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Understanding third‐party advertising: An analysis of the 2004, 2006 and 2008 C anadian elections
A Lawlor, E Crandall
Canadian Public Administration 54 (4), 509-529, 2011
152011
Questioning judges with a questionable process: An analysis of committee appearances by Canadian Supreme Court candidates
A Lawlor, E Crandall
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2015
102015
Third party election spending in Canada and the United Kingdom: A comparative analysis
E Crandall, A Lawlor
Election Law Journal 13 (4), 476-492, 2014
102014
Committee performance in the Senate of Canada: some sobering analysis for the chamber of ‘sober second thought’
A Lawlor, E Crandall
Commonwealth & Comparative Politics 51 (4), 549-568, 2013
92013
Intergovernmental Relations and the Supreme Court of Canada: The Changing Place of the Provinces in Judicial Selection Reform
E Crandall
The Democratic Dilemma: Reforming Canada's Supreme Court, 71-86, 2013
92013
Does the system of judicial appointment matter? Exploring women’s representation on Ontario’s courts
E Crandall
Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 26 (2), 185-205, 2014
82014
Public support for Canadian courts: understanding the roles of institutional trust and partisanship
E Crandall, A Lawlor
Canadian journal of Law and society/La revue canadienne droit et société 37 …, 2022
72022
Policy versus practice: Third party behaviour in Canadian elections
A Lawlor, E Crandall
Canadian Public Administration 61 (2), 246-265, 2018
72018
What’s Trending in Canadian Politics?: Understanding Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Sphere
M Lalancette, V Raynauld, E Crandall
UBC Press, 2019
62019
Comparing third party policy frameworks: Regulating third party electoral finance in Canada and the United Kingdom
A Lawlor, E Crandall
Public Policy and Administration 33 (3), 332-353, 2018
52018
Third parties in the 2015 federal election: Partying like it's 1988?
A Lawlor, E Crandall
Canadian Election Analysis, 54-55, 2015
42015
Understanding judicial appointments reform: comparing Australia, Canada and the United States
E Crandall
McGill University, 2013
42013
Competing Diversities: Representing ‘Canada’on the Supreme Court
E Crandall, R Schertzer, E Goodyear-Grant, K Hanniman
Canada at 150: Federalism and Democratic Renewal, 111-31, 2019
32019
The Politics of Judicial Appointment: Do Party Connections Impede the Appointment of Women to Canada's Federally Appointed Courts?
E Crandall, A Lawlor
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2017
32017
Courting Controversy: The House of Commons' Ad Hoc Process to Review Supreme Court Candidates.
E Crandall, A Lawlor
Canadian Parliamentary Review 38 (4), 2015
32015
Public opinion toward non-party campaign spending in the UK and Canada
A Lawlor, E Crandall
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 32 (2), 449-468, 2022
22022
Party Fundraisers
E Crandall, M Roy
Inside the Campaign: Managing Elections in Canada, 111-22, 2020
22020
Third Party Policy and Electoral Participation after Harper v. Canada: A Triumph of Egalitarianism?
E Crandall, A Lawlor
Policy Change, Courts, and the Canadian Constitution, 210-229, 2018
22018
DIY 101: The Constitutional Entrenchment of the Supreme Court of Canada
E Crandall
Constitutional Amendment in Canada, 211-227, 2016
22016
Defeat and Ambiguity: The Pursuit of Judicial Selection Reform for the Supreme Court of Canada
E Crandall
Queen's LJ 41, 73, 2015
22015
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