Book Chapters

 

2015 

Patrice Dutil, "Infrastructure Ontario: The Agencification of Public Works in a Canadian Province” in Luc Bernier (ed.) The Future of Public Enterprises: Mission, Performance and Governance. Peter Lang Publishing, pp 303-334.

2014

Patrice Dutil, “Macdonald, his “Ottawa Men” and the Consolidation of Prime Ministerial Power (1867-1873)” in Patrice Dutil and Roger Hall (editors) Macdonald at 200: New Reflections and Legacies.  Dundurn Press 

Patrice Dutil and Roger Hall, "A Macdonald for our Time" in Patrice Dutil and Roger Hall (editors) Macdonald at 200: New Reflections and Legacies.  Dundurn Press 

Patrice Dutil and Sean Conway, “ A Lost Legacy: Prime Ministers and the Remembrance of Macdonald” in Patrice Dutil and Roger Hall (editors) Macdonald at 200: New Reflections and Legacies. Dundurn Press 

Patrice Dutil, “The Institutionalization of DFAIT, 1909-2013” in Duane Bratt and Wayne Kukucha (eds.), Readings in Canadian Foreign Policy (3rd Edition) Oxford University Press 

2012

Patrice Dutil and Byoungjun Park, "How Ontario was Won: Spending the Economic Action Plan, 2009-2011" in Bruce Doern and Christopher Stoney (eds.), How Ottawa Spends 2011-2012: The Harper Majority Agenda, Budget Cuts and The New Opposition (McGill-Queens University Press).

2011

« Pour cimenter la nordicité : Les politiques culturelles dans les territoires du Nord » in Diane Saint-Pierre et Monica Gattinger, La politique culturelle des provinces et territoires du Canada (Presses de l’Université Laval), 499-536.

“The Institutionalization of Foreign Affairs (1909-2009)” in Duane Bratt and Chris Kukucha, Readings in Canadian Foreign Policy: Classic Debates and New Ideas (2nd edition). (Oxford University Press) 260-280.

“Guardians in Check: The Ministry of Finance and Health Care Spending” chapter 10 in Patrice Dutil (ed.) The Guardian: Perspectives on the Ontario Ministry of Finance (University of Toronto Press), 320-350 (Also includes introduction,  1-10, and conclusion, 351-360.)

Patrice Dutil and Devyn Leonard, “From Treasury to Finance: Anatomy of a Guardian” in Patrice Dutil (ed.) The Guardian: Perspectives on the Ministry of Finance of Ontario (University of Toronto Press)  37-73.

Patrice Dutil, Peter Ryan and Andre Gossignac, “Thoughts as Words: The Budget Speech in Ontario”  in  Patrice Dutil (ed.) The Guardian: Perspectives on the Ministry of Finance of Ontario (University of Toronto Press),  162-205.

2008

“Searching for Leadership” chapter 1 of Searching for Leadership:  Secretaries to Cabinet in Canada  (University of Toronto Press), pp 13-40.(Also includes introduction, pp 1-10, and conclusion, 236-242.)

      Excerpted in Roberto Leone and Frank Ohemeng, Approaching Public Administration: Core Debates and Emerging Issues (Emond                 Montgomery Publications, 2011),  333-339.

Patrice Dutil and Michael McConkey, “The Road to NGO: The Transformation of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada, 1985-1995” in David Siegel and Ken Rasmussen (eds) Professionalism and Public Service: Essays in Honour of Ken Kernaghan (University of Toronto Press). 266-287.

2005

“Against Isolationism: Napoléon Belcourt, French Canada and La grande guerre” in David MacKenzie (ed.) Canada and the First World War (University of Toronto Press), pp 96-137.

2000

"«Wanted: a Phoenix»: Ramsay Cook and the Exhaustion of Ideas, 1960‑1968" in A Rare Bird Indeed: Essays in Honour of Ramsay Cook (edited by Michael Behiels and Marcel Martel) (Oxford University Press),  pp 41-56.

1997 

"« Adieu demeure chaste et pure »: Godfroy Langlois et le virage vers le progressisme libéral" in Yvan Lamonde (ed.) Combats libéraux au tournant du siècle (Fides), pp. 247-276.

 

 

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