Atlas Concept Table for PPG1000 Governance and Institutions

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Core concepts on the Atlas for the Munk School’s course on governance and institutions

The table below displays Atlas core concepts that may be pertinent to PPG1000, a required first-year course for MPP students in the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. The concepts have been selected by the Atlas editors on the basis of the 2019-20 course description at https://munkschool.utoronto.ca/publicpolicy/programs/master-of-public-policy-program/mpp-courses/, the 2017-18 student compilation of Top 50 Concept Readings for Toronto MPP Courses, and the detailed 2016-17 syllabus at PPG1000 Governance and Institutions. They are drawn from ten Atlas topics in a single subject, Governance and Institutions. See Atlas Concept Tables for Courses for methodology and links to other concept tables.

Atlas Concept Table for PPG1000
185 core concepts in governance and institutions, organized by Atlas subject and topic

Governance and Institutions

The Study of Governance and Institutions

Competing Values in Governance and Institutions

Democracy

Governance

Government

Institutional Theories – Historical, Sociological, and New Institutionalism

Institutions

Public Administration

Public Interest

Public Management

State

Constitutional Framework

Amending Formulas

Constitution

Constitution of Canada

Constitution of the United States

Constitutional Conventions

Constitutional Laws

Constitutional Monarchy

Conventions vs Laws

Crown Prerogative

Entrenchment

Executive Power

Governor General of Canada

Head of State vs. Head of Government

Her Majesty The Queen

Judicial Power

Judicial Review

Legislative Power

Lieutenant Governor of Ontario

Organic Statutes

Prorogation

Representative Government

Republic

Reserve Power

Responsible Government

Social Contract

Speech from the Throne

The Crown

Westminster System

Electoral Systems and Democratic Reform

Aggregative Model of Democracy

Burke’s Conception of an Elected Representative

Competitive Model of Democracy

Condorcet’s Paradox

Deliberative Model of Democracy

Democratic Deficit

Electoral Systems

Illiberal Democracy vs. Undemocratic Liberalism

Nativism

Parliament vs. Congress

Party Leader Selection and De-selection

Party Discipline

Political Party

Populism

Samara’s Five Potential Electoral Systems

Machinery of Government

Agents of Parliament

Cabinet Decision-Making System

Cabinet Selection

Clerk of the Privy Council

Department of Finance

Estimates

Government Program

Machinery of Government

Merit Principle

Ministerial Responsibility

Office of the Premier

Political Executive

Premier

Presidentialism

Prime Minister

Prime Minister as CEO

Prime Minister as First Among Equals

Prime Minister’s Office

Prime Ministerial Prerogatives

Privy Council Office

Public Service Commission

Secretary of the Cabinet, Ontario

Treasury Board Secretariat

Governance and Institutions

Institutional Dynamics within Government

Accounting Officer

Cabinet Decision-Making System

Cabinet Documents

Cabinet Solidarity and Secrecy

Centre vs. Periphery

Constitutional Convention of a Politically Neutral Civil Service

Guardians vs. Spenders

Ministerial Responsibility

Policy Advisory Systems

Political Aide

Political Executive vs. Civil Service

Political Neutrality

Public Service Anonymity

Regionalism

Regional Minister

Speaking Truth to Power

Staff vs. Line Positions

Federalism

Asymmetrical Federalism

Bilateral Negotiation with Specific Reciprocity

Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat

Classical Federalism

Collaborative Federalism

Competitive Federalism

Constitutional Federalism

Cooperative Federalism

Council of the Federation

Distribution of Powers

Equalization Formula

Federalism

Fiscal Imbalance

Forum of Federations

Intergovernmental Relations

Multilateral Collaboration with Diffuse Reciprocity

Multilevel Governance

Multiple Identities

Unilateral Action with Particular Interests

Municipal Governance

Administrative Tribunals and Municipal Government

Developers, Citizens, and Local Government

Local Government

Local Government Functions

Machinery of Municipal Government

Multilevel Governance in Cities

Municipal Elections

Municipal Finance

Municipal Organizations

Municipal Special Purpose Bodies

Project-based vs. Program-based Federal Involvement in Urban Affairs

Provincial Controls over Local Government

Provincial Ministers of Municipal Affairs

 

Governance and Institutions

Courts, Tribunals, and Commissions

Adjudication

Administrative Law

Administrative Tribunals

Canadian Courts of Law

Charter Dialogue between Courts and Legislatures

Commissioner of Lobbying

Common Law

Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner

Constitutional Law

Criminal Law

Human Rights Commissions

Human Rights Tribunals

Impartiality

Judicial Councils

Judicialization of Politics

Judiciary

Natural Justice

Public Sector Integrity Commissioner of Canada

Quasi-judicial Body

Stare Decisis

Indigenous Governance

Abele and Prince’s Four Models of Aboriginal Self-Government

Aboriginal Peoples

Aboriginal Title

Calder Decision of the Supreme Court of Canada, 1973

Delgamuukw Decision of the Supreme Court of Canada, 1997

Governance vs. Self-Government

Indigenization

Inherent Right to Self-Government

Land Claims

Nation-to-Nation Relationship

Non-Status Indians

Papillon’s Mosaic of Multilevel Governance Relations

Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples

Self-Government

Sparrow Decision of the Supreme Court of Canada, 1990

Treaty Rights

Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada

Tsilhqot’in Decision of the Supreme Court of Canada, 2014

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)

White Paper – Statement of the Government of Canada on Indian Policy, 1969

Modernizing Government

Aucoin’s New Public Governance

Best Practices Advice

Deliverology

Digital Government and E-Government

Human Resource Management Reforms

Management Consulting

Management Differences between Public and Private Sectors

Networked Governance

New Public Management

Performance Improvement and Performance Leadership

Performance-Related Pay

Private-Public Partnerships

Privatization

Public Sector Innovation

Public Sector Leadership and Communication

Quasi-Public Corporation

Red Tape Reduction

Service Standards

Skogstad’s Four Competing Models of Authority

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