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Dr. Martin Horak

Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Local Government Program, Western University

Martin Horak is Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Local Government Program at Western University. His research focuses on Canadian and comparative urban politics, with an emphasis on the dynamics of urban policy-making, multilevel governance, and the governance problems of large cities.

His publications include Governing the Post-communist City: Institutions and Democratic Development in Prague (University of Toronto Press 2007) and Sites of Governance: Multilevel Governance and Policy-Making in Canada’s Big Cities (McGill-Queens, 2012, co-edited with Robert Young). His current work includes research on neighborhood revitalization policy and on the multilevel politics of building urban transit infrastructure in Canadian and American cities.

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