Canadian Public Administration-Administration Publique du Canada

(The TQCC of Canadian Public Administration-Administration Publique du Canada is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Beyond COVID‐19: Five commentaries on expert knowledge, executive action, and accountability in governance and public administration22
Beyond COVID‐19: Five commentaries on reimagining governance for future crises and resilience17
Public sector leadership: An emerging subfield with tremendous research potential9
Experimenting with public sector innovation: Revisiting Gow for the digital era8
The state must compete: Optimal pricing of legal cannabis8
Suspension, not expungement: Rationalizing misguided policy decisions around cannabis amnesty in Canada7
Organizational change in Canadian public institutions: The implementations of GBA+ in DND/CAF6
Contesting cannabis: Indigenous jurisdiction and legalization5
The duty to assist in Canadian Freedom of Information law5
Improving First Nations water security through governance5
Evidence‐based policy development for cannabis? Insights on preventing use by youth5
(Mis)aligning politicians and admirals: The problems of long‐term procurement in the Canadian Surface Combatant project 1994‐20215
Responding to inequities in public policy: Is GBA+ the right way to operationalize intersectionality?5
Beyond prohibition: The legalization of cannabis in Canada5
Cannabis legalization and the machinery of government4
Should algorithms be regulated by government?4
Lobbying “from within”: A new perspective on the revolving door and regulatory capture4
Cannabis policy diffusion in Ontario and New Brunswick: Coercion, learning, and replication4
Canadian government policy innovation labs: An experimental turn in policy work?4
Public servants and politics: Developing political acuity in local government4
Quebec’s resilient redistribution model: Activation policies in the 2010s4
Teaching public administration in the COVID‐19 era: Preliminary lessons learned4
The changing and enduring priorities of Deputy Ministers through the IPAC survey4
COVID‐19, digitization and hybrid workspaces: A critical inflection point for public sector governance and workforce development4
An expert‐generated tool for assessing policy capacity4
Administering elections in a digital age: Online voting in Ontario municipalities4
Policy shops, hired guns, and gatekeepers: The organization and distribution of policy analysts in Ontario4
The promise and limitations of participatory budgeting3
Typology of Indigenous health system governance in Canada3
The COVID‐19 pandemic crisis and repositioning governance: Implications for public administration research and practice3
Recent research on public procurement: Should it become a subfield of public administration?3
Composition, distribution, and change in Canada's federal policy staff3
The digital era and public sector reforms: Transformation or new tools for competing values?3
Local election campaign finance regimes in Canada: Toward a research agenda3
Public CFO competencies – A National Defence case study examining the balance between financial and strategic priorities3
L’évolution de l’exercice du contrôle dans l’administration publique fédérale canadienne3
Hard won lessons learned in the evaluation field: Implications for behavioural insights practice3
Taxing the tempted: Personal addictions, sustainable revenues and the public good2
Multilevel governance through a strategic lens: Innovation policy delivery in Ontario2
The many faces of knowledge: Do science and traditional ecological knowledge coexist in federal assessments?2
Motivational psychology and the call to professional public service in Canada2
Defence intelligence and the Crown prerogative in Canada2
Policy resistance to paradigm shifts: Inclusive growth and innovation in Canada2
Autonomy and distance from the centre as drivers of innovation in the public sector: Testing a positioning‐based hypothesis2
Employee perception of inclusivity and organizational performance: The case of the Ontario public service2
Bridging the academic‐policy gap in Canadian defence: What more can be done?2
“@Government There’s a pothole in my street!”: Canadian citizens’ adoption choices of social media use in citizen‐government relations2
Independent official statistics: origins and challenges2
Three understandings of administrative work: discretion, agency, and practice2
Digital era open government and democratic governance: The case of Government of Canada Wikipedia editing2
When artificial intelligence meets real public administration2
Child protection in British Columbia: Moving toward primary prevention2
Citizen satisfaction with public service delivery: A test of alternative theories2
Plus de transparence, plus de confiance? Regard critique sur un principe clé de bonne gouvernance et ses attentes2