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Honest Politics Now
What ethical conduct means in Canadian public life

Edited by Ian GreeneEdited by David P. Shugarman


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How scandals and controversies have paved the way to higher expectations and tougher rules for Canadian politicians and public officials


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Ian Greene has taught public policy and administration at York University since 1985. Greene is a University Professor Emeritus and Senior Scholar in the School of Public Policy and Administration, and was Master of McLaughlin College in York University for seven years until 2011. He was the founding Director of York's Masters program in Public Policy, Administration and Law. Greene's most recent book is The Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

David P. Shugarman is a Professor Emeritus and Senior Scholar at York University in Toronto. Born in Edmonton, Alberta, he received his B.A. (Hons) from the University of Alberta, and his M.A. in Political Economy and Ph.D. in Political Philosophy at the University of Toronto. His recent publications include chapters, essays, and articles on the commission of inquiry into into the sponsorship scandal, public inquiries, and democratic accountability.


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