Professor of Political Science
Communities & Connections, School of Arts and Social Sciences
Dr. Andrew Molloy is a Professor of Political Science and a member of the teaching faculty in the MBA.CED program at Cape Breton University.
He has authored or co-authored articles in books, journals and reports on such topics as Canadian government public sector renewal, Montreal municipal party politics, Toronto municipal environmental politics, tax reform, the effects of globalization on labour market policies, local coal industries in a global market, Quebec nationalism, the Reform Party of Canada and Art and Culture. His latest article, “The quiet crisis and the emergence of La Relève: A study of crisis perception and executive leadership within the Canadian federal public service, 1997-2002” was co-written with Dr. David Johnson for Canadian Public Administration (June, 2009). He served on the Nova Scotia Electoral Boundaries Commission in 2002.