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Heather Millar
Heather Millar
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of New Brunswick
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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
322014
Comparing accountability relationships between governments and non‐state actors in C anadian and E uropean international development policy
H Millar
Canadian Public Administration 56 (2), 252-269, 2013
292013
Rehousing Vancouver's street-involved youth
H Millar
Canadian Policy Research Networks Incorporated, 2009
162009
Self-reinforcing and self-undermining feedbacks in subnational climate policy implementation
H Millar, E Bourgeois, S Bernstein, M Hoffmann
Environmental Politics 30 (5), 791-810, 2021
142021
Policy logics, framing strategies, and policy change: lessons from universal pre-k policy debates in California and Florida
LA White, A Davidson, H Millar, M Pandy, J Yi
Policy Sciences 48 (4), 395-413, 2015
122015
Successful stewardship and conservation organizations–case studies and best practices
H Millar
The Leading Edge, Stewardship and Conservation in Canada, 2003
102003
Puzzling Publics: The role of reflexive learning in universal pre-kindergarten (UPK) policy formulation in Canada and the US
H Millar, A Davidson, LA White
Public Policy and Administration 35 (3), 312-336, 2020
82020
Crisis, uncertainty and urgency: processes of learning and emulation in tax policy making
M Lesch, H Millar
West European Politics 45 (4), 930-952, 2022
62022
Bridge fuel feuds: The competing interpretive politics of natural gas in Canada
A Janzwood, H Millar
Energy Research & Social Science 88, 102526, 2022
62022
Connecting models of the individual and policy change processes: a research agenda
H Millar, M Lesch, LA White
Policy Sciences 52 (1), 97-118, 2019
62019
Re-housing street-involved youth in Metro Vancouver
HL Millar
52010
Problem uncertainty, institutional insularity, and modes of learning in Canadian provincial hydraulic fracturing regulation
H Millar
Review of Policy Research 37 (6), 765-796, 2020
42020
Managing Uncertainty: Risk Narratives and Learning in Provincial Hydraulic Fracturing Regulation in Canada 2006–2016
HL Millar
University of Toronto (Canada), 2019
42019
3 Interjurisdictional Transfer of Hydraulic Fracturing Regulations among Canadian Provinces
H Millar
Provincial Policy Laboratories, 49-68, 2021
22021
The role of coalition building and normalization in explaining entrenchment of Ontario’s provincial climate policy 2001-2018
H Millar, E Bourgeois, S Bernstein, M Hoffmann
Environmental Governance Lab). https://www. ippapublicpolicy. org/file/paper …, 2019
12019
Risky Business: policy uncertainty, institutional insularity, and learning in Canadian provincial energy policy making 2006-2016.
H Millar
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