The Institute of Intergovernmental Relations is resuming the publication of working papers on its website. We are interested in receiving papers from scholars in political science, economics, history, law, geography and related fields. Authors should submit a copy by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Papers should normally not exceed 12,000 words, should conform to general academic standards and can be either in French or English. Authors will be advised of possible revisions following the editorial review. We also welcome comments on papers. Comments will be posted following a review.
|The Supreme Court of Canada's Federalism as Expressed in the Securities Reference||2012 - 01||Gordon DiGiacomo||Download|
|Terms of trade changes, the Dutch disease, and Canadian provincial disparity||2013-01||Serge Coulombe||Download|
|Federalism and Securities Regulation in Canada (Revised Nov. 24, 2013)||2013-02||Eric Spink||Download|
|Surplus Recycling and the Canadian Federation: Reassessing the Allocation of Money and Power||2013-03||Thomas J. Courchene||Download|
|The Orange Wave: a (re) Canadianisation of the Quebec Electorate?||2013-04||François Rocher||Download|
|A Tale of Two Ex-Dominions: Why the Procedures for Changing the Rules of Succession are So Different in Canada and Australia||2013-05||Andrew Smith & Jatinder Mann||Download|