From the page to practice...
We’re launching our 60-Minute Seminars series where our Canadian Public Administration authors present their most recent research. Come and meet our authors for a dialogue with scholars and practitioners.
Join us for our upcoming webinar on "COVID-19, digitization, and hybrid workspaces: A critical inflection point for public sector governance and workforce development." Journal author Professor Jeffrey Roy (Dalhousie) will share his research and its implications from this recently published article. CPA Associate Editor, Professor Carey Doberstein (UBC) will moderate the session. Bring your questions—as there will be time for Q & A at the end of the session.
Thursday, June 23, 2022
Jeff Roy, Professor, Dalhousie Univerity
Jeffrey Roy is professor in the School of Public Administration, Faculty of Management at Dalhousie University where he specializes in democratic governance, business and government relations, and digital government reforms. In addition to teaching and research, he has consulted to governments at all levels, the private sector, as well as the United Nations and the OECD. He is a member of the Editorial Board of Canadian Public Administration, a featured columnist in Canadian Government Executive, and author of several books (the most recent, From Machinery to Mobility: Democracy and Government in the Participative Age, published by Springer in 2013). His research has been supported by several funding bodies including the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and the IBM Center for the Business of Government. Professor Roy is also a member of the Transparency Advisory Group (TAG) for Public Safety Canada.
Carey Doberstein, Professor, UBC
Carey Doberstein is associate professor at the department of Political Science at UBC in Vancouver. He is an associate editor of Canadian Public Administration. He has served as Associate Editor of Canadian Public Administration since 2016. He has authored two books, Building a Collaborative Advantage: Network Governance and Homelessness Policy-making in Canada (UBC Press, 2016) and Distributed Democracy: Health Care Governance in Ontario (UTP, 2020). His recent public administration research has received best article of the year awards from Canadian Public Administration and Policy & Society journals.