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Jeffrey Roy


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School of Public Administration

Email: Roy@dal.ca
Phone: 902-494-2752
Fax: 902-494-7023
Mailing Address: 
Kenneth C. Rowe Management Building
6100 University Ave, PO Box 15000
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 4R2



  • PhD (Carleton)
  • MBA (Ottawa)
  • BA (Waterloo)

Selected Awards and Honours

  • 2006-2010  E-Government and Service Transformation in Canada (principal investigator), Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council

Selected Publications

  • Roy, J. (2017). Smart Cities in Canada: An Examination of Progress and Impediments in Halifax, Canada. Smart City and Service Innovation: Lessons on implementing governance in co-production (Special Issue of the International Journal of Services, Technology and Management).
  • Roy, J. (2016). Data, Dialogue, and Innovation: Opportunities and Challenges for “Open Government”. Journal of Innovation Management 4 (1).
  • Roy, J., (2016). Mobility and Service Innovation: A Critical Examination of Opportunities and Challenges for Governments in Canada. International Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age 3 (4).
  • Roy, J., (2016). Apple & Encryption: Politicizing Privacy & Security in a Mobile Age. Canadian Government Executive (May issue). Ottawa: Navatar Press.
  • Roy, J., (2014). Secrecy, Security & Digital Literacy in an Era of Meta-Data: Why the Canadian Westminster Model Falls Short. Intelligence and National Security. .
  • Roy, J., (2014). Open Data and Open Governance in Canada: A Critical Examination of New Opportunities and Old Tensions. Future Internet Journal 6 (3).
  • Roy, J., (2014). Cloud Computing and Gov 2.0: Traditionalism or Transformation across the Canadian Public Sector? International Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age 1 (1).
  • Gruzd, A. and Roy, J., (2014).  Investigating Political Polarization on Twitter: A Canadian Perspective. Policy & Internet 6(1). 
  • Roy, J., (2013). From Machinery to Mobility: Government and Democracy in a Participative Age. Springer: New York.

Current Teaching

  • PUAD 3810 - Government Policy Toward Business
  • BUSI 6009  - Business and Government
  • PUAD 6500  - Business and Government
  • PUAD 6555  - Management of Information (E-Government) and Public Administration
  • ECMM 6026  - Management of Information (E-Government): International Experiences and Perspectives