PROFESSOR KEITH G. BANTING, CM, FRSC QUEEN'S RESEARCH CHAIR IN PUBLIC POLICY SCHOOL OF POLICY STUDIES DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL STUDIES

PROFESSOR KEITH G. BANTING, CM, FRSC QUEEN’S RESEARCH CHAIR IN PUBLIC POLICY SCHOOL OF POLICY STUDIES and DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL STUDIES QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N6 Canada Tel. (613)533-3094 Fax (613)533-2135 Keith.Banting@queensu.ca PROFESSIONALACTIVITIES Degrees . p. 2 Professional Appointments . p. 2 Honours and Awards . p. 2 Professional Activities . p. 3 Research Funding . p. 5 Administrative Committees . p. 6 PUBLICATIONS Books . p. 8 Edited Books . p. 8 Articles and Chapters . p. 10 Other Publications ... p. 18 Translations in foreign languages .

p. 20 Reprints in English . p. 22 PRESENTATIONS Academic presentations . p. 23 Presentations to Governments ... p. 32

PROFESSIONALACTIVITIES I. Degrees Queen’s University, B.A.(Hons.) 1969 Oxford University (Nuffield College), D.Phil. 1975 II. Academic Appointments 1973-86 Department of Political Science, University of British Columbia (Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Professor). 1981-83 Associate Director, Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, Queen’s University. 1986- Professor, Department of Political Studies and School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University. 1989-92 Associate Dean, School of Graduate Studies and Research, Queen’s University. 1992-2003 Stauffer-Dunning Professor of Policy Studies, and Director of the School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University.

2003- Queen’s Research Chair in Public Policy, Queen’s University. III. Honours and Awards Awards and distinctions prior to final degree 1965 Ontario Scholarship; Queen’s University Scholarship 1965 Chancellor C.A. Dunning Scholarship, Queen’s University 1969 Principal’s Medal in Political Studies, Queen’s University 1970-73 Commonwealth Scholarship 1973 Canada Council Doctoral Fellowship Honours 2004 Member, Order of Canada Citation: “As a renowned scholar and administrator, Keith Banting has made outstanding contributions to the development and understanding of social policy in Canada. Known for his impeccable research and inspiring leadership, he is a professor at Queen’s University and former director of its School of Policy

Studies. Under his stewardship, the School has become one of our nation’s preeminent institutions in this field. He has written and published extensively on numerous contemporary issues, including income security, federalism, health policy and comparative politics. Widely respected by his peers, he has also served as vice-president of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.” 2012 Fellow, Royal Society of Canada 2012 Honorary Doctorate, Stockholm University 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal Honorary Lectures 1994 Hooker Distinguished Visiting Professor, McMaster University 1997 Jack and Kay Graham Memorial Lecture, McMaster University 2001 Henrietta Harvey Distinguished Lecturer, Memorial University of Newfoundland 2003 Donald Gow Memorial Lecture, Queen’s University, April 2003 2005 Distinguished Speaker, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University 2007 Inaugural Dr.

Richard B. Splane Lecture, University of British Columbia 2010 Presidential Address, Canadian Political Science Association, Montreal 2013 Keynote Lecture, Annual Meeting of the Swedish Political Science Association, Stockholm.

IV. Professional Activities Visiting Fellowships Academic Visitor, London School of Economics, London 1979 Guest Scholar, Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C. 1991 and 1992 Visiting Scholar, Center for European Studies, Harvard University, 1997-98 Visiting Fellow, Nuffield College, Oxford University, Hilary Term, 2004 Visiting Fellow, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Fiesole, Italy, Spring Term, 2004 Visiting Professor, School of Political Science, Criminology and Sociology, University of Melbourne, Winter term 2007 Fellow, Linnaeus Centre for Integration Studies, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden (2011 - ).

Visiting Fellow and Sproul Fellow, Institute of Governmental Studies and Canadian Studies Program, University of California (Berkeley), Fall 2013 Professional Associations

Canadian Political Science Association Member of the Board of Directors (1985-87) President (2009-2010) Member, Nominating Committee, 2013-14 American Political Science Association Selection Committee, Mildred A., Schwartz Lifetime Achievement Award Council for European Studies Institute of Public Administration of Canada International Association for Sociology (RC 19) Editorial Positions Editorial Board, Canadian Public Policy (1985-95) Editorial Board, Journal of Comparative Public Policy (2001-09; 2011- ) Editorial Advisory Board, Social Policy and Administration (2006- ) Editorial Board, British Journal of Canadian Studies, (2009- ) Editorial Board, Palgrave Series in Citizenship Transitions, Palgrave Macmillan UK (2013 - ).

Editorial Board, Mowat Centre, School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Toronto (2014 - ). Professional Service Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada: leadership roles - Member, Council of the SSHRCC (1986-1992) - Vice President of SSHRCC (1990-92) Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada: operating roles - Member; Research Grants Adjudication Committee XI (1985-86) - Chair, Research Grants Adjudication Committee, Nonprofit Sector (2001) - Member, College of Reviewers of the Canada Research Chairs Program (2000-) - Chair, Mid-Term Evaluation of the Metropolis Project (2005-06) Member, University Professors Selection Committee, University of Toronto (1992-95).

Member, Advisory Committee, Population Health Program, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (1997-2000). Member, Board of Directors, Centre for the Study of Living Standards (1998 - )

Member, Scientific Advisory Board, Stockholm University Linnaeus Center for Integration Studies (SULCIS), Stockholm, Sweden 2008 - ). Member, Scientific Advisory Committee of the Royal Society of Canada (2009- ) Member, Review Committee, Selection of Trudeau Fellows, Pierre Elliot Trudeau Foundation, Montreal (2013). Public Service Royal Commission on the Economic Union and Development Prospects for Canada - Research Coordinator (1983-85); Report Drafting Team (1984-85) Symposium for New Members of Parliament, House of Commons - Founding director and organizer (1994, 1997, 2001) Canada-United Kingdom Colloquia (sponsored by Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office) - Lead Canadian organizer of annual conference (1996-2002) Queen’s International Institute on Social Policy (supported by Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario: - Lead organizer of annual conference for policy-makers (1996- ) Member, Advisory Committee, National Policy Research Conference, Policy Research Initiative, Government of Canada, 2001 Chair, Policy Dialogue, Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada (the Romanow Commission), September 5, 2002 Co-Chair, Advanced Seminar on Democracy, Deputy Ministers Learning Program, Canadian Council on Management Development, Government of Canada.

2002-03.

  • Expert Witness, Federal Court of Canada, Le Procureur Général du Québec et Sa Majesté la Reine, du chef du Canada, 2005.
  • Testimony cited at: Monsieur le judge de Montigny, Motifs du judgment et judgment, Reference 2008 CF 713, paragraphs 28, 45, 66, 76, 81. Research Director, Employment Insurance Task Force, Mowat Centre for Policy Innovation, University of Toronto, 2010-2011. V. Research and Conference Funding (since 1988)

Research Funding Donner Canadian Foundation 1988-94 Canada and the United States in a Changing Global Environment (with D.

Haglund and R. Simeon): $400,000. Secretary of State: Canadian Studies Program 1990-91 Canada and the United States in a Changing Global Environment $25,000. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council 1996-03 MCRI: Canadian International Labour Network $50,000 1998-99 Project on Trends $5,000 1998-04 MCRI: Equality, Security and Community $40,000 2005-08 Standard Research Grant: Immigration, Multiculturalism and the Welfare State (CI) $43,800 2009-11 Canadian Labour Research $10,000 2011 Aid to Research Workshop: Co-applicant $24,547 2010-14 Standard Research Grant: Ethnic Diversity and Social Solidarity (PI) $141,168 2011 Aid to Research Workshop: Co-applicant $24,547 Queen’s University 2003-13 Queen’s Research Chair in Public Policy: $20,000 per year Conference Grants from Government Agencies Department of Finance, Government of Canada 1993 Conference grant: $10,000 1995 Conference grant: $10,000 2009 Conference grant: $5,000 2010 Conference grant: $2,500 Human Resources and Social Development Canada 1993- 2008 Conference grants totalling over $600,000 2009 Conference grant: $40,000 2010 Conference grant: $40,000 2011 Conference grant: $40,000 2012 Conference Grant $20,000 2013 Conference Grant $40,000 Heritage Canada/Metropolis Project 2007 Conference grant: $29,500 Government of Ontario

2008 MCHSS Conference grant: $40,000 2009 MCHSS Conference grant: $40,000 2010 MCHSS Conference grant: $40,000 2011 MCHSS Conference grant: $40,000 2012 MCHSS Conference grant: $40,000 2013 MCHSS Conference grant: $40,000 VII. Senior Administrative Committees, Queen’s University Chair, Executive Committee, Institute of Intergovernmental Relations (1988-2002) Chair, Sub-Committee V, Advisory Research Council (1988-89) Chair, Committee on the Future of Teaching Programs in Policy Studies, School of Graduate Studies and Research (1989-90) Chair, Committee on Policy Relating to Academic Discipline, School of Graduate Studies and Research (1989-90) Chair, Committee on Race Relations in the School of Graduate Studies and Research (1991-92) Member of Senate (1995-2000); member of Senate Operations Review Committee (1999-2000) Member, Advisory Committee on the Selection of the Vice-Principal Research (1996) Member, Advisory Committee on the Strategic Research Plan for Queen’s University (2000-03) Member, Advisory Committee on the Selection of the Chancellor (2001) Chair, Advisory Committee on the Proposal for a Southern Africa Research Centre (2001) Member, Advisory Committee on the Selection of the Dean of Business (2002) Member, Advisory Committee on the Selection of the Director, Centre for International Relations (2002) Member, Internal Academic Review Team for the School of Business (2004-05) Member, Internal Academic Review Team for Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering (2007-08)

Member, Search Committee, Head of Political Studies (2008-09) Member, Advisory Review Committee for the Institute for Population and Public Health (2008-09). Member, Research Community Committee to advise the Vice Principal Research (2011- present).

PUBLICATIONS BOOKS Poverty, Politics and Policy: Britain in the 1960s. (London: Macmillan, 1979), x, 187 pp The Welfare State and Canadian Federalism. (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1982), xii, 226 pp. Second Edition, 1987, ix, 263 pp. EDITED BOOKS And No One Cheered: Federalism, Democracy and the Constitution Act (Toronto: Methuen Publications, 1983), xii, 376 pp.

Co-edited with R. Simeon. The Politics of Constitutional Change in Industrial Nations (London: Macmillan, 1985), xii, 257 pp. Co-edited with R. Simeon. Copublished as: Redesigning the State: The Politics of Constitutional Change in Industrial Nations (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1985), xii, 257 pp.

State and Society in the Modern Era: Canada in Comparative Perspective (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1986), xiii, 131 pp. The State and Economic Interests (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1986), xv, 337 pp. Degrees of Freedom: Canada and the United States in a Changing World (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1997), x, 482 pp. Co-edited with G. Hoberg and R. Simeon. The Review of Economic Performance and Social Progress: The Longest Decade: Canada in the 1990s (Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy and Centre for the Study of Living Standards, 2001). Co-edited with A.

Sharpe and F. St-Hilaire. The Review of Economic Performance and Social Well-Being: Towards a Social Understanding of Productivity (Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy and Centre for the Study of Living Standards, 2002) xi, 326 pp. Co-edited with A. Sharpe and F. St.-Hilaire, Multiculturalism and the Welfare State: Recognition and Redistribution in Contemporary Democracies (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), xv, 405 pp. Co-edited with Will Kymlicka.

Belonging? Diversity, Recognition and Shared Citizenship in Canada (Montreal: Institute

for Research on Public Policy, 2007), ix, 697 pp. Co-edited with Thomas Courchene and Leslie Seidle. Inequality and the Fading of Redistributive Politics (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2013), x, 459 pp. Co-edited with John Myles. The Global Promise of Federalism, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press 2013), vii, 310pp. Co-edited with Grace Skogstad, David Cameron and Martin Papillon. EDITED BOOKS: QUEEN’S POLICY STUDIES SERIES These books appear in the “Queen’s Policy Studies Series” co-published by the School of Policy Studies of Queen’s University and McGill-Queen’s University Press.

The Future of Fiscal Federalism (Kingston: School of Policy Studies, 1994), ix, 368 pp. Coedited with D. Brown and T.J. Courchene.

A New Social Vision for Canada? Perspectives on the Federal Discussion Paper on Social Security Reform (Kingston: School of Policy Studies and Caledon Institute of Social Policy, 1994), x, 194 pp. Coedited with K. Battle. Labour Market Polarization and Social Policy Reform (Kingston: School of Policy Studies, 1995), xii, 258 pp. Coedited with C. Beach. Reform of Retirement Income Policy: International and Canadian Perspectives (Kingston: School of Policy Studies, 1997), xii, 342 pp. Co-edited with R. Boadway. The Nonprofit Sector in Canada: Roles and Relationships (Kingston and Montreal: School of Policy Studies and McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2000), x, 266 pp.

The Nonprofit Sector and Government in a New Century (Kingston and Montreal: School of Policy Studies and McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2001), x, 256 pp. Co-edited with K. Brock.

Health Policy and Federalism: A Comparative Perspective on Multi-Level Governance, (Kingston and Montreal: School of Policy Studies and McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2002), ix, 200pp. Co-edited with S. Corbett. The Nonprofit Sector in Interesting Times: Case Studies in A Changing Sector (Kingston and Montreal: School of Policy Studies and McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2003), x, 272 pp. Co-edited with K. Brock. Making EI Work: Research from the Mowat Centre Employment Insurance Task Force. Montreal: Mowat Centre and McGill Queen’s University Press, 2012, pp. x, 476. Coedited with Jon Medow.

OTHER BOOKS: Policy Choices: Political Agendas in Canada and the United States (Kingston: School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University, 1991), vii, pp. 152. Coedited with M. Hawes, R. Simeon and E. Willis. Family Security in Insecure Times (Ottawa: National Forum on Family Security, 1993), xvi, pp. 210. Member of the editorial group. ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS IN BOOKS: “The Radical Interpretation of Social Security: a Critique”, Canadian Public Policy, vol. 1(4) 1975, pp. 520-26. “Federalism, Democracy and the Constitution”, in K. Banting and R. Simeon, eds., And No One Cheered: Federalism, Democracy and the Constitution Act (Toronto: Methuen Publications, 1983), pp.

2-26. With R. Simeon.

Federalism, Democracy and the Future”, in K. Banting and R. Simeon, eds., And No One Cheered: Federalism, Democracy and the Constitution Act (Toronto: Methuen Publications, 1983), pp. 348-359. With R. Simeon. “The Decision Rules: Federalism and Pension Reform”, in D.W. Conklin, J. Bennett and T. Courchene, eds., Pensions Today and Tomorrow: Background Studies (Toronto: Ontario Economic Council, 1984), pp. 189-209. “The Politics of Constitutional Change”, in K. Banting and R. Simeon, eds., The Politics of Constitutional Change in Industrial Nations (London: Macmillan, 1985), pp. 1-29. With R.

Simeon.

Federalism and Income Security: Three Faces of Federalism”, in T. Courchene, D.W. Conklin and G. Cook, eds., Ottawa and the Provinces: The Distribution of Money and Power, Volume I (Toronto: Ontario Economic Council, 1985), pp. 253-76. “Institutional Conservatism: Federalism and Pensions”, in J.S. Ismael, ed., Canadian Social Welfare Policy: Federal and Provincial Dimensions (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1985), pp. 48-74. “Images of the Modern State”, in K. Banting, ed., State and Society in the Modern Era (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1986), pp. 1-20.

The State and Economic Interests: an overview”, in K.

Banting, ed., The State and

Economic Interests (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1986), pp. 1-33. “Visions of the Welfare State”, in S.B. Seward, ed., The Future of Social Welfare in Britain and Canada (Ottawa: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1987), pp. 147-65. “The Welfare State and Inequality in the 1980s”, Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology vol. 24(3), 1987, pp. 309-38. “Political Meaning and Social Reform: The Meech Lake Accord and the Spending Power”, in C. Rogerson and K. Swinton, eds., Competing Visions of Constitutionalism: The Meech Lake Accord (Toronto: Carswell, 1988), pp. 161-73.

Federalism, Social Reform and the Spending Power”, Canadian Public Policy, vol.

xiv(s), 1988, pp. 81-92. “Social Housing In a Divided State: Federalism and Public Housing in Canada”, in G. Fallis and A. Murray, eds., Housing the Homeless and the Poor (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1990), pp. 115-63. “Constitutional Reform and Provincial Programs: in M. McMillan, ed., Provincial Finances: Problems and Prospects (Toronto: Canadian Tax Foundation, 1991), pp. 129-43. “Federalism and the Supreme Court of Canada: Competing Bases of Legitimation”, in Ontario Law Reform Commission, Appointing Judges: Philosophy, Politics and Practice (Toronto: The Commission, 1991), pp.

31-55.

The Politics of Wealth Taxes”, Canadian Public Policy, vol. XVII(3) 1991, pp. 351-67. “Neoconservatism in an Open Economy: The Social Role of the Canadian State”, International Political Science Review, vol. 13(2) 1992, pp. 149-70. “If Quebec Separates: Restructuring Northern North America”, in K. Weaver, ed., The Collapse of Canada? (Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution, 1992), pp. 159-78. “Economic Integration and Policy Harmonization: Convergence and Divergence in Social Policy in Canada and the United States”, in T. Hunsley, ed., Social Policy in a Global Economy (Kingston: School of Policy Studies, 1992), pp.

21-43.

Managing a Multiauthor Research Project in Comparative Politics”, PS: Political Science and Politics, vol. XXVI, 1993, pp. 784-88. With K. Weaver, T.J. Pempll, N. Davidson, S. Verba. “The Future of Fiscal Federalism: an Overview”, in K.G. Banting, D. Brown and T.J. Courchene, eds., The Future of Fiscal Federalism (Kingston: School of Policy Studies,

1994), pp. 3-21. With D. Brown and T.J. Courchene. “Social Policy Challenges in a Global Society”, in Daniel Morales-Gomez and Mario Torres, eds., Social Policy in a Global Society: Parallels and Lessons from the CanadaLatin America Experience (Ottawa: International Development Research Centre, 1995), pp.

31-62. “Polarization and Social Policy Reform: Evidence and Issues”, in K. Banting and C. Beach, eds., Labour Market Polarization and Social Policy Reform (Kingston: School of Policy Studies, 1995), pp. 1-20. With C. Beach and G. Betcherman. “Canada”, in M. Cichon and L. Samuel, eds., Making Social Protection Work: The Challenge of Tripartism in Social Protection Governance for Countries in Transition (Budapest: International Labour Organization: Central and Eastern European Team, 1995), pp. 145-55.

The Social Security Review: policy-making in a semi-sovereign society”, Canadian Public Administration, vol. 38(2), 1995, pp. 283-290. “The Welfare State as Statescraft: Territorial Politics and Canadian Social Policy”, in S. Liebfried and P. Pierson, eds., European Social Policy: Between Fragmentation and Integration (Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution, 1995), pp. 269-300. “Social Policy in a North American Free-Trade Area”, in Charles Doran, ed., A New North America (New York: Greenwood Press, 1996), pp. 91-111.

Social Policy”, in G.B. Doern, L. Pal and B. Tomlin, eds., Border Crossings: The Internationalization of Canadian Policy (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1996), pp.

27-54. “Reforming Retirement Income Policy: an Overview,” in K. Banting and R. Boadway, eds., Reform of Retirement Income Policy: International and Canadian Perspectives (Kingston: School of Policy Studies, 1997), pp. 1-26. With R. Boadway. “The Social Policy Divide: the Welfare State in Canada and the United States,” in K. Banting, G. Hoberg and R. Simeon, eds., Degrees of Freedom: Canada and the United States in a Changing World (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1997), pp. 267-309.

Changing Economies, Changing Societies,” in K. Banting, G. Hoberg and R. Simeon, eds., Degrees of Freedom: Canada and the United States in a Changing World (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1997), pp. 23-70. With R. Simeon. “Globalization, Fragmentation and the Social Contract,” in K. Banting, G. Hoberg and R. Simeon, eds., Degrees of Freedom: Canada and the United States in a Changing World

(Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1997), pp. 389-415. With R. Simeon and G. Hoberg. “The Internationalization of the Social Contract,” in T.J.

Courchene, ed., The Nation State in a Global/Information Era (Kingston: John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, 1997), pp.255-85. “The Past Speaks to the Future: Lessons from the Postwar Social Union” in H. Lazar, ed., Canada: the State of the Federation 1997: Non-Constitutional Renewal (Kingston: Institute for Intergovernmental Relations, 1998), pp. 39-69. “Social Citizenship and the Multicultural Welfare State” in A. Cairns, J. Courtney, P. MacKinnon, H. Michelmann and D. Smith, eds., Citizenship, Diversity and Pluralism: Canadian and Comparative Perspectives (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1999), pp.

108-136.

The Nonprofit Sector in Canada: An Introduction” in K. Banting, ed., The Nonprofit Sector in Canada: Roles and Relationships (Kingston and Montreal: School of Policy Studies and McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2000), pp. 1-28. With M. Hall. “Looking in Three Directions: Migration and the European Welfare State in Comparative Perspective,” in M. Bommes and A. Geddes, eds., Immigration and Welfare: Challenging the Borders of the Welfare State (London: Routlege, 2000) pp. 12-33. “The Longest Decade: Introduction and Overview” in K. Banting, A. Sharpe and F. St.- Hilaire, eds., The Review of Economic Performance and Social Progress (Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy and Centre for the Study of Living Standards, 2001), pp.

1-20. With A. Sharpe and F. St.-Hilaire.

The Nonprofit Sector and Government in a New Century: An Introduction,” in Kathy Brock and Keith Banting, eds., The Nonprofit Sector and Government in a New Century (Kingston and Montreal: School of Policy Studies and McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2001), pp. 1-20. With Kathy Brock. “Health Policy and Federalism: An Introduction,” in Keith Banting and Stan Corbett, editors, Health Policy and Federalism: A Comparative Perspective on Multi-Level Governance (Kingston and Montreal: School of Policy Studies and McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2002), pp. 1-38. With S. Corbett.

The Scope for Domestic Choice: Policy Autonomy in a Globalizing World,” in G.

Hoberg, ed., Capacity for Choice: Canada in a New North America (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002), 252-98. With R. Simeon and G. Hoberg. “Towards a Social Understanding of Productivity: an Introduction and Overview,” in Andrew Sharpe, France St.-Hilaire and Keith Banting, editors, The Review of Economic

Performance and Social Well-Being: Towards a Social Understanding of Productivity (Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy and Centre for the Study of Living Standards, 2002) pp. 1-27. With A. Sharpe and F. St-Hilaire. “The Paradox of Integration: National and Sub-National Variation in Income Maintenance Programs in Canada and the United States,” in Richard Harris, editor, North American Linkages (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2003), pp. 533-72. With G. Boychuk. “Are Multiculturalism Policies Bad for the Welfare State?” Dissent, Fall 2003: 59-66. With W. Kymlicka.

Defining the Sharing Community: the Federal Role in Health Care,” in H.

Lazar and F. St-Hilaire, editors, Money, Politics and Health Care: Reconstructing the FederalProvincial Relationship (Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 2004), pp. 3-77. With R. Boadway. “Federal-Provincial Relations in Health Care: Reconstructing the Partnership,” in H. Lazar and F. St. Hilaire, editors, Money, Politics and Health Care: Reconstructing the Federal-Provincial Partnership (Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 2004), pp. 251-87. With H. Lazar, R. Boadway, D. Cameron and F. St. Hilaire. “Ethnicity, Trust and the Welfare State,” in Philippe van Parijs, ed., Cultural Diversity versus Economic Solidarity (Brussels: Deboeck Université Press, 2004), pp.

33-57. With Stuart Soroka and Richard Johnston.

Do Multiculturalism Policies Erode the Welfare State?” in Philippe van Parijs, ed., Cultural Diversity versus Economic Solidarity (Brussels: Deboeck Université Press, 2004), pp. 227-284. With Will Kymlicka. “The Multicultural Welfare State: International Experience and North American Narratives,” Social Policy and Administration, vol. 39 (2) April 2005: 98-115. “Canada: Nation-Building in a Federal Welfare State,” in Herbert Obinger, Stephan Leibfried and Frank G. Castles, eds., Federalism and the Welfare State: New World and European Experiences (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005), pp.

89-137. “What’s A Country for? Canadian Social Policy in the New North America,” in Richard G. Harris and Thomas Lemieux, editors, Social and Labour Market Aspects of North American Linkages (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2005), pp. 29-38. “Community, Federalism and Fiscal Arrangements,” in Harvey Lazar, editor, Canadian Fiscal Arrangements: What Works, What Might Work Better? (Kingston and Montreal: Queen’s University, Institute of Intergovernmental Relations and McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2005), pp. 37-50.

Do We Know Where We are Going? The New Social Policy in Canada,” Canadian Public Policy, vol. XXXI (4): 2005: 421-29. “Social Citizenship and Federalism: Is a Federal Welfare State a Contradiction in Terms?” in Scott Greer, editor, Territory, Democracy and Justice: Regionalism and Federalism in Western Democracies (London: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2006), pp. 44-66. “Ethnic Diversity and the Welfare State: A North American Perspective,” in Simone Delorenzi, ed., Going Places: Neighbourhood, ethnicity and social mobility (London, UK: Institute for Public Policy Research, 2006), pp. 90-113. “Immigration and Redistribution in the Global Era,” in Michael Wallerstein, Pranab Bardhan and Samuel Bowles, eds., Globalization and Social Redistribution (Princeton, NJ and New York: Princeton University Press and the Russell Sage Foundation, 2006), pp.

261-288. With Stuart Soroka and Richard Johnston.

Disembedding Liberalism: The New Social Policy Paradigm in Canada,” in David Green and Jonathan Kesselman, editors, Dimensions of Inequality in Canada (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2006), pp. 417-452. This book was the winner of the 2007 Douglas Purvis Prize for a highly significant contribution to Canadian public policy. “Immigration, Multiculturalism and the Welfare State,” Ethics and International Affairs, vol. 20: 3: 281-304 (2006). With Will Kymlicka. “Introduction: Multiculturalism and the welfare state: Setting the context” in Keith Banting and Will Kymlicka, eds., Multiculturalism and the Welfare State: Recognition and Redistribution in Contemporary Democracies (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp.

1-48. With Will Kymlicka.

Do multicultural policies erode the welfare state? An empirical analysis,” in Keith Banting and Will Kymlicka, eds., Multiculturalism and the Welfare State: Recognition and Redistribution in Contemporary Democracies (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 49-91. With Richard Johnston, Will Kymlicka and Stuart Soroka. “Ethnicity, Trust and the Welfare State,” in Fiona Kay and Richard Johnston, eds., Social Capital, Diversity and the Welfare State (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2006). With Stuart Soroka and Richard Johnston.

Introduction” in Keith Banting, Thomas Courchene and Leslie Seidle, editors, Belonging? Diversity, Recognition and Shared Citizenship in Canada (Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 2007), pp.

1-36. With Thomas Courchene and Leslie Seidle. “Conclusion: Diversity, Belonging and Shared Citizenship,” in Keith Banting, Thomas Courchene and Leslie Seidle, editors, Belonging? Diversity, Recognition and Shared

Citizenship in Canada (Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 2007), pp. 647-687. With Thomas Courchene and Leslie Seidle. “The Ties that Bind: Social Diversity and Cohesion in Canada,” in Keith Banting, Thomas Courchene and Leslie Seidle, eds., Belonging? Diversity, Recognition and Shared Citizenship in Canada (Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 2007), pp. 561-600. With Stuart Soroka and Richard Johnston. “The Three Federalisms: Social Policy and Intergovernmental Decision-Making,” in Herman Bakvis and Grace Skogstad, eds., Canadian Federalism: Performance, Effectiveness, and Legitimacy (Don Mills: Oxford University Press, 2 nd edition, 2007), pp.

137-160. “The Canadian Paradox: The Public-Private Divide in Health Insurance and Pensions,” in Daniel Béland and Brian Gran, eds., Public and Private Social Policy: Health and Pension Policies in a new Era. (London: Palgrave Macmillan 2007), pp. 92-122. With Gerard Boychuk.

The Welfare State as Statecraft: Territorial Politics and Canadian Social Policy revisited,” in Toshimitsu Shinkawa, ed., The Welfare State in a Multicultural Society. Kyoto: Minerva, 2008, pp. 111-139. In Japanese. “Canada as Counter-Narrative: Multiculturalism, Recognition and Redistribution,” in Linda White, Richard Simeon, Rob Vipond and Jennifer Waller, eds., The Comparative Turn in Canadian Political Science (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2008) pp. 59-76.

Canadian Multiculturalism: Global Anxieties and Local Debates,” British Journal of Canadian Studies, vol.

23 (1), 2010: 43-72. With Will Kymlicka. “National Identity and Support for the Welfare State,” Canadian Journal of Political Science, vol. 43 (2), 2010: 349-377. With Richard Johnston, Will Kymlicka and Stuart Soroka. “Decentralization, welfare and social citizenship in contemporary democracies,” Introduction to special issue on “Federalism, Decentralization and the welfare state,” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 2010, 28 (3): 381-388. With Joan Costa-Font.

Is There a Progressive`s Dilemma in Canada? Immigration, Multiculturalism and the Welfare State”, Canadian Journal of Political Science, vol. 43 (4), 2010, pp. 797-820. (CPSA Presidential Address). “Are Diversity and Solidarity Incompatible? Canada in Comparative Context”, Inroads:

The Canadian Journal of Opinion, vol. 29, 2011, pp. 36-48. With Richard Johnston, Will Kymlicka and Stuart Soroka. “Minority Nationalism and Immigrant Integration in Canada,” Nations and Nationalism, vol. 18 (2), 2012: 156-176. With Stuart Soroka. “The Three Federalisms Revisited: Social Policy and Intergovernmental Decisionmaking,” in Herman Bakvis and Grace Skogstad, eds., Canadian Federalism: Performance, Effectiveness, and Legitimacy.

Don Mills: Oxford University Press, 3 nd edition, 2012, pp. pp. 141-164. “Remaking Immigration: Asymmetric Decentralization and Canadian Federalism,” in Herman Bakvis and Grace Skogstad, eds., Canadian Federalism: Performance, Effectiveness, and Legitimacy. Don Mills: Oxford University Press, 3 nd edition, 2012, pp. 261-281.

Introduction: Debating Employment Insurance,” in Keith Banting and Jon Medow, eds, Making EI Work: Research from the Mowat Centre EI Task Force. Montreal: Mowat Centre and McGill Queen’s University Press, 2012, pp. 1-34. “Canada” in Christian Joppke and Leslie Seidle, eds., Immigrant Integration in Federal Countries. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2012, pp.78-111. “Introduction: The Fading of Redistributive Politics”, in Keith Banting and John Myles, eds., Inequality and the Fading of Redistributive Politics. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2013, pp. 1-39. With John Myles.

Multicultural Diversity and Redistribution: Immigrants, Aboriginal Peoples and Public Support for Social Programs,” in Keith Banting and John Myles, eds., Inequality and the Fading of Redistributive Politics. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2013, pp. 165-186. With Stuart Soroka and Edward Koning. “Canadian Social Futures: Concluding Reflections”, in Keith Banting and John Myles. Eds., Inequality and the Fading of Redistributive Politics. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2013, pp. 413-427. With John Myles. “Is There Really a Retreat From Multiculturalism Policies? New Evidence from the Multiculturalism Policy Index”, Comparative European Politics, vol.

11(5) 2013: 577-598. With Will Kymlicka.

The Global Promise of Federalism”, in Grace Skogstad, David Cameron and Martin Papillon and Keith Banting, eds., The Global Promise of Federalism, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013), pp. 3-16. With Grace Skogstad, David Cameron and Martin Papillon.

Inequality below the Surface: Reviewing Immigrants' Access to and Utilization of Five Canadian Welfare Programs”, Canadian Public Policy, vol. 39 (4), 2013: 581-601. With Edward Koning. “Transatlantic Convergence? The Archaeology of Immigrant Integration in Canada and Europe”, International Journal, forthcoming vol.

69(1), March 2014. WORKING PAPERS “Social Citizenship and the Multicultural Welfare State”, Working Paper No. 69, Center for European Studies, Harvard University, 1999.

Ethnicity, Trust and the Welfare State,” (with S. Soroka and R. Johnston.). Equality, Security and Community Project, Centre for Research on Economic and Social Policy, University of British Columbia,.2003. “Disembedding Liberalism? The Social Policy Trajectory in Canada,” Equality, Security and Community Project, Centre for Research on Economic and Social Policy, University of British Columbia, 2003. “Do Multiculturalism Policies Erode the Welfare State?” (with Will Kymlicka). Luxembourg Income Study Working Paper No. 366. Revised version 2005. “National Identity and Support for the Welfare State,” Canadian Journal of Political Science, vol.

43 (2), 2010: 349-377. With Richard Johnston, Will Kymlicka and Stuart Soroka. Reprinted as Working Paper 2010: 11, Linnaeus Centre for Integration Studies, University of Stockholm.

Is There Really a Backlash Against Multiculturalism Policies? New Evidence from the Multiculturalism Policy Index” (with Will Kymlicka), GRITIM-UPF Working Paper Series, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona; and SULCIS Working Paper Series, Stockholm University (2013). “Ethnic Diversity and Social Solidarity in Canada”, with Stuart Soroka, Richard Johnston and Will Kymlicka. Canadian Election Study Working Papers Series, Working Paper #2013-03. http://ces-eec.org/files/SJKB(CES).pdf OTHER PUBLICATIONS, REVIEWS AND COMMENTS: “The Social Reformer in the 1980s”, in Canadian Council on Social Development, Issues in Canadian Social Policy, Volume II (Ottawa: The Council, 1984), pp.

45-55.

Universality and the Development of the Welfare State”, in A. Green and N. Olewiler, eds., Report of the Policy Forum on Universality and Social Policies in the 1980s (Kingston: John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, 1985), pp. 7-14. “Economic Consultation and the Macdonald Commission”, in The Consultative Process in Business - Government Relations (edited proceedings of the Max Bell Conference on Business-Government Relations, Faculty of Administrative Studies, York University, 1987).

Royal Commission on the Economic Union and Development Prospects for Canada (The Macdonald Commission)”, The Canadian Encyclopedia, Second edition (Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 1988).

Comment on Policy as Process”, in T. Courchene and A. Stewart, eds., Essays on Canadian Public Policy (Kingston: School of Policy Studies, 1991), pp. 187-91. “The Canadian Welfare State: Crisis and Continuity”, in K. Banting, M. Hawes, R. Simeon and E. Willis, eds., Policy Choices: Political Agendas in Canada and the United States (Kingston: School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University, 1991), pp. 29-46. “Ends and Means in Social Policy”, in E.B. Reynolds, ed., Income Security in Canada: Changing Needs, Changing Means (Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1993), pp. 37-41.

With Forum Directors Group, “Keynote Paper”, in National Forum on Family Security, Family Security in Insecure Times (Ottawa: Canadian Council on Social Development, 1993), pp. 1-18. “Keeping our Balance: the Political Imperatives of Social Policy Reform”, Policy Options, vol. 15(6), 1994, pp. 64-69. “The Way Beavers Build Dams: Social Policy Change in Canada” in K. Banting and K. Battle, eds., A New Social Vision for Canada: Perspectives on the Federal Discussion Paper on Social Security Reform (Kingston: School of Policy Studies and Caledon Institute of Social Policy, 1994), pp. 131-137.

Globalization, Economic Integration and Social Policy”, in L.

Bella, ed., Rethinking Social Welfare: People, Policy and Practice (St. Johns: Proceedings of the Sixth Biennial Social Welfare Policy Conference, 1994), pp. 29-37. “Institutional Reform and Efficient Policy: Rapporteur’s Summary” in B. Purchase, ed., Policy Making and Competitiveness (Kingston: School of Policy Studies, 1994), pp. 167-75. “Who ‘R’ Us?”, in T. Courchene and T. Wilson, eds., The 1995 Federal Budget:

Retrospect and Prospect (Kingston: John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, 1995), pp. 173-181. “Social Citizenship and the Social Union in Canada”, Policy Options, vol. 19(9), 1998, pp. 33-36. “Do We Know Where We Are Going?” in Paul Hobson and Thomas Wilson, editors, The 2000 Federal Budget: Retrospect and Prospect (Kingston and Toronto: John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, Queen’s University and Institute for Policy Analysis, University of Toronto, 2001), pp. 160-64.

The Canadian Pension System,” in Canadian Studies Program: Proceedings of a Symposium, Japan, 2000 (in Japanese).

The Social Contract in a New Century: Choice and Social Cohesion in a Global Era,” The 2003 Donald Gow Memorial Lecture, School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University, 2003. “Multiculturalism and the Welfare State: an Emerging Debate,” Canadian Diversity, Vol. 4 (1): Winter 2005, pp. 103-106. With Will Kymlicka. “Open Federalism and Canada’s Economic and Social Union: Back to the Future?” in Institute on Intergovernmental Relations, Open Federalism: Interpretations, Significance (Kingston: Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, Queen’s University 2006), pp. 77-86. “Last Bastion of Dirigisme” Literary Review of Canada, vol.

14 (9) 2006: 23-24. (Review essay on Public Science, Private Interests: Culture and Commerce in Canada’s Networks of Centres of Excellence, by Janet Atkinson-Gosjean).

Preface,” in Jennifer Robson and Peter Nares, editors, Wealth and Well-Being: Ownership and Opportunity (North York: Social and Enterprise Development Innovations – SEDI. 2006), pp. ii-iv. “The Social Condition in British Columbia.” A Discussion Paper. BC Progress Board, (Advisory Council to the Government of BC). Vancouver, December 2006. 44pp. “Debating the Federal Government’s Role in Social Policy: Rapporteur’s Report,” in Hamish Telford, Peter Graefe and Keith Banting, Defining the Federal Role in Social Policy: The Spending Power and Other Instruments, IRPP Policy Matters, Vol. 9, no.

3, 2008, pp. 108-123.

Book Review: D. Zuberi, Differences That Matter: Social Policy and the Working Poor in the United States and Canada (Cornell University Press) in Perspectives on Politics, vol. 7(2), (2009), pp. 440-41.

Book review. Stephen Tierney, ed., Accommodating Cultural Diversity (Ashgate) in Journal of Multicultural and Multicultural Diversity, vol. 31:1 (2010), pp. 102-04. “In Praise of Cowboy Federalism: juridical and political federalism in Belgium and Canada,” in Bea Cantillon, Patricia Popelier and Ninke Mussche. Eds., Social Federalism: The Creation of a Layered Welfare State.

(Antwerp: Intersentia 201), pp. 273-277. “The Canadian Model of Immigration and Welfare” in Norges offentlige utredninger Velferd og migrasjon: Den norske modellens framtid. Oslo: Government of Norway, July 2011, pp. 478-502. With Edward Koning.

TRANSLATIONS L’État et la Societé: le Canada dans une optique comparative (Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services, 1986). Translation of State and Society in the Modern Era: Canada in Comparative Perspective (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1986), xiii, 131 pp. L’État et les milieux économiques (Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services, 1986). Translation of The State and Economic Interests (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1986), xv, 337 pp. “Integración económica y convergencia social: política social canadiense en una economía norteamericana”, in G. Vega, ed., México-Estados Unidos-Canadá, 1991-92 (México: El Colegio de México, 1993), pp.

521-46.

La Reforma Pensionaria en Canadá,” in C.R. Durán, ed., Sistemas de Seguridad Social en el Siglio XXI (Mexico City: Editorial Diona and Fundacion Luis Donaldo Colosio, 1997), pp. 79-100. “Politica territoriale e federalismo canadese: un paese in bilico,” in B. Dente at al, eds., Governare con il federalismo (Turin: Edizioni Fondazion Giovanni Agnelli, 1997), pp. 65-103. “Federalismo, standard nazionali e integracione politica,” in Istituto di Studi sulle Regioni, Regionalismo, Federalismo, Welfare State (Milan: Giuffré, 1997), pp. 105-32. “Sir Galahad o Re Canute? Il decentramento e il ruolo federale nell’assistenza sanitaria canadese,” L’Assistenza Sociale, nos.

1/2, January-June, 1997, pp. 29-43. “Le Canada et la politique d’autonomie dans le contexte de la mondialization,” in La capacité de choisir: Le Canada dans une nouvelle Amérique du Nord (Montréal: Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 2002), pp. 277-325. Translation of : “The Scope for

Domestic Choice: Policy Autonomy in a Globalizing World,” in G. Hoberg, ed., Capacity for Choice: Canada in a New North America (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002), 252-98. With R. Simeon and G. Hoberg. "Multikulturalizam i drzava blagostanja", Habitus (Novi Sad), Issue: 9-10, 2003-2004, pp. 11-23 Translated in Serbian of “Are Multiculturalism Policies Bad for the Welfare State?” Dissent, Fall 2003: 59-66. With W. Kymlicka. “Réforme institutionnelle et efficience des politiques”, in B. Purchase, ed., Élaboration des politiques et compétitivité (Kingston: École des études en politiques publiques, 1994), pp.

199-209. Translation of “Institutional Reform and Efficient Policy: Rapporteur’s Summary” in B. Purchase, ed., Policy Making and Competitiveness (Kingston: School of Policy Studies, 1994), pp. 167-75.

Les politiques de multiculturalisme nuisent-elles à l’État-providence?” in Lien Social et Politiques, 53 (printemps 2005): 119-127. Translation of “Are Multiculturalism Policies Bad for the Welfare State?” Dissent, Fall 2003: 59-66. With W. Kymlicka. Derechos de las minorías y Estado de beinestar, translated by Francisco Ibarra Palafox (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas Num. 115, México, 2007), 87 pp. Translation of “Do Multiculturalism Policies Erode the Welfare State?” in Philippe van Parijs, ed., Cultural Diversity versus Economic Solidarity (Brussels: Deboeck Université Press, 2004), pp.

227-284. With Will Kymlicka. “Choix Politiques et Solidarité Sociale à l’Heure de la Mondialisation,” Policy Options, Vol. 25 (7), August 2004, pp. 42-49.

Kaigai Shakai Hosho Kenyu (The Review of Comparative Social Security Research), No. 163, Summer 2008, pp. 4-17. Translation in Japanese of “Canada as Counter-Narrative: Multiculturalism, Recognition and Redistribution,” in Linda White, Richard Simeon, Rob Vipond and Jennifer Waller, eds., The Comparative Turn in Canadian Political Science (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2008) pp. 59-76. “Le contre-exemple canadien: multiculturalisme, reconnaissance et redistribution,” in J-E. Fossum and J. Poirier, eds., Ties that Bind (Brussels: Peter Land Publishers, 2009), pp. 335-358.

Translation of “Canada as Counter-Narrative: Multiculturalism, Recognition and Redistribution,” in Linda White, Richard Simeon, Rob Vipond and Jennifer Waller, eds., The Comparative Turn in Canadian Political Science (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2008) pp. 59-76.

Immigrazione, multiculturalismo e welfare state,” La Rivista delle Politiche Sociali (Italian Journal of Social Policy), No. 2 (April) 2010, 13-44 Translation into Italian with a new prologue of “Immigration, Multiculturalism and the Welfare State,” Ethics and International Affairs, vol. 20: 3: 281-304 (2006). With Will Kymlicka.

Kanada – ett mångkulturellt paradis?” Framtider, (Journal of the Institute of Future Studies, Stockholm, Sweden), number 3, 2008, pp. 5-10. “Kanadski Multikulturalizam: Globalne Teskobe i Lokalne Polemike” in Temeasopis za Društvene Nauke #4 (2011), pp.

1177-19192. Translation into Serbian of “Canadian Multiculturalism: Global Anxieties and Local Debates” British Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 23 (1), 2010: 43-72. With Will Kymlicka. REPRINTS IN ENGLISH: “Poverty and Educational Priority” (chapter 4 of Poverty, Politics and Policy), reprinted in I. McNay and J. Ozga, eds., Policy Making in Education: The Breakdown of Consensus (Oxford: Pergamon Press and the Open University, 1985).

The Social Policy Process” (chapter 5 of Poverty, Politics and Policy), reprinted in M. Bulmer, et al., ed., Social Science and Social Policy (London: Allen and Unwin, 1986). “The Social Policy Divide: The Welfare State in Canada and the United States,” (from Degrees of Freedom: Canada and the United States in a Changing World), reprinted in Raymond Blake and Jeffrey Keshen, eds., Social Fabric or Patchwork Quilt: The Development of Social Policy in Canada (Peterborough: Broadview Press, 2006) “Looking in Three Directions: Migration and the European Welfare State in Comparative Perspective,” (from M.

Bommes and A. Geddes, eds., Immigration and Welfare: Challenging the Borders of the Welfare State), reprinted in Stephan Leibfried and Steffan Mau, eds., Welfare States: Construction, Deconstruction, Reconstruction (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2008), volume iii, pp. 410-434.

Do Multiculturalism Policies Erode the Welfare State?” (from Philippe van Parijs, ed., Cultural Diversity versus Economic Solidarity) reprinted in Stephan Leibfried and Steffan Mau, eds., Welfare States: Construction, Deconstruction, Reconstruction (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2008), vol iii, pp. 435-492. With Will Kymlicka. “Canada as Counter-Narrative: Multiculturalism, Recognition and Redistribution,” in Linda White, Richard Simeon, Rob Vipond and Jennifer Waller, eds., The Comparative Turn in Canadian Political Science (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2008) pp. 59-76. Reprinted in published in Optimum Online, vol 37:3, 2007 (www.otpimumonline.ca) “The Multicultural Welfare State: International Experience and North American Narratives,” Social Policy and Administration, vol.

39 (2) April 2005: 98-115. Reprinted in: Gerd Baumann and Steven Vertovec, eds., Multiculturalism: Critical Concepts on Sociology (London: Routledge, 2010).

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