Armstrong , J. & Lenihan, D. G. (1999). From controlling to collaborating: When governments want to be partners. Toronto: Institute of Public Administration of Canada, New Directions – Number 3.
Aucoin, P. (1995). The new public management: Canada in a comparative perspective. Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy.
Baldwin, R. (1995). Rules and government. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Carlsson, I. & Ramphal, C. (1995). Our global neighbourhood: The report of the commission on global governance. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Castles, F. (1998). Comparative public policy: Patterns of post-war transformation. Cheltanham, UK: Edward Elgar.
Courchene, T. (1994). Social Canada in the millennium: Reform imperatives and restructuring. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute.
Courchene, T. J. (ed.), (1999). Room to maneuver? Globalization and policy convergence. Bell Canada Papers on Economic and Public Policy, vol. 6. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
Dahl, R. & Lindblom, C. E. (1953). Politics, economics and welfare. New York: Harper and Row.
Doern, G. B. & Phidd R. W. (1992). Canadian public policy: Ideas, structure, process (2nd ed.). Toronto: Nelson.
Doern, G. B. & Wilson, V. S. (eds.), (1974). Issues in Canadian public policy. Toronto: Methuen.
Freedland, M. (1994). Government by contract and public law. Public Law, 86, 86-104.
Ganz, G. (1987). Quasi-legislation: Recent developments in secondary legislation. London: Sweet and Maxwell.
Gilder, G. (1989). Microcosm: The quantum revolution in economics and technology. New York: Simon & Schuster.
Gimpel, J. (1997). Notes: The risk assessment and cost benefit act of 1995: Regulatory reform and the legislation of science. Journal of Legislation, 23, 61-91.
Government of Canada. (1994). Assessing regulatory alternatives.
Haddow, R. (1998). How Ottawa shrivels: Ottawa’s declining role in active labour market policy. In Leslie A. Pal (ed.), How Ottawa spends 1998-99: Balancing act: The post-deficit mandate (pp. 99 – 126). Toronto: Oxford University Press.
Harder, P. & Lindquist, E. (1997). Expenditure management and reporting in the government of Canada: Recent developments and backgrounds. In J. Bourgault, M. Demers, & C. Williams (eds.), Public administration and public management: Experiences in Canada (pp. 71 – 89). Sainte-Foy, Quebec: Publications du Quebec.
Hood, C. (1984). The tools of government. London: Macmillan.
Hood, C. (1995). Explaining policy reversals. Buckingham: Open University Press.
Jachtenfuchs, M. & Kohler-Koch, B. (1995). The transformation of governance in the European union. Mannheim: Mannheimer Zentrum fur Europaische Sozialforschung.
Kettl, D. F. (1995). Building lasting reform: Enduring questions, missing answers. In D. F. Kettle & Jr. J. DuIulio (ed.), Inside the reinvention machine: Appraising governmental reform (pp. 9 – 83). Washington. D.C.: The Brookings Institution.
Keyes, J. M. (1996). Power tools: The form and function of legal instruments for government action. Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice.
Kirschen, E. S. et al. (1964). Economic policy in our time (3 Volumes). Amsterdam: North-Holland.
Lane, J. (1995). The public sector: Concepts, models and approaches (2nd ed.). London: Sage.
Linder, S. & Peters, B. G. (1989). Instruments of government: Perceptions and contexts. Journal of Public Policy, 9, 35-58.
McDonnell, L. M. & Elmore, R. F. (1987). Alternative policy instruments. Santa Monica: Center for Policy Research in Education.
Monohan, P. J. (1996). Is the Pearson airport legislation unconstitutional?: The rule of law as a limit on contract repudiation by government. Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 33, 411-452.
O’Bryne, S. K. (1992). Public power and private obligation: An analysis of the government contract. Dalhousie Law Journal, 14, 485-525.
OECD. (1997). Public management developments: Update. Paris.
Osborne, D. & Gaebler, T. (1993). Reinventing government: How the entrepreneurial spirit is transforming the public sector. New York: Penguin.
Ostrom, E. (1998). A behavioral approach to the rationale choice theory of collective action. American Political Science Review 92, 1, 1-22.
Pal, L. A. (1992). Public policy analysis: An introduction (2nd ed.). Toronto: Nelson.
Pal, L. A. (1997). Beyond policy analysis: Public issue management in turbulent times. Scarborough, Ont: Nelson.
Pollitt, C. (1995). Management techniques for the public sector: Pulpit and practice. In B. G. Peters & D. J. Savoie (eds.), Governance in a changing environment (pp. 203-238). Montreal: Canadian Center for Management Development and McGill-Queen's University Press.
Rhodes, R.A.W. (1997). Understanding governance: Policy networks, governance, reflexivity and accountability. Buckingham: Open University Press.
Rosell, S. A. et al. (1995). Changing maps: Governing in a world of rapid change. Ottawa: Carleton University Press.
Salamon, L. M. (1981). Rethinking public management. Public Policy 29, 255−275.
Savoie, D. J. (1998). Fifteen years of reform: What have we learned? In B. G. Peters & D. J. Savoie (eds.), Taking stock: Assessing public sector reforms. Montreal & Kingston: Canadian Center for Management Development and McGill-Queen’s University Press, xx.
Schneider, A. & Ingram, H. (1993). Social construction of target populations: Implications for politics and policy. American Political Science Review 87, 334−347.
Schultz, R. & Doern, G. B. (1998). No longer 'governments in miniature': Canadian sectoral regulatory institutions. In G. B. Doern & S. Wilks (eds.), Changing regulatory institutions in Britain and North America (pp. 108 – 130). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Seidle, F. L. (ed.). (1993). Rethinking government: Reform or reinvention? Montreal: The Institute for Research on Public Policy.
Seidle, F. L. (1995). Rethinking the delivery of public services to citizens. Montreal: The Institute for Research on Public Policy.
Self, P. (1993). Government by the market? The politics of public choice. London: Macmillan.
Simeon, R. (1994). In search of a social contract: Can we make hard decisions as if democracy matters? Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute.
Stefanick, L. & Wells, K. (1998). Staying the course of saving face? Federal environmental policy post-Rio. In L. A. Pal (ed.), How Ottawa spends 1998-99: Balancing act: The post-deficit mandate (pp. 243 – 270). Toronto: Oxford University Press.
Trebilcock, M. J. (1998). Instrument choice in the policy making process. (Paper presented at the Treasury Board of Canada Symposium on Instrument Choice, Ottawa, January 19, 1998).
Trebilcock, M. J. et al. (1982). The choice of governing instrument. Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services.
Voluntary codes: A guide for their development and use. (Ottawa: Industry Canada, March 1998). Also available http://strategis.ic.gc.ca/volcodes.