Richard Marceau is a professor at the National School of Public Administration (ÉNAP), University of Quebec. Prof. Marceau obtained his bachelor’s degree in Physics from Laval University, his Master’s in Water Sciences at the National Institute of Scientific Research, University of Quebec, and his Ph.D. in Political Science from Laval University. His teaching at ÉNAP relates mainly to program evaluation and public policy analysis. His research in policy analysis is concentrated in the environmental and education sectors. Prof. Marceau’s publications include program evaluation studies in wastewater management, university studies programs, and regional economic development. He also published several books on environmental policy. Works in education policy include: La question scolaire au Canada, 1998 (with J.-L. Migué, Policy Options); Conséquences du choix de l’école: Effectifs, financement, dépenses par élève et résultats scolaires au primaire et au secondaire, 1996 (avec S. Couture); Le monopole public de l’éducation, 1989 (with J.-L. Migué).