public policy

A new model for making Aboriginal policy?

That's the title of a new piece that Zac Spicer and I have just published in the latest issue of Canadian Public Administration.

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Christopher Alcantara and Zac Spicer. 2016. “A New Model for Making Aboriginal Policy? Evaluating the Kelowna Accord and the Promise of Multilevel Governance in Canada.” Canadian Public Administration. 59 (2): 183-203.

Source Cues Significantly Reduce People's Perception of Benefits from Fluoridation

Dr. Andrea Perrella and I have a new paper in the Canadian Journal of Public Health that reveals some interesting insights into how people process information and weigh the risks and benefits of water fluoridation. In particular, we found, through an experimental survey instrument, that people’s support for water fluoridation can be lowered, but not raised.