • Peter C. Newman: The Canadian Revolution: From Deference to Defiance. Penguin Books Canada, Toronto, 1995; 476 pages. Reviewed by Constantine E. Passaris in CPP 23(2), June 1997, pp. 223-224. PDF: external
  • A.D. Scott, J. Robinson, and D. Cohen (eds.): Managing Natural Resources in British Columbia: Markets, Regulations and Sustainable Development. UBC Press, Vancouver, 1995; 213 pages. ISBN: 077480534X. Reviewed by F.J. Anderson in CPP 23(2), June 1997, p. 224. PDF: external
  • R.K. Carty (ed.): Politics, Policy and Government in British Columbia. UBC Press, Vancouver, 1996; 381 pages. ISBN: 077480582X. Reviewed by David J. Baugh in CPP 23(2), June 1997, pp. 224-225. PDF: external
  • Meredith L. Ralston: Nobody Wants to Hear Our Truth: Homeless Women and Theories of Welfare State. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, 1996; 202 pages. ISBN: 0313292922. Reviewed by Paul Stevenson in CPP 23(2), June 1997, pp. 225-226. PDF: external
  • Paul Boothe (ed.): Reforming Fiscal Federalism for Global Competition: A Canada-Australia Comparison. University of Alberta Press, Edmonton, 1996; 229 pages. ISBN: 0888642946. Reviewed by Rod Dobell in CPP 23(2), June 1997, pp. 227-228. PDF: external
  • Peter S. Li: The Making of Post-War Canada. Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1996; 186 pages. ISBN: 0195409205. Reviewed by Roy T. Bowles in CPP 23(2), June 1997, pp. 228-229. PDF: external
  • William Bogard: The Simulation of Surveillance: Hypercontrol in Telematic Societies. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, 1996; 207 pages. ISBN: 0521555612. Reviewed by Bernd Baldus in CPP 23(2), June 1997, pp. 229-230. PDF: external
  • Alicja Muszynski: Cheap Wage Labour: Race and Gender in the Fisheries of British Columbia. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1996; 314 pages. Reviewed by Richard Apostle in CPP 23(2), June 1997, p. 230. PDF: external

CPP 23(3), September 1997
  • Kathryn Harrison: Passing the Buck: Federalism and Canadian Environmental Policy. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 1996; 238 pages. ISBN: 0774805579. Reviewed by Ted Schrecker in CPP 23(3), September 1997, pp. 340-341. PDF: external
  • Kenneth M. Holland, F.L. Morton, and Brian Galligan (eds.): Federalism and the Environment: Environmental Policymaking in Australia, Canada and the United States, Contributions in Political Science 368. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, 1996; 231 pages. Reviewed by Ted Schrecker in CPP 23(3), September 1997, pp. 340-341. PDF: external
  • Carin Holroyd, and Ken Coates: Pacific Partners: The Japanese Presence in Canadian Business, Society and Culture. James Lorimer & Company, Toronto, 1996; 186 pages. Reviewed by Akira Kubota in CPP 23(3), September 1997, p. 341. PDF: external
  • William McArthur, Cynthia Ramsay, and Michael Walker (eds.): Healthy Incentives: Canadian Health Reform in an International Context. The Fraser Institute, Vancouver, 1996; 199 pages. Reviewed by Barry Edginton in CPP 23(3), September 1997, pp. 341-342. PDF: external
  • Francois Rocher, and Miriam Smith (eds.): New Trends in Canadian Federalism. Broadview Press, Peterborough, ON, 1995; 440 pages. ISBN: 1551110199. Reviewed by Bohdan Harasymiw in CPP 23(3), September 1997, pp. 343-344. PDF: external
  • Douglas A. Irwin: Against the Tide: An Intellectual History of Free Trade. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, 1996; 265 pages. Reviewed by Peter W.B. Phillips in CPP 23(3), September 1997, pp. 344-345. PDF: external
  • Joseph H. Carens (ed.): Is Quebec Nationalism Just? Perspectives from Anglophone Canada. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1995; 225 pages. Reviewed by Luc Bernier in CPP 23(3), September 1997, pp. 345-346. PDF: external
  • Anne Laperrière, Varpu Lindström, and Tamara Palmer Seiler (eds.): Ethnicity and Immigration in Canada/Ethnicité et immigration au Canada. Association for Canadian Studies/Association d'études canadiennes, Montreal, 1996; 214 pages. Reviewed by Leslie S. Laczko in CPP 23(3), September 1997, pp. 346-347. PDF: external
  • F.P. Gingras (ed.): Gender and Politics in Contemporary Canada. Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1995; 273 pages. ISBN: 0195410114. Reviewed by Margaret Hillyard Little in CPP 23(3), September 1997, pp. 347-348. PDF: external
  • Marc Linder: The Dilemmas of Laissez-Faire Population Policy in Capitalist Societies: When the Invisible Hand Controls Reproduction. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, 1997; 354 pages. ISBN: 0313303096. Reviewed by Cecilia Benoit in CPP 23(3), September 1997, pp. 348-349. PDF: external
  • Larry Johnston: Ideologies: An Analytic and Contextual Approach. Broadview Press, Peterborough, ON, 1996; 232 pages. ISBN: 1551110679. Reviewed by David A. Nock in CPP 23(3), September 1997, pp. 349-350. PDF: external

CPP 23(4), December 1997
  • Christopher McKee: Treaty Talks in British Columbia: Negotiating a Mutually Beneficial Future. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 1996; 126 pages. ISBN: 0774805862. Reviewed by Gurston Dacks in CPP 23(4), December 1997, p. 460. PDF: external
  • Christos Paraskevopoulos, Ricardo Grinspun, and Theodore Georgakopoulos (eds.): Economic Integration and Public Policy in the European Union. Edward Elgar Publishers, Brookfield, VT, 1996; 310 pages. ISBN: 1858983142. Reviewed by Thanasis Stengos in CPP 23(4), December 1997, p. 461. PDF: external
  • Alex C. Michalos: Good Taxes: The Case for Taxing Foreign Currency Exchange and other Financial Transactions. Dundurn Press, Science for Peace Series, Toronto, 1997; 87 pages. ISBN: 0888669542. Reviewed by Patrick Grady in CPP 23(4), December 1997, pp. 461-462. PDF: external
  • Michael Dorland (ed.): The Cultural Industries in Canada: Problems, Policies and Prospects. James Lorimer & Company, Toronto, 1996; 376 pages. ISBN: 1550284940. Reviewed by John D. Jackson in CPP 23(4), December 1997, pp. 462-464. PDF: external
  • Carolyn Strange (ed.): Qualities of Mercy: Justice, Punishment and Discretion. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 1996; 186 pages. ISBN: 0774805854. Reviewed by Vladislav (Victor) Tomovich in CPP 23(4), December 1997, p. 465. PDF: external
  • John B. Burbidge, James Cutt, Newman Lam, Michael J. Prince, Christopher Ragan, and William B. P. Robson: When We're 65: Reforming Canada's. C.D. Howe Institute, Toronto, 1996; 224 pages. Reviewed by Ellen M. Gee in CPP 23(4), December 1997, pp. 466-467. PDF: external
  • George Selgin: Less than Zero: The Case for a Falling Price Level in a Growing Economy. The Institute of Economic Affairs, #132, London, U.K., 1997; 81 pages. ISBN: 0255364024. Reviewed by Ralph Kolinski in CPP 23(4), December 1997, p. 467. PDF: external
  • Richard G. Lipsey: Economic Growth, Technological Change, and Canadian Economic Policy. C.D. Howe Institute, Toronto, 1996; 87 pages. Reviewed by Peter Howitt in CPP 23(4), December 1997, pp. 467-468. PDF: external
  • Peter Narrian: Hard Bargain: Transforming Public Sector Labour-Management Relations. McGilligan, Toronto, 1996; 205 pages. ISBN: 0969806434. Reviewed by Greg McElligott in CPP 23(4), December 1997, pp. 468-469. PDF: external
  • Wallace Clement (ed.): Understanding Canada: Building on The New Canadian Political Economy. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1997; 408 pages. Reviewed by Barry Cooper in CPP 23(4), December 1997, pp. 469-470. PDF: external

CPP 24(1), March 1998
  • J.M. Mintz, and James E. Pesando: Putting Consumers First: Reforming the Canadian Financial Services Industry. C.D. Howe Institute, Toronto, 1996; 104 pages. ISBN: 0888063881. Reviewed by Reuven Brenner in CPP 24(1), March 1998, pp. 119-120. PDF: external
  • Jonathan Boston, John Martin, June Pallot, and Pat Walsh: Public Management: The New Zealand Model. Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1996; 406 pages. ISBN: 0195583256. Reviewed by R.W. Phidd in CPP 24(1), March 1998, pp. 120-122. PDF: external
  • M. Patricia Marchak: Racism, Sexism, and the University: The Political Science Affair at the University of British Columbia. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1996; 171 pages. Reviewed by Charlene M. Gannage in CPP 24(1), March 1998, pp. 122-123. PDF: external
  • Jeffrey J. Schott (ed.): The World Trading System: Challenges Ahead. Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC, 1996; 329 pages. ISBN: 0881322350. Reviewed by Michael Hart in CPP 24(1), March 1998, pp. 123-125. PDF: external
  • Keith G. Banting, and Robin Boadway (eds.): Reform of Retirement Income Policy: International and Canadian Perspectives. School of Policy Studies, Queen's University, Kingston, ON, 1997; 342 pages. Reviewed by James Pesando in CPP 24(1), March 1998, pp. 125-126. PDF: external
  • Gene Swimmer (ed.): How Ottawa Spends 1997-98 Seeing Red: A Liberal Report Card. Carleton University Press, Ottawa, 1997; 344 pages. Reviewed by Michael Walker in CPP 24(1), March 1998, pp. 126-127. PDF: external
  • Michael Asch (ed.): Aboriginal and Treaty Rights in Canada: Essays on Law, Equality, and Respect for Difference. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 1997; 284 pages. ISBN: 0774805811. Reviewed by Tony Hall in CPP 24(1), March 1998, pp. 127-128. PDF: external
  • Allan Everett Marble: Surgeons, Smallpox, and the Poor: A History of Medicine and Social Conditions in Nova Scotia, 1749-1799. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1993; 356 pages. Reviewed by Jerome H. Barkow in CPP 24(1), March 1998, pp. 128-129. PDF: external
  • John L. Hiemstra: Worldviews on the Air: The Struggle to Create a Pluralist Broadcasting System in The Netherlands. University Press of America, Lanham, MD, 1997; 174 pages. Reviewed by John D. Jackson in CPP 24(1), March 1998, pp. 129-130. PDF: external

CPP 24(2), June 1998
  • Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and CHOICES: A Coalitio: Alternative Federal Budget Papers 1997. Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, Ottawa, 1997; 403 pages. Reviewed by J.C. Strick in CPP 24(2), June 1998, pp. 264-265. PDF: external
  • Alan I. Marcus, and Hamilton Cravens (eds.): Health Care Policy in Contemporary America. The Pennsylvania State University Press, University Park, PA, 1997; 156 pages. ISBN: 0271017406. Reviewed by Phillip G. Clark in CPP 24(2), June 1998, pp. 266-267. PDF: external
  • Terrance Hunsley: Lone Parent Incomes and Social Policy Outcomes: Canada in International Perspective. School of Policy Studies, Queen's University, Kingston, ON, 1997; 121 pages. Reviewed by Christopher Sarlo in CPP 24(2), June 1998, pp. 268-269. PDF: external
  • Stephen B. Lawton, Joseph Freedman, and Heather-jane Robertson: Busting Bureaucracy to Reclaim Our Schools. The Institute for Research on Public Policy, Montreal, 1995; 158 pages. Reviewed by Sid Gilbert in CPP 24(2), June 1998, pp. 270-271. PDF: external
  • Susan Robertson, and Harry Smaller (eds.): Teacher Activism in the 1990s. James Lorimer & Company, Toronto, ON, 1996; 218 pages. Reviewed by David MacKinnon in CPP 24(2), June 1998, pp. 272-273. PDF: external
  • Lois Sweet: God in the Classroom: The Controversial Issue of Religion in Canada's Schools. McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1997; 272 pages. ISBN: 077108319X. Reviewed by Scott Davies in CPP 24(2), June 1998, p. 274. PDF: external

CPP 24(3), September 1998
  • Eleanor D. Glor: Policy Innovation in the Saskatchewan Public Sector, 1971-82. Captus Press, North York, ON, 1997; 280 pages. Reviewed by John A. Boan in CPP 24(3), September 1998, p. 403. PDF: external
  • Patrick J. Monahan: Constitutional Law. Irwin Law, Concord, ON, 1997; 492 pages. Reviewed by Ronald I. Cheffins in CPP 24(3), September 1998, pp. 403-406. PDF: external
  • Gerald Newton (ed.): Luxembourg and Lëtzebuergesch. Language and Communication at the Crossroads of Europe. Oxford University Press, Don Mills,ON, 1996; 286 pages. Reviewed by Jean-Louis de Lannoy in CPP 24(3), September 1998, pp. 406-407. PDF: external
  • Allen Seager, Leonard Evenden, Rowland Lorimer, and Robin Matthews (eds.): Alternative Frontiers: Voices from the Mountain West. Association for Canadian Studies, Montreal, 1997; 185 pages. Reviewed by Joseph Garcea in CPP 24(3), September 1998, pp. 407-408. PDF: external
  • John Hagan, Bill McCarthy, Jo-Ann Climenhage, and Patricia Parker: Mean Streets: Youth Crime and Homelessness. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, 1997; 299 pages. ISBN: 0521497434. Reviewed by Bill O'Grady in CPP 24(3), September 1998, pp. 408-409. PDF: external
  • Tom Kent (ed.): In Pursuit of the Public Good: Essays in Honour of Allen J. MacEachen. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1997; 207 pages. Reviewed by Kenneth Woodside in CPP 24(3), September 1998, pp. 409-411. PDF: external
  • Sylvia Ostry: The Post-Cold War Trading System: Who's on First?. A Twentieth Century Book Fund Book, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1997; 309 pages. ISBN: 0226637905. Reviewed by Peter W.B. Phillips in CPP 24(3), September 1998, pp. 411-412. PDF: external
  • Don Munton (ed.): Hazardous Waste Siting and Democratic Choice. Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC, 1996; 406 pages. ISBN: 0878406255. Reviewed by David McRobert in CPP 24(3), September 1998, pp. 412-413. PDF: external
  • Anne Crichton, Ann Robertson, Christine Gordon, and Wendy Farrant: Health Care: A Community Concern? Developments in the Organization of Canadian Health Services. University of Calgary Press, Calgary, 1997; 408 pages. Reviewed by Harley D. Dickinson in CPP 24(3), September 1998, pp. 413-414. PDF: external

CPP 24(4), December 1998
  • John Richards: Retooling the Welfare State: What's Right, What's Wrong and What's to Be Done?. C.D. Howe Institute, Toronto, 1998; 304 pages. Reviewed by Dan Usher in CPP 24(4), December 1998, pp. 527-529. PDF: external
  • Edward Greenspon, and Anthony Wilson-Smith: Double Vision: The Inside Story of The Liberals in Power. Doubleday Canada, Toronto, 1996; 392 pages. Reviewed by Constantine E. Passaris in CPP 24(4), December 1998, pp. 529-530. PDF: external
  • Jonathon R. Kesselman: General Payroll Taxes: Economics, Politics and Design. Canadian Tax Foundation, Canadian Tax Paper No. 101, Toronto, 1997; 391 pages. Reviewed by Patrick Grady in CPP 24(4), December 1998, pp. 530-531. PDF: external
  • Melody Hessing, and Michael Howlett: Canadian Natural Resource and Environmental Policy: Political Economy and Public Policy. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 1997; 338 pages. ISBN: 0774806141. Reviewed by Mark Sproule-Jones in CPP 24(4), December 1998, p. 531. PDF: external
  • William B. P. Robson, and William Scarth (eds.): Equality and Prosperity: Finding Common Ground. C.D. Howe Institute, Toronto, 1997; 170 pages. Reviewed by Michael Hoy in CPP 24(4), December 1998, p. 532. PDF: external
  • M.W. Raffel (ed.): Health Care and Reform in Industrialized Countries. The Pennsylvania State University Press, University Park, PA, 1997; 303 pages. ISBN: 0271016442. Reviewed by Carol-Lynne LeNavenec in CPP 24(4), December 1998, pp. 532-533. PDF: external
  • Michael Stingl, and Donna Wilson (eds.): Efficiency vs. Equality: Health Reform in Canada. Fernwood Publishing Co. Ltd., Halifax, NS, 1996; 209 pages. Reviewed by William J. McArthur in CPP 24(4), December 1998, p. 534. PDF: external
  • Patricia G. Erickson, Diane M. Riley, Yuet W. Cheung, and Patrick A. O'Hare (eds.): Harm Reduction: A New Direction for Drug Policies and Programs. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1997; 476 pages. ISBN: 0802007562. Reviewed by Jim Hackler in CPP 24(4), December 1998, pp. 534-536. PDF: external
  • Dennis Guest: The Emergence of Social Security in Canada. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 1997; 390 pages. ISBN: 077480551X. Reviewed by Derek Hum in CPP 24(4), December 1998, pp. 536-537. PDF: external
  • Laura Jones, and Michael Walker (eds.): Fish or Cut Bait! The Case for Individual Transferable Quotas in the Salmon Fishery of British Columbia. The Fraser Institute, Vancouver, 1997; 178 pages. Reviewed by John Phyne in CPP 24(4), December 1998, pp. 537-539. PDF: external
  • Elizabeth Townsend: Good Intentions Overruled: A Critique of Empowerment in the Routine Organization of Mental Health Services. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1998; 217 pages. ISBN: 0802078028. Reviewed by Donna M. Wilson in CPP 24(4), December 1998, pp. 539-540. PDF: external
  • F. Laurie Barron: Walking in Moccasins: The Native Policies of Tommy Douglas and the CCF. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 1997; 252 pages. Reviewed by James S. Frideres in CPP 24(4), December 1998, pp. 540-541. PDF: external
  • Hamish Kimmins: Balancing Act: Environmental Issues in Forestry. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 1997; 305 pages. ISBN: 0774805749. Reviewed by Thom Erdle in CPP 24(4), December 1998, pp. 541-542. PDF: external

CPP 25(1), March 1999
  • Philip Dearden, and Bruce Mitchell: Environmental Change and Challenge: A Canadian Perspective. Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1998; 565 pages. ISBN: 0195410149. Reviewed by Paul Parker in CPP 25(1), March 1999, pp. 142-143. PDF: external
  • Kenneth McRoberts: Misconceiving Canada: The Struggle for National Unity. Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1997; 395 pages. Reviewed by Brian Woodrow in CPP 25(1), March 1999, pp. 143-144. PDF: external
  • David M. Thomas: Whistling Past the Graveyard: Constitutional Abeyances, Quebec and the Future of Canada. Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1997; 263 pages. ISBN: 019541215X. Reviewed by Brian Woodrow in CPP 25(1), March 1999, pp. 143-144. PDF: external
  • P.E. Bryden: Planners & Politicians: Liberal Politics and Social Policies, 1957-1968. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1997; 233 pages. Reviewed by Colin Campbell in CPP 25(1), March 1999, pp. 144-145. PDF: external
  • Axel van den Berg, Bengt Furaker, and Leif Johansson: Labour Market Regimes and Patterns of Flexibility: A Sweden-Canada Comparison. Arkiv Forlag, Lund, Sweden, 1997; 264 pages. Reviewed by Lars Osberg in CPP 25(1), March 1999, pp. 145-147. PDF: external
  • Alan Davies, and Marilyn F. Nefsky: How Silent Were the Churches? Canadian Protestantism and the Jewish Plight during the Nazi Era. Wilfred Laurier University Press, Waterloo, 1997; 179 pages. ISBN: 0889202885. Reviewed by William Shaffir in CPP 25(1), March 1999, p. 148. PDF: external
  • Alan Davies, and Marilyn F. Nefsky: How Silent Were the Churches? Canadian Protestantism and the Jewish Plight during the Nazi Era. Wilfred Laurier University Press, Waterloo, 1997; 179 pages. ISBN: 0889202885. Reviewed by David Seljak in CPP 25(1), March 1999, pp. 149-150. PDF: external
  • Harvey Lazar (ed.): Canada: The State of the Federation 1997, Non-Constitutional. Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, Queen's University, Kingston, 1998; 364 pages. Reviewed by Paul G. Thomas in CPP 25(1), March 1999, pp. 150-151. PDF: external
  • André Blais, Donald E. Blake, and Stéphane Dion: Governments, Parties and Public Sector Employees: Canada, United States, Britain and France. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1997; 189 pages. ISBN: 0822939711. Reviewed by R.W. Phidd in CPP 25(1), March 1999, pp. 151-152. PDF: external
  • Ronald L. Watts: Comparing Federal Systems in the 1990's. Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, Queen's University, Kingston, 1996; 126 pages. Reviewed by Anwar Shah in CPP 25(1), March 1999, pp. 152-153. PDF: external

CPP 25(2), June 1999
  • Andrew D.M. Anderson: Seeking Common Ground: Canada-U.S. Trade Dispute Settlement Policies in the Nineties. Westview Press, Boulder, CO, 1995; 313 pages. ISBN: 0813387523. Reviewed by Linda Anton in CPP 25(2), June 1999, pp. 277-278. PDF: external
  • Pierre Marc Johnson, and André Beaulieu: The Environment and NAFTA: Understanding and Implementing the New Continental Law. Broadview Press, Peterborough, 1996; 412 pages. Reviewed by Owen Saunders in CPP 25(2), June 1999, pp. 278-279. PDF: external
  • Michael Hart: Fifty Years of Canadian Tradecraft: Canada at GATT 1947-1997. Centre for Trade Policy and Law, Ottawa, 1998; 260 pages. ISBN: 1896871119. Reviewed by Randall M. Wigle in CPP 25(2), June 1999, pp. 279-280. PDF: external
  • John R. Allan (ed.): Public Enterprise in an Era of Change. Canadian Plains Research Centre, University of Regina, Regina, 1998; 194 pages. ISBN: 088977112X. Reviewed by Harry Kitchen in CPP 25(2), June 1999, pp. 280-281. PDF: external
  • Fen Osler Hampson, and Maureen Appel Molot (eds.): Canada Among Nations 1998: Leadership and Dialogue. Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1998; 304 pages. ISBN: 0195414063. Reviewed by Gerald E. Dirks in CPP 25(2), June 1999, pp. 281-282. PDF: external
  • Colin Hoskins, Stuart McFayden, and Adam Finn: Global Television and Film: An Introduction to the Economics of Business. Claredon Press, Oxford, UK, 1997; 176 pages. Reviewed by Greg Nielsen in CPP 25(2), June 1999, pp. 282-283. PDF: external

CPP 25(3), September 1999
  • B.G. Peters, and J.D. Savoie (eds.): Taking Stock: Assessing Public Sector Reforms. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1998; 414 pages. Reviewed by R.W. Phidd in CPP 25(3), September 1999, pp. 418-419. PDF: external
  • Keith Archer, and Alan Whitehorn: Political Activists: The NDP in Convention. Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1997; 299 pages. ISBN: 0195411455. Reviewed by James Bickerton in CPP 25(3), September 1999, pp. 419-420. PDF: external
  • Frank McGilly: An Introduction to Canada's Public Social Services: Understanding Income and Health Programs. Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1998; 315 pages. ISBN: 019541232X. Reviewed by Joseph Garcea in CPP 25(3), September 1999, pp. 420-421. PDF: external
  • Joseph Maingot: Parlimentary Privilege in Canada 2nd Edition. House of Commons and McGill-Queen's Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1998; 410 pages. Reviewed by Gary Levy in CPP 25(3), September 1999, pp. 421-422. PDF: external
  • Sheila B. Kamerman, and Alfred J. Kahn (eds.): Family Change and Family Policies in Great Britain, Canada, New Zealand and the United States. Oxford University Press, New York, 1997; 416 pages. Reviewed by John F. Peters in CPP 25(3), September 1999, p. 422. PDF: external

CPP 25(4), December 1999
  • Leo Groarke (ed.): The Ethics of the New Economy: Restructuring and Beyond. Wilfred Laurier University Press, Waterloo, 1998; 332 pages. ISBN: 0889203113. Reviewed by Patrick Basham in CPP 25(4), December 1999, p. 563. PDF: external
  • David B. Perry: Financing the Canadian Federation, 1867 to 1995: Setting the Stage for Change. Canadian Tax Foundation, Toronto, 1997; 376 pages. Reviewed by John Robinson in CPP 25(4), December 1999, p. 564. PDF: external
  • Miles Corak (ed.): Government Finances and Generational Equity. Statistics Canada and Human Resources Development, Ottawa, 1998; 147 pages. Reviewed by Norman Bonsor in CPP 25(4), December 1999, pp. 564-565. PDF: external
  • Gerald William Boychuk: Patchwork of Purposes: The Development of Provincial Social Assistance Regimes in Canada. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1998; 159 pages. Reviewed by Karen Swift in CPP 25(4), December 1999, pp. 565-566. PDF: external
  • Bruce Ackerman, and Anne Alstott: The Stakeholder Society. Yale University Press, New Haven, 1999; 296 pages. ISBN: 0300082606. Reviewed by Dan Usher in CPP 25(4), December 1999, pp. 566-568. PDF: external
  • Ariel Salleh: Ecofeminism as Politics: Nature, Marx and the Postmodern. Zed Books, New York, ; 208 pages. Reviewed by Alicja Musznski in CPP 25(4), December 1999, pp. 569-570. PDF: external

CPP 26(1), March 2000
  • Jocelyne Couture, Kai Nielsen, and Michel Seymour (eds.): Rethinking Nationalism. University of Calgary Press, Calgary, 1998; 703 pages. ISBN: 0919491227. Reviewed by Ralph Nelson in CPP 26(1), March 2000, pp. 129-130. PDF: external
  • Thomas J. Courchene, and Thomas A. Wilson (eds.): Fiscal Targets and Economic Growth. John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, Queen’s University, Kingston, 1998; 404 pages. Reviewed by Andrew Sharpe in CPP 26(1), March 2000, p. 131. PDF: external
  • Brian Wharf, and Brad McKenzie: Connecting Policy to Practice in the Human Services. Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1998; 164 pages. ISBN: 0195414136. Reviewed by Evelyn Ferguson in CPP 26(1), March 2000, p. 132. PDF: external
  • David R. Morrison: Aid and Ebb Tide: A History of CIDA and Canadian Development Assistance. Wilfred Laurier University Press, Waterloo, 1998; 602 pages. ISBN: 0889203040. Reviewed by James Shute in CPP 26(1), March 2000, pp. 133-134. PDF: external
  • Barbara Wake Carroll, and David Siegel: Service in the Field: The World of Front-Line Public Servants. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1999; 251 pages. Reviewed by John Shields in CPP 26(1), March 2000, pp. 135-136. PDF: external
  • John Shields, and B. Mitchell Evans: Shirking the State: Globalization and Public Administration "Reform". Fernwood Publishing, Halifax, 1998; 143 pages. Reviewed by Paul G. Thomas in CPP 26(1), March 2000, p. 137. PDF: external
  • Carol T. Baines, Patricia M. Evans, and Sheila N. Neysmith (eds.): Women's Caring: Feminist Perspectives on Social Welfare. Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1998; 257 pages. ISBN: 0195413024. Reviewed by Wendy Mitchinson in CPP 26(1), March 2000, p. 138. PDF: external
  • Lorne Foster: Turnstile Immigration: Multiculturalism, Social Order and Social Justice in Canada. Thompson Educational Publishing, Toronto, 1998; 190 pages. ISBN: 1550770977. Reviewed by Yasmeen Abu-Laban in CPP 26(1), March 2000, p. 139. PDF: external
  • Robin W. Boadway, and Paul A.R. Hobson (eds.): Equalization: Its Contributions to Canada's Economic and Fiscal Progress. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1998; 255 pages. Reviewed by Mike McCracken in CPP 26(1), March 2000, p. 140. PDF: external
  • Garth Stevenson: Community Besieged: The Anglophone Minority and the Politics of Quebec. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1999; 363 pages. Reviewed by John A. Hall in CPP 26(1), March 2000, p. 141. PDF: external

CPP 26(2), June 2000
  • David Cameron (ed.): The Referendum Papers: Essays on Secession and National Unity. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1999; 432 pages. ISBN: 0802044492. Reviewed by Dan Usher in CPP 26(2), June 2000, pp. 265-270. PDF: external
  • Donald R. Forsdyke: Tomorrow's Cures Today? How to Reform the Health Research System. Gordon & Breach, London, UK, 2000; 168 pages. Reviewed by Bryan J. Poulin in CPP 26(2), June 2000, pp. 271-272. PDF: external
  • Lascher, Jr., Edward L.: The Politics of Automobile Insurance Reform: Ideas, Institutions and Public Policy in North America. Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC, 1999; 144 pages. Reviewed by Mary Kelly in CPP 26(2), June 2000, pp. 273-274. PDF: external
  • Richard M. Bird, Michael J. Trebilcock, and Thomas A. Wilson (eds.): Rationality in Public Policy: Retrospect and Prospect, A Tribute to Douglas G. Hartle. Canadian Tax Foundation, Canadian Tax Paper No. 104, Toronto, 1999; 282 pages. Reviewed by Herbert G. Grubel in CPP 26(2), June 2000, p. 275. PDF: external
  • Donald R. Stabile: The Origins of American Public Finance: Debates over Money, Debt and Taxes in the Constitutional Era, 1776-1836. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, 1998; 208 pages. ISBN: 0313307547. Reviewed by Almos Tassonyi in CPP 26(2), June 2000, p. 276. PDF: external

CPP 26(3), September 2000
  • Margaret A. Somerville (ed.): Do We Care? Renewing Canada's Commitment to Health. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1999; 166 pages. ISBN: 0773518770. Reviewed by Barbara Hanson in CPP 26(3), September 2000, p. 387. PDF: external
  • Jack Glenn: Once Upon an Oldman: Special Interest Politics and the Oldman River Dam. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 1999; 329 pages. ISBN: 0774807121. Reviewed by Anthony J. Hall in CPP 26(3), September 2000, pp. 388-389. PDF: external
  • Jamie Swift: Civil Society in Question. Between The Lines, Toronto, 1999; 170 pages. ISBN: 1896357245. Reviewed by Richard Ogmundson in CPP 26(3), September 2000, p. 390. PDF: external
  • Stéphane Dion: Straight Talk on Canadian Unity. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1999; 254 pages. ISBN: 0773518568. Reviewed by Garth Stevenson in CPP 26(3), September 2000, p. 391. PDF: external
  • Louise Marmen, and Jean-Pierre Corbeil: New Canadian Perspectives: Languages in Canada, 1996 Census. Minister of Public Works and Government Services, Ottawa, 1999; 86 pages. Reviewed by Madeline A. Kalbach in CPP 26(3), September 2000, p. 392. PDF: external
  • Mary Kinnear: A Female Economy: Women's Work in a Prairie Province 1870-1970. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1998; 215 pages. ISBN: 0773517340. Reviewed by Belinda Leach in CPP 26(3), September 2000, p. 393. PDF: external
  • Karl Froschauer: White Gold: Hydroelectric Power in Canada. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 1999; 322 pages. ISBN: 0774807083. Reviewed by Robert D. Cairns in CPP 26(3), September 2000, pp. 394-395. PDF: external
  • Will Kymlicka: Finding Our Way: Rethinking Ethnocultural Relations in Canada. Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1998; 220 pages. ISBN: 0195413148. Reviewed by Dhiru Patel in CPP 26(3), September 2000, pp. 396-397. PDF: external
  • David G. Haglund (ed.): Pondering NATO's Nuclear Options: Gambits for a Post-Westphalian World. Queen's Quarterly, Kingston, ON, 1999; 208 pages. Reviewed by Paul Buteux in CPP 26(3), September 2000, p. 398. PDF: external
  • Keith Acheson, and Christopher J. Maule: Much Ado about Culture: North American Trade Disputes. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, MI, 1999; 364 pages. ISBN: 0472110489. Reviewed by Howard Aster in CPP 26(3), September 2000, p. 399. PDF: external

CPP 26(4), December 2000
  • Donald Savoie: Governing from the Centre: The Concentration of Power in Canadian Politics. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1999; 480 pages. ISBN: 0802082521. Reviewed by R.W. Phidd in CPP 26(4), December 2000, pp. 494-496. PDF: external
  • Donald Barry, and Ronald C. Keith (eds.): Regionalism, Multilateralism, and the Politics of Global Trade. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 1999; 302 pages. ISBN: 0774807512. Reviewed by Patrick Grady in CPP 26(4), December 2000, p. 497. PDF: external
  • Peter G. Peterson: Gray Dawn: How the Coming Age Wave Will Transform America and the World. Times Books, New York, 1999; 280 pages. ISBN: 0812931955. Reviewed by David K. Foot in CPP 26(4), December 2000, pp. 498-500. PDF: external
  • Richard Marquardt: Enter at Your Own Risk: Canadian Youth and the Labour Market. Between the Lines, Toronto, 1998; 165 pages. ISBN: 1896357199. Reviewed by Tony Turrittin in CPP 26(4), December 2000, pp. 501-502. PDF: external
  • Harvey Lazar, and Tom McIntosh (eds.): Canada: The State of the Federation 1998/99: How Canadians Connect. McGill-Queen’s University Press for the School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University, Montreal and Kingston, 1999; 394 pages. Reviewed by W. Robert Needham in CPP 26(4), December 2000, p. 503. PDF: external
  • Morris Goldstein: The Asian Financial Crisis: Causes, Cures, and Systemic Implications. Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC, 1998; 77 pages. ISBN: 088132261X. Reviewed by John N. Benson in CPP 26(4), December 2000, pp. 504-505. PDF: external
  • Marcus Noland, Li-Gang Liu, Sherman Robinson, and Zhi Wang: Global Economic Effects of the Asian Currency Devaluations. Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC, 1998; 104 pages. ISBN: 0881322601. Reviewed by John N. Benson in CPP 26(4), December 2000, pp. 504-505. PDF: external
  • A. Posen: Restoring Japan’s Economic Growth. Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC, 1998; 186 pages. ISBN: 0881322628. Reviewed by John N. Benson in CPP 26(4), December 2000, pp. 504-505. PDF: external

CPP 27(1), March 2001
  • D.W. Livingstone, D. Hart, and L.E. Davie: Public Attitudes Towards Education in Ontario 1998: The Twelfth OISE/UT Survey. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1999; 103 pages. Reviewed by David A. Nock in CPP 27(1), March 2001, pp. 113-114. PDF: external
  • David G. Gratzer: Code Blue: Reviving Canada's Health Care System. ECW Press, Toronto, 1999; 236 pages. ISBN: 1550223933. Reviewed by Cecilia Benoit in CPP 27(1), March 2001, pp. 115-116. PDF: external
  • Barbara Murphy: The Ugly Canadian: The Rise and Fall of a Caring Society. J. Gordon Shillingford Publishing, Winnipeg, 1999; 149 pages. ISBN: 1896239455. Reviewed by James Côté in CPP 27(1), March 2001, p. 117. PDF: external
  • Robert A. Young: The Struggle for Quebec: From Referendum to Referendum?. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1999; 210 pages. Reviewed by Yvan Gagnon in CPP 27(1), March 2001, p. 118. PDF: external
  • David G. Haglund, and S. Neil MacFarlane (eds.): Security, Strategy and the Global Economics of Defence Production. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1999; 144 pages. Reviewed by Alistair D. Edgar in CPP 27(1), March 2001, p. 119. PDF: external
  • Robert Young (ed.): Stretching the Federation: The Art of the State in Canada. Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, Queen's University, Kingston, ON, 1999; 255 pages. Reviewed by Paul G. Thomas in CPP 27(1), March 2001, p. 120. PDF: external
  • Robin W. Boadway, and Harry M. Kitchen (eds.): Canadian Tax Policy, Third Edition: Canadian Tax Paper No. 103. Canadian Tax Foundation, Toronto, 1999; 504 pages. Reviewed by David Conklin in CPP 27(1), March 2001, p. 121. PDF: external
  • F.L. Morton, and Rainer Knopff: The Charter Revolution and the Court Party. Broadview Press, Peterborough, ON, 2000; 227 pages. ISBN: 155111089X. Reviewed by Peter Leslie in CPP 27(1), March 2001, pp. 122-123. PDF: external
  • Alan C. Cairns, John C. Courtney, Peter Mackinnon, Hans J. Michelmann, and David E. Smith (eds.): Citizenship, Diversity, and Pluralism: Canadian and Comparative Perspectives. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1999; 288 pages. Reviewed by Patrick Kyba in CPP 27(1), March 2001, pp. 124-125. PDF: external

CPP 27(2), June 2001
  • Thomas O. Hueglin: Early Modern Concepts for a Late Modern World: Althusius on Community and Federalism. Wilfred Laurier University Press, Waterloo, ON, 1999; 265 pages. ISBN: 0889203229. Reviewed by Kenneth Kierans in CPP 27(2), June 2001, p. 241. PDF: external
  • Caroline Hughes Tuohy: Accidental Logics: The Dynamics of Change in the Health Care Arena in the United States, Britain and Canada. Oxford University Press, New York, 1999; 312 pages. Reviewed by Brian Ferguson in CPP 27(2), June 2001, pp. 242-243. PDF: external
  • Thomas R. Klassen: Precarious Values: Organizations, Politics and Labour Market Policy in Ontario. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2000; 200 pages. Reviewed by Felice Martinello in CPP 27(2), June 2001, pp. 244-245. PDF: external
  • Terry Boychuk: The Making and Meaning of Hospital Policy in the United States and Canada. The University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, MI, 1999; 178 pages. ISBN: 0472109286. Reviewed by J.A. Boan in CPP 27(2), June 2001, pp. 246-247. PDF: external
  • Keith G. Banting (ed.): The Nonprofit Sector in Canada: Roles and Relationships. McGill-Queen's University Press and School of Policy Studies, Queen's University, Montreal and Kingston, 1999; 268 pages. Reviewed by Rose Anne Devlin in CPP 27(2), June 2001, p. 248. PDF: external

CPP 27(3), September 2001
  • Kerry A. Badgley: Ringing in the Common Love of Good: The United Farmers of Ontario, 1914–1926. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2000; 301 pages. Reviewed by Anthony Winson in CPP 27(3), September 2001, pp. 375-376. PDF: external
  • Alexandra Dobrowolsky: The Politics of Pragmatism: Women, Representation and Constitutionalism in Canada. Oxford University Press, Don Mills, ON, 1999; 320 pages. ISBN: 0195413792. Reviewed by Elaine Stavro in CPP 27(3), September 2001, p. 377. PDF: external
  • John Willinsky: If Only We Knew: Increasing the Public Value of Social Science Research. Routledge, New York and London, 2000; 252 pages. ISBN: 0415926521. Reviewed by Linda Christiansen-Ruffman in CPP 27(3), September 2001, pp. 378-379. PDF: external
  • Brian K. Murphy: Transforming Ourselves, Transforming the World: An Open Conspiracy for Social Change. Fernwood Publishing and St. Martin's Press, Halifax, NS and New York, 1999; 159 pages. Reviewed by John F. Peters in CPP 27(3), September 2001, pp. 380-381. PDF: external
  • Michael A. Burayidi (ed.): Urban Planning in a Multicultural Society. Praeger Publishers, Westport, CT, 2000; 264 pages. ISBN: 0275961257. Reviewed by Mark Seasons in CPP 27(3), September 2001, p. 382. PDF: external
  • Mario Polèse, and Richard Stren (eds.): The Social Sustainability of Cities: Diversity and the Management of Change. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2000; 334 pages. ISBN: 080204767X. Reviewed by Jon Caulfield in CPP 27(3), September 2001, p. 383. PDF: external

CPP 27(4), December 2001
  • Michael Ignatieff: The Rights Revolution. Anansi Press, Toronto, 2000; 170 pages. ISBN: 0887846564. Reviewed by Cristie L. Ford in CPP 27(4), December 2001, pp. 515-519. PDF: external
  • Harvey Lazar (ed.): Toward a New Mission Statement for Canadian Fiscal Federalism. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2000; 428 pages. Reviewed by Paul Boothe in CPP 27(4), December 2001, p. 520. PDF: external
  • Andrew Sancton: Merger Mania: The Assault on Local Government. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2000; 183 pages. Reviewed by Peter Tomlinson in CPP 27(4), December 2001, pp. 521-522. PDF: external
  • Thomas J. Courchene: A State of Minds: Toward a Human Capital Future for Canadians. The Institute for Research on Public Policy(IRPP), Montreal, 2001; 323 pages. Reviewed by Alice Nakamura in CPP 27(4), December 2001, pp. 523-524. PDF: external
  • Thomas J. Courchene: A State of Minds: Toward a Human Capital Future for Canadians. The Institute for Research on Public Policy(IRPP), Montreal, 2001; 323 pages. Reviewed by Constantine E. Passaris in CPP 27(4), December 2001, pp. 525-526. PDF: external
  • Paul Anisef, Paul Axelrod, Etta Baichman-Anisef, Carl James, Anton Turrittin, Fred Ashbury, Gottfried Paasche, and Zeng Lin: Opportunity and Uncertainty: Life Course Experiences of the Class of ’73. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2000; 327 pages. Reviewed by Frederick T. Evers in CPP 27(4), December 2001, p. 527. PDF: external
  • Thomas P. D'Aquino, and David Stewart-Patterson: Northern Edge: How Canadians Can Triumph in a Global Economy. Stoddart, Toronto, 2001; 331 pages. Reviewed by Geoffrey Hale in CPP 27(4), December 2001, pp. 528-529. PDF: external
  • Frank T. Denton, Deborah Fretz, and Byron G. Spencer (eds.): Independence and Economic Security in Old Age. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2000; 380 pages. ISBN: 0774807881. Reviewed by Michael J. Prince in CPP 27(4), December 2001, p. 530. PDF: external
  • Owen Lippert (ed.): Beyond the Nass Valley: National Implications of the Supreme Court’s Delgamuukw Decision. The Fraser Institute, Vancouver, 2000; 544 pages. Reviewed by Nigel Bankes in CPP 27(4), December 2001, pp. 531-532. PDF: external

CPP 28(1), March 2002
  • Trevor C. Salmon, and Michael Keating (eds.): The Dynamics of Decentralization: Canadian Federalism and British Devolution. McGill-Queen's University Press and School of Policy Studies, Queen's University, Montreal and Kingston, 2001; 192 pages. Reviewed by Paul G. Thomas in CPP 28(1), March 2002, p. 154. PDF: external
  • Ken Battle, and Michael Mendelson (eds.): Benefits for Children: A Four Country Study. The Caledon Institute of Social Policy, Ottawa, 2001; 312 pages. Reviewed by Michael J. Prince in CPP 28(1), March 2002, pp. 155-156. PDF: external
  • Richard Moon: The Constitutional Protection of Freedom of Expression. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2000; 312 pages. ISBN: 0802008518. Reviewed by Frederick Vaughan in CPP 28(1), March 2002, pp. 157-158. PDF: external
  • Benjamin Cashore, George Hoberg, Michael Howlett, Jeremy Rayner, and Jeremy Wilson: In Search of Sustainability: British Columbia Forest Policy in the 1990s. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2001; 329 pages. ISBN: 0774808314. Reviewed by Patricia Marchak in CPP 28(1), March 2002, p. 153. PDF: external

CPP 28(2), June 2002
  • John C. Courtney: Commissioned Ridings: Designing Canada’s Electoral Districts. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2001; 337 pages. Reviewed by Sylvie Arend in CPP 28(2), June 2002, p. 327. PDF: external
  • John Dixon, and Mark Hyde (eds.): The Marketization of Social Security. Quorum Books, A Policy Studies Organization Book, Westport, CT, 2001; 222 pages. ISBN: 1567203256. Reviewed by Michael J. Prince in CPP 28(2), June 2002, p. 328. PDF: external
  • Paul Howe, and Peter H. Russell (eds.): Judicial Power and Canadian Democracy. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2001; pages. Reviewed by Troy Riddell in CPP 28(2), June 2002, pp. 329-330. PDF: external
  • W. Craig Riddell, and France St-Hilaire (eds.): Adapting Public Policy to a Labour Market in Transition. The Institute for Research on Public Policy, Montreal, 2000; 317 pages. Reviewed by Harvey King in CPP 28(2), June 2002, p. 331. PDF: external

CPP 28(3), September 2002
  • Debra J. Salazar, and Donald K. Alper (eds.): Sustaining the Forests of the Pacific Coast: Forging Truces in the War in the Woods. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2000; 256 pages. ISBN: 0774808152. Reviewed by Michael Howlett in CPP 28(3), September 2002, p. 483. PDF: external
  • Jane Jenson, and Mariette Sineau: Who Cares? Women's Work, Childcare and Welfare State Redesign. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2001; 289 pages. ISBN: 0802046932. Reviewed by Katherine Covell in CPP 28(3), September 2002, p. 484. PDF: external
  • John Ibbitson: Loyal No More: Ontario's Struggle for a Separate Destiny. HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, , 2001; 225 pages. ISBN: 000200030X. Reviewed by Michael Stevenson in CPP 28(3), September 2002, pp. 485-486. PDF: external
  • Gene Swimmer (ed.): Public Sector Labour Relations in an Era of Restraint and Restructuring. Oxford University Press, Don Mills, ON, 2001; 232 pages. Reviewed by Peter Warrian in CPP 28(3), September 2002, p. 487. PDF: external
  • William Boyce, Mary Tremblay, Mary Anne McColl, Jerome Bickenbach, Anne Crichton, Steven Andrews, Nancy Gerein, and April D'Anbih: A Seat at the Table: Persons with Disabilities and Policy Making. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2001; 205 pages. Reviewed by R. Brian Howe in CPP 28(3), September 2002, p. 488. PDF: external

CPP 28(4), December 2002
  • Nelson Michaud, and Kim Richard Nossal (eds.): Diplomatic Departures: The Conservative Era in Canadian Foreign Policy, 1984-93. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2001; 326 pages. ISBN: 0774808640. Reviewed by Paul Buteux in CPP 28(4), December 2002, p. 609. PDF: external
  • Gordon Smith, and Daniel Wolfish (eds.): Who is Afraid of the State? Canada in a World of Multiple Centres of Power. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2001; 351 pages. ISBN: 0802083889. Reviewed by Malcolm Grieve in CPP 28(4), December 2002, p. 610. PDF: external
  • Douglas L. Bland (ed.): Backbone of the Army: Non-Commissioned Officers in the Future Army. Queen's School of Policy Studies and McGill-Queen's University Press, Kingston, ON, 2000; 126 pages. Reviewed by Desmond Morton in CPP 28(4), December 2002, p. 611. PDF: external
  • Kent Roach: The Supreme Court on Trial: Judicial Activism or Democratic Dialogue. Irwin Law, Toronto, 2001; 378 pages. ISBN: 552210545. Reviewed by Dennis Baker in CPP 28(4), December 2002, p. 612. PDF: external
  • Katherine Covell, and R. Brian Howe: The Challenge of Children's Rights for Canada. Wilfred Laurier University Press, Waterloo, ON, 2001; 244 pages. ISBN: 0889203806. Reviewed by Alexandra Dobrowolsky in CPP 28(4), December 2002, pp. 613-614. PDF: external

CPP 29(1), March 2003
  • Donald Savoie: Pulling Against Gravity: Economic Development in New Brunswick During the McKenna Years. The Institute for Research on Public Policy, Montreal, 2001; 197 pages. Reviewed by David Murrell in CPP 29(1), March 2003, pp. 119-120. PDF: external
  • Keith Banting, Andrew Sharpe, and France St-Hilaire (eds.): The Review of Economic Performance and Social Progress, the Longest Decade: Canada in the 1990's. Centre for Living Standards and the Institute for Research on Public Policy, Ottawa and Montreal, 2001; 313 pages. Reviewed by Frank Strain in CPP 29(1), March 2003, pp. 121-122. PDF: external
  • Thomas R. Hollick, and David Siegel: Evolution, Revolution, Amalgamation: Restructuring in Three Ontario Municipalities. Department of Political Science, University of Western Ontario, London, ON, 2001; 354 pages. Reviewed by Robert J. Williams in CPP 29(1), March 2003, p. 123. PDF: external
  • Robert A. Pastor, and C. Fred Bergsten: Toward a North American Community: Lessons from the Old World for the New. Institute for International Economics, , 2001; 207 pages. ISBN: 0881323284. Reviewed by Kenneth Woodside in CPP 29(1), March 2003, pp. 124-125. PDF: external

CPP 29(2), June 2003
  • Alan McHughen: Biotechnology & Food for Canadians. The Fraser Institute, Vancouver, 2002; 69 pages. ISBN: 0889751919. Reviewed by Neil Emery in CPP 29(2), June 2003, pp. 267-268. PDF: external
  • Peter W.B. Phillips, and Robert Wolfe (eds.): Governing Food: Science, Safety and Trade. School of Policy Studies and McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2001; 178 pages. Reviewed by Neil Emery in CPP 29(2), June 2003, pp. 267-268. PDF: external
  • John Crow: Making Money: An Insider's Perspective on Finance, Politics, and Canada's Central Bank. John Wiley & Sons, Etobicoke, ON, 2002; 256 pages. ISBN: 0470831804. Reviewed by Ronald A. Shearer in CPP 29(2), June 2003, pp. 269-270. PDF: external
  • G. Bruce Doern, Arsian Dorman, and Robert W. Morrison (eds.): Canadian Nuclear Energy Policy. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2001; 384 pages. ISBN: 0802047882. Reviewed by Joseph A. Doucet in CPP 29(2), June 2003, pp. 271-272. PDF: external
  • Mike Burke, Colin Mooers, and John Shields (eds.): Restructuring and Resistance: Canadian Public Policy in an Age of Global Capitalism. Fernwood Publishing, Halifax, 2000; pages. Reviewed by Gerard W. Boychuk in CPP 29(2), June 2003, pp. 273-274. PDF: external
  • Stuart N. Soroka: Agenda-Setting Dynamics in Canada. UBC Press, Vancouver, 2002; 168 pages. ISBN: 0774809582. Reviewed by Loleen Berdahl in CPP 29(2), June 2003, pp. 275-276. PDF: external
  • Judith I. McKenzie: Environmental Politics in Canada: Managing the Commons into the 21st Century. Oxford University Press, Don Mills, ON, 2002; 325 pages. Reviewed by Ian Keay in CPP 29(2), June 2003, pp. 277-278. PDF: external

CPP 29(3), September 2003
  • Richard Florida: The Rise of the Creative Class: And How It's Transforming Work, Leisure, Community and Everyday Life. Basic Books, New York, 2002; 404 pages. ISBN: 0465024769. Reviewed by Ted D. Naylor in CPP 29(3), September 2003, pp. 377-378. PDF: external
  • Maive Quaid: Workfare: Why Good Social Policy Ideas Go Bad. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2003; 256 pages. Reviewed by Chris Sarlo in CPP 29(3), September 2003, pp. 379-380. PDF: external
  • John Cornwall, and Wendy Cornwall: Capitalist Development in the Twentieth Century: An Evolutionary-Keynesian Analysis. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2001; pages. Reviewed by Alvaro Pereira in CPP 29(3), September 2003, pp. 381-382. PDF: external
  • Rosa Mulé: Political Parties, Games and Redistribution. Cambridge University Press, New York, 2001; 255 pages. ISBN: 0521790085. Reviewed by Filip Palda in CPP 29(3), September 2003, pp. 383-384. PDF: external

CPP 29(4), December 2003
  • André Carrel: Citizen's Hall: Making Local Democracy Work. Between The Lines, Toronto, 2001; 156 pages. Reviewed by Almos Tassonyi in CPP 29(4), December 2003, pp. 519-520. PDF: external
  • Janice MacKinnon: Minding the Public Purse: The Fiscal Crisis, Political Trade-offs and Canada's Future. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2003; 316 pages. ISBN: 0773525548. Reviewed by Ronald Kneebone in CPP 29(4), December 2003, pp. 521-522. PDF: external
  • Hugh T. Miller: Postmodern Public Policy. State University of New York Press, Albany, NY, 2003; 116 pages. ISBN: 0791454908. Reviewed by Rick Szostak in CPP 29(4), December 2003, pp. 523-524. PDF: external
  • Desmond Morton: Understanding Canadian Defence. Penguin Canada, Toronto, 2003; 234 pages. ISBN: 0141008059. Reviewed by Aaron Plamondon in CPP 29(4), December 2003, pp. 525-526. PDF: external
  • Filip Palda: Tax Evasion and Firm Survival in Competitive Markets. Edward Alger, Northampton, 2001; 136 pages. ISBN: 1840644133. Reviewed by Katherine Cuff in CPP 29(4), December 2003, pp. 527-528. PDF: external

CPP 30(1), March 2004
  • Donald E. Abelson: Do Think Tanks Matter?: Assessing the Impact of Public Policy Institutes. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2002; 251 pages. Reviewed by Hugh Segal in CPP 30(1), March 2004, pp. 127-128. PDF: external
  • David R. Boyd: Unnatural Law: Rethinking Canadian Environmental Law and Policy. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2003; 469 pages. ISBN: 0774810491. Reviewed by Patrick W. Colgan in CPP 30(1), March 2004, pp. 129-130. PDF: external
  • Elinor C. Sloan: The Revolution in Military Affairs: Implications for Canada and NATO. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2002; 188 pages. Reviewed by John Ferris in CPP 30(1), March 2004, pp. 131-132. PDF: external
  • Mark Sproule-Jones: Restoration of the Great Lakes: Promises, Practices, Performances. UBC Press, Vancouver, 2002; 149 pages. ISBN: 0774808705. Reviewed by Ellen Bentzen in CPP 30(1), March 2004, pp. 133-134. PDF: external
  • Joe Hermer: Regulating Eden: The Nature of Order in North American Parks. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2002; 176 pages. ISBN: 0802081827. Reviewed by Christopher Bruce in CPP 30(1), March 2004, pp. 135-136. PDF: external

CPP 30(2), June 2004
  • Lloyd Axworthy: Navigating a New World: Canada's Global Future. Alfred A. Knopf Canada, Toronto, 2003; 464 pages. ISBN: 0676974635. Reviewed by Ran Goel in CPP 30(2), June 2004, pp. 231-232. PDF: external
  • Paul Boothe, and Heather Edwards (eds.): Eric J. Hanson's Financial History of Alberta, 1905-1950. University of Calgary Press, Calgary, 2003; 431 pages. ISBN: 1552380904. Reviewed by Livio Di Matteo in CPP 30(2), June 2004, pp. 233-234. PDF: external
  • Thomas H. Fletcher: From Love Canal to Environmental Justice: The Politics of Hazardous Waste on the Canada-US Border. Broadview Press, Peterborough, ON, 2003; 222 pages. Reviewed by Jamie Baxter in CPP 30(2), June 2004, pp. 235-236. PDF: external
  • John A. Haskett, and Michael J. Haskett: The Day B.C. Quit Canada: A Novel. Durango Publishing Corp., Kaleden, BC, 2004; 282 pages. Reviewed by J.C. Herbert Emery in CPP 30(2), June 2004, pp. 237-239. PDF: external

CPP 30(3), September 2004
  • Christopher Essex, and Ross McKitrick: Taken by Storm: The Troubled Science, Policy and Politics of Global Warming. Key Porter Books, Toronto, 2002; 320 pages. ISBN: 1552632121. Reviewed by Stephen Bocking in CPP 30(3), September 2004, pp. 341-342. PDF: external
  • Lesley A. Jacobs: Pursuing Equal Opportunities: The Theory and Practice of Egalitarian Justice. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2004; 280 pages. ISBN: 0521530210. Reviewed by Frances Woolley in CPP 30(3), September 2004, pp. 343-344. PDF: external
  • Philip McShane (ed.): For A New Political Economy by Bernard Lonergan. Vol. 21 Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan. Toronto University Press, Toronto, 1998; pages. Reviewed by Eileen de Neeve in CPP 30(3), September 2004, pp. 345-346. PDF: external
  • Frederick G. Lawrence, Patrick H. Byrne, and Hefling, Jr., Charles C. (eds.): Macroeconomic Dynamics: An Essay in Circulation Analysis by Bernard Lonergan. Vol. 15 Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan. Toronto University Press, Toronto, 1999; pages. Reviewed by Eileen de Neeve in CPP 30(3), September 2004, pp. 345-346. PDF: external

CPP 30(4), December 2004
  • Ann Porter: Gendered States: Women, Unemployment Insurance and the Political Economy of the Welfare State in Canada, 1945-1997. University Toronto Press, , 2003; pages. Reviewed by Marina Adshade in CPP 30(4), December 2004, pp. 453-454. PDF: external
  • Vanda Rideout: Continentalizing Canadian Telecommunications: The Politics of Regulatory Reform. McGill-Queen's University Press, , 2003; pages. Reviewed by Byron Lew in CPP 30(4), December 2004, pp. 455-456. PDF: external
  • Brian R. Copeland, and M. Scott Taylor: Trade and the Environment: Theory and Evidence. Princeton University Press, , 2003; 295 pages. ISBN: 0691113556. Reviewed by Carol McAusland in CPP 30(4), December 2004, pp. 457-458. PDF: external
  • Timothy Lewis: In the Long Run We're All Dead: The Canadian Turn to Fiscal Restraint. University of British Columbia Press, , 2003; pages. ISBN: 077480999X. Reviewed by William B. P. Robson in CPP 30(4), December 2004, pp. 459-460. PDF: external

CPP 31(1), March 2005
  • Charles Blattberg: Shall We Dance? A Patriotic Politics for Canada. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2003; 196 pages. Reviewed by Janet Ajzenstat in CPP 31(1), March 2005, pp. 117-118. PDF: external
  • Larry Patriquin: Inventing Tax Rage: Misinformation in the National Post. Fernwood Publishing, Halifax, 2004; 204 pages. ISBN: 1552661466. Reviewed by Mark Mullins in CPP 31(1), March 2005, pp. 119-120. PDF: external
  • Donald J. Savoie: Breaking the Bargain: Public Servants, Ministers and Parliament. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2003; pages. Reviewed by Janice MacKinnon in CPP 31(1), March 2005, pp. 121-122. PDF: external

CPP 31(2), June 2005
  • Paul Axelrod: Values in Conflict: The University, the Marketplace, and the Trials of Liberal Education. Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2002; 203 pages. ISBN: 077352407X. Reviewed by Keith Archer in CPP 31(2), June 2005, pp. 223-225. PDF: external
  • Lydia Miljan, and Barry Cooper: Hidden Agendas: How Journalists Influence the News. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2003; 188 pages. ISBN: 0774810203. Reviewed by Susan Harada in CPP 31(2), June 2005, pp. 226-227. PDF: external
  • Edward J. Monahan: Collective Autonomy: A History of the Council of Ontario Universities, 1962-2000. Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Waterloo, 2004; 240 pages. ISBN: 0889204438. Reviewed by George Emery in CPP 31(2), June 2005, pp. 228-229. PDF: external

CPP 31(3), September 2005
  • Raymond Breton, Norbert J. Hartmann, Jos L. Lennards, and Paul Reed: A Fragile Social Fabric? Fairness, Trust, and Commitment in Canada. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2004; 312 pages. ISBN: 0773525777. Reviewed by Tracey Raney in CPP 31(3), September 2005, pp. 333-334. PDF: external
  • Sean Junor, and Alex Usher: The Price of Knowledge 2004: Access and Student Finance in Canada. Canada Millenium Scholarship Foundation, Montreal, 2004; 353 pages. Reviewed by Torben Drewes in CPP 31(3), September 2005, pp. 335-336. PDF: external
  • Robert Ivan Martin: The Most Dangerous Branch: How the Supreme Court of Canada Has Undermined our Law and our Democracy. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2003; 285 pages. ISBN: 0773529179. Reviewed by Phil Curry in CPP 31(3), September 2005, pp. 337-338. PDF: external

CPP 31(4), December 2005
  • Jeff Colgan: The Promise and Peril of International Trade. Broadview Press, Peterborough, Ontario, 2005; 256 pages. ISBN: 1551116804. Reviewed by Gregory J. Inwood in CPP 31(4), December 2005, pp. 439-440. PDF: external
  • Gregory J. Inwood: Continentalizing Canada: The Politics and Legacy of the Macdonald Commission. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2005; 480 pages. ISBN: 0802087299. Reviewed by J.C. Herbert Emery in CPP 31(4), December 2005, pp. 441-443. PDF: external
  • Sean Markey, John T. Pierce, Kelly Vodden, and Mark Roseland: Second Growth: Community Economic Development in Rural British Columbia. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2005; 338 pages. Reviewed by Monica Diochon in CPP 31(4), December 2005, pp. 444-445. PDF: external
  • Michael D. Mehta: Risky Business: Nuclear Power and Public Protest in Canada. MD: Lexington, Lanham, 2005; 128 pages. Reviewed by Joy Parr in CPP 31(4), December 2005, p. 446. PDF: external

CPP 32(1), March 2006
  • Paul Kershaw: Carefair: Rethinking the Responsibilities and Rights of Citizenship. UBC Press, Vancouver, 2005; 228 pages. ISBN: 0774811617. Reviewed by Molly Mann in CPP 32(1), March 2006, pp. 111-112. PDF: external
  • Alex S. MacNevin: The Canadian Federal-Provincial Equalization Regime: An Assessment. Canadian Tax Foundation, Toronto, 2004; pages. Reviewed by Bev Dahlby in CPP 32(1), March 2006, pp. 113-115. PDF: external
  • Miriam Smith: A Civil Society? Collective Actors in Canadian Political Life. Broadview Press, Peterborough, Ontario, 2005; pages. Reviewed by W. A. Bogart in CPP 32(1), March 2006, pp. 116-117. PDF: external
  • W. A. Bogart: Good Government? Good Citizens?: Cours, Politics and Markes in a Changing Canada. UBC Press, Vancouver, 2005; pages. Reviewed by Miriam Smith in CPP 32(1), March 2006, p. 119. PDF: external

CPP 32(2), June 2006
  • Richard G. Harris, and Thomas Lemieux (eds.): Social and Labour Market Aspects of North American Linkages. University of Calgary Press, Calgary, 2005; 643 pages. ISBN: 1552381455. Reviewed by Richard E. Mueller in CPP 32(2), June 2006, pp. 233-234. PDF: external
  • Margaret Hillyard Little: If I Had a Hammer: Retraining that Really Works. UBC Press, Vancouver, 2005; pages. ISBN: 0774811196. Reviewed by Shauna Butterwick in CPP 32(2), June 2006, pp. 235-236. PDF: external
  • John O'Neill: Civic Capitalism: The State of Childhood. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2004; pages. ISBN: 0802039154. Reviewed by Paul Kershaw in CPP 32(2), June 2006, pp. 237-238. PDF: external
  • Peter Urmetzer: Globalization Unplugged: Sovereignty and the Canadian State in the Twenty-First Century. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2005; 240 pages. ISBN: 0802038557. Reviewed by Jen Baggs in CPP 32(2), June 2006, pp. 239-240. PDF: external

CPP 32(3), September 2006
  • Cynthia J. Cranford, Judy Fudge, Eric Tucker, and Leah F. Volko: Self-Employed Workers Organize: Law, Policy and Unions. McGill-Queen's University Press, Kingston, 2005; 272 pages. ISBN: 0773529012. Reviewed by Rafael Gomez in CPP 32(3), September 2006, pp. 339-340. PDF: external
  • Allan C. Hutchinson: The Companies We Keep: Corporate Governance for a Democratic Society. Irwin Law, , 2005; 384 pages. ISBN: 1552211169. Reviewed by Mark R. Huson in CPP 32(3), September 2006, pp. 341-342. PDF: external
  • James B. Kelly: Governing with the Charter: Legislative and Judicial Activism and Framers' Intent. UBC Press, Vancouver, 2005; 336 pages. ISBN: 0774812125. Reviewed by Michael D. Behiels in CPP 32(3), September 2006, pp. 343-346. PDF: external
  • Jennifer L. Lawless, and Richard L. Fox: It Takes a Candidate? Why Women Don't Run for Office. Cambridge University Press, New York, 2005; pages. ISBN: 052167414X. Reviewed by Brenda O'Neill in CPP 32(3), September 2006, pp. 347-348. PDF: external

CPP 32(4), December 2006
  • Andrew E. Dessler, and Edward A. Parson: The Science and Politics of Global Climate Change: A Guide to the Debate. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2006; 190 pages. ISBN: 0521831709. Reviewed by Randall M. Wigle in CPP 32(4), December 2006, pp. 443-444. PDF: external
  • David Johnson: Signposts of Success: Interpreting Ontario's Elementary School Test Scores. CD Howe Institute, Toronto, 2005; 232 pages. ISBN: 088806649X. Reviewed by Stephen Easton, and Peter Cowley in CPP 32(4), December 2006, pp. 445-446. PDF: external
  • Marcel Martel: Not this Time: Canadian Public Policy and the Marijuana Question, 1961-1975. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2006; 300 pages. ISBN: 0802093795. Reviewed by Steeve Mongrain in CPP 32(4), December 2006, pp. 447-448. PDF: external
  • Ronald J. Angel, Laura Lein, and Jane Henrici: Poor Families in America's Health Care Crisis. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2006; 268 pages. ISBN: 052183774X. Reviewed by Alena Kimakova in CPP 32(4), December 2006, pp. 449-450. PDF: external

CPP 33(1), March 2007
  • Dimitry Anastakis: AUTO PACT: Creating a Borderless North American Auto Industry 1960-1971. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2005; 240 pages. ISBN: 0802038212. Reviewed by Eugene Beaulieu in CPP 33(1), March 2007, pp. 117-119. PDF: external
  • Rodney Haddow, and Thomas Klassen: Partisanship, Globalization, and Canadian Labour Market Policy: Four Provinces in Comparative Perspective. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2006; 384 pages. ISBN: 0802090907. Reviewed by Peter Urmetzer in CPP 33(1), March 2007, pp. 120-121. PDF: external
  • Kathryn Harrison (ed.): Racing to the Bottom? Provincial Interdependence in the Canadian Federation. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2006; 305 pages. ISBN: 0774812257. Reviewed by Arthur Cockfield in CPP 33(1), March 2007, pp. 122-124. PDF: external
  • Jorge Niosi: Canada's Regional Innovation Systems: The Science-Based Industries. McGill-Queen's University Press, Kingston and Montreal, 2005; 171 pages. ISBN: 0773528237. Reviewed by Joseph Macaluso in CPP 33(1), March 2007, pp. 125-126. PDF: external

CPP 33(2), June 2007
  • E.M. Douglas: Mending Broken Families. Social Policies for Divorced Families - How Effective Are They?. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Lanham, MD, 2005; 211 pages. ISBN: 0742542777. Reviewed by Lea Tufford in CPP 33(2), June 2007, pp. 273-274. PDF: external
  • Shereen Ismael: Child Poverty and the Canadian Welfare State: From Entitlement to Charity. University of Alberta Press, Edmonton, 2006; 111 pages. ISBN: 0888644612. Reviewed by Teresa Katherine Lightbody in CPP 33(2), June 2007, pp. 275-276. PDF: external
  • Gilles Julien: A Different Kind of Care: The Social Pediatrics Approach. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, QC and Kingston, ON, 2004; 187 pages. ISBN: 0773528008. Reviewed by Alan Shiell in CPP 33(2), June 2007, pp. 277-278. PDF: external
  • Benjamin Levin: Governing Education. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, ON, 2005; 240 pages. ISBN: 0802086225. Reviewed by Lynn Bosetti in CPP 33(2), June 2007, pp. 279-280. PDF: external

CPP 33(3), September 2007
  • Gerald Baier: Courts and Federalism: Judicial Doctrine in the United States, Australia, and Canada. UBC Press, Vancouver, 2006; 207 pages. ISBN: 0774812362. Reviewed by James B. Kelly in CPP 33(3), September 2007, pp. 389-390. PDF: external
  • Ronald J. Daniels, and Michael J. Trebilcock: Rethinking the Welfare State: The Prospects for Government by Voucher. Routledge, New York, 2005; 256 pages. ISBN: 0415337771. Reviewed by Mark Crawford in CPP 33(3), September 2007, pp. 391-393. PDF: external
  • J. Duffin, and A. Sweetman (eds.): SARS in Context: Memory, History, Policy. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2006; 206 pages. ISBN: 0773531947. Reviewed by John Eyles in CPP 33(3), September 2007, pp. 394-395. PDF: external
  • Inge Kaul, and Pedro Conceição (eds.): The New Public Finance: Responding to Global Challenges. Oxford University Press, New York and Oxford, 2006; 664 pages. ISBN: 0195179978. Reviewed by Almos Tassonyi in CPP 33(3), September 2007, pp. 396-397. PDF: external

CPP 33(4), December 2007
  • Kate Bezanson: Gender, the State and Social Reproduction: Household Insecurity in Neo-Liberal Times. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, ON, 2006; 420 pages. ISBN: 0802090656. Reviewed by Gerard W. Boychuk in CPP 33(4), December 2007, pp. 509-510. PDF: external
  • Thomas A. Birkland: Lessons of Disaster: Policy Change after Catastrophic Events. Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC, 2007; pages. ISBN: 158901121X. Reviewed by Andrew Sancton in CPP 33(4), December 2007, p. 511. PDF: external
  • Stephen V. Monsma, and J. Christopher Soper: Faith, Hope and Jobs: Welfare to Work in Los Angeles. Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC, 2006; 228 pages. ISBN: 1589011104. Reviewed by Maeve Quaid in CPP 33(4), December 2007, pp. 512-513. PDF: external
  • J. Rick Ponting: The Nisga'a Treaty: Polling Dynamics and Political Communication in Comparative Context. Broadview Press, Peterborough, ON, 2006; 194 pages. ISBN: 1551117908. Reviewed by Christopher Page in CPP 33(4), December 2007, pp. 514-515. PDF: external

CPP 34(1), March 2008
  • Jamie Benidickson: The Culture of Flushing: A Social and Legal History of Sewage. UBC Press, Vancouver, 2007; 404 pages. ISBN: 0774812923. Reviewed by Jeremy Schmidt in CPP 34(1), March 2008, pp. 133-134. PDF: external
  • Stephen Clarkson: The Big Red Machine: How the Liberal Party Dominates Canadian Politics. UBC Press, Vancouver, 2005; 335 pages. ISBN: 077481196X. Reviewed by Tamara A. Small in CPP 34(1), March 2008, pp. 135-136. PDF: external
  • R. Brian Howe, and Katherine Covell (eds.): A Question of Commitment: Children's Rights in Canada. Wilfrid Laurier, Waterloo, ON, 2007; 456 pages. ISBN: 155458003X. Reviewed by Nicholas Bala in CPP 34(1), March 2008, pp. 137-138. PDF: external
  • Andrea Mandel-Campbell: Why Mexicans Don't Drink Molson: Rescuing Canadian Business from. Douglas and McIntyre, Vancouver, 2007; 336 pages. ISBN: 1553652258. Reviewed by Geoffrey Hale in CPP 34(1), March 2008, pp. 139-141. PDF: external
  • Dick Haskayne, and Paul Grescoe: Northern Tigers: Building Ethical Canadian Corporate Champions. Key Porter, Toronto, ON, 2007; 320 pages. ISBN: 1552638766. Reviewed by Geoffrey Hale in CPP 34(1), March 2008, pp. 139-141. PDF: external

CPP 34(2), June 2008
  • Jennifer Jenson, Chloë Brushwood Rose, and Brian Lewis: Policy Unplugged: Dis/Connections between Technology Policy and Practices in Canadian Schools. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2007; 176 pages. ISBN: 077353279X. Reviewed by Michael D. Fox in CPP 34(2), June 2008, pp. 275-276. PDF: external
  • Rosemary E. Ommer (ed.): Coasts under Stress: Restructuring and Social-Ecological Health. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2007; 574 pages. ISBN: 0773532250. Reviewed by John Kearney in CPP 34(2), June 2008, pp. 277-278. PDF: external
  • Nelson Wiseman: In Search of Canadian Political Culture. UBC Press, Vancouver, 2007; 346 pages. ISBN: 077481389X. Reviewed by Kenneth Munro in CPP 34(2), June 2008, pp. 279-280. PDF: external

CPP 34(3), September 2008
  • Keith Banting, and Will Kymlicka (eds.): Multiculturalism and the Welfare State. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2006; 405 pages. ISBN: 0199289182. Reviewed by Craig Brett in CPP 34(3), September 2008, pp. 395-396. PDF: external
  • Andrew F. Cooper: Celebrity Diplomacy. Paradigm Publishers, Boulder, 2008; 150 pages. ISBN: 1594514798. Reviewed by Sajal Lahiri in CPP 34(3), September 2008, pp. 397-398. PDF: external
  • George Fallis: Multiversities, Ideas, and Democracy. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2007; 475 pages. ISBN: 0802092403. Reviewed by Michelle J. Nilson in CPP 34(3), September 2008, pp. 399-400. PDF: external

CPP 34(4), December 2008
  • Ronald B. Davis: Democratizing Pension Funds: Corporate Governance and Accountability. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2008; 244 pages. ISBN: 0774813989. Reviewed by Richard A. Kleer in CPP 34(4), December 2008, pp. 521-522. PDF: external
  • Alan Greenspan: The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World. Penguin Press, London, 2008; 563 pages. ISBN: 0143114166. Reviewed by Constance Smith in CPP 34(4), December 2008, pp. 523-524. PDF: external
  • Robert C. Paehlke: Some Like it Cold: The Politics of Climate Change in Canada. Between the Lines, Toronto, 2008; 150 pages. ISBN: 1897071396. Reviewed by Kendra Isaac in CPP 34(4), December 2008, pp. 525-526. PDF: external

CPP 35(1), March 2009
  • John Biles, Meyer Burstein, and James Frideres (eds.): Immigration and Integration in Canada in the Twenty-First Century. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2008; 282 pages. ISBN: 1553392167. Reviewed by Josée Makropoulos in CPP 35(1), March 2009, pp. 139-140. PDF: external
  • Steven Globerman, and Paul Storer: The Impact of 9/11 on Canada-U.S. Trade. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2008; 176 pages. ISBN: 0802097863. Reviewed by James Townsend in CPP 35(1), March 2009, pp. 141-142. PDF: external
  • Ailsa Henderson: Nunavut: Rethinking Political Culture. UBC Press, Vancouver, 2007; 254 pages. ISBN: 0774814241. Reviewed by Frédéric Laugrand in CPP 35(1), March 2009, pp. 143-144. PDF: external
  • Peter H. Russell: Two Cheers for Minority Government: The Evolution of Canadian Parliamentary Democracy. Emond Montgomery Publication, Toronto, 2008; 184 pages. ISBN: 1552392716. Reviewed by Maria Gallego in CPP 35(1), March 2009, pp. 145-146. PDF: external

CPP 35(2), June 2009
  • David Siegel, and Ken Rasmussen (eds.): Professionalism and Public Service: Essays in Honour of Kenneth Kernaghan. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2008; 352 pages. ISBN: 0802093493. Reviewed by James Lahey in CPP 35(2), June 2009, pp. 263-264. PDF: external
  • Grace Skogstad: Internationalizationn and Canadian Agriculture. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2008; 373 pages. ISBN: 0802098800. Reviewed by William Kerr in CPP 35(2), June 2009, pp. 265-266. PDF: external
  • John W. Warnock: Creating a Failed State - The US and Canada in Afghanistan. Fernwood Publishing, Halifax, 2008; 209 pages. ISBN: 1552662624. Reviewed by Julian Schofield in CPP 35(2), June 2009, pp. 267-268. PDF: external

CPP 35(3), September 2009
  • Ross Finnie, Richard E. Mueller, Arthur Sweetman, and Alex Usher (eds.): Who Goes? Who Stays? What Matters? Accessing and Persisting in Post-Secondary Education in Canada. McGill-Queen's University Press, Kingston and Montreal, 2009; 374 pages. ISBN: 1553392213. Reviewed by Frank Strain in CPP 35(3), September 2009, pp. 381-382. PDF: external
  • David A. Good: The Politics of Public Money: Spenders, Guardians, Priority Setters and Financial Watchdogs Inside the Government of Canada. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2007; pages. ISBN: 0802095038. Reviewed by Douglas Brown in CPP 35(3), September 2009, pp. 383-384. PDF: external
  • Peter A. McKenna: Terminal Damage: The Politics of VLTs in Atlantic Canada. Fernwood Publishing, , 2008; 240 pages. ISBN: 1552662640. Reviewed by W.D. Walls in CPP 35(3), September 2009, pp. 385-386. PDF: external
  • Andrew F. Sancton: The Limits of Boundaries: Why City-Regions Cannot Be Self-Governing. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2008; 173 pages. ISBN: 0773534652. Reviewed by Hugh Millward in CPP 35(3), September 2009, pp. 387-389. PDF: external

CPP 35(4), December 2009
  • Peter Andrée: Genetically Modified Diplomacy: The Global Politics of Agricultural Biotechnology and the Environment. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2008; 324 pages. ISBN: 0774812699. Reviewed by John A.L. Cranfield in CPP 35(4), December 2009, pp. 513-514. PDF: external
  • Christopher J. Kukucha: The Provinces and Canadian Foreign Trade Policy. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2009; pages. ISBN: 077481585X. Reviewed by Jacqueline D. Krikorian in CPP 35(4), December 2009, pp. 515-516. PDF: external
  • Bruce Little: Fixing the Future: How Canada’s Usually Factious Governments Worked Together to Rescue the Canada Pension Plan. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2008; 224 pages. ISBN: 0802095836. Reviewed by Patricia O'Reilly in CPP 35(4), December 2009, pp. 517-518. PDF: external
  • Nadia Verrelli (ed.): The Role of the Policy Advisor: An Insider’s Look. McGill-Queen's University Press, Kingston, 2008; pages. ISBN: 1553391934. Reviewed by Ming Li in CPP 35(4), December 2009, pp. 519-520. PDF: external

CPP 36(1), March 2010
  • Alex M. Cameron: Power without Law: The Supreme Court of Canada, the Marshall Decisions, and the Failure of Judicial Activism. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2009; pages. ISBN: 0773536108. Reviewed by Andrew Nurse in CPP 36(1), March 2010, pp. 129-130. PDF: external
  • Mark P. Thomas: Regulating Flexibility: The Political Economy of Employment Standards. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2009; 248 pages. ISBN: 0773535284. Reviewed by Chris Minns in CPP 36(1), March 2010, pp. 131-132. PDF: external
  • Richard Wilkinson, and Kate Pickett: The Spirit Level: Why More Equal Societies Almost Always Do Better. Penguin Books, London, 2009; 368 pages. ISBN: 0141032367. Reviewed by Emily Maddocks in CPP 36(1), March 2010, pp. 133-134. PDF: external

CPP 36(3), September 2010
  • Dennis Baker: Not Quite Supreme: The Courts and Coordinate Constitutional Interpretation. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2010; 219 pages. ISBN: 0773536817. Reviewed by Thomas M.J. Bateman in CPP 36(3), September 2010, pp. 401-402. PDF: external
  • Mark Bray: Confronting the Shadow Education System: What Government Policies for What Private Tutoring?. IIEP Policy Forum, UNESCO Publishing, , 2009; 132 pages. ISBN: 9280313339. Reviewed by Janice Aurini in CPP 36(3), September 2010, pp. 403-404. PDF: external
  • Peter A. Hall, and Michèle Lamont (eds.): Successful Societies: How Institutions and Culture Affect Health. Cambridge University Press, , 2009; pages. ISBN: 0521736307. Reviewed by Lindsay McLaren in CPP 36(3), September 2010, pp. 405-406. PDF: external
  • Stephen Sheppard: I Do Solemnly Swear: The Moral Obligations of Legal Officials. Cambridge University Press, New York, 2009; pages. ISBN: 0521735084. Reviewed by Michael Yeo in CPP 36(3), September 2010, pp. 407-408. PDF: external

CPP 36(4), December 2010
  • Raymond B. Blake: From Rights to Needs: A History of Family Allowances in Canada. UBC Press, Vancouver, 2009; 384 pages. ISBN: 0774815736. Reviewed by Cheryl Collier in CPP 36(4), December 2010, pp. 535-536. PDF: external
  • David A. Freedman: Statistical Models and Causal Inference: A Dialogue with the Social Sciences. Cambridge University Press, New York, 2010; 399 pages. ISBN: 0521123909. Reviewed by Daniel J. Dutton in CPP 36(4), December 2010, pp. 537-538. PDF: external
  • Ed Ratushny: The Conduct of Public Inquiries: Law, Policy, and Practice. Irwin Law, Toronto, 2009; pages. ISBN: 1552211681. Reviewed by Gregory J. Inwood in CPP 36(4), December 2010, pp. 539-540. PDF: external
  • Peter Sutton: The Politics of Suffering: Indigenous Australia and the End of the Liberal Consensus. Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2009; pages. ISBN: 0522856365. Reviewed by Andrew Nurse in CPP 36(4), December 2010, pp. 541-542. PDF: external

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