Leaders in Learning: Publications of Faculty & Staff

The University of Western Ontario

Political Science: 1994-1995



Abelson, D.E. 1995. From Policy Research to Political Advocacy: The Changing Role of Think Tanks in American Politics. Canadian Review of American Studies 25 (1): 93-126.



Fleming, M. 1995. Women and the "Public Use of Reason" (Chapter 4). Feminists Read Habermas: Gendering the Subject of Discourse. J. Meehan. New York, NY: Routledge. 117-137.



Hooghe, L., and M. Keating. 1994. The Politics of European Union Regional Policy. Journal of European Public Policy 1 (3): 53-79.

Jones, B., and M. Keating. 1995. The European Union and the Regions. Oxford, England: Clarendon Press. xiii, 306 pp. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Keating, M. 1995. Canada and Quebec: Two Nationalisms in the New Global Age. Scottish Affairs 11 (Spring): 14-30.

Keating, M. 1995. Europeanism and Regionalism (Chapter 1). The European Union and the Regions. B. Jones, and M. Keating. Oxford, England: Clarendon Press. 1-22.

Keating, M. 1995. Regions and Regionalism in the European Community. International Journal of Public Administration 18 (10): 1491-1511.

Keating, M. 1994. Scotland, Nationalism and the UK State. Nationalism in Europe. Past and Present. Actas do Congreso Internacional Os Nationalismos en Europa Pasado e Presente. Santiago de Compostela: 27 September 1993-29 September 1993. J. Beramendi, Máiz, and Núñez. Santiago de Compostela: Universidad de Santiago de Compostela. 493-520.

Keating, M. 1995. Size, Efficiency and Democracy: Consolidation, Fragmentation and Public Choice (Chapter 7). Theories of Urban Politics. D. Judge, G. Stoker, and H. Wolman. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. 117-134.

Keating, M., and B. Jones. 1995. Nations, Regions and Europe. The UK Experience (Chapter 4). The European Union and the Regions. B. Jones, and M. Keating. Oxford, England: Clarendon Press. 89-114.



Lusztig, M. March 1995. Commerce et Constitution: une analyse de la stratégie de marchandage dans l'Accord canado-américain de libre-échange. Revue Etudes Internationales 26 (1): 59-82. French Text.

Lusztig, M. December 1994. Constitutional Paralysis: Why Canadian Constitutional Initiatives are Doomed to Fail. Canadian Journal of Political Science 27 (4): 747-771.

Lusztig, M. 1995. Federalism and Institutional Design: The Perils and Politics of a Triple-E Senate in Canada. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 25 (1): 35-50.



Choudry, N.K., and S. Mansur. 1994. The Indira-Rajiv Years: The Indian Economy and Polity 1966-1991. South Asian Studies Papers, No.8. Toronto, ON: Centre for South Asian Studies, University of Toronto. 184 pp. Includes bibliographical references.



Riddell-Dixon, E. June 1995. Social Movements and the United Nations. International Social Science Journal: Organizing International Relations: Fifty Years After the United Nations Charter 144: 325-342.



Robinson, P.S. 1994. Reason, Meaning, and the Institutional Context of Foreign Policy Decision-Making. International Journal 44 (2): 408-433. Marvin Gelber Prize, 1993.

Robinson, P.S., and J.E. Fossum. 1994. Regimes or Institutions? The Search for Meaning in the Study of International Society. Annual General Meeting -- Proceedings. Toronto, ON: Micromedia. 1994.



Sancton, A. 1995. Metropolitan Government in Montreal (Chapter 8). The Government of World Cities: The Future of the Metro Model. L.J. Sharpe. Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons. 131-146.



Schild, V. 1995. NGOs, Feminist Politics and Neo-Liberal Latin American State Formations:Some Lessons from Chile. Canadian Journal of Development Studies Special Issue: 124-127.



Young, R.A. December 1994. How Do Peaceful Secessions Happen? Canadian Journal of Political Science 27 (4): 773-792.

Young, R.A. 1994. Political Competition and Economic Effectiveness. Policy Making and Competitiveness. B. Purchase. Kingston, Ontario: School of Policy Studies, Queen's University. 13-27.

Young, R.A. May 1995. Le référendum et le "neutre". Société Québecois De Science Politique Bulletin 4 (2): 6-8.

Young, R.A. 1995. La Sécession du Québec et l'Avenir du Canada. Québec, PQ: Les Presses de l'Université Laval. xiv, 294 pp. Translation and Adaptation by Pierre R. Desrosiers.

Young, R.A. 1995. The Secession of Quebec and the Future of Canada. Kingston, ON: McGill-Queen's University Press, Institute of Intergovernmental Relations. xiv, 376 pp. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Young, R.A. April 1995. Six Big Lies in the Referendum Debate. Policy Options 16 (3): 12-16.

Young, R.A. 1994. What Is Good About Provincial Governments? Crosscurrents: Contemporary Political Issues. M. Charlton, and P. Barker. Scarborough, Ontario: Nelson Canada. 124-133.