Amatulli, Giuseppe, (2023) Implementing UNDRIP in British Columbia in a Post-Yahey Context: What to Expect After the Yahey v. BC Litigation (S151727) and the Agreement on Industrial Development and Cumulative Effects Management, in Arctic Review on Law and Politics, NOASP, Vol. 14. 

Amatulli, Giuseppe, (2023) Climbing the Trail to Heaven: Traditional Funerals and Burial Practices in Dane-zaa Territory – An Ethnographic account from North-eastern British Columbia’, in Mortality, Routledge – Taylor and Francis Group. 

Levkoe, C.Z., P. Andrée, P. Ballamingie, K. Tasala, A. Wilson and M. Korzun. (2023) Civil Society Engagement in Food System Governance in Canada: Experiences, Gaps and Possibilities. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 12(2), 267–286.

Jackson, Edward T. and Robino, C. (2022). “Editorial: Growing Gender Lens Investing in Emerging Markets” (with C. Robino). Special Issue, Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investment, 12 (3), 2022, 671-683.

Changfoot, N., P. Andrée, C.Z. Levkoe, M. Nilson and M. Goemans. (2020) ‘Recognizing Engaged-Scholarship in Tenure and Promotion: Autoethnographic Insights from the Fault Lines of a Shifting Landscape.’ Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning 26(1), 239-264.

Peacock. D., M. Goemans, P. Andrée, C. Levkoe, N. Changfoot and I. Kim. (2020) ‘Accounting for community impact: Thinking across the spaces and times of a seven-year, pan-Canadian, community-based research project.’ Michigan Journal of Community-Service Learning 26(1), 175-196

Wilson, A., Levkoe, C.Z., Andrée, P., Skinner, K., Spring, A., Wesche, S., Galloway, T., 2020 “Sustainable Northern Food Systems: Federal Policy Constraints and Potential Opportunities“, Arctic, Calgary, AB

Abele, F., Ahmad, F., Grady, C., 2019, “Power and Politics: Financing the Spirit and Intent of Modern Treaties”, Northern Public Affairs, Ottawa, ON

Bouchard, K., Perry, A., Clark, B. & Rodon, T., 2019, “Measuring Well-being in the context of modern treaties: Challenges and Opportunities”, Northern Public Affairs, Ottawa, ON

Cameron, K. & Campbell, A., 2019, “Towards a modern treaties implementation review commission”, Northern Public Affairs, Ottawa, ON

Campbell, S., 2019, “Engaging the next generation of treaty negotiators and implementers”, Northern Public Affairs, Ottawa, ON

Erutsi, D., 2019, “No Time for a Modern Treaty”, Northern Public Affairs, Ottawa, ON

Nicol, R., Perry, A., Clark, B., Papillon, M., 2019, “A New Relationship? Reflections on the Collaborative Federal Fiscal Policy Development Process”, Northern Public Affairs, Ottawa, ON

Promislow, J., Verrier, A., 2019, “Judicial Interventions in Modern Treaty Implementation: Dispute Resolution and Living Treaties”, Northern Public Affairs, Ottawa, ON

Simpson, J., 2019, “Lianne Marie Leda Charlie:  Hot Pink Bull Moose, Modern Treaties and Decolonization”, Northern Public Affairs, Ottawa, ON

Sloan Morgan, V., Calabretta, M., Nookemis, B., Aarssen, J. & Castleden, H., 2019 “Implementing a modern treaty in British Columbia: Lived experiences from Huu-ay-aht First Nations—Maa-nulth Treaty signatories Huu-ay-aht First Nations”, Northern Public Affairs, Ottawa, ON

Snook, J., Akearok, J. & Palliser, T. with Cunsolo, A., Hoover, C. & Bailey, M., 2019, “Enhancing fisheries co-management in the Eastern Arctic”, Northern Public Affairs, Ottawa, ON

Wesley, A., Lochan, L., Wilson, O. & Gustin, S., 2019, “Government-to-government relationships support modern treaty implementation”, Northern Public Affairs, Ottawa, ON

White, G., 2019 “Shaping the Northern political landscape: Comprehensive land claims agreements”, Northern Public Affairs,Ottawa, ON

Wright, D.V., 2019, “Bill C-88 elimination of the MVRMA “superboard”: Small step or start of big leaps in modern treaty implementation?”, Northern Public Affairs, Ottawa, ON

Zoe, J.B., King, H., Simpson, J., 2019, “Gowhaedo Gonàowo (Ancestral Ways): Mapping Modern Treaty Implementation”, Northern Public Affairs, Ottawa, ON

Abele, F. Southcott, C., Natcher, D., Parlee, B., (2018) Beyond the Berger Inquiry: Can extractive resource development help the sustainability of Canada’s Arctic Communities? Arctic. 71(4): 402-415

Andrée, P., M. Coulas, M. and P. Ballamingie. (2018) “Governance recommendations from forty years of food policy development in Canada and beyond.” Canadian Journal of Food Studies 5(3): 6-27

Andrée, P., Findlay, I., Peacock, D. (2018). Transformations through “Community-First” Engagement. Engaged Scholar Journal, 4(2), i-x.

Andrée, P., Levkoe, C. Z., & Wilson, A. (2018). Special issue on building an integrated Food Policy for Canada: An open letter to the Canadian food policy community. Canadian Food Studies / La Revue Canadienne Des études Sur L’alimentation, 5(3), 1-5.

Erickson, L., Findlay, I., Christopherson-Cote, C. (2018). Rooting out Poverty: People, Passion, and Place at Station 20 West. Engaged Scholar Journal, 4(2), 95-106.

Goemans, M., Levkoe, C.Z., Andrée, P., Changfoot, N., Christopherson-Cote, C. (2018). Learning to “walk the talk”: Reflexive Evaluation in Community-First Engaged Research. Engaged Scholar Journal, 4(2), 61-86.

Kepkiewicz, L., Levkoe, C.Z., Brynne, A. (2018)., Community First for Whom? Reflections on the Possibilities and Challenges of Community-Campus Engagement from the Community Food Sovereignty Hub. Engaged Scholar Journal, 4(2), 43-60.

Koller, K. (2018). Trickster Chases the Tale of Education by Sylvia Moore. Engaged Scholar Journal, 4(2), 119-120.

Levkoe, C. Z. and Stack-Cutler, H. (2018). Brokering Community-campus Partnerships: An Analytical Framework. Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement, 11:1, pp. 18-36.

Levkoe, C. Z., Friendly, A., & Daniere, A. (2018). Community Service-Learning in Graduate Planning Education. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 11(2), 0739456X1875431–12.

Levkoe, C., Hammelman, C., Craven, L., Dandy, G., Farbman, J., Harrison, J., & Mount, P. (2018). Building Sustainable Communities Through Food Hubs. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 8(2), 107-122.

Levkoe, C.Z., Brem-Wilson, J., Anderson, C.R., (2018) People, power, change: three pillars of a food sovereignty research praxis, The Journal of Peasant Studies, DOI: 10.1080/03066150.2018.1512488

Levkoe, C.Z., Wilson, A., Schembri, V. (2018). Community-Academic Peer Review: Prospects for Strengthening Community-Campus Engagement and Enriching Scholarship. Engaged Scholar Journal, 4(2), 1-20.

McCarroll, L., O’Connor, E., Garlough, J. (2018). Breaking Barriers: Using Open Data to Strengthen Pathways in Community-Campus Engagement for Community Action on Environmental Sustainability. Engaged Scholar Journal, 4(2), 87-94.

Mitchell, T., Loomis, C., Polillo, A., Fry, B., Mackeigan, M. (2018) Projective Technique Reveals Unconscious Attitudes about Poverty in Canada, Journal of Poverty, 22:6, 500-517,

Nasca, T.F., Changfoot, N., Hill, S.D. (2018). Participatory planning in a low-income neighbourhood in Ontario, Canada: building capacity and collaborative interactions for influence, Community Development Journal

Peacock, D., Huddart, S., Lubelsky, C. (2018). Funding Social Innovation in Canada: An Interview with Stephen Huddart and Chad Lubelsky of the McConnell Foundation. Engaged Scholar Journal, 4(2), 107-118.

Przednowek, A., Goemans, M., & Wilson, A. (2018). “I had a big revelation”: Student Experiences in Community-First Community-Campus Engagement. Engaged Scholar Journal, 4(2), 21-42.

Abele, F. & Dalseg, S.K. (Forthcoming). “Language, Distance, Democracy: Development Decision-Making and Northern Communications” The Northern Review.

Kennedy Dalseg, S. (2015). “Creating Citizens, Building Societies: Adult Education as if Community Mattered.” Historical Studies in Education (Special Issue Spring 2015), 99-120.

Black, K. (Spring 2015). Extracting Northern Knowledge: Tracing the History of Post-Secondary Education in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. The Northern Review.

Gladstone, J. and Kennedy Dalseg, S. (2015). Strengthening the voices of Northerners in Arctic science. Northern Public Affairs, 3(2).

Majoch, A., Hoepner, A. and Hebb, T. (2015) “Sources of stakeholder salience in the RI movement: Why do investors sign the principles for responsible investment?RI Quarterly, p.11

Diouf  D., Hebb T., and Touré, E.H. (2014)  “Exploring factors that influence social retail investors’ decisions: Evidence from Desjardins Fund, Journal of Business Ethics, , Volume 134, Issue 1, pp 45-67 (First online:

Hebb T. and Sharma R,. (2014) “New Finance for America’s Cities,” Regional Studies, 48, (3) 485-501.

Hebb T. (2014) Three Points of Leverage for Responsible Investing, European Financial Review, April/May 2014.

Gladstone, J. (2014). Saving lives or saving money? The federal approach to Northern search and rescue. Northern Public Affairs, 2(3).

Mittelman, R. and Rojas-Mendez, J.I. (2013) “Exploring Consumer’s Needs and Motivations in Online Social Lending for Development,” Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing 25(4).

Goodman, J., C. Louche, K.C. van Cranenburgh, and D. Arenas. (2013) Social Shareholder Engagement: The Dynamics of Voice and Exit Journal of Business Ethics.

Mendell M. and Barbosa E., (2013) Impact Investing: a preliminary analysis of emergent primary and secondary exchange platforms,  Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investing 3(2).

Hebb T. Guest Editor (2013) Special Issue: Impact Investing Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investing 3(2).

Hebb T. (2013) Editorial: Impact investing and responsible investing: what does it mean? Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investing 3(2).

Jackson E. (2013) Interrogating the theory of change: evaluating impact investing where it matters most. Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investing 3(2).

Richardson B., (2013) Fiduciary Responsibility in Retail Funds: Clarifying the Prospects for SRI  Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investing 3(2).

Allen, R., H. Letourneau and T. Hebb. (2012) “Shareholder engagement in the extractive sector.” Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investing 1(4).

Huppé, G., and P. Bala-Miller (2012) “Shareholder passivity: a viable explanation for corporate governance failures at NewsCorp?Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investment 1(3).

Phillips, S. (2012) “Dual Restructuring: Civil Society and the Welfare State in Canada, 1985 to 2005,” British Journal of Canadian Studies. 25.2

Phillips, S. And M. Lenczner (2012) “From Stories to Evidence:  New Data for Social Innovation,” in Technology Innovation Management Review, July.

Phillips, S. (2012) “Canadian Leapfrog: From Regulating Charitable Fundraising to Co-Regulating Good Governance,” Voluntas, Online first 2012.

Abele, F. and K. Graham. (2011) “What Now? Future Federal Responsibilities Towards Aboriginal People Living in Cities” aboriginal policy studies 1(1) (Spring).

Hebb, T., Hamilton A., and Hachigian H., (2011) “Responsible Property Investment in Canada,” Journal of Business Ethics, 92 sup.1.

Huppé, G., and T. Hebb (2011) “The virtue of CalPERS’ Emerging Equity Market Principles.” Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investment (1)1.

Madill J., Brouard F., and Hebb T. (2010) “Canadian Social Enterprises: An Empirical Exploration of Social Transformation, Financial Self Sufficiency and Innovation“. Journal of NonProfit and Public Sector Marketing.

Philips S., and Hebb T. (2010) Financing the Civil Society, Policy and Society, 29, 3, 181-187.

Abele, F. (2009) The State and the Northern Social Economy: Research Prospects, The Northern Review 30, 37-58.

Graham K., (2009) “Federal-Municipal relations in Canada: The changing organizational landscape,” with Christopher Stoney, Canadian Public Administration, Vol.52, No.3, September, Pp.23

Graham K., (2009) “The ‘Ottawa syndrome:’ The localization of federal public servants in Canada,” with G. Swimmer, Canadian Public Administration, Vol .52, No.2, September, Pp.20

Hebb T. (2009) “Engaging Institutional Investors in Social Finance” Making Waves. Vol 20 number 3 autumn/ winter 2009

Hebb T., Beeferman L., (2009) “US Pension Funds’ Labour-Friendly Investments”, Journal of Comparative Social Welfare Volume 25, Issue 2.

Abele, Frances and Michael J. Prince, (2008) “Four Pathways to Aboriginal Self-Government in Canada” American Review of Canadian Studies.

Clark G L, Salo J, Hebb T, (2008), “Social and environmental shareholder activism in the public spotlight: US corporate annual meetings, campaign strategies, and environmental performance, 2001 – 04” Environment and Planning A. 40 1370-1390.

Abele, F. and T. Rodon. (2007) Inuit Diplomacy in the Global Era: The Strengths of Multilateral Internationalism, Canadian Foreign Policy 13, 3.

Hagerman L., Clark G. and Hebb T. (2007) Investment Intermediaries in Economic Development: Linking Public Pension Funds to Urban Revitalization. Community Development Investment Review, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, 3(1).

Steiger A., Hebb T., and Hagerman L (2007) Linking Investors to Economic Development. Bridges, Community Affairs Department of Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Summer 2007.

Hebb T., (2006) The Economic Inefficiency of Secrecy. Journal of Business Ethics 63 385-405.

Abele, F. and J. Madill (2005) From Public Education to Social Marketing: The Evolution of the Canadian Heritage Anti-Racism Social Marketing Program, Journal of Non Profit and Public Sector Marketing 17, 1/2.

Clark, G. L., Hebb., T; (2005) “Why do they care? The market for corporate global responsibility and the role of institutional investors.” Environment and Planning A 37 2015-2031

Hebb, T., Wójcik, D. (2005) Global standards and emerging markets: the institutional investment value chain and CalPERS’ investment strategy. Environment and Planning A 37 1955-1974

Abele, F. (2004) Kanadskii opyt uluchsheniia polozeniia korennykh narodov na rynke truda (Canadian experience in improving the position of native peoples in the labour market), Region: Ekonomika i sotsiologiia (The Region: Economics and Sociology, 4, 200-211.

Clark G L., Hebb T. (2004) “Corporate Engagement: The fifth stage of capitalism.” Relations industrielles / Industrial Relations 59 142-170.

Graham K., (2003) “The New Trilateralism: Experiments in Federal – Municipal – Community Relationships,” with Susan D. Phillips and Alex Ker, ARNOVA, Denver, November, Pp. 44.

Graham K., (2002) “A Framework for Balanced Growth and Public Investment,” with Allan Maslove and Frances Woolley, TD Forum on Canada’s Standard of Living. Ottawa, October 7,. Pp. 12.

Graham K., (2001) “Learning from Experience: Ottawa as a Cautionary Tale of Reforming Urban Government,” with Allan M. Maslove and Susan D. Phillips, Journal of Comparative Policy Studies, Vol 3, No. 3, Nov., Pp. 18

Graham K., (2000) “Enhancing University-Community Partnerships: Challenges in Retooling the Academy for More Effective Engagement with Civil Society,” with Edward T. Jackson and Allan M. Maslove, Education Through Partnership, Vol 4, No.2, November, Pp.14

Graham K., (1998) “Urban Aboriginal Governance in Canada: Paradigms and Prospects” Zeitschrift für Kanada – Studien, Vol.33, No.1,, Pp. 12.

Graham K., (1998) “Who does what in Ontario: The process of provincial-municipal disentanglement,” with Susan D. Phillips, Canadian Public Administration, Vol. 41, No.2, Summer, Pp. 34

Graham K., (1997)“Citizen engagement: beyond the customer revolution,” with Susan D. Phillips, Canadian Public Administration, Vol. 40, No. 2, Summer, Pp.18.

Graham K., (1995)“Implementing Aboriginal Self-Government: A Personal Perspective,” in Evelyn J. Peters (ed.), Aboriginal Self-Government in Urban Areas (Kingston: Institute of Intergovernmental Relations,), Pp. 179-182.

Abele, F. (1990) And Now for a Northern Solution?  The Transfer of Forest Fire Control and Forest Management to the Governments of the Northwest Territories and Yukon, The Northern Review  5, 82-102.

Graham K., (1990)”Implementing Devolution: Learning From Experience,” In The Northern Studies Review, No. 5, Summer, Pp. 130-147.

Abele, F. (1987) Canadian Contradictions: Forty Years of Northern Political Development, Arctic  41(4), 310-320; reprinted in Kenneth Coates and William R. Morrison, editors, Interpreting Canada’s North:  Selected Readings.  Toronto:  Copp Clark Pitman, 1989.

Graham K., (1987) “Training Administrators From Developing Counties,” with N. Harvey Lithwick. Proceedings, Tenth Annual Conference on Teaching Public Administration, Washington D.C., April, Pp. 13.

Abele, F. and M.O. Dickerson (1985) The 1982 Plebiscite on Division of the Northwest Territories: Regional Government and Federal Policy, Canadian Public Policy, 1-15.

Graham K., (1985) “Models of Community Participation in Planning and Regulation of Non-renewable Resources Development in the Canadian Territorial North,” the Canadian Committee on Northern Population Research, Proceedings, the International Conference on Northern Population Issues (Denmark), Pp. 12.

Graham K., (1984) “Native Perspectives on Mineral Development,” presented to the National Conference on Native participation in Mineral Development Activities,” Kingston, Ontario, March 27-29,. Published in Native Participation in Mineral Development Activities (Kingston: Centre for Resource Studies, Queen’s University, 1984), Pp. 8.

Graham K., (1983) “Corporatism, Elite Accommodation and Pluralism: Approaches to Public Participation and Private Accountability in Northern Development,” presented to the Atlantic Provinces Political Science Association, Saint John, October 1982. Published in Papers of Eighth Annual APPSA/APPEA Conference (Saint John: University of New Brunswick,), Pp. 14.

Graham K., (1983) “Public Administration and Municipal Government,” with T.J. Plunkett, Canadian Public Administration, Silver Anniversary Issue, Winter. Pp. 16.

Abele, F. and E.J. Dosman (1981) Interdepartmental Coordination and Northern Development, Canadian Public Administration 24(3), 428-451.

Abele, F. and E.J. Dosman (1981) Offshore Diplomacy in the Canadian Arctic: The Beaufort Sea and Lancaster Sound, Journal of Canadian Studies, 16(3), 3-15.

Graham K., (1979) “Intergovernmental Relations and Urban Growth: A Canadian View,” with L.D. Feldman, in Local Government Studies, January. Reprinted in Feldman, 1981. Pp. 17.