Refereed Publications

A) Books

Rayside, David, Jerald Sabin, and Paul E.J. Thomas. 2017. Religion and Canadian Party Politics. Vancouver: UBC Press. 384 pp. [Equal authorship]

B) Journal articles and chapters

Sabin, Jerald and Andrea Olive. Forthcoming. “Slack: Adopting Social Networking Platforms for Active Learning.” PS: Political Science & Politics.

Sabin, Jerald. Forthcoming. “Fiscal Outlier: Yukon in an Austere Age.” Canadian Provincial and Territorial Paradoxes: Public Finances, Services and Employment in an Era of Austerity. Eds. Carlo Fanelli and Bryan Evans. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Sabin, Jerald. Forthcoming. “A Federation within a Federation? Devolution and Indigenous Government in the Northwest Territories.” IRPP Study. Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy.

Sabin, Jerald. 2016. “Alternatives North: A History.” Care, Cooperation, and Activism in Canada’s Northern Social Economy. Eds. Frances Abele and Chris Southcott. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 125-140.

Sabin, Jerald. 2014. “Contested Colonialism: Responsible Government and Political Development in Yukon.” Canadian Journal of Political Science, 47.2: 375-396. [Winner 2015 John McMenemy Prize]


Sabin, Jerald. 2011. Yellowknife’s Voluntary and Nonprofit Sector: A Portrait of a Northern Social Economy. Thunder Bay: Social Economy Research Network of Northern Canada. 66 pp.

Abele, Frances and Jerald Sabin. 2010. “State and Society in a Northern Capital: Yellowknife’s Social Economy in Hard Times.” Working Paper #10-03, Carleton Centre for Community Innovation.

Sabin, Jerald. 2010. “Building a Culture of Power Sharing: The Executive.” Northern Ireland: Consolidating the Peace. Ottawa: Forum of Federations, 29-42.

Sabin, Jerald. 2010. “Review of Some Like it Cold: The Politics of Climate Change in Canada.” Robert C. Paehlke. Between the Lines. Northern Review, 32: 199-201.


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