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H.T Wilson:  Curriculum Vitae [doc] [pdf]



  • Professor Emeritus, Social and Political Thought, York University
  • Professor Emeritus, Public Policy, Administration and Law, York University
  • Masters Program in Public Policy, Administration and Law (MPPAL)
  • Office: 234 McLaughlin College, York University
  • Address: 4700 Keele Street, North York, Ontario M3J 1P3
  • Phones: Work (416) 736-5128; (416) 736-2100 x 77896
  • Fax: (416) 736-5436; E-mail: htwilson@osgoode.yorku.ca



  • Faculty of the Schulich School of Business (OBIR and Policy Areas, 1967-1996)
  • Faculty of the Schulich School of Business (Public Admin. Program, 1967-1996)
  • Public Administration Program (Public Policy and Public Law Areas), 1996-2016)
  • Faculty of Law/Osgoode Hall (Public Law and Administrative Law), (1968-2012)
  • Faculty of Graduate Studies (Social and Political Thought), (1973-
  • Faculty of Arts, Department of Political Science (Program Evaluation, Policy Analysis and Systems of Justice courses), (1996-2012)
  • Faculty of Graduate Studies, MPPAL Program, (1996-2017)



  • A.B. Honors, Government, Tufts University, 1962
  • M.A., Political Science and Constitutional law, Rutgers University, 1964
  • Ph.D. Political Science and Constitutional Law, Rutgers University, 1968



  • R.A., Constitutional Law, Rutgers University, 1962-63
  • T.A., American Politics, Rutgers University, 1963-65
  • Instructor, American Politics, Rutgers University, 1965-66
  • Lecturer, Public Administration), Rutgers University, 1966-67
  • Assistant. Professor, Admin Studies/Social Science, York University, 1967-69
  • Assistant Professor, Admin Studies and Law, York University, 1969-71
  • Associate Professor, Admin Studies and Law, York University, 1971-76
  • Professor, Admin Studies and Law, York University, 1976 – 1996
  • Professor, Social and Political Thought Program, York University, 1976-
  • Professor, Public Administration Program and Law, York University, 1996-
  • Professor, Program Evaluation and Policy Analysis, Arts, York University, 1997-2006
  • Professor, Political Science Graduate Program, York University, 1999-2012
  • Professor, Program Evaluation and Policy Analysis, York University, MPPAL Program, 2008-2012
  • Professor, Advanced Policy Analysis, York University, PPA Program, 2012-14
  • Professor, Policy Topics Research Workshop, York University, MPPAL Program, 2014-17
  • Professor, Leadership and Human Resources Management, York University, MPPAL Program, 2015-17


  • Faculty of International Relations, International University of Japan, 1988-1992
  • Departments of Sociology and Business, Umea University, Sweden, 1990-1995
  • Department of Communication, Lund University, Helsingborg, Sweden,Organizer and Contributor, Conference on the Sciences and Humanities, 2002-2011
  • Foundation for International Training, Anhui Civil Service, China, Toronto, 2005 York International, Conference Presentations, Nigerian Senior Judiciary, 2006



  • Departments of Sociology & Philosophy, University College, Cork, Ireland, 1973-1974 (Sabbatical)
  • Management Centre, University of Bradford, U.K., 1979-1980 (external examiner/sabbatical)
  • Department of Government, State University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, Fall 1987 (leave)
  • Faculty of International Relations, International University of Japan, Winter 1988 (sabbatical)
  • Faculty of International Relations, International University of Japan, Fall 1990 (leave)
  • Departments of Sociology and Business, Umea University, Umea, Sweden, Fall 1992 (leave)
  • Department of Government, State University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1994-1995 (sabbatical)
  • Departments of Social Work, Sociology and Political Science, Umeä University, Umeä, Sweden, Fall 1995 (leave)



  • Critical Theory and Marxian Thought: Dialectics a Procedure not a Method
  • History of Social, Economic and Political Thought: Marx and the Ancients
  • Theory of Institutions and Legitimacy: Capitalism after Postmodernism
  • Public Policy and Administrative Processes: Limits of Institutional Transference
  • The University and Higher Education Policy: Cross Cultural/Multicultural Issues
  • Scientific and Technological Innovation: the Role of Commonsense Capacities
  • Time, Space and Place in a Cross Cultural/Multicultural Developmental Setting
  • Program Evaluation as a Cross Cultural/Multicultural Discipline and Activity
  • Adequate Evidence in Program Evaluation and the Social Sciences: Seeking Inclusiveness and Equity through the Research Act
  • Aboriginally Appropriate Alterations to the Criteria for Determining Tenure and Promotion in Canadian Universities
  • Expert witness: the theory of legitimate, rational expectations as the mutual and reciprocal basis of/for an implicit contract between an academic program or department and its full-time, fully funded Ph.D. graduate students



  • Secretary and Treasurer, York University Faculty Association, 1968-1973
  • Area Coordinator, Policy, Faculty of Administrative Studies, 1973, 1974-1978
  • Executive, Interdisciplinary Studies Program since its inception in 1975 to 1996
  • Founding Member/Executive, York/Toronto Occupational Ethics Group, 1977-86
  • Fellow, McLaughlin College, 1968-
  • Assistant Master and Senior Tutor, McLaughlin College, 1983-1987
  • Director, Social and Political Thought (SPT) Program, 1988-1990
  • Executive, SPT Program, 1988-1994, 1997-2011
  • Advisory, Admissions and Curriculum Committees, SPT Program, 1988-2013
  • Program Evaluation Course, Public Policy and Administration Certificate (PPA), Department of Political Science, 1996-2007
  • Board Member and Member of Executive, Centre for Practical Ethics, 1997-2009 Administrative Justice Working Group on Ontario Justice Reform, 2003-2014



  • Various committees of the Faculty of Administrative Studies including: Student Affairs, Admissions, Public Administration Program, Ph.D. Program, Research, Tenure and Promotion, Curriculum and Library Committees, 1967-2006
  • SCARSA, 1970-1973
  • Faculty of Graduate Studies Council, 1974-1979, 1980-1987
  • Senate Tenure and Promotions Committee, 1975-1978
  • Senate Ethics Committee on Research Using Human Subjects, 1980-1983
  • Faculty of Graduate Studies, Admissions Committee, 1988-1992
  • McLaughlin College: Advisory, Planning and Counseling Functions, 1968-2014
  • YUFA Equity Subcommittee Member, 2002-2004, 2009-2014
  • Teaching Visitor, Osgoode Hall Tenure and Promotion Committee, 2002-2006
  • Graduate Program, Osgoode Hall, 2002-2012
  • Graduate Program, Department of Political Science, 1988-2010
  • Admissions Committee, MPPAL Program, 2008-2017



  • International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI), Executive, Conference Planning, 1986-2009
  • Society for the Advancement of Socio Economics, 1984-1993
  • European Group for Organization Studies, 1992-1999
  • Canadian Science and Technology Historical Association, 1976-1996
  • Australia and Pacific Association for Research on Organizations, 1977-1995
  • International Political Science Association, 1986-1992
  • Canadian Society for Practical Ethics, 1978-2009
  • Canadian Evaluation Society (CES), 2006-2012

Editorial Boards:

  • International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 1969-1977
  • Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 1971-
  • History of European Ideas (HEI), 1986-1995
  • The European Legacy (successor of HEI), 1995-2009
  • Australian Journal of Politics and History, 1994-2016 
  • Additional refereeing and review responsibilities since 1970 for Canadian Public Administration, Canadian Journal of Political Science, four international and two Canadian publishers and the professional associations cited above
  • SSHRC Assessment Panel, ‘Technology, Society and Culture’, 1986-1991.


M.A. Interdisciplinary Studies 09 completed
M.A. SPT                                      12 completed
M.A. Sociology 07 completed
M.A. Law        04 completed
M.A. Political Science                   13 completed
Ph.D. SPT                                     17 completed
Ph.D. Sociology 09 completed
Ph.D. Political Science                  05 completed
Ph.D. Administrative Studies 04 completed
Ph.D. Law                                      07 completed


(e.g. Internal-External/Outside or Dean's Representative since 1968)

M.A. Interdisciplinary Studies 16
M.A. SPT                                      13
M.A. Sociology 07
M.A. Psychology     04
Ph.D. SPT                                           32
Ph.D. Sociology                                    18
Ph.D. Philosophy                           09
Ph.D. Administrative Studies                         06
Ph.D. Law 06
Ph.D History                                    03
MRPs for MPPAL Program, 2009-2015    06


  • ‘Organizational Theory and Behavior’, Faculty of Administrative Studies 1967-70
  • ‘Politics, Economics and Society’, Division of Social Science, 1967-1969
  • ‘The Organizational Society’, McLaughlin College Tutorial, 1969-1973
  • ‘Discretion and the Administrative Process’, Faculties of Law and Administrative Studies, 1977-1988
  • ‘Public Administration and the Law’, Faculties of Law and Administrative Studies, 1989-2006
  • ‘Value Framework of Administrative Decision-Making’, Faculty of Administrative Studies, 1969-1973, 1974-1979
  • ‘Environmental Framework of Management’, Faculty of Administrative Studies, 1970-1996
  • ‘Technological Politics, Canada’, McLaughlin College Tutorial, 1974-1979 (year course)
  • ‘Comparative Administrative Systems’, Faculty of Administrative Studies, 1975-1983
  • ‘Government Organization and Intergovernmental Relations’, Faculty of Administrative Studies, 1976-1987
  • ‘Management of Scientific and Technological Innovation’, Faculty of Administrative Studies, 1981, 1986, 1991
  • ‘Public Policy Analysis’, Faculty of Administrative Studies, Summer, 1986.
  • ‘Business, Occupational and Social Ethics’, Faculty of Administrative Studies, 1986, 1988, 1989
  • ‘Critical Theory of Society’, Social and Political Thought Program", 1985-1986, 1989-1990
  • ‘Ph.D. Seminar’, Policy Area, Faculty of Administrative Studies, 1991-1992
  • ‘Critical Theory and the Social Sciences’, PhD Seminar, Depts. of Sociology, Political Science and Law, Umeä University, Sweden, Fall 1992.
  • ‘Value Framework of Administrative Decision-Making’, PhD Seminar, Depts. of Management and Administration, Umeä University, Sweden, Fall 1992.
  • ‘Political Ideals and Practical Realities’, PhD Seminar, Depts. of Social Work, Sociology and Political Science (based completely on my own writings) Umeä University, Sweden, Fall 1995
  • ‘Public Policy Analysis’, Faculty of Administrative Studies, 1992, 1995
  • Various reading courses for Faculty of Administrative Studies: ‘Value Framework of Administrative Decision Making’; ‘Business, Occupational and Social Ethics’
  • Social and Political Thought Program: ‘Critical Theory of Society’
  • Interdisciplinary Studies Program: ‘Critical Theory of Society’; ‘Value Framework of Administrative Decision-Making’; ‘Management of Scientific and Technological Innovation’, for no compensation, 1969-1996.
  • Public Administration Program, Admin Studies and SSB: ‘Strategic Management in the Public Sector’ and ‘Canadian Public Law’ (1995-2006)
  • ‘Program Evaluation and Policy Analysis’, Dept. of Political Science, 1997-2006
  • ‘Program Evaluation and Policy Analysis’, PPAS 4300, PPA Program 2006-2011
  • ‘Systems of Justice’, Department of Political Science, Winter 2003
  • ‘Marx’s Critical/Dialectical Procedure’, SPT Program, Winter 2008, Winter 2011
  • ‘Program Evaluation and Policy Analysis’, PPAL 6210 3, 2008-2011
  • ‘Public Administration’, PPAS 3190 6, PPA Program, Winter 2012
  • ‘Public Policy Analysis’, PPAS 4350, Winter 2013; Fall and Winter, 2013-2014
  • ‘Policy Topics: Research Workshop in Public Policy’, 2014-2015, 2015-2017
  • ‘Policy Topics: Research Workshop in Leadership and Human Resources, 2015-2017



I do not normally apply for grants or other financial support to fund research, but restrict my requests from the University and funding agencies to conference travel, subsistence and sabbaticals. This is a matter of personal preference on my part, and is based on early negative experiences with issues bearing on academic freedom and financial dependency while completing my Ph.D.

  • SSHRC for travel, subsistence and conference participation, 1974-2006
  • Faculty of Administrative Studies travel and subsistence funds, 1968-2006
  • SSHRC Sabbatical leave grants 1973-1974, 1979-1980, 1987-1988, 1994-1995
  • Max Bell Program, travel and subsistence grants for conference participation, March, 1992
  • YUFA Professional Expense and Conference Grants, 1968-2006
  • YUFA Contract Teaching Conference and Travel Grants, 2006-2017


(Does not include book reviews, speeches and addresses or advisory and consultative work)

  • Books: 10 published, 4 edited and 2 in progress
  • Papers in Edited Books and Monographs: 20
  • Papers in Refereed Journals: 35
  • Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings; 38
  • Papers in Non Refereed Conference Proceedings: 94
  • Other; 71 (addenda, notes, research memoranda, etc.)


The American Ideology (London: Routledge, 1977)

Tradition and Innovation (London: Routledge, 1984)

Political Management (Berlin: De Gruyter, 1985)

Sex and Gender (Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, 1988)

Retreat from Governance (Hull: Voyageur, 1989)

Marx's Critical Dialectical Procedure (London: Routledge, 1991), reissued in 2015 as Volume 19 of Routledge Library Editions: Marxism

No Ivory Tower (Richmond: Voyageur International, 1999)

Bureaucratic Representation (Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, 2001)

Capitalism after Postmodernism (Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, 2002)

The Vocation of Reason, edited with a foreword by Thomas Kemple (Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, 2004)

Bureaucratic Competence: Toward a New Working Society (in progress)

The Time of Our Lives: Toward a New Postmodern Commonsense (in progress)

The American University and the World of Scholars (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers, 1969) (joint editorship)

Social Change, Innovation and Politics in East Asia (Hong Kong: Asian Research Institute, 1980) (joint editorship)

Encounters in Canada: Comparing Indigenous, Settler and Immigrant Perspectives (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2018) (joint editorship)

Refugee Trap by Bharathi Mohan (amazon e book, 2016) (editor), 185 pp.



The Academy and its Clients: Conflicting Perspectives on the Contemporary University”, Studies on the University, Society and Government, edited by Donald C. Rowat and Rene Hurtubise (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1970), 88-127.

"Science, Critique and Criticism", On Critical Theory, edited by J. O'Neill (N.Y.: Seabury Press, 1976), 206-230
"Innovation: the Practical Uses of Theory", Social Change, Innovation and Politics in East Asia, edited by Y.S. Yim, H.T. Wilson and R. Wilson (Hong Kong: Asian Research Centre, 1980), 9-29

"Functional Rationality and Sense of Function", International Yearbook of Organization Studies, 1980, edited by G. Salaman and D. Dunkerly (London: Routledge, 1981), 72-98

"Values: On the Possibility of a Convergence between Economic and Non Economic Decision-Making", Management under Differing Value Systems, edited by G. Dlugos and K. Weiermair (Berlin: DeGruyter, 1981), 37-71

"Anti-Method as a Counter Structure in Social Research Practice", Beyond Method, edited by G. Morgan (Los Angeles: Sage Publications, 1983), 247-259

"Technocracy and Late Capitalist Society", The State, Class and the Recession, edited by S. Clegg, P. Boreham and G. Dow (London: Croom Helm, 1983), 152-238

"Industrial Democracy Reconsidered", The Business Corporation in the Democratic Society, edited by W. Dorow (Berlin: DeGruyter, 1987), 13-22

"Anti-Discrimination Legislation and its Impact on the Employment Relationship", Managerial Discretion and the Labor Market and Employment Relationship, edited by W. Dorow and K. Weiermair (Berlin: DeGruyter, 1988), 383-395

"Essential Process of Modernity", International University of Japan Annual Review, 1987-88, (Tokyo: IUJ Press, 1988), 1-42

"Industrial Strategy and Social Equality", Moral Expertise, edited by C.D. MacNiven (London: Routledge, 1989), 71-92

"The Impact of 'Gender' on Critical Theory's Critique of Advanced Industrial Societies", Current Perspectives in Social Theory, Volume 12, edited by Ben Agger (London: JAI Press 1992), 125-136

"The Quagmire of Industrial Policy" in Meeting the Global Challenge, edited by J. Dermer (Toronto: Captus Press, 1992, 1995), 151-159 and in The New World Economic Order, edited by T. Wesson (Toronto: Captus Press, 1998, 2001, 2005), 396-403 and supra

“The Downside of Downsizing: Bureaucratic Representation in Capitalist Democracies”, The New Public Management: International Developments (Toronto: Captus Press, 1999), 55-80

“La Theorie Critique aux Etats-Unis (1938-1978): Un Exemple d’Innovation Intellectuelle et sa Reception”, La Posterite de l’Ecole de Francfort, edited by Alain Blanc and Jean-Marie Vincent (Paris: Editions Syllepse, 2004), 235-252

“Is Employment Equity Necessary? Yes”, Approaches to Public Administration: Core Issues and Emerging Responses, edited by Roberto Leone and F. L. K. Ohemeng (Toronto: Emond Montgomery, 2011), 257-264.

“Adequate Evidence in Program Evaluation and the Social Sciences: Seeking Inclusiveness and Equity through the Research Act”, Encounters in Canada: Comparing Indigenous, Settler and Immigrant Perspectives (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2018), 35 pp.

“Aboriginally Appropriate Alterations to the Criteria for Determining University Tenure and Promotion”, Pressing Problems and Changing Challenges: Examining the Most Significant Issues Facing Indigenous Peoples in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2018), 25 pp.

“O’Neill’s Can(n)ons: An Interrogative Inquiry”, to appear in a forthcoming Festschrift for John O’Neill (publisher as yet undetermined, 2018), 32 pp.

“Popper’s Conception of Scientific Discovery and its Relation to the Community of Science”, to appear in a forthcoming Festschrift for Ian Jarvie tentatively titled The Impact of Critical Rationalism (Berlin: Springer Verlag, 2018), 25 pp.



"Continentalism and Canadian Higher Education", Canadian Review of American Studies, 1(2) (Fall 1970), 89-99

"Academic Bureaucracy", Queens Quarterly, 78(3) (Autumn 1971),

"The Dismal Science of Organization Reconsidered", Canadian Public Administration, 14(1) (Spring 1971), 82-99

"Max Weber's Pessimism", International Journal of Contemporary Sociology, Volume 8 (April 1971), pp 183-188

"Discretion in the Analysis of Administrative Process", Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 10(3) (Autumn 1972), 117-139

"Rationality and Decision in Administrative Science", Canadian Journal of Political Science, 6(3) (June 1973), 271-294

“The Problem of Domination", Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 5 (4) (December 1975), 496-500

"The Sociology of Apocalypse", The Human Context, 8 (Fall 1975), 274-294

"Reading Max Weber: the Limits of Sociology", Sociology, 10(2) (May 1976), 297-315

"Attitudes toward Science: Canadian and American Scientists", International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 18(1) and (2) (March – June 1977), 154-175

"The Poverty of Sociology", Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 8(1) (March 1978), 187-204

"The Meaning and Significance of 'Empirical Method' for the Critical Theory of Society", Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory, 3(3) (Fall 1979), 57-68

"The Paradox of Liberalism", Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 10(2) (June 1980), 215-226

"Response to Ray, I", Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 11(1) (March 1981), 45-48

"Science, Technology and Innovation", Methodology and Science, 15(3) (Fall 1982), 167-200

"Response to Ray, II", Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 13(1) (March 1983), 63-65

"Once Again: the Industrial Strategy Debate", Atkinson Review of Canadian Studies, 2(2) (Spring-Summer 1985), 33-40

"Technology and/as/or the Future", Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 15(3) (September 1985), 349-358

"Critical Theory's Critique of Social Science I", History of European Ideas, 7(2) (1986), 127-147

"Critical Theory's Critique of Social Science II", History of European Ideas, 7(3) (1986), 287-302

"Notes on the Achievement of Communicative Behavior and Related Difficulties", Dialectical Anthropology, 12(3) (1988), 285-305

"Ordeals of Implementation", Asian Journal of Public Administration, 10(2) (December 1988), 225-237

"Culture versus Civilization in the Theory and Practice of International Understanding", Maydan (Japanese Journal of Middle Eastern Studies) (September 1988), 10-13

"The Counter Revolutionary Function of the Social Sciences in Advanced Industrial Societies", History of European Ideas, 11 (1989), 467-477

"Space and Place: A Schema for Analyzing the Possibilities and Limits of the Contemporary Legal/Democratic State", Bulletin of the Institute of Middle Eastern Studies, 6 (March 1992), 527-547

"Nationalist Ideology and Political Philosophy: the Case of Max Weber", History of European Ideas, 16(3) (1992), 545-550

"The European Mind on the Eve of Full Economic Integration", History of European Ideas, 17(1) (1993), 1-10

“Space and Place as Convergent Sources of Political Identity,” History of European Ideas, 21(4) (1995), 499-504

“The Missing Body in the New Physics,” The European Legacy, ROM for International Society for the Study of European Ideas (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1997)

“Institutional Complementarity and Canadian Identity”, Canadian Review of American Studies 27(3) (1997), 175-190.

“The Challenge of Participatory Democracy in an Emerging Supranational Europe,” The European Legacy 3(4) (1998), 86-95.

“Time, Space and Value”, Time and Society 8(1) (March 1999), 161-181

“Rationality and Capitalism in Max Weber’s Analysis of Western Modernity,
Journal of Classical Sociology 3(2) (2002), 93-106

“Use Value and Substantive Rationality in the Work of Marx and Weber”, Journal
of Classical Sociology 4(1) (March 2004), 5-30

“Bureaucratic Competence as an Essential Factor in Cross Cultural/Multi-Cultural 
Program Evaluations”, Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation 23(2) (2010), 93-115



"Science and Technology Teaching in a MBA/MPA Program: York-University’s Faculty of Administrative Studies/Schulich School of Business, 1970-1997

“Governing Space, Place and Time: Public Trust and Effective Policy Implementation”

“Disorganized Capitalism? Comments on Postmodernism’s New Political Economy

“Problematizing the Fate of ‘Society’: Critical Theory versus Neo-liberalism”

“Space, Place and Time: their Respective Roles in Studies Emphasizing Intra Human Differences and Similarities.”

“Settler’s Assumptions about Space, Place and Time in the Laws Governing First Nations in North America and Creative Responses to these Laws”

“Dynamizing Policy Implementation: the Postmodern Polis.”

“Adequate Evidence in Program Evaluation”, paper to the Canadian Evaluation Society, October 4, 2010 



"Technological Politics: Some Canadian-American Dimensions", Proceedings of the Canadian Political Science Association (Montreal: McGill University, 1972)

"Organizational Analysis: the Problem of Rationality", Proceedings of the Canadian Sociological and Anthropology Association (Kingston: Queens University, 1973)

"Capitalism, Science and the Possibility of Political Economy", Proceedings of the World Congress of Sociology (Toronto: University of Toronto, 1974)

"Public Regulation: the Need for 'Responsible Discretion'", Proceedings of the Conference on the Regulatory Process in Canada (Montreal: Bronfman School of Management, McGill University, 1975)

"The Problem of Discretion in Three Languages", Proceedings of the International Congress of Legal Science (The Hague: Kongressgebeow, 1977)  

"The Essential Marx", Proceedings of the Marxist Studies Conference (Buffalo: University of Buffalo, 1990)

"Marx's Critique of the Method of Political Economy”, Proceedings of the Conference on Rationality, Science and Society (Umea, Sweden: University of Umea, 1990)

"Privatization as a Retreat from Responsible Governance", Conference on International Privatization Strategies and Practices (St. Andrew, Scotland: St. Andrew University, 1991)


The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico: Status, Politics and Prospects (Honors Thesis, Tufts University, 1962). Document of Dept. of Information and Caribbean Commission/Organization: Rio Piedras, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico

The Regulation of Standard Radio Broadcasting, 1934-1952 (Ph. D, Rutgers University, 1968) (Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, 1968). Document of the Federal Communications Commission: Washington, D.C.

‘The Academy and its Clients: Conflicting Perspectives on the Contemporary  University’, contribution to the Commission on Relations between Universities and Governments, Volumes 1 and 2, Studies on The University, Society and Government, Volume 2 (edited by Donald C. Rowat and Rene Hurtubise) (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1970), 88-127.



"The University, Society and Innovation", and 12 other papers and presentations to the McLaughlin College Public Policy Forum between 1974 and 1993

"Technocracy", 600 word entry for Blackwell's Dictionary of Modern Social Thought (Oxford: Blackwell's, 1993, 1994, 2003)

"Organizational Theory", 600 word entry for Blackwell's Dictionary of Modern Social Thought (Oxford: Blackwell’s, 1993, 1994, 2003)




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