Maxime Boucher is a member of the Centre on Governance (University of Ottawa). By making use of open data sources such as the Canadian lobbying registry, his research shows how parliamentary institutions affect the relations between organized interests and policy-makers in Canada. His research has appeared in journals such as the Canadian Journal of Political Science, Canadian Public Administration and Political Studies Review.
Christopher A. Cooper is Assistant Professor in Public Management at the University of Ottawa. His research examining the nexus between politics and administration has been published in various journals including, Public Administration, Administration & Society and British Politics
Current and past (invited) scholars
Kaitlin Gallant is a student in History and Political Science at the University of Ottawa. Her main research interests focus on the representation of marginalized groups in the House of Commons. She currently works as a Proceedings and Verification Officer (Hansard) at the House of Commons.
Erin H. Sullivan is a PhD candidate at Leiden University in the Netherlands, and visiting researcher at the University of Ottawa’s School of Political Studies. Her research analyzes the interactions between government and non-government actors, and how they cope with challenges of policy engagement.
As our junior researcher (2019-2020), Angelina Romanchik is studying democratic institutions and the role of corporate lobbying in Canadian politics.