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by Luc Bernier,Keith Brownsey,Michael Howlett

  • ISBN: 0802039529
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: Luc Bernier,Keith Brownsey,Michael Howlett
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division; 2nd Revised edition edition (April 4, 2005)
  • Pages: 320 pages
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Executive Styles in Canada places equal emphasis on both levels, explaining how and in what way cabinet systems have conformed . This study examines the application of norms of responsible government in Indian governments.

Executive Styles in Canada places equal emphasis on both levels, explaining how and in what way cabinet systems have conformed to or diverged from this general pattern. This unique collection is the only systematic, cross-provincial study of its kind, and is certain to be of great benefit to anyone interested in the structure of government in Canada. We discuss Indian Act bands and the ten bands under separate self-government legislation.

Series: IPAC Series in Public Management and Governance. Chapter 9 Cabinet Structure and Executive Style in Manitoba. Published by: University of Toronto Press. Who governs? In the Canadian tradition, the answer is supposed to be the cabinet. Not all provinces have completed this full cycle of development, however, and have not achieved a full measure of increased autonomy of the executive from the legislature.

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Executive Styles in Canada: Cabinet Structures and Leadership Practices in Canadian Government, Luc Bernier, Keith Brownsey and Michael Howlett, ed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, for The Institute of Public Administration of Canada, 2005, pp. xiii, 282. Executive Styles in Canada is a welcome addition to the literature on Canadian political leadership and provincial politics, essentially raising the question of the power of the premier, central agencies, and executive council in each of the Canadian provinces.

Publication Date: Jan 1, 2005. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Bernier, Luc. Other Authors: Brownsey, Keith. Staff, Institute of Public Administration of Canada. Paperback: 592 pages.

Series:IPAC Series in Public Management and Governance. Executive Styles in Canada places equal emphasis on both levels, explaining how and in what way cabinet systems have conformed to or diverged from this general pattern. University of toronto press.

Executive Styles in Canada looks at both levels of government, explaining how cabinet systems have conformed to or diverged from general patterns.

Canada's political regime is centred on the existence of a federal system of government within the institutions of Westminster parliamentary democracy. This system places a great deal of political power in the hands of cabinet ministers, and while cabinet systems of government in Canada have evolved at different speeds in different federal and provincial governments, they have, over the last two decades, increased centralization of administrative and legislative control in ever fewer hands.

This shift has been well demonstrated by scholars such as Donald J. Savoie regarding the federal system, but little examined in the context of provincial governance. Executive Styles in Canada places equal emphasis on both levels, explaining how and in what way cabinet systems have conformed to or diverged from this general pattern. This unique collection is the only systematic, cross-provincial study of its kind, and is certain to be of great benefit to anyone interested in the structure of government in Canada.



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