Gilles Paquet


-Pasquinades en F: Essais à rebrousse-poil (2018)

-Pasquinades in E: Slaughtering Some Sacred Cows (2017)

-Tableau d’avancement IV: Un Canada français à ré-inventer (2017)

-Driving the Fake Out of Public Administration: Detoxing HR in the Canadian Public Sector (2016)    *co-authored with Ruth Hubbard

-Intelligent governance: A Prototype for Social Coordination (2016)
 *co-authored with Christopher Wilson

-The Tainted-Blood Tragedy in Canada: (2016) *co-authored with Roger A. Perrault

-Irregular Governance: A plea for bold organizational experimentation (2015)    *co-authored with Ruth Hubbard

-Tableau D'avancement III: Pour une diaspora canadienne-française anti-fragile (2014)

-Unusual Suspects: Essays on Social Learning Disabilities (2014)

-Probing the bureaucratic mind: (2014)
*co-authored with Ruth Hubbard

-Tackling Wicked Policy Problems: Equality, Diversity and Sustainability (2013)

-Gouvernance Corporative: Une entrée en matière (2013)

Gouvernance communautaire: Innovations dans le Canada français hors Québec (2012)
*sld avec Caroline Andew and Ruth Hubbard

-Moderato cantabile: Toward a Principled Governance for Canada’s Immigration Policy (2012)

-Stewardship (2012)
*co-authored with Ruth Hubbard, Christopher Wilson

-The Unimagined Canadian Capital: Challenges for the Federal Capital Region (2011)
*co-edited with Rupak Chattopadhyay

-Tableau d’avancement II – Essais sur la gouvernance d’un certain Canada français (2011)

-Scheming Virtuously: The Road to Collaborative Governance (2009)

-Through the Detox Prism: Exploring Organizational Failures and Design Responses
* Tim Ragan (co-author)

Gilles Paquet has published a large number of books and scholarly articles on governance. He has been Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research at Carleton University and Dean of the School of Management at the University of Ottawa. In parallel with his academic career, he has been a regular commentator on public affairs in the TV, radio and print media. Currently, he is Professor Emeritus, associated with the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Ottawa. He is Professor Emeritus, University of Ottawa, and Director of Research at La Maison Gouvernance.