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Designing Government

From Instruments to Governance

by (author) Pearl Eliadis, Margaret M. Hill & Michael Howlett

McGill-Queen's University Press
Initial publish date
Feb 2005
General, Public Affairs & Administration
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    Feb 2005
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Pearl Eliadis is a Montreal-based lawyer and lecturer. She has worked with human rights systems in six countries, including Canada. Eliadis teaches civil liberties at McGill University and is president of the Quebec Bar Association's Advisory Committee on Human Rights.

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Laurent Dobuzinskis, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Simon Fraser University has two different research and teaching interests: the history of political and economic thought, political economy (rational choice), and the philosophy of the social sciences; and public policy analysis. Michael Howlett is Burnaby Mountain Chair in the Department of Political Science at Simon Fraser University, specializing in public policy analysis, political economy, and resource and environmental policy.

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