Publications

Quigley, K., Macdonald, C., and Quigley, J. (2016), “Pre-Existing Condition: Taking Media Coverage into Account when Preparing for H1N1.” Canadian Public Administration.

Quigley, K. and Mills, B. (2016) “Set Adrift: Fatalism as Organizational Culture at Canadian Seaports.” Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

Quigley, K., Burns, C., & Stallard, K. (2015). “‘Cyber Gurus’: A rhetorical analysis of the language of cybersecurity specialists and the implications for security policy and critical infrastructure protection.” Government Information Quarterly32(2), 108-117

Fowler, T., & Quigley, K. (2014). Information, Innovation and the Boogeyman: Contextual Factors that Influence the Canadian Government’s Response to Cyberspace RiskInternational Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age (IJPADA)1(2), 97-115.

Quigley, K. (2013). ‘Man Plans, God Laughs’: Canada’s National Strategy for Protecting Critical InfrastructureCanadian Journal of Public Administration, 56, 1, 142–164.

Quigley, K., & Quigley, J. (2013). ‘Of Gods and Men’: Selected Print Media Coverage of Natural Disasters and Industrial Failures in Three Westminster CountriesJournal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

Quigley, K., & Roy, J. (February 01, 2012). Cyber-Security and Risk Management in an Interoperable World: An Examination of Governmental Action in North AmericaSocial Science Computer Review, 30, 1, 83–94.

In Print

Quigley, K. and Mills, B. (In print), “Set Adrift: Fatalism as Organizational Culture at Canadian Seaports.” Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

Quigley, K., and Porter, K. (In print), “Risk Refined at the Science-Policy Interface: The International Risk Governance Framework Applied to Different Classes of Coastal Zone Risks.” B. MacDonald, E. De Santo, S. Soomai, and P. Wells (eds.) Oceans of Information: Science-Policy Interface for Integrated Coastal and Ocean Management. Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Reports

Quigley, K., & Mills, B. (2014). An Analysis of Transportation Security Risk Regulation Regimes: Canadian Airports, Seaports, Rail, Trucking and Bridges.

This report was produced under Kanishka Project funding.

Quigley, K., & Bisset, B. (2014). An Analysis of the Risk Regulation Regime in Canada for Controlling Major Incidents Involving Dangerous Chemicals.

This report was produced under Kanishka Project funding.

Quigley, K. & Bisset, B. (2014). Analysis of the Regulatory Regime for Controlling Risks Related to the Canadian Food Supply Chain.

This report was produced under Kanishka Project funding.

Quigley, K., Burns, C., & Stallard, K. (2013). Communicating Effectively about Cyber-security Risks: Probabilities, Peer Networks and a Longer Term Education Program.

This report was produced under Public Safety Canada Contract: No. 7181309 Identifying and Effectively Communicating Cyber-security Risks