Cases

… selected case studies organized chronologically and by Subjects

Selected, open access, cases from the IPAC Case Study Program

This site is under development to test the feasibility of providing open access to selected Canadian case studies, most of which have been generated through the Institute for Public Administration of Canada’s IPAC Case Study Program. See related Atlas resources at Using Cases.

NOTE: Cases with an asterisk (*) are available as pdfs on the Atlas at no charge

Cases ordered chronologically
Industry Canada and Automotive Restructuring, Andrew Graham (2011)*

Making Ontario Accessible – The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, Andrew Graham (2011)*

MORE TO COME

Are You Listening – Can You Hear, Andrew Graham (2007)*

The Toronto Airports, Sandford Borins (2004)

The Draft Memorandum to Cabinet, Douglas Hartle (1993)*

Cases organized by Atlas subject

Analysis
and Skills

Policy Analysis and Process

The Toronto Airports, Sandford Borins (2004)

Implementation and Delivery

Making Ontario Accessible – The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, Andrew Graham (2011)*

Economic Analysis

TO COME

Quantitative Methods

TO COME

Analytic Methods

TO COME

Leadership Skills

Are You Listening – Can You Hear, Andrew Graham (2007)*

Communication Skills

TO COME

 

Institutions
and Context

Governance and Institutions

The Draft Memorandum to Cabinet, Douglas Hartle (1993)*

Ethics, Rights and Accountability

TO COME

Socioeconomic and Political Context

TO COME

Global Context

TO COME

 

Management
Functions

Public Financial Management

TO COME

Evaluation and Performance Measurement

TO COME

Human Resource Management

TO COME

Information and Technology Management

TO COME

Regulatory Policy and Management

TO COME

Local Government Management

TO COME

Nonprofit Management and Advocacy

TO COME

Policy
Sectors

Macroeconomic Policy

TO COME

International Development

TO COME

Public Finance and Social Policy

TO COME

Health

TO COME

Education

TO COME

Employment, Labour and Immigration

TO COME

Cities, Urban and Regional Development

TO COME

Environment and Sustainability

TO COME

Agriculture and Resources

TO COME

Science, Technology and Innovation

TO COME

Industry, Trade and Investment

Industry Canada and Automotive Restructuring, Andrew Graham (2011)*

Energy, Transport and Infrastructure

TO COME

Defence, Security and Foreign Relations

TO COME

Policing and Justice Administration

TO COME

Arts and Culture

TO COME

Financial Markets

TO COME

 

Source

Andrew Graham, with permission to upload to the Atlas, April 2018.

Page created by: Ian Clark, last modified on 30 April 2018.

Image: FG Library of Learning, at http://www.fglibrary.co.uk/case-studies/university-of-surrey, accessed 15 April 2018.