About the authors
Paul Howe is associate professor, political science, University of New Brunswick, and a research fellow at the Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP). André Blais is professor, political science, Université de Montréal, researcher, Centre interu
Richard Johnston is Canada Research Chair in Public Opinion, Elections, and Representation at the University of British Columbia.
Andrï¿½ Blais is Professor of Political Science and Canada Research Chair in Electoral Studies at the Universitï¿½ de Montrï¿½al.
Other titles by Paul Howe
Other titles by Richard Johnston
Federalism and the Welfare State in a Multicultural World
The Canadian Party System
An Analytic History
Parties and Party Systems
Structure and Context
Social Capital, Diversity, and the Welfare State
The Challenge of Direct Democracy
The 1992 Canadian Referendum
Life and Religion at Louisbourg, 1713-1758
Letting the People Decide
Dynamics of a Canadian Election
Other titles by Andre Blais
Essays in Honour of Robert A.Young
The Motivation to Vote
Explaining Electoral Participation
Provincial Battles, National Prize?
Elections in a Federal State
Multi-Level Electoral Politics
Beyond the Second-Order Election Model
Dominance and Decline
Making Sense of Recent Canadian Elections
When Citizens Decide
Lessons from Citizen Assemblies on Electoral Reform
Political Leaders and Democratic Elections
To Keep or To Change First Past The Post?
The Politics of Electoral Reform
Elections and Democratic Legitimacy