Research

Book

  • Daniel Stockemer and Jean-Nicolas Bordeleau. (Forthcoming) Quantitative Research Methods for the Social Sciences: A Practical Introduction with R. Springer International Publishing AG

Peer-Reviewed Publications

  • Holly Ann Garnett and Jean-Nicolas Bordeleau. (2022) "Deploying Democracy:  Security Forces’ Involvement in Elections." Democracy & Security 18(2): 99-122. doi: 10.1080/17419166.2021.2010550

  • Holly Ann Garnett, Jean-Nicolas Bordeleau, Laura B. Stephenson, and Allison Harell. (2021) "Canadian Provincial Elections During the COVID-19 Pandemic." International IDEA. Available online here

  • Jean-Nicolas Bordeleau. (2021) "Securing Elections: A Comparative Assessment of Canada's Response to Foreign Interference." Centre for International and Defence Policy 7(3): 1-5. Available online here

  • Jean-Nicolas Bordeleau. (2020) "The Intelligence Accountability Framework in Canada: Outdated and Inadequate?" Federalism-E 21(2): 39-52. doi: 10.24908/fede.v21i1.13982

Ongoing Projects

  • Jean-Nicolas Bordeleau. "Do Unfounded Allegations of Election Fraud Influence the Likelihood of Voting?"

  • Jean-Nicolas Bordeleau, Adelheid Nicol, and Holly Ann Garnett. "Social Dominance Orientation and Right-Wing Authoritarianism are Related to Perceptions of Election Fraud and Support for Aggressive Electoral Control Measures."

  • Holly Ann Garnett, Jean-Nicolas Bordeleau, and Aimee McCurdy. "Social Media Platforms and the Believability of ‘Fake News’ Online."

  • Jean-Nicolas Bordeleau and Holly Ann Garnett. "Does Election Interference Rhetoric Influence Voters' Attitudes and Behaviours? Evidence From an Experimental Study in Canada."