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Papillon, Martin

Research Fellow

  • Professor
  • Director, Centre de recherche sur les politiques et le développement social (CPDS)


  • Telephone 514-343-6111 #41938
Papillon, Martin


Martin Papillon (PhD, University of Toronto) is Director of the Centre de recherche sur les politiques et le développement social (CPDS). His areas of expertise are federalism, multilevel citizenship and the rights of Indigenous peoples. His most recent research projects focus on modern treaties and self-government agreements in Canada, the politics of Indigenous participation in natural resource extraction, and the implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples 

Areas of expertise


The State of the Federation 2013: Aboriginal Multilevel Governance, McGill-Queen’s Press, 2016 (avec André Juneau)

Comparing Canada: Methods and Perspectives on Canadian Politics, UBC Press, 2014 (avec Luc Turgeon, Jennifer Wallner et Stephen White, coll.)

Proponent-Indigenous Agreements and the Implementation of the Right to Free, Prior and Informed Consent in Canada, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, vol.62, 2017, 216–224 (avec Thierry Rodon)

Adapting Federalism: Indigenous Multilevel Governance in Canada and the United States, Publius: The Journal of Federalism 42(3), 2013, 289-312.

Les peuples autochtones et la citoyenneté: quelques effets contradictoires de la gouvernance néolibérale, Éthique publique, 14(1), 2012, 15-38.


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