Hebb T. (forthcoming) Building the Market for Impact, in Routledge Companion to Philanthropy, Harrow, J., Jung, T., Phillips, S., eds., Routledge Press, London.

Jackson, E. and M. Tarsilla (forthcoming) “Mixed  Methods in Social Accounting: Evaluating the  Micro-Loan Program of Alterna Savings Credit Union.” In L. Mook (ed). Social Accounting for Social Economy Organizations. University of Toronto Press, Toronto.

Sengupta, R, Hebb,T.and Mustafa, H. (forthcoming) “Sengupta, R., Hebb. T., Mustafa, H_ Chapter Abstract” in Designing a Sustainable Financial System: Development Goals and Socio-Ecological Responsibility; Walker, Kibsey, and Crichton eds. McMillian Palgrave

Phillips, S. (in press) “Restructuring Civil Society in Canada, Muting the Politics of Redistribution,” in K. Banting and J. Myles, eds. The Fading of Redistributive Politics: Policy Change and Policy Drift in Canada.  UBC Press, Vancouver.

Phillips, S. (in press) “Corporate Governance and Nonprofits: Facing up to Hybridisation and Homogenisation,” inM. Wright, D. Siegel, K. Keasey and I. Filatotchev, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Corporate Governance. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Phillips, S and C. Howard (in press). “Moving Away from Hierarchy: Do Horizontality, Partnerships and Distributed Governance Really Signify the End of Accountability?” in H. Bakvis and M. Jarvis, eds., From New Public Management’ to ‘New Political Governance:’  Essays in Honour of Peter C. Aucoin. McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and   Kingston.

Abele, F. (2015). “State Institutions and the Social Economy in Northern Canada” in Chris Southcott, ed. Northern Communities Working Together: The Social Economy of Canada’s North. University of Toronto Press.

Hebb T., Hachigian H., and Allen R.(2015) “Impact of Corporate Engagement in Canada”, in Hebb, T., Hoepner A., Beimish N., Hawley J. and Woods D. eds. Routledge Handbook of Responsible Investment, Routledge, London.

Abele, F. (2014)”The Immediate and Lasting Impact of the Inquiry into the Construction of a Mackenzie Valley Pipeline” in Greg Inwood and Carolyn Johns, eds. Canadian Public Inquiries. University of Toronto Press.

Hebb T., Louche C. (2014) The Future of Socially Responsible Investing Louche, C. and Hebb T. eds., Socially Responsible Investing in the 21st Century: Does it Make a Difference for Society, Emerald Press.

Abele, F. (2013) “Intergovernmentalism and the Well-Being of First Nations” in Ghislain Otis and Martin Papillon, eds. The Relational Dimension of Indigenous Governance and Federalism: Theories and Practices. Laval University Press.

Abele, F. (2013) “Promises to Keep: Federal Spending on Transportation and Communication Infrastructure in the Territorial North” (with Sheena Kennedy Dalseg and Joshua Gladstone) in G. Bruce Doern and Chris Stoney, eds. How Ottawa Spends 2013-14: Mid-Term Blues and Long Term Plans. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2013.

Hebb T and Zanglein J. (2013) Economically Targeted Investing, In Handbook Of Institutional Investment And Fiduciary Duty, Hawley J, Hoepner A., Johnson K., et al eds., Cambridge University Press p. 112-127.

Abele, F., R. LaPointe, D. Leech, and M. McCrossan (2012) “Four Ways to See It: Aboriginal People and Public Policy in Selected Ontario Cities” in Evelyn Peters, ed. Fields of Governance #5:  Urban Aboriginal Policy Making in Canadian Municipalities. McGill Queen’s University Press, Montreal and Kingston.

Abele, F and K. Graham (2012) “Federal Urban Aboriginal Policy: The Challenge of Viewing the  Stars in the Urban Night Sky” in Evelyn Peters, ed. Fields of Governance #5:  Urban Aboriginal Policy Making in Canadian Municipalities. McGill Queen’s University Press, Montreal and Kingston.

Hebb T., Hachigian H., and Allen R. (2012) “Impact of Corporate Engagement in Canada”, in The Next Generation of Responsible Investing, Hebb T. ed., Springer Publishing, Netherlands.

Hebb T., Madill J., and Brouard F. (2012) Exploring Social Transformation, Financial Self  Sufficiency and Innovation in Canadian Social Enterprises in Businesses with a  Difference: Balancing the Social and Economic, L. Mook, J. Quarter and S. Ryan eds., University of Toronto Press, Toronto.

Phillips, S. (2012) “The New Citizenship and Governance:  Alternative Intersections,” in D. Levi Faur, ed., The Oxford Handbook of Governance.  Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Abele, F. (2011) “Use it or Lose it? The Conservatives’ Northern Strategy” in C. Stoney and B. Doern, Eds. How Ottawa Spends 2011-12: Cutting Fat or Slicing Pork? McGill- Queen’s University Press, Montreal and Kingston.

Falvo, N. (2011) “Who Pays, When and How? Government-Assisted Housing in the Northwest Territories and the Role of the Federal Government.” In C. Stoney and B. Doern, Eds.  How Ottawa Spends 2011-12: Cutting Fat or Slicing Pork? . McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal and Kingston.

Jackson, E. (2011) “Afterword.” In P.V. Hall and I. MacPherson (eds). Community-University Research Partnerships: Reflections on the Canadian Social Economy Experience. University of Victoria, Victoria.

Phillips, S and S. Rathgeb Smith (2011) “Between Governance and Regulation: Evolving   Government-Third Sector Relationships,” in S. D. Phillips and S. Rathgeb Smith, eds.,  Governance and Regulation in the Third Sector: International Perspectives. Routledge, London.

Phillips, S. (2011) “Incrementalism at its Best, and Worst: Regulatory Reform and Relational Governance in Canada,”in S. D. Phillips and S. Rathgeb Smith, eds. Governance and Regulation in the Third Sector:  International Perspectives. Routledge, London.

Abele, F. and S. Delic, (2010) “Aboriginal Workers and the Recession”  in G. Bruce Doern and Chris Stoney, eds., How Ottawa Spends 2009-2010. Toronto, Oxford University Press.

Abele, F., (2009) “Northern Development: Past, Present and Future” in Frances Abele, Tom Courchene, France St-Hilaire and Leslie Seidle, eds., Northern Exposure: Powers, Peoples and Projects. Montreal, Institute for Research on Public Policy.

Abele, F., T. Courchene, F. St-Hilaire, and L. Seidle, (2009) “Introduction and Overview” in Frances Abele, Tom Courchene, France St-Hilaire and Leslie Seidle, eds., Northern Exposure: Powers, Peoples and Projects. Montreal, Institute for Research on Public Policy.

Abele, F., T. Courchene, F. St-Hilaire, and L. Seidle, (2009) “The New Northern Policy Universe” in Frances Abele, Tom Courchene, France St-Hilaire and Leslie Seidle, eds., Northern Exposure: Powers, Peoples and Projects. Montreal, Institute for Research on Public Policy.

Hagerman L., Hebb T.  (2009) “Balancing Risk and Return in Urban Investing” Managing Financial Risks: From Global to Local, Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Abele, Frances and Thierry Rodon, (2008) “Coming in from the Cold: Inuit Diplomacy and Global Citizenship” in J. Marshall Beier, ed. Indigenous Diplomacy Palgrave, forthcoming.

Abele, Frances and Michael J. Prince, (2008) “A Little Imagination Required: How Canada Funds Territorial and Northern Aboriginal Governments” in Allan Maslove, ed. How Ottawa Spends 2008-09. Oxford University Press.

Abele, Frances and Michael J. Prince, (2008) “The Future of Fiscal Federalism: Funding Regimes for Aboriginal Self-Government” in Yale Belanger, Aboriginal Self-Government in Canada. Saskatoon: Purich Publishers.

Hebb T., Beeferman L., (2008) “US Pension Funds’ Labour-Friendly Investments”, in The “Social” in Social Security: Market, State and Associations in Retirement Provision, Mark Hyde and John Dixon eds., Edwin Mellen Press, Lampeter, UK.

Jackson, E.T. (2008).  “How Ottawa Doesn’t Spend: The Rapid Appearance and Disappearance – and Possible Reappearance – of the Federal Social Economy Initiative.” In A. Maslove (ed).  How Ottawa Spends.  Montreal/Kingston: McGill-Queen’s Press, forthcoming. 35p. (Sole Author).

Jackson, E.T. (2008). “Knowledge Collisions: Perspectives from CED Practitioners Working with Women” (with M. Stratton).  In K. Church, N. Bascia and E. Shragge (eds).  Learning Through Community: Exploring Participatory Practices. London: Springer Press, 117-142.  (Second Co-Author).  (Chapter and book supported by SSHRC project entitled Network on Adult Lifelong Learning, managed by OISE/University of Toronto).

Jackson, E.T. (2008). “Steering on Black Ice: The Continuing Search for Sustainable Livelihoods in the Ottawa Tech Sector” (with R. Khan).  In N. Novakowski and R. Tremblay (eds).  Perspectives on Ottawa’s High-Tech sector.  Brussels: Peter Lang, 119-143. (Lead Co-Author).

Manley, K, Hebb T., and Jackson E.T. (2008) Economically Targeted Investing: Financial and Collateral Impacts in Pensions at Work: Socially Responsible Investment of Union-Based Pension Funds, J. Quarter, I. Carmichael and S. Ryan eds., University of Toronto Press, Toronto.

Steiger A., Hebb T., and Hagerman L.(2008) The Case for the Community Partner in Economic Development. In, Fabiani, D. and Buss, T. (eds.) Reengineering Community Development for the 21st Century.M.E. Sharpe, Armonk, NY.

Abele, F. and Madill, J. (2007) “The Evolution of the March 21 Anti-Racism Social Marketing Program: A Case” in G. Hastings, ed., Social Marketing. London, Elsevier.

Abele, F. (2007) “Beyond the Blue Horizon: Northern Development Policy in the Mulroney Years” in Raymond Blake, ed. Examining the Legacy: The Era of Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Clark G.L. and Hebb T. (2007) Pension Fund Corporate Engagement: The Fifth Stage of Capitalism In Fundamentals of Corporate Governance VOLUME 4 Stakeholders and Sustainability, Thomas Clarke and Marie dela Rama eds., Sage Publishing, London UK.

Clark, G.L., T. Hebb and D. Wójcik (2007) Institutional investors and the language of finance: the global metrics of market performance. Chapter 2 in, J. Godfrey and K. Chalmers (eds.) Globalisation of Accounting Standards. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. pp. 15-33.

Graham K., (2007) “Another Fine Balance: Managing Diversity in Canadian Cities,” with Susan D. Phillips. In Leslie Siedle, Keith Banting and Thomas Courchene (eds) Diversity and Canada’s Future: Recognition, Accommodation and Shared Citizenship (Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy). Pp.40.

Hebb T. (2007) The Economic Inefficiency of Secrecy: Pension Fund Investors’ Corporate Transparency Concerns in Fundamentals of Corporate Governance VOLUME 4 Stakeholders and Sustainability, Thomas Clarke and Marie dela Rama eds., Sage Publishing, London UK.

Abele, F. (2006) “Indigenous People in the Cities of Northern Canada: The Importance of the Rural Economic Base” in Peter Solomon, ed., New Actors in Northern Federations: Cities, Mergers, and Aboriginal Governance in Russia and Canada. Toronto, Centre for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, University of Toronto.

Abele, F. (2006) “Between Respect and Control: Traditional Indigenous Knowledge in Canadian Public Policy” in M. Orsini and M. Smith, eds., Critical Policy Studies: Contemporary Canadian Approaches. Vancouver, UBC Press.

Abele, F. and M.J. Prince (2006) “Constructing Political Spaces for Aboriginal Communities in Canada” in I. Peach, ed., Constructing Tomorrow’s Federalism: New Routes to Effective Governance. Winnipeg, University of Manitoba Press.

Abele, F. (2005) “Belonging in the New World: Imperialism, Property and Citizenship” in G. Kernerman and P. Resnick, eds., Insiders and Outsiders: Essays In Honour of Alan C. Cairns. Vancouver, University of British Columbia Press.

Abele, F. (2005) “The Smartest Steward? Indigenous People and Petroleum-Based Economic Development in Canada’s North” in G.B. Doern, ed., Canadian Energy Policy and the Struggle for Sustainable Development. Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

Abele, F., R. LaPointe, and M.J. Prince (2005) “Symbolism, Surfacing, Succession and Substance: Martin’s Aboriginal Policy Style” in B. Doern, ed., How Ottawa Spends 2005-06 Montreal and Kingston, McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Graham K., (2005) “Municipal Reforms in the Northern Territories: Now for Something Different.” in Joseph Garcea and Edd Lesage Jr. (eds.) Municipal Reforms in Canada: Municipal Governance for the 21st Century (Toronto: Oxford University Press,)

Prince, M.J. and F. Abele  (2005) “Paying for Self-Determination: Aboriginal Peoples, Self-Government and Fiscal Relations in Canada.” in Michael Murphy, ed., Reconfiguring Aboriginal-State Relations, Canada: The State of the Federation 2003. Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University.

Hebb T. (2004) Secrets, Lies and Economic Inefficiency, in Financial Services and Public Policy, Christopher Waddell, Ed., Conference Proceedings, Schulich School of Business, April 22-24 2004.

Abele, F. and M.J. Prince (2003) “Aboriginal Governance and Canadian Federalism: A To-Do List for Canada” in F. Rocher and M. Smith, eds., New Trends in Canadian Federalism. 2nd ed. Peterborough, Broadview Press.

Abele, F. and M.J. Prince (2002) “Alternative Futures: Aboriginal Peoples and Canadian Federalism” in H. Bakvis and G. Skogstad, eds., Canadian Federalism in the Millennium: Performance, Effectiveness and Legitimacy, Toronto, Oxford University Press.

Graham K., (2002) “Introduction: Urban Affairs in Canada: Changing Roles and Changing Perspectives,” with Caroline Andrew and Susan D. Phillips, in Caroline Andrew, Katherine A. Graham and Susan D. Phillips (eds.) Urban Affairs: Back on the Policy Agenda. (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, ). Pp.17. (Equal co-author).

Hebb, T. (2001) Introduction,Working Capital: The Power of Labor’s Pensions (ILR Press Cornell University Press, Ithaca.

Abele, F. and M.J. Prince (2000) “Funding Aboriginal Government in Canada: Recent Developments” in H. Lazar, ed., Canada: The State of the Federation 1999-2000: Toward a New Mission Statement for Canadian Fiscal Federalism. McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Graham K., (2000) “Hand in Hand: When Accountability Meets Collaboration in the Voluntary Sector” with Susan D. Phillips in Keith Banting (ed.) The Non-Profit Sector in Canada: Roles and Relationships (Kingston: School of Policy Studies – Queen’s University,) Pp. 41. (Second Author)

Graham K., (2000) “Lessons from the Policy Discourse on Aboriginal Education”, with Frances Abele and Carolyn Dittburner. In Marlene Brant Castellano, Lynne Davis and Louise Lahache (eds.) Aboriginal Education: Fulfilling the Promise. (Vancouver: UBC Press, )Pp.22. (Equal Co-Author)

Abele, F. (1999) “The Importance of Consent: Indigenous Peoples’ Politics in Canada” in J. Bickerton and A. Gagnon, eds., Canadian Politics, 3rd. ed. Peterborough, Broadview Press.

Graham K., (1999) “Negotiating Canada: Changes in Aboriginal Policy Over the Last Thirty Years” with Frances Abele and Allan M. Maslove in Leslie Pal (ed.) How Ottawa Spends 1999-2000 (Toronto: Oxford University Press,) Pp. 42. (Equal Co-author).

Graham K., (1999) “Urban Aboriginal Governance in Canada: Paradigm and Prospects” in John Hylton (ed.) Aboriginal Self-government in Canada. (Edmonton: Purich, ) Pp. 15.

Graham K., (1998) “Emerging Solitudes: The New Era in Provincial-Municipal Relations” with Susan D. Phillips, in Martin W. Westmacott and Hugh P. Mellon (eds.) Public Administration and Policy: Governing in Challenging Times (Scarborough: Prentice Hall Allyn and Bacon,) Pp. 15. (Equal Co-Author)

Graham K., (1998) “From Public Participation to Citizens Engagement,” with Susan D. Phillips in Katherine A. Graham and Susan D. Phillips (eds.) Citizens Engagement: Lessons in participation From Local Government (Toronto: Institute of Public Administration of Canada and Intergovernmental Committee on Urban and Regional Research, ) Pp. 30. (Equal Co-author)

Graham K., (1998) “Making Public Participation More Effective: Issues for Local Government,” with Susan D. Phillips in Katherine A. Graham and Susan D. Phillips (eds.) Citizens Engagement: Lessons in Participation from local Government (Toronto: Institute of Public Administration Of Canada and Intergovernmental Committee on Urban and Regional Research,) Pp. 30. (Equal Co-author)

Abele, F. (1996) “Understanding What Happened Here:  The Political Economy of Indigenous Peoples” in W. Clement, ed., Understanding Canada:  Building on the New Political Economy.  Kingston and Montreal, McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Abele, F. (1995) “Various Matters of Nationhood: Aboriginal Peoples and Canada Outside Quebec” in K. McRoberts, ed., Beyond Quebec:  Taking Stock of Canada. Kingston and Montreal, McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Graham K., (1995) “Collective Bargaining in the Municipal Sector” in Gene Swimmer and Mark Thompson (eds.), Public Sector Collective Bargaining in Canada: Beginning of the End or End of the Beginning (Kingston: IRC Press,).

Abele, F. (1993) “Wrestling with History: Prospects for Peace in Aboriginal-Canada Relations”  in J. Haar and E.J. Dosman, eds., A Dynamic Partnership:  Canada’s Changing Role in the Hemisphere. Miami, University of Miami North-South Centre.

Graham K., (1993)”Local Special Purpose Bodies: A Taxonomy and Preliminary Evaluation,” in David Siegel and Dale Richmond (eds.), Local Special Purpose Bodies in Canada (Toronto: Institute of Public Administration of Canada,).

Abele, F. (1992) “The Politics of Competitiveness” in F. Abele, ed.,  How Ottawa Spends 1991-92:  The Politics of Competitiveness. Ottawa, Carleton University Press.

“Capital Planning/Capital Budgeting: The Future of Canada’s Capital,” in Frances Abele (ed.) How Ottawa Spends 1992/93 (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1992).

Abele, F. (1991) “The Politics of Fragmentation” in Frances Abele, ed., How Ottawa Spends 1990-91:  The Politics of Fragmentation. Ottawa, Carleton University Press.

Abele, F. (1990) “Who Benefits? The Transfer of Responsibility for Fire Control and Forest Management from the Federal to the Territorial Governments” in G. Dacks, ed., Devolution and Constitutional Development in the Canadian North. Ottawa, Carleton University Press.

Abele, F. (1990)”The Democratic Potential in Administrative Expansion” in G. Dacks, ed., Devolution and Constitutional Development in the Canadian North. Ottawa, Carleton University Press.

Graham K., (1990) “Devolution and Local Government,” in Gurston Dacks (ed.), Devolution and Constitutional Development in the Canadian North (Ottawa: Carleton University Press,), Pp. 30.

Graham K., (1990) “Implementing Devolution,” in Gurston Dacks (ed.), Devolution and Constitutional Development in the Canadian North (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, ), Pp. 28.

Graham K., (1990) “Once More With Feeling?” in Katherine A. Graham (ed.) How Ottawa Spends 1990/91 (Ottawa, Carleton University Press, ).

Abele, F. (1989) “Confronting ‘Harsh and Inescapable Facts”: Indigenous Peoples and the Militarization of the Circumpolar Region”, in E.J. Dosman, ed., Sovereignty and Security in the Arctic. New York, Routledge.

Abele, F. and K. Graham (1989) “High Politics is Not Enough: Services for Aboriginal Peoples in Alberta and Ontario” in D. Hawkes, ed., Defining the Responsibilities: Federal and Provincial Governments and Aboriginal Peoples. Ottawa, Carleton University Press.

Abele, F. and D. Stasiulis (1989) “Canada as a ‘White Settler Colony’: What About Natives and Immigrants?” in W. Clement and G. Williams, eds., The New Political Economy, McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Graham K., (1989) “Discretion and the Governance of Canada: The Buck Stops Where?” in Katherine A. Graham (ed.), How Ottawa Spends 1989-90 (Ottawa, Carleton University Press, ), Pp. 24.

Graham K., (1989) “High Politics Is Not Enough: Policies and Programs for Aboriginal Peoples in Alberta and Ontario,” with Frances Abele in David Hawkes (ed.), Defining the Responsibilities: Federal and Provincial Governments and Aboriginal Peoples (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, ), Pp. 32. (Equal Co-Author)

Graham K., (1988)”Heading Into the Stretch: Pathology of a Government,” in Katherine A. Graham (ed.), How Ottawa Spends 1988-89, (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, ), Pp. 22.

Graham K., (1988) “Plus Que Ça Change…Northern and Native Policy,” with Frances Abele in Katherine A. Graham (ed.), How Ottawa Spends 1988-89, (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, ) Pp. 25. (Equal Co-Author)

Graham K., (1987) “Indian Policy Under the Tories: Cleaning Up After the Buffalo Jump,” in Michael J. Prince (ed.) How Ottawa Spends 1987-88 (Toronto: Methuen, ) Pp. 30.

Abele, F. (1986) “Conservative Northern Development Policy: A New Broom in an Old Bottleneck”, in M.J. Prince, ed., Tracking the Tories: How Ottawa Spends 1986-1987, Methuen.

Abele, F. (1985) “Dene-Government Relations: The Development of a New Political Minority” in N. Nevitte and A.J. Kornberg, eds., Minorities and the Canadian State, Mosaic Press.

Graham K., (1981) “Local Government Reform in Canada,” with L.D. Feldman, in Gunlicks, Arthur B., Local Government Reform and Reorganization: An International Perspective, Kennikat Press, . Pp. 30. (Equal Co-Author)

Graham K., (1981) Organizational Change in Urban Local Governments: A Perspective, Occasional Paper No. 1, Institute of Local Government, Queen’s University at Kingston. Reprinted in Lionel D. Feldman (ed.), Politics and Government of Urban Canada, 4th ed., Methuen, Agincourt, , Pp. 25.