Government / Democratic Institutions 

James Brander, PhD

James Brander, PhD

Asia Pacific Professor in International Business and Public Policy

International trade, government, economic policy, budgets, international and environmental economics

Max Cameron, PhD University of California, Berkeley (1989)

Max Cameron, PhD University of California, Berkeley (1989)

Professor of Political Science

Politics, democracy, constitutions, separation of powers, electoral reform, Latin America, Canadian foreign policy, development, training politicians

Kathryn Harrison, PhD

Professor

Canadian politics, environmental politics, environmental policy, climate change, global warming, climate change policy, greenhouse effect, greenhouse gases, Canadian government, Federal-provincial relations, carbon pricing

Richard Johnston

Richard Johnston

Professor Emeritus

Elections, public opinion, representation, Canadian elections, US elections

Kal Holsti, PhD

University Killam Professor Emeritus

Research Associate, Centre for International Relations in the Liu Institute

Aspects of U.S. foreign policy, war, ethnic conflicts

Kyung-Ae Park, PhD

Kyung-Ae Park, PhD

Associate Professor and Co-Director, Centre for Korean Research

Korean politics (North and South Korea), U.S.-Korean relations, Korean unification

Michael Byers

Professor

Canada Research Chair in Global Politics and International Law

Politics, government, defense, military, Arctic, sovereignty, United States, human rights, civil liberties, terrorism, international, United Nations, NATO, Middle East, arms control, nuclear, treaties, diplomacy, environment, climate change, law

Dr. Allan Tupper

Professor

Canadian politics, Western European Politics, Canadian Federalism (Aboriginal, Federal, Municipal, Provincial), Public Management (program delivery), Political Ethics

Michel Ducharme

Associate Professor

Canadian history before Confederation, Quebec history, liberalism and nationalism in Canada and Quebec

Gerald Baier, PhD

Gerald Baier, PhD

Associate Professor

Canadian politics, federalism, constitutional law, courts, federal-provincial relations, political parties in Canada, Canadian government

Alan Jacobs

Professor

European politics, European public policy, German politics, British politics, U.S. politics, U.S. public policy, European and U.S. welfare state, pensions, health care

Paul Kershaw, PhD

Paul Kershaw, PhD

Associate Professor

Child care, parental leave, work-life balance, social policy, social care, social citizenship, responsibilities and rights, gender and politics, income assistance, child benefit package, social inclusion, neighbourhood effects on child development, Canadian federalism

Colin Campbell

Professor Emeritus

Canada Research Chair in US Government and Politics

U.S. presidency, U.S. military, U.S.-Canadian relations, prime ministers in UK, Canada, and Australia, public service reform

Dr Campbell Sharman

Adjunct Professor

Australian politics, electoral systems, federalism, parliaments (Canadian and comparative)

Kenneth Carlaw

Kenneth Carlaw

Professor

Economic growth, Technological change, Productivity, Economic development, Measurement, Economic growth policy, Innovation/technology policy

Glen Coulthard

Assistant Professor, First Nations Studies Program and Political Science

First Nations politics – national, political theory

Cristie Ford, BA, JD, LLM, JSD (doctorate in law)

Cristie Ford, BA, JD, LLM, JSD (doctorate in law)

Assistant Professor

Director, Centre for Business Law

Financial regulation, securities regulation, fintech, innovation, regulatory theory and design, innovation and the legal profession

Arjun Chowdhury, PhD

Arjun Chowdhury, PhD

Assistant Professor

Failed states, intervention, civil war, autocrats, revolution

Jon Beasley-Murray, PhD in Literature (Duke)

Jon Beasley-Murray, PhD in Literature (Duke)

Associate Professor, Hispanic Studies; Chair, Latin American Studies Program

Latin America, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Venezuela, Central America, Mexico, politics, political theory, cultural studies, literature, culture, film, history, the Left, revolution, revolutionary movements, populism, civil society, affect, habit, multitude, posthegemony, educational technology, blogs, Wikipedia

Giovanni Gallipoli, PhD

Giovanni Gallipoli, PhD

Professor

Economics, policy, inequality, crime, earnings, education, occupations, marriage, insurance, labour, supply, disability, health, matching, firms, credit, distribution