Michael Rosenblatt, B.A. (Wilfrid Laurier), M.A. (McMaster), Ph.D. (Carleton), completed his dissertation “Innovation in Three Government Labs: Individual and Institutional Factors” under the supervision of Professor Bruce Doern in 2004. He joined the School of Public Policy and Administration as a Sessional Instructor in 2004, and was appointed as an Adjunct Professor in 2006. Michael was honoured to receive a Faculty of Public Affairs Teaching Award in 2009.
He currently teaches Public Sector Management, Organization Theory, and Qualitative Research. Michael has two publications: “Movers and stayers: mobility patterns among bureaucratic elites in Canadian provinces” in Canadian Public Administration, Summer 2000, and “Canadian and UK Innovation Policies: A comparative analysis” with Jeffrey Kinder in Innovation, Science and Environment, 2006.