Research

1) Peer Reviewed Articles

  • Christopher Alcantara, Roberto Leone and Zac Spicer. 2012. “Responding to Policy Change from Above: Municipal Accountability and Transparency Regimes in Ontario.” Journal of Canadian Studies. Winter. Vol. 46 No. 1, pp. 112-137.
  • Christopher Alcantara, Zac Spicer, and Roberto Leone.  2012 “Institutional Design and the Accountability Paradox: A Case Study of Aboriginal Accountability Regimes in Canada.” Canadian Public Administration. Vol. 55 No. 1, pp. 69-90.
  • Leone, Roberto and Barbara Wake Carroll.  2010.  “Decentralisation and devolution in Canadian social housing policy”  Environment and Planning C:  Government and Policy.  28: 389-404.
  • Leone, Roberto. 2010. “Comparing parliamentary change in Canada and the UK: Do the similarities outweigh the differences?”  Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law, 4:3

 2) Edited Books

  • Leone, Roberto and F. L. K. Ohemeng (eds). 2011. Approaching Public Administration:  Core Debates and Emerging Issues.  Toronto: Emond Montgomery Publications.

3) Peer Reviewed Book Chapters

  • Leone, Roberto and Barbara Wake Carroll. 2012. “Decentralisation and devolution in Canadian social housing policy.” In Gavin Arbuckle and Henry Bartel (eds.) Readings in Canadian Real Estate. Concord, ON: Captus Press.
  • Leone, Roberto. 2011. “Charting the Course of Canadian Public Administration: The Influence of Contemporary Theories and Approaches.”  In Roberto Leone and F. L. K. Ohemeng (eds.) Approaching Public Administration:  Core Debates and Emerging Issues.  Toronto: Emond Montgomery Publications.
  • Leone, Roberto. 2008. “Canada and Kyoto: Doing the right thing for the wrong reasons.”  In Velma Grovers (ed.) Global Warming and Climate Change: Ten Years After Kyoto and Still Counting. Enfield, New Hampshire:  Science Publishers Inc.: 583-600.

 4) Non-Peer Reviewed Articles and Book Reviews

  • Leone, Rob. 2007. “Leslie Seidle and David Docherty (eds.), Reforming Parliamentary Democracy, Montreal-Kingston: McGill Queen’s University Press,” Parliamentary Affairs, 60:3, 522-526.
  • Leone, Rob. 2007. “Keeping Democracy out of Court,” Canadian Parliamentary Review, 29:4, 57-58.
  • Leone, Rob. 2005. “Parliamentary Bookshelf: David C. Docherty, Legislatures (The Canadian Democratic Audit Series), Vancouver:  UBC Press, 2005,” Canadian Parliamentary Review, 28:4, 50-51.

 5) Conference Papers and Presentations

  • Leone, Rob “Developing a method of comparing parliamentary change in Canada and the UK.” The 2009 Law and Parliament Conference – Osgoode Hall.  Toronto, ON:  October 15-17, 2009.
  • Leone, Rob “Liberal Party Succession Planning and Ministerial Resignations.” For the 2009 Canadian Political Science Association AGM – Carleton University.  Ottawa, ON:  May 27-29, 2009.
  • “Assessing Policy Change in the Harper Regime.” Roundtable Panel at the 2009 Canadian Political Science Association AGM – Carleton University.  Ottawa, ON:  May 27-29, 2009.
  • “Working within the system.” The 2009 Global Citizenship Conference.  Wilfrid Laurier University.  January 23, 2009.
  • “A news analysis of the 2008 Canadian Federal Election.”  Panel: “The Good, The Bad, The Ugly of the 2008 Federal Election.”  Wilfrid Laurier University.  October 15, 2008.
  • Leone, Rob and Greg Flynn, “Institutional Change and Decision-Making: Parliamentary Reform in Canada.” For the 2006 Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association – York University.  Toronto, ON:  June 1-3, 2006.
  • Leone, Rob. “Assessing the relationship between transparency, democracy and good governance:  Useful examples from Australia.”  For the Australia and New Zealand Association of North America 2006 Annual Conference.  Montreal, QC. April 6-8, 2006.
  • Leone, Rob. “Redefining the role of public management:  Does more efficiency lead to less accountability?”  Presented at the 8e Colloque de la recherche étudiante en science politique: “Frontières et recompositions.”  Québec City: Université Laval.  September 29-30, 2005.

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