Z. Spicer

Livre :

Spicer, Z. (2016). The Boundary Bargain: Growth, Development and the Future of City-County Separation. McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Articles publiés dans des revues à comité de lecture et rapports de recherche :

Spicer, Zachary and Kate Graham. “Preparing to Lead: Mayoral Transition Planning in Canadian Cities.” Canadian Public Administration. Forthcoming.

Alcantara, Christopher and Zachary Spicer. “Evaluating the Kelowna Accord and the Promise of Multilevel Governance in Canada.” Canadian Public Administration. Forthcoming. 

Spicer, Zachary. “A Patchwork of Participation: The Search for Community Representation in Post-Amalgamation Ontario.” Canadian Journal of Political Science. Vol. 49, No. 1, March 2016. 

McGregor, Michael and Zachary Spicer. “The Canadian Homevoter: Property Values and Municipal Politics in Canada.” Journal of Urban Affairs. Vol. 38, No. 1, January 2016.

Spicer, Zachary. “Cooperation, Coordination and Competition: Why Do Municipalities Participate in Economic Development Alliances?” Canadian Public Administration. Vol. 58, No. 4, December 2015.

Spicer, Zachary. “Adapting (Municipal) Form to (Provincial) Function: City-County Separation and the Introduction of the Consolidated Municipal Service Manager System in Ontario.” American Review of Canadian Studies. Vol. 45, No. 3. November 2015.

Spicer, Zachary. “Regionalism, Municipal Organization and Inter-Local Cooperation in Canada.” Canadian Public Policy. Vol. 41, No. 2. June 2015.

Spicer, Zachary. “Cooperation and Capacity: Inter-Municipal Agreements in Canada,” in IMFG Papers. Toronto: Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance, University of Toronto. May 2015. 

Spicer, Zachary. “Linking Regions, Linking Functions: Inter-Municipal Agreements in Ontario,” in IMFG Perspectives. Toronto: Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance, University of Toronto. December 2014.

Spicer, Zachary. “The Ties That Bind? Exploring the Dynamics of Inter-Municipal Agreement Formation Between Separated Cities and Counties.” Canadian Public Policy. Vol. 40, No. 3. September 2014. 

Andrew, Caroline, André Côté , Peter Graefe, Andrew Sancton, Zachary Spicer, John Sutcliffe and Tom Urbaniak. “The Times They Are A Changin’ (Mostly): A 2014 Election Primer for Ontario’s Biggest Cities,” IMFG Perspectives. Toronto: Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance, University of Toronto. September 30, 2014.

Slack, Enid, Zachary Spicer and Markham Montacer. “Decentralization and Gender Equity,” in Forum of the Federations Occasional Papers Series Vol. 14. July 2014. Ottawa: Forum of the Federations.

Spicer, Zachary. “Too Big, Yet Still Too Small: The Mixed Legacy of the Montréal and Toronto Amalgamations,” in IMFG Perspectives. Toronto: Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance, University of Toronto. March 2014.

Spicer, Zachary and John L. Nater. “Legislative Dissent Without Reprisal? An Alternative View of Speaker Selection.” Journal of Legislative Studies. Vol. 19, No. 4. December 2013.

Spicer, Zachary. “Post-Amalgamation Politics: How Does Consolidation Impact Community Decision-Making?” Canadian Journal of Urban Research. Vol. 21, No. 2, December 2012.

Alcantara, Christopher, Zachary Spicer and Rob Leone. “Institutional Design and the Accountability Paradox: A Case Study of Three Aboriginal Accountability Regimes in Canada,” in Canadian Public Administration. Vol. 55, No. 1. March 2012.

Spicer, Zachary. “The Reluctant Urbanist: Pierre Trudeau and the Creation of the Ministry of State for Urban Affairs.” International Journal of Canadian Studies. Vol. 44, Spring 2012.

Alcantara, Christopher, Rob Leone and Zachary Spicer. “Responding to Policy Change from Above: Municipal Accountability and Transparency Regimes in Ontario,” Journal of Canadian Studies. Vol. 46, No. 1. Winter 2012.

Spicer, Zachary. “The Rise and Fall of the Ministry of State for Urban Affairs: A Re-Evaluation,” in Canadian Political Science Review. Vol. 5, No. 2, 2011

Spicer, Zachary. “Institutional Policy Learning and Formal Federal-Urban Engagement in Canada,” in Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance. Vol. 7, November 2010.