2019 Case Study Competition
The 2019 National Public Administration Case Competition was held at Carleton University’s School of Public Policy & Administration on February 22 & 23, 2019. The case centred around the management of the Yemeni refugee crisis, requiring a strategic response from Canada’s governments. The scenario required students to brief the Cabinet, providing options and recommendations that reflected relevant provincial considerations.
- 2019 Case: Doing Good, or Doing Smart? A Strategic Response to a Global Crisis
- Cas 2019: Faire bien, ou faire intelligemment? Une réponse stratégique à une crise mondiale
The competition was judged by:
- Mark MacDonald, Partner, Government and Public Sector Business, Ernst & Young (EY)
- Anne Scotton, Regional Director General, Ontario Region, Indigenous Services Canada
- James Mitchell, Senior Fellow, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA), University of Ottawa
- Neil Bouwer, Vice-President, Innovation and Policy Services, Canada School of Public Service
- Scott Thompson, CEO, IPAC
- Tessa Hebb, Senior Research Fellow, Carleton Centre for Community Innovation, Carleton University
Thank you to all of the judges for sharing their experience, wisdom, and time with the students and their coaches.
Twelve excellent teams representing universities from across the country took part in the competition, performing very well.