Political Demography and Federalism


56. Leuprecht, C. The Trump Effect of the New Underground Railroad? Bordering Processes of Irregular Migration into Canada in the Era of Globalization. Geopolitics. SJR = Q1

55. Leuprecht, C and Roseberry, P. La démographie politique du conflit au Mali. Afrique contemporaine. Special Issue on the conflict in Mali. Ed.

54. Leuprecht, C. Political Demography of Diversity in the Canadian Armed Forces. In Strengthening the Canadian Forces through Diversity: We stand on guard for thee. Eds. Bessma Momani and Alistair Edgar. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

53. Hataley, T.1 and Leuprecht, C. Canada. Public Security in Federal Polities. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.


52. Ghanbarpour-Dizboni, A.1 and Leuprecht, C. Framing, Branding and Explaining: A Survey of Perception of Islam and Muslims in Canadian polls, Government, and Academia. In Islam in the West: Perceptions and Reactions. New Ed., Eds. Abe Ata and Jan Ali. Sydney: Oxford University Press, chapter 3.

51. Leuprecht, C and Roseberry, P. Political Demography of the Conflict in Mali. Montréal : Projet Mali, Centre Francopaix, Chaire Raoul Dandurand en études stratégiques et diplomatiques, Université du Québec à Montréal.

50. Bill C-75, An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the Youth Criminal Justice Act and other Acts and to make consequential amendments to other Acts. Testimony specific to the proposed hybridization of offences. 25 September.

2017 49. Bill C-45, An Act respecting cannabis and to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, the Criminal Code and other Acts. House of Commons Standing Committee on Health. 12 September.
2016 48. Skillicorn, DB1, and Leuprecht, C. Incumbency effects in U.S. presidential campaigns: Language patterns matter. Electoral Studies 43(2016): 95-103. (As featured in the Kingston Whig Standard and PsyPost) SJR = Q1 (Top 7% in Political Science and International Relations)

47. Skillicorn, DB1, Leuprecht, C. 2015. Deception in Speeches of Candidates for Public Office. Journal of Data Mining and Digital Humanities.

46. Leuprecht, C. Political Demography of the New Security Environment. Eds. Melvin Dubnick and Domonic Bearfield. The Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy 3rd ed .Eds. Domonic Bearfield and Melvin Dubnick. New York: Taylor and Francis; Vol 4, pp. 2983-2992.

45. Leuprecht, C. 2015. Go With The Flow: The (Im)Plausibility of a Grand Canadian Intergovernmental Bargain on Energy Policy and Strategy. In The State of the Federation 2012: Regions, Resources, Resiliency. Eds. Loleen Berdahl and Carolyn Tuohy. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, chapter 2, pp. 9-23.

44. Leuprecht, C., Kölling, M and Hataley, T1. 2015. Public Security in Federal Systems. In Federalism as Decision-Making: changes in structures, procedures and policies. Eds. Francesco Palermo and Elisabeth Alber. Leiden: Brill, Martinus Nijhoff, chapter 17, pp. 339-357.


43. Leuprecht, C. 2014. Political Demography of Canada-US co-dependence in defence and security. Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 20(3): 291-304. Recipient of the Maureen Molot Prize for Best Article.

42. Hataley, T1 and Leuprecht, C. December 2014. Asymmetric decentralization of the administration of multilevel security governance in the Canadian federal political system. Canadian Public Administration 57(4): 507-526. SJR = Q2


41. Skillicorn, DB1 and Leuprecht, C. 2013. Inferring the Mental State of Influencers. Social Network Analysis and Mining 3(3): 565-596. SJR = Q1

40. Leuprecht, C and Hataley, T1. 2013. Sûreté, Sécurité Civile et Mesures d’Urgence au sein des systèmes de gouvernance multiniveau. Téléscope : Revue d’analyse comparée en administration publique 19(1) : 176-193. Numéro spécial sur la gouvernance multiniveau.

39. Leuprecht, C. and Goldstone, Jack A2. Political Demography. E-International Relations.

38. Skillicorn, DB and Leuprecht, C. 2012. Mental State of Influencers. In IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Network Analysis and Mining. Foundations of Open-Source Intelligence FOSINT 2012: 922-929.

37. Leuprecht, C. 2012. The nascent societies and governments of Germany’s unitary federalism. Regional and Federal Studies 22(2) April: 177-203. Top = Q1

36. Leuprecht, C. Spring 2012. Public Safety in Federal Systems: A Primer. L’Europe en formation 363(4): 417-436.
Revised version reprinted in Jahrbuch des Föderalismus, Vol. 13. Baden-Baden: Nomos-Verlagsgesellschaft, 2012, pp. 108-122.

35. Leuprecht, C. 2012. The ethno-demographic structure of democratic consolidation in Mauritius and Fiji. Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 50(1) February: 23-49. SJR = Q2

34. Leuprecht, C. 2012. Resisting from the Periphery: Constitutional, Institutional, and Societal Conditions and Drivers of Federal Encroachment of Constituent Units. In Governing from the Centre: the influence of the federal / central government on subnational governments. Ed. Gisela Färber. Speyer: German Research Institute for Public Administration, pp. 75-103.


33. Leuprecht, C. 2011. Deter or Engage? The demographic structure of ethno-nationalist conflict. In Political Demography: How Population Changes are Reshaping International Security and National Politics. Eds. M. Duffy Toft, J. Goldstone, and E. Kaufmann. New York: Oxford University Press, Chapter 15, pp. 226-237. (Reviewed in The Economist 19 May 2012).

32.Leuprecht, C. Introduction. In Essential Readings in Canadian Constitutional Politics. Eds. C Leuprecht and P.H. Russell. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. xv-xxiv.

31. Leuprecht, C. International security strategy: The socio-demographic and economic dawn of a new day. Vienna: Austrian Institute for European and Security Strategy.

30. Leuprecht, C and Winn, C. What Do Muslim Canadians Want? The Clash of Interpretations and Public Opinion. Ottawa: Macdonald-Laurier Institute, True North Study Paper.


29. Leuprecht, C. 2010. Socially Representative Armed Forces: A Demographic Imperative. In Europe without Soldiers? Recruitment and Retention among Europe’s Armed Forces. Eds. Szvirczsev Tresch, T and Leuprecht, C. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 35-54.

28. Leuprecht, C. 2010. At the demographic crossroads: International Security Strategy for the 21st century. In Mission Critical: The Role of Smaller Democracies in Global Stability Operations. Eds. Leuprecht, C, T. Jodok and D. Last. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 13-47.


27. Leuprecht, C. 2009. Guest Editor, Special Issue of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 47(4). SJR = Q2

26. Leuprecht, C. 2009. From unitarizing administrative quasi-federalism to a genuine federal system: How demographic change will drive fiscal-federalism reform as a means to improving the performance of public finances Germany. In Föderalismusreform II, Ralf Baus, Rudolf Hrbek and Henrik Scheller, eds. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft. pp. 1-35.

25. Leuprecht, C. 2009. Demographic Change -- A Catalyst for Federal Asymmetry. In Francesco Palermo, Carolin Zwilling and Karl Kössler, eds. Asymmetries in Constitutional Law: Recent developments in federal and regional systems. Bolzano/Bozen: European Academy, 2009, pp. 189-223.

24. Leuprecht, C. 2009. Policy Matters: Recognizing Immigrants' Academic and Professional Qualifications in Canada. In Wissen wandert/Knowledge Migrates -- Migration und know-how -- Potenziale für Berlin. Brigitte Fahrenhorst et al, eds. Berlin: Society for International Development, 2009, pp. 24-33.

23.Leuprecht, C. 2009. Guest Editor’s Introductory Note. Commonwealth & Comparative Politics 47(4) November: 343-345.

22.Leuprecht, C. Migration as the Demographic Wild Card in Civil Conflict: Mauritius and Fiji. Environmental Change and Security Program Report 13: 34-39.


21. Leuprecht, C. and McHugh, J.T.2 2008. Fixed Election Cycles: A genuine alternative to responsible government? Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 46(4) November: 415-441. SJR = Q2

20. Leuprecht, C. 2008. Autonomy and Diversity. In Building On and Accommodating Diversities, R. L. Watts and R. Chattopadhyay, eds. New Delhi: Viva Books, pp. 89-96.

19. Leuprecht, C. 2008. Föderalismuskultur-Banausen: Zur föderalen Reife der deutschen Gesellschaft. In Europäisches Zentrum für Föderalismus-Forschung, ed. Jahrbuch des Föderalismus 2008. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, pp. 270-285. [On the federal maturity of German society]

18. Leuprecht, C and Hataley, T1. 2008. Just how liberal-democratic is Canadian foreign policy: A pluralist test. In The World in Canada and the 3Ds: Diaspora, Demography and Domestic Politics. David Carment and David Bercuson, eds. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, pp. 123-148.

17. Leuprecht, C. 2008. “Reforming Fiscal Federalism and Equalization: Lessons from the Canadian Experience”. In Die zweite Stufe der Föderalismusreform: Die Neuordnung der Finanzbeziehungen im deutschen Bundesstaat, R Baus & R Hrbek, eds. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, pp. 259-274.

16. Leuprecht, C. 2008. Cites in Multilevel Governance Systems: Implications for Second Chambers. In Legislatures in Federal Systems and Multi-Level Governance. Ed., Hrbek, R. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft.

15.Leuprecht, C. Instructor’s Manual and Test Bank, Canadian Politics: Concise Edition (by Rand Dyck), 4th ed. Scarborough: Thomson Nelson, 2008.


14. Leuprecht, C and Lazar, H1. 2007. Introduction. Spheres of Governance: Comparative Studies of Cities in Multilevel Governance Systems, H Lazar & C Leuprecht, eds. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 1-21.

13. Leuprecht, C. 2007. “Fiskale Gerechtigkeit in der kanadischen Föderation: Gedankenanstösse zur zweiten Phase der Föderalismusreform in Deutschland”. In Föderalismusreform II: Wichenstellungen für eine Neuordnung der Finanzbeziehungen im Deutschen Bundesstaat. R T Baus, T Fischer & R Hrbek, eds. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, pp.201-220. [Fiscal justice in the Canadian federation: Reflections on the Germany’s second federalism reform; published in On the road to a second step of the federal reform - preconditions and perspectives of a reorganization of the financial relations within the German federal state].

12.Leuprecht, C. Instructor’s Manual and Test Bank, Canadian Politics: Critical Approaches (by Rand Dyck), 7th ed. Scarborough: Thomson Nelson.

11. Leuprecht, C. Comparative Review of Michael Burgess’ Comparative Federalism: Theory and Practice and Thomas O. Hueglin and Alan Fenna, Comparative Federalism: A Systematic Inquiry in Federations Magazine 6(1) March/April: 7-8.


10. Young, R1 and Leuprecht, C. 2006. Introduction: new work, background themes, and future research about municipal-federal-provincial relations in Canada. In Canada: The State of the Federation. Municipal-Federal-Provincial Relations in Canada, R Young & C Leuprecht, eds. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 3-22.

9. Leuprecht, C. 2006. Auswirkungen des demographischen Wandels auf föderale Regierungssysteme: Kanada und Deutschland im Vergleich. In Europäisches Zentrum für Föderalismus-Forschung (ed.) Jahrbuch des Föderalismus 2006. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, pp. 83-101. [Implications of demographic change for federal systems of governance: Canada and Germany in Comparison; published in the Yearbook of Federalism 2006].


8. Leuprecht, C. 2005. Demographic Change, Pluralism, and Ethno-cultural Diversity: Implications for Civil-Military Co-operation. A E R Woodcock, ed. The Cornwallis Group X: Analysis for New and Emerging Societal Conflicts. Ottawa: Pearson Peacekeeping Centre, pp. 288-304.

7. Leuprecht, C and O’Conner, N. 2005. Demographic Change and Federal Systems. In Spatial Aspects of Federative Systems. G Färber & N Otter, ed. Speyer: Forschungsinstitut für öffentliche Verwaltung, Deutsche Hochschule für Verwaltungswissenschaften.

6. Leuprecht, C. 2005. Demographics and Diversity Issues in Canadian Military Participation. In Challenge and Change in the Military: Gender and Diversity Issues. F C Pinch et al., eds. Kingston: Canadian Forces Leadership Institute, pp. 122-145.

5. Leuprecht, C. 2005. Ethnic demographics: Canada's Force Multiplier. In Choice of Force: Special Operations for Canada. D Last & B Horn, ed. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 49-68.

4. Leuprecht, C. Review of a Special issue of the Journal of Peace Research on the Demography of Conflict and Violence. In: Environmental Change and Security Program Report 11. This particular issue of the ECSP Report was named “Best Population Journal” by the Global Media Awards.
2003 3. Leuprecht, C. 2003. The Tory Fragment in Canada: Endangered Species? Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique 36(2): 401-416. SJR = Q2

2. Leuprecht, C. and McCreery, C.3 2002. When Fraud Comes of Age: Libations and Legitimacy in Canadian Electioneering. Public Integrity 4(4): 273-289.

1. Leuprecht, C. 2002. The liberal contradictions of Quebec nationalism. Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism 29: 13-26.