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Shields, John M(ackie)

SHIELDS, John M(ackie)

SHIELDS, John M(ackie). Canadian, b. 1954. Genres: Economics, Politics/ Government. Career: University of Windsor, ON, research officer for Canadian National Election Study, 1981; University of British Columbia, Vancouver, labor archival researcher, 1982; University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, lecturer in politics, 1985-87; Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, professor of politics, 1988-, research professor, 1994; Joint Center of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Settlement, Toronto, associate director, 2002-05. Publications: (with McBride) Dismantling a Nation: Canada and the New World Order, 1993, 2nd ed., 1997; (with B.M.Evans) Shrinking the State: Globalization and Public Administration "Reform", 1998. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: (with S. McBride and L. Haiven) Regulating Labour: The State, Neo-Conservatism, and Industrial Relations, 1991; (with M. Burke and C. Mooers) Critical Perspectives on Canadian Public Policy: Neoliberalism, Restructuring and Resistance, 2000. Contributor to books and academic journals. Address: Department of Politics, Ryerson University, 350 Victoria St, Toronto, ON, Canada M5B 2K3. Online address: [email protected]

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