Canada Research Chairs
Canada Research Chair in Governance and Transformation of Health Organizations and Systems (GETOSS)
Research Chair devoted to the development of an organizational perspective for the analysis of reforms in the health systems and a better understanding of the transformation and governance process at work in public service systems, particularly in the health system.
Canada Research Chair in Evaluating Public Actions Related to Young People and Vulnerable Populations (CRÉVAJ)
Research Chair devoted to the evaluation methodologies of public policy as well as the implementation of public policy and its effects. Its work will lead to a better direction in actions and support mechanisms among vulnerable individuals, in particular, youth.
Canada Research Chair in International and Comparative Political Economy (CRÉPIC)
Research Chair studying the effects of globalization on the various models of capitalism as well as the resiliency of States, in particular, social-democratic countries. It also deals with international negotiations, federalism and multi-level governance and, specifically, with the role of federated States in international trade negotiations and with climate change.
L’Observatoire de l’administration publique
Research centre devoted to monitoring public administration and to comparative analysis. Concerned with the role, structures and operations of the State.
Laboratoire d’étude sur les politiques publiques et la mondialisation (LEPPM)
Monitoring and analysis centre devoted to the study of the effects of globalization on the role of the State and on public policies. Examines cultural, economic, environmental, health, education and safety issues.
Centre de recherche et d’expertise en évaluation (CREXE)
Research centre focused on the development of research and expertise in evaluation as well as the optimization of management and decision making within public administrations. Fields of research: policy and program evaluation, studies on public policies and health, and performance measurement of public organizations.
Chaire La Capitale en leadership dans le secteur public
Research chair focusing on the study of private- and public-sector leadership, leadership style and change in the Quebec public service, its effect on the quality of life in the workplace, competency evaluation, and profile of leaders.
Centre de recherche sur la gouvernance (CERGO)
Research centre undertaking different activities involving scientific research, exchange and dissemination concerning the theme of socio-political, socio-economic and organizational governance. Its research program puts special emphasis on government business enterprises.
Groupe d’étude sur les politiques publiques et la santé (GÉPPS)
Research group dealing with the development of public policies in health and contributing to the transfer and dissemination of knowledge among communities of scientists and practitioners.
Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur les relations internationales du Canada et du Québec (CIRRICQ)
Research centre bringing together university researchers, research units and external partners (practitioners) to study subjects relating to Canada’s and Quebec’s international policy. Particularly looks into security and defence questions as well as questions relating to indications of a Francophone presence in Canada’s and Quebec’s international relations.
Leadership and Transfer
International Study, Research and Training Group (GERFI)
Dynamic group of professors and students interested in international issues linked to various aspects of public administration. Areas of interest: international public administration, international economics, international relations and foreign policy.
Groupe d’études sur les relations internationales du Québec (GERIQ)
GERIQ is an interuniversity student group that is a member of CIRRICQ. It contributes to the study and dissemination of knowledge dealing with Quebec’s international relations.
Intergenerational Transfer: Research and Expertise Group (TIGRE)
Brings together a group of professors and experts from ENAP who are interested in the issues of knowledge transfer and management in the public administration sector. Research focused in two areas: corporate memory and intergenerational transfer – the tacit knowledge of the Quebec State; knowledge management intervention and consulting.