David publishes regularly in The Mark and The Globe and Mail. (Those links will take you to a list of his pieces for each publication.)
Chapters, Articles and White Papers
Using the Tools of the 21st Century: Open Data and Wikis, Approaching Public Administration: Core Debates and Emerging Issues, (ed. Roberto P. Leone & Frank L. K. Ohemeng). Emond Montgomery Publications university textbook on public service., December, 2010.
The Difference Data Makes, in BC Business, October 2010.
Missing the Link: How the Internet Is Saving Journalism (David Eaves and Taylor Owen), The New Journalist, (ed. Paul Benedetti, Tim Currie, and Kim Kierans). Emond Montgomery Publications university textbook on journalism. June 2010.
After the Collapse: Open Government and the Future of the Public Service, Open Government: Collaboration, Transparency, and Participation in Practice, (ed. Daniel Lathrop & Laurel Ruma). O’Reilly Media book on Open Government, January 2010.
Creating Municipalities that Work Like the Web, in Municipal Interface, November, 2009. (publicly available version here)
Progressivism’s End, (with Taylor Owen), in The Literary Review of Canada, Volume 16, Number 7, September 2008
Generation Y challenges the Public Service, in Optimum Online: The Journal of Public Sector Management, Vol. 37, Issue 3, Oct 2007.
Reality vs. Fiction: Canadian Foreign Policy in Light of the International Policy Statement, Queen’s International Observer, October 2005.
From Middle to Model Power Lead Author, written by Canada25, August, 2004.
Charting a New Path: A Compass for Canada’s Future, Lead Author, by Canada25 for the Privy Council Office in July, 2003.
The Relationship Relaunch: How to Fix a Broken Alliance with Laura Judy Visioni and Jeff Weiss in The Ivey Business Journal, May/June 2003.
Starting in 2009 I am published regularly in the Globe and Mail and so stopped listing individual articles here…
Why Not Open Flu Data? Special in The Globe and Mail politics, Nov 23rd, 2009.
(Several in The Mark you can find a list of his pieces here).
How About Real Liberal Renewal, (with Taylor Owen) Op-Ed in The Toronto Star, November 20th, 2008 Blog link here.)
Why Canada-U.S. Should Be an Election Issue, Op-Ed in Embassy Magazine, September 24th, 2008. (Blog link here.)
Afghanistan Another Iraq? Try Another Cambodia, (with Taylor Owen) Op-Ed in Embassy Magazine, May 7th, 2008. (Blog link here.)
Finding Canada’s Role in the World: Unleash the power of our citizens, Op-Ed in the Globe and Mail, February 19th, 2008. (download here) This piece was part of an online discussion between myself, Lloyd Axworthy and Jack Granatstein which can be viewed here.
Failed strategy connects Afghan fields, city streets, (with Taylor Owen) Op-Ed in the Toronto Star, December 7th, 2007 (blog link here).
Kandahar deal breakers: The Afghan poll is not a blank cheque, Op-Ed in the Globe & Mail, May 17th, 2007 (blog link here).
Byers Hectors Canada, But Offers Few Tips for Improvement, a book review of Michael Byers’ Intent for a Nation in Embassy Magazine, October 10th, 2007 (blog link here).
Africa is Not a Liberal Idea, (with Taylor Owen) Op-Ed in Embassy Magazine, October 3rd, 2007 (blog link here).
Structure Killed the Old-Boys Think Tank, Op-Ed in Embassy Magazine, September 12th, 2007 (blog link here).
Iraq suddenly appears on Canada’s radar screen, (with Taylor Owen) Op-Ed in the Toronto Star, August 29th, 2007 (blog link here).
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Prime Ministerial Power Stifles Decision-Making, (with Taylor Owen) Op-Ed in the Toronto Star, June 28th, 2007 (blog link here).
Facebook, Revisited, Op-Ed in the Globe & Mail, May 17th, 2007 (blog link here).
Beyond Vimy Ridge: Canada’s Other Foreign-Policy Pillar, (with Taylor Owen) Op-Ed in the Globe & Mail, April 18th, 2007 (blog link here).
PM off base over Afghan PoWs, Op-Ed in the Toronto Star, March 26th, 2007 (blog link here).
Getting back on track: This is Canada’s mission, so let us ensure we tackle it Canada’s way, (with Taylor Owen) Op-Ed in the Toronto Star, February 23rd, 2007 (blog link here).
Central Myth of Canadian Diplomacy, Op-Ed in the Toronto Star, November 6th, 2006 (blog post here).
The Hans Doctrine (with Peter MacLeod) in Opinions Canada, Vol. 7, no 31, October 13th, 2005.
Recharging Canada’s Role in the World with Nadim Kara in The Tyee, January 26th, 2005.
Social Enterprise Proposal for eBay: Charity as Business. A business plan for how eBay can facilitate charitable giving, September 2006.
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