- MESc, McGill University
- M.A., Princeton University
- Ph.D., Princeton University
Research interests: Canadian public policy, Canadian federalism, comparative federalism and multilevel governance, theories of comparative politics, and studies of the international state of the discipline of political science. Publications include: The World of Political Science: A Critical Overview of the Development of Political Studies around the Globe (2012) (co-editor and contributor), Regime and Discipline: Democracy and the Development of Political Science (1995) (co-editor and contributor) and Canadian Constitutional Renewal, 1968-1982: A Case Study in Integrative Bargaining (1990). And articles in, Canadian Journal of Political Science, Canadian Public Policy, Publius and Policy Options. Currently co-editor of The World of Political Science: The Development of the Discipline, a book series administered by IPSA Research Committee 33, and published by Barbara Budrich Publishers (Germany).
- Canadian Public Policy
- Canadian and Comparative Federalism
- Theories of Comparative Politics
- Studies of the International State of the Discipline of Political Science