Publications

Books

   

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

  • Clarke, A. Craft, J. (2017). The Vestiges and Vanguards of Policy Design in a Digital Context .  Canadian Journal of Public Administration 60(4): 476–497.
  • Marando, D., Craft, J. (2017). Disruptions & Dilemmas in Advising Ministers & Legislators in the Digital Governance Era.  Canadian Journal of Public Administration. 60 (4) 498–516.
  • Craft, J., Daku, M. A. (2017). “Comparative Assessment of Elite Policy Recruits in Canada”. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 19(3): 207-226.
  • Craft, J., Halligan, J. (2017).  “Assessing 30 Years of Westminster Policy Advisory System Experience”.  Policy Sciences, 50(1): 47-62.
  • Craft, J. (2017). Partisan Advisers and Political Policy Failure Avoidance. Public Administration, 95(2): 327–341.
  • Craft, J., Wilder, M. (2017). “Catching a Second Wave: Context and Compatibility in Advisory System Dynamics”.  Policy Studies Journal. 45(1): 215-239.
  • Craft, Jonathan. (2015).  “Conceptualizing Partisan Advisers as Policy Workers”. Policy Sciences Journal, 48(2), 135-158.
  • Craft, Jonathan. (2015).  “Revisiting the Gospel: Appointed Political Staffs and Core Executive Policy Coordination”.  International Journal of Public Administration, 38(1): 56-65.
  • Craft, Jonathan. (2013). “Appointed Political Staffs and the Diversification of Policy Advisory Sources: Theory and Evidence from Canada”.  Policy and Society, 32(3): 211–223.
  • Craft, Jonathan and Michael Howlett. (2013). “The Dual Dynamics of Policy Advisory Systems: The Impact of Externalization and Politicization on Policy Advice”.  Policy and Society, 32(3): 187–197.
    •  (Reprinted in Howlett and Mukherjee, Handbook of Policy Formulation. Edward Elgar, forthcoming).
  • Craft, Jonathan and Michael Howlett (2013). “Policy Capacity and the Ability to Adapt to Climate Change: Canadian and U.S. Case Studies”.  Review of Policy Research, 30(1), 1-18.
  • Craft, J., Howlett M., Crawford, M., McNutt, K.  (2013).  “Assessing Policy Capacity for Climate Change Adaptation: Governance Arrangements, Resource Deployments, and Analytical Skills in Canadian Infrastructure Policy-Making”.  Review of Policy Research, 30(1), 42-65.
  • Craft, Jonathan and Michael Howlett (2012). “Policy Formulation, Governance Shifts and Policy Influence: Location and Content in Policy Advisory Systems”. Journal of Public Policy, (32)2, 79-98.
    •  (Reprinted in Howlett and Mukherjee, Handbook of Policy Formulation. Edward Elgar, forthcoming).
  • Craft, Jonathan and Michael Howlett. (2012). “Policy Analytical Capacity and Climate Change Capability: Theory and Concepts”, Canadian Political Science Review, 6 (1), 3-14.
  • Craft, Jonathan; Howlett, Michael and Mark Crawford. (2012). “Policy Analytical Capacity and Climate Change Capability: The Infrastructure Canada Case”, Canadian Political Science Review, 6 (1), 51-63.
  • Craft, Jonathan. (2012). “Towards a Map of Nodality Tools Use by Canadian Electoral Agencies”. Revue Governance, 8(1).
  • Howlett, Michael, Craft, Jonathan and Lidsay Zibrik. (2009) “Government communication and democratic governance: Electoral and policy related information campaigns in Canada”, Policy and Society 29(1), 13–22.

Book Chapters

  • Craft, J. (2017). Out from the Shadows: Political Appointees and Public Administration in Canada.  Christopher Dunn (eds) the Handbook of Canadian Public Administration. 3rd edition.
  • Craft, J., , Wilson, R.P. (2017). Policy Analysis in the Central Executive, in Policy Analysis in Canada, Howlett and Dobuzinskis (eds.), Bristol: Policy Press UK.
  • Craft, J. Howlett, M. (2017).  Policy Advice and Policy Advisory Systems in Formulation, pp. 217-233 in Howlett and Mukherjee (eds.) Handbook of Policy Formulation. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Craft, J. Howlett, M. (2017).  Trends Towards the Externalization and Politicization of Policy Advice in Policy Formulation, pp.491-503 in Howlett and Mukherjee (eds.) Handbook of Policy Formulation. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Craft, J. (2017). Governing on the Front Foot: The Permanent Campaign and Canada’s Evolving ‘Bargain(s)’, in The Permanent Campaign in Canada. Marland, T. Giasson, and Anna Esselment (eds). Vancouver: UBC Press, p.28-46.
  • Howlett, M. Craft, J. Wellstead, A. (2017). Policy Work in Canada: An Introduction and Overview. In “Policy Work in Canada: Professional Practices and Analytical Capacities”. Eds. M. Howlett, A. Wellstead, J. Craft.  University of Toronto Press.  (Forthcoming).
  • Craft, J., Hardy, S. (2017). Targeted Supply-Side Policy Capacity Dynamics: High Caliber Policy Worker Recruitment in Canada. In “Policy Work in Canada: Professional Practices and Analytical Capacities”. Eds. M. Howlett, A. Wellstead, J. Craft.  University of Toronto Press.  (Forthcoming).
  • Craft, J. (2017). Policy Work and the Political Arm of Government: Appointed Political Staffs in Canada. In “Policy Work in Canada: Professional Practices and Analytical Capacities”. Eds. M. Howlett, A. Wellstead, J. Craft.  University of Toronto Press.  (Forthcoming).
  • Wellstead, A., Craft, J. Howlett, M. (2017). Policy Work Systems and Contexts: Implications for Scholarship. In “Policy Work in Canada: Professional Practices and Analytical Capacities”. Eds. M. Howlett, A. Wellstead, J. Craft.  University of Toronto Press.  (Forthcoming).
  • Craft, Jonathan. (2014).  Policy Advice and New Political Governance: Revisiting the Orthodox, pp.41-59 in Roberge & Conteh (eds.). Canadian Public Administration in the 21st Century. Boca Raton: CRC Press.
  • Howlett, Michael and Jonathan Craft. (2013). “Policy Advisory Systems and Evidence-Based Policy”, pp. 27-44 in S. Young (eds.), The Evolution of Evidence Based Policy Making in Canada. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
  • Craft, Jonathan.  (2010). “Do Politicians Control Government?”, pp.54-64 in Approaching Public Administration: Core Debates and Emerging Issues, Roberto Leone and Frank Ohemeng (eds). Emond Montgomery Publications.
  • Howlett, Michael, Jonathan Craft and Lindsay Zibrik.  (2010). “Government Communication and Their Policy Impact: Lessons from Two Canadian Case Studies” in, Democracy, Communication & Media: Recent Experiences from Mexico and Canada. (Mexico DF: UNESCO, 2010) Manuel Alejandro Guerrero Martínez (Eds.).

Reports and Non-Peer Reviewed Publications

  • Public Servants, Political Activity, and “Harperman”.  (2015).  In  A. Marland and . Giasson Canadian Election Analysis 2015: Communication, Strategy, and Democracy, pp.58-60.  Vancouver.  University of British Columbia Press
  • Howlett, M. and J. Craft, 2013. Application of Federal Legislation to Alberta’s Mineable Oil Sands. Oil Sands Research and Information Network, University of Alberta, School of Energy and the Environment, Edmonton, Alberta. OSRIN Report No. TR-33. 94 pp.
  • Craft, Jonathan. (2013). “The Promise and Paraoxes of Open Government in Canada”, pp. 209-222 in B. Doern & C. Stoney (eds.) How Ottawa spends, 2013-14.