Vol 50 No 3 (2020): 50(3)
Special Issue: Fed. Gov., Public Policy & Canadian Higher Education in the 2020s

L’influence perçue des instruments d’action publique fédéraux et provinciaux sur la production de recherche universitaire au Canada

Olivier Bégin-Caouette
Laboratoire interdisciplinaire de recherche sur l'enseignement supérieur (LIRES), Université de Montréal
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Silvia Mirlene Nakano Koga
Université de Montréal
Grace Karram Stephenson
University of Toronto
Published December 14, 2020
Keywords
  • academic research production,
  • public action instruments,
  • provincial level,
  • federal level,
  • federalism,
  • British Columbia,
  • Ontario,
  • Quebec
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Abstract

This article compares how faculty members from British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec perceive the influence of federal and provincial policy instruments on the level of academic research production in their province. Mean scores, and a MANOVAfollowed by Dunnett C post-hoc tests based on a questionnaire completed by 786 participants reveal that professors perceived federal instruments as being more influential than provincial instruments, but also that there is a significant difference in the average score given by Quebec professors to provincial instruments, when compared to their counterparts in the other
provinces.

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