Carey Doberstein
Carey Doberstein
Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of British Columbia
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Designing collaborative governance decision-making in search of a ‘collaborative advantage’
C Doberstein
Public Management Review 18 (6), 819-841, 2016
Metagovernance of urban governance networks in Canada: In pursuit of legitimacy and accountability
C Doberstein
Canadian Public Administration 56 (4), 584-609, 2013
Whom do bureaucrats believe? A randomized controlled experiment testing perceptions of credibility of policy research
C Doberstein
Policy Studies Journal 45 (2), 384-405, 2017
Nudging NIMBY: Do positive messages regarding the benefits of increased housing density influence resident stated housing development preferences?
C Doberstein, R Hickey, E Li
Land Use Policy 54, 276-289, 2016
Balancing a house of cards: Throughput legitimacy in Canadian governance networks
C Doberstein, H Millar
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique†…, 2014
Building a Collaborative Advantage: Network Governance and Homelessness Policy-making in Canada
C Doberstein
UBC Press, 2016
Exploring effective systems responses to homelessness
N Nichols, C Doberstein
Canadian Observatory on Homelessness, 2016
Understanding inclusion in collaborative governance: a mixed methods approach
C Ansell, C Doberstein, H Henderson, S Siddiki, P ‘t Hart
Policy and society 39 (4), 570-591, 2020
The credibility chasm in policy research from academics, think tanks, and advocacy organizations
C Doberstein
Canadian Public Policy 43 (4), 363-375, 2017
Institutional creation and death: Urban development agreements in Canada
C Doberstein
Journal of Urban Affairs 33 (5), 529-548, 2011
Women first: An analysis of a trauma-informed, women-centred, harm reduction housing model for women with complex substance use and mental health issues
C Kirkby, K Mettler, N Nichols, C Doberstein
Exploring Effective Systems Responses to Homelessness. Toronto, ON: The†…, 2016
Housing first, but affordable housing last
C Doberstein, A Smith
HARPER RECORD, 265, 2015
An empirical assessment of the intrusiveness and reasonableness of emerging work surveillance technologies in the public sector
… Charbonneau, C Doberstein
Public Administration Review 80 (5), 780-791, 2020
Applying European Ideas on Federalism and Doing It Better? The Government of Canada’s Homelessness Policy Experiment
C Doberstein
Canadian Public Policy 38 (3), 395-410, 2012
Systems planning and governance: A conceptual framework
C Doberstein
Exploring Effective Systems Responses to Homelessness, 2016
Distributed Democracy: Health Care Governance in Ontario
C Doberstein
University of Toronto Press, 0
An emerging experimental approach to public administration research in Canada
C Doberstein
Canadian public administration 60 (1), 135-140, 2017
Experimenting with public sector innovation: Revisiting Gow for the digital era
C Doberstein, … Charbonneau
Canadian Public Administration 63 (1), 7-33, 2020
When political values and perceptions of deservingness collide: Evaluating public support for homelessness investments in Canada
C Doberstein, A Smith
International Journal of Social Welfare 28 (3), 282-292, 2019
The origins and effects of public servant confidence in whistleblowing protection regimes
C Doberstein, … Charbonneau
Public Administration 98 (3), 643-658, 2020
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