The impact of devolution on capacity building through post-secondary education in the North : a case study of UArctic
In the Canadian North, capacity building through post-secondary education is a key policy strategy of territorial and federal governments. However, government support for the University of the Arctic (UArctic), a viable policy instrument that makes an important contribution to the capacity building efforts of the territories, has been inconsistent. This thesis will investigate whether devolution has impacted capacity building through post-secondary education, by using UArctic as a case study.
DegreeMaster of Arts (M.A.)
CommitteeRomanow, Roy; Michelmann, Hans; Story, Donald; Hesseln, Hayley
Copyright DateSeptember 2010
Post-secondary eduction in the Canadian territori
University of the Arctic