Interested primarily in structures and processes of Canadian government, particularly at the provincial and territorial level. Current research focuses on the comparative study of Canadian cabinets and on the political institutions of Nunavut, the Yukon, and the Northwest Territories. Most recent book is Made in Nunavut: An Experiment in Decentralized Government (with Jack Hicks). Other books include Cabinets and First Ministers: Cycling into Saigon: The Conservative Transition in Ontario (with David Cameron); Northern Governments in Transition; The Ontario Legislature: A Political Analysis; Provincial and Territorial Legislatures in Canada (co-editor). Professor White is a former President of the Canadian Political Science Association and served for five years as English Co-editor of the Canadian Journal of Political Science.
- Structures and Processes of Canadian Government, Particularly at the Provincial and Territorial Level
- Canadian Cabinets
- Political Institutions of Nunavut, the Yukon, and the Northwest Territories
- Professor Graham White wins the Pierre De Celles / IPAC Award for Excellence in Teaching Public Administration