What's New

Volume, 27 Issue 2, 2022

Open issue

Peer-Reviewed Papers:

1. The Voice of Social and Mass Media in Transforming Political Appointees’ Reputations: Cases from Kazakhstan, by Baurzhan Bokayev, Madina Nauryzbek, Guldana Baktiyarova and Assel Balmanova, All of Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.

2. Is information openness important for innovation infrastructure? Research of technoparks in Moscow, by Kirill Tyurchev, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia and Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic.

Book:

3. Antecedents Predict Introduction and Fate of Public Innovations and their Organizations: A Quantitative Analysis of Antecedents of Ten Income Security Innovations and Organizations, Saskatchewan, 1971-2021, by Eleanor D. Glor, Fellow, McLaughlin College, York University, Toronto; Editor-in-Chief, The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, Ottawa, Canada.

Review Essay:

4. Saskatchewan: Myth and Reality and Left to Right, two books by Dale Eisler, reviewed by Eleanor D. Glor, Fellow, McLaughlin College, York University, Toronto, Canada; Editor-in-Chief, The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, Ottawa, Canada.

News (Whats New)

  1. Governor General of Canada’s Innovation Award Nominations. Open September 26 2022 Deadline November 18 2022 Questions 613 857 2114

  2. Creative Ways to Reuse Plastic See also: Environment - Sustainability

  3. Re-thinking Public Innovation, Beyond Innovation in Government by Jocelyne Bourgon

  4. Henry Giroux on pedagogy on YouTube, 10 minutes. In 2004 Dr. Giroux moved to Hamilton, Ontario, where he was named the Global Television Network Chair in Communications at McMaster University. In 2014, he became Chair for Scholarship in the Public Interest and continues as the Director of the McMaster Centre for Research in the Public Interest.

  5. Improved Health Services to Northern Manitoba, Canada. Improved Health Services to Northern Manitoba, Canada. From 2011 to 2016, after becoming head of the Section of First Nations, Inuit and Métis health at the University of Manitoba, Dr. Marcia Anderson implemented a plan that reduced the physician vacancy rate in Northern Manitoba from 50 percent to 5 percent. In 2017, she worked on a leadership team to develop the Ongomiizwin Indigenous Institute of Health with a mandate to provide leadership and advanced excellence in research, education, and health services in collaboration with First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities. In 2018, she served as a member of the Cardiovascular and Thoracic provincial clinical team to build Manitoba’s first provincial clinical and preventative services program.

  6. The GOVTRUST Centre of Excellence, together with the research groups Politics & Public Governance and Government & Law at the University of Antwerp (Belgium), is looking to fill three study vacancies in the field of crisis governance and trust. First deadline August 15, 2022.


Last updated:

October 17 2022