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John Kirton John James Kirton

CURRICULUM VITAE


A. BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

1. PERSONAL

NAME: John James Kirton

UNIVERSITY ADDRESS:
University of Toronto
Centre for International Studies
1 Devonshire Place
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3K7
Tel: (416) 978-4652
Fax: (416) 971-2087
E-mail: john.kirton@utoronto.ca


1. DEGREES

B.A. (Political Science), 1971, University of Toronto

M.A. (International Affairs), 1973, Carleton University

Ph.D. (International Studies), 1977, School of Advanced International Studies,
Johns Hopkins University, "The Conduct and Co-ordination of Canadian Government Decision-Making Towards the United States," Supervisor, Professor Roger Swanson,

3. EMPLOYMENT

Associate Professor (with tenure) (1982-Present)
Department of Political Science, University of Toronto
Appointment to Graduate School - 1983
Tenure awarded - 1982

Previous Academic Appointments

Research Fellow (1976-1977), Institute of International Relations
University of British Columbia

Assistant Professor (1977-1982), Department of Political Economy
University of Toronto

4. HONOURS

Visiting Scholar, Faculty of Integrated Arts and Science, University of Tokushima, Japan, May 2000.

Member, International Trade Advisory Committee, Government of Canada, 1995-7

"Gold Tiger" Award, February 1996, in the Business-Reference category for the University of Toronto's World Wide Web Collection of G7 research materials developed with Professor Peter Hajnal of the Faculty of Information Studies.

Canadian Prime Minister's Book Publication Award, 1994 Best Manuscript, Collaborative Research, in Japan.

Visiting Scholar (Spring 1981), Center of Canadian Studies, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University.

Visiting Scholar, Institute of International Relations (May-June 1979) University of British Columbia.

5. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND ACTIVITIES

Director G7 Research Group, May 1987 - Present

Editor, The G8 and Global Governance Series, Ashgate Publications, December 1998-

Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Canadian American Public Policy, 1990 - Present

Member, Editorial Board, North American Outlook, 1996- Present

Adjunct Fellow, Centre for International and Strategic Studies, York University, 1987 - Present

Project Leader, NAFTA Environmental Effects Project, 1995-7

Middle East Focus, Associate Editor, 1985-1987, Chairman of the Board of Contributing Editors, 1987-93.

Special Projects Officer, Department of External Affairs and International Trade, October 7, 1992 - March 31, 1993

B. ACADEMIC HISTORY

6. RESEARCH ENDEAVOURS

Trade, Environment, and Competitiveness
The G7 and Global Governance
NAFTA, FTAA, Canada-US Relations
Canada-Japan Relations, Canada Relations with APEC
Canadian Foreign Policy



B. ACADEMIC HISTORY

6. A. RESEARCH ENDEAVOURS

Trade, Environment, and Competitiveness
The G7 and Global Governance
NAFTA, FTAA, Canada-US Relations
Canada-Japan Relations, Canada Relations with APEC
Canadian Foreign Policy

C. SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL WORK

Books/Monographs

Kirton, John J., Daniels, Joseph & Freytag, Andreas (Eds.). (2001). Guiding global order: G8 governance in the twenty-first century. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Kirton, John J. & Takase, Junichi. (Eds.). (2001). New directions in global political governance: The G8 and international order for the twenty-first century. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Kirton, John J., Kaiser, Karl & Daniels, Joseph P. (Eds.). (2000). Shaping a new international financial system: Challenges of governance in a globalizing world. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Hodges, Michael, Kirton, John J. & Daniels, Joseph (Eds.). (1999). The G8's role in the new millennium. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Rugman, Alan M., Kirton, John J., & Soloway, Julie. (1999). Environmental regulations and corporate strategy: A NAFTA perspective. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kirton, John J. & Woo, Yuen Pau (Eds.). (1999). Great expectations: Shaping APEC's next decade. Vancouver: Asian Pacific Foundation of Canada.

Rugman, Alan M., Kirton, John J. & Soloway, Julie A. (1998). Trade and the Environment: Economic, Legal and Policy Perspectives. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Fry, Michael, Kirton, John J. & Kurosawa, Mitsuru (Eds.). (1998). The north Pacific triangle: The United States, Japan and Canada at century's end. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Kirton, John J. (1997). Canada and APEC: Contributions and challenges. Vancouver: Asia-Pacific Foundation of Canada. Asia-Pacific Papers 3.

Minden, Karen, Kirton, John J. & Parker, Steve. (1997). Linking the APEC community: Canada's objectives for APEC 1997. Vancouver: Asia-Pacific Foundation of Canada.

Kirton, John & de Castro, Rafael Fernández. (1997). NAFTA's institutions: The environmental potential and performance of the NAFTA free trade commission and related bodies. Montreal: Commission for Environmental Cooperation.

Kirton, John J., Minden, Karen, Parker, Steve & Studer, Isabel. (Eds.). (1997). Canada and the challenge of APEC: The road to Vancouver. Vancouver: Asia-Pacific Foundation of Canada.

Kirton, John J. & Richardson, Sarah. (Eds.). (1995). The Halifax Summit: sustainable development, and international institutional reform. Ottawa: National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy.

Kirton, John J. & Kurosawa, Mitsuru. (1995). The triangle of Pacific states: Contemporary United States, Canada, Japan relations. Tokyo: Sairyusha Press. (In Japanese.)

Dewitt, David, Haglund David & Kirton, John J. (1993). Building a new global order: Emerging trends in international security. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Kirton, John J. (1993). A new global partnership: Canada-U.S. relations in the Clinton era. Orono, ME: Canadian-American Center, University of Maine. Canadian-American Public Policy Series, No. 15.

Kirton, John J. & Richardson, Sarah. (Eds.). (1992). Trade, environment and competitiveness: Sustaining Canada's prosperity. Ottawa: National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy. Also Kirton, John J. & Richardson, Sarah. (Eds.). (1993). Commerce, Environnement et Competitivité. Ottawa: National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy.

Munton, Don & Kirton, John J. (1992). Canadian foreign policy: Selected cases. Toronto: Prentice-Hall.

Holmes, John & Kirton, John J. (1988). Canada and the new internationalism. Toronto: Centre for International Studies and Canadian Institute of International Affairs.

Donnelly, Michael & Kirton, John J. (1988). The potential for partnership: Canadian-Japanese investment and technology relations. Toronto: Joint Centre for Asia Pacific Studies.

Kirton, John J. (1986). Canada, the United States and space. Toronto: Canadian Institute of International Affairs.

Kirton, John J. (Ed.). (1984). Canadian Business Representation in the United States. Behind the Headlines, 62(1).

Dewitt, David & Kirton, John J. (1983). Canada as a principal power: A study in foreign policy and international relations. Toronto: John Wiley.

Spencer, Robert, Kirton, John J. & Nossal, Kim Richard. (1981). The International Joint Commission seventy years on. Toronto: Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto.



Book Chapters

Kirton, John J., Daniels, Joseph & Freytag, Andreas. (2001). Introduction. In John J. Kirton, Joseph P. Daniels & Andreas Freytag (Eds.), Guiding global order: G8 governance in the twenty-first century. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Kirton, John J. (2001). The G20: Representativeness, effectiveness and leadership in global governance. In John J. Kirton, Joseph P. Daniels & Andreas Freytag (Eds.), Guiding global order: G8 governance in the twenty-first century. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Kirton, John J. (2001). The G7/G8 and China: Towards a closer association. In John J. Kirton, Joseph P. Daniels & Andreas Freytag (Eds.), Guiding global order: G8 governance in the twenty-first century. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Kirton, John J., Daniels, Joseph & Freytag, Andreas. (2001). The G8's contributions to twenty first century governance. In John J. Kirton, Joseph P. Daniels & Andreas Freytag (Eds.), Guiding global order: G8 governance in the twenty-first century. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Kirton, John J. (2000). Deepening integration and global governance: America as a globalized partner. In Thomas L. Brewer & Gavin Boyd (Eds.), Globalizing America: The USA in world integration, (pp. 40-63). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Kirton, John J. (2000). The dynamics of G7 leadership in crisis response and system reconstruction. In Karl Kaiser, John J. Kirton & Joseph P. Daniels (Eds.), Shaping a new international financial system: Challenges of governance in a globalizing world, (pp. 65-93). Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Kirton, John J., Kaiser, Karl & Daniels, Joseph. (2000). Introduction. In Karl Kaiser, John J. Kirton & Joseph P. Daniels (Eds.), Shaping a new international financial system: Challenges of governance in a globalizing world, (pp. 3-15). Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Kirton, John J., Kaiser, Karl & Daniels, Joseph. (2000). Challenges and contributions to the conventional wisdom. In Karl Kaiser, John J. Kirton & Joseph P. Daniels (Eds.), Shaping a new international financial system: Challenges of governance in a globalizing world, (pp. 221-234). Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Kirton, John J. (1999). Trade's benefits and costs for the United States and foreign environmental quality. In Alan V. Deardorff & Robert M. Stern (Eds.), Social dimensions of U.S. trade policies (pp. 129-158). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Studies in International Economics Series.

Kirton, John J. & Daniels, Joseph. (1999). Introduction: The role of the G8 in the new millennium. In Michael Hodges, John J.Kirton & Joseph Daniels (Eds.), The G8's role in the new millennium (pp. 3-17). London: Ashgate.

Kirton, John J. (1999). Explaining G8 effectiveness. In Michael Hodges, John J.Kirton & Joseph Daniels (Eds.), The G8's role in the new millennium (pp. 45-68). London: Ashgate.

Kirton, John J. (1999). Economic cooperation: Summitry, institutions and structural change. In John H. Dunning & Gavin Boyd (Eds.), Structural change and cooperation in the global economy, (pp. 1-38). Cheltenham, UK: Elgar.

Kirton, John J., et al. (1998). The dynamics of transboundary environmental agreements in North America: Discussion of preliminary findings. In Richard Kiy & John D. Wirth (Eds.), Co-operation and conflict, (pp. 32-52). College Station, TX: Texas A &M University Press.

Kirton, John J. (1998). The impact of environmental regulation on the North American auto industry since NAFTA. In Sidney Weintraub & Christopher Sands (Eds.), The North American auto industry under NAFTA, (pp. 184-220). Washington, D.C.: CSIS Press.

Kirton, John J. (1998). Introduction: The G7's Role in Global Governance. In Peter I. Hajnal, From G7 to G8: Evolution, role and documentation of a unique institution. Columbia International Affairs Online.

Kirton, John J. (1998). NAFTA, foreign direct investment and economic integration: A Canadian approach. In Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, Migration, free trade and regional integration in North America, (pp. 181-194). Paris: OECD.

Rugman, Alan M., Kirton, John J. & Soloway, Julie. (1998). Introduction. In Alan M. Rugman, John J. Kirton & Julie Soloway (Eds.), Trade and the environment: Economic, legal and policy perspectives, (pp. ix-xxi). Cheltenham, UK: Elgar.

Fry, Michael, Kirton, John J. & Kurosawa, Mitsuru. (1998). The new north Pacific triangle. In Michael Fry, John J. Kirton, & Mitsuru Kurosawa (Eds.), The north Pacific triangle: The United States, Japan and Canada at century's end, (pp. 3-13). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Kirton, John J. (1998). Towards trans-Pacific partnership: Canada and Japan in the G7, 1975-1995. In Michael Fry, John J. Kirton, & Mitsuru Kurosawa (Eds.), The north Pacific triangle: The United States, Japan and Canada at century's end, (pp. 292-313). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Kirton, John J. (1997). Foreign policy under the Liberals: Prime Ministerial leadership in the Chretien government's foreign policy making process. In Fen Osler Hampson, Maureen Molot & Martin Rudner, (Eds.), Canada among nations, 1997: The year of Asia Pacific, (pp. 21-50). Ottawa: Carleton University Press.

Kirton, John J., Minden, Karen, Parker, Steve & Studer, Isobel. (1997). Canada's APEC challenges on the road to Vancouver: A summary. In John J. Kirton, Karen Minden, Steve Parker & Isabel Studer (Eds.), Canada and the challenge of APEC: The road to Vancouver, ( pp. 13-28). Vancouver: Asia-Pacific Foundation of Canada.

Kirton, John J. & Saravanamuttu, Johan. (1997). Strengthening Civil Society for development in East Asia. In John J. Kirton, Karen Minden, Steve Parker & Isabel Studer (Eds.), Canada and the challenge of APEC: The road to Vancouver, (pp. 29-32). Vancouver: Asia-Pacific Foundation of Canada.

Kirton, John J. (1996). Project overview. In Commission for Environmental Cooperation (Ed.), Building a framework for assessing NAFTA effects: Report of a Workshop held in La Jolla, CA, April 29-30, 1996, (pp. 15-18). Montreal: Commission for Environmental Cooperation. Trade and Environment Series 4.

Kirton, John J., Barrios, Raúl García & Graber, David Wilk. (1996). Central connecting processes: Production, technology, transportation, society and policy. In Commission for Environmental Cooperation (Ed.), Building a framework for assessing NAFTA effects: Report of a Workshop held in La Jolla, CA, April 29-30, 1996, (pp. 52-53). Montreal: Commission for Environmental Cooperation. Trade and Environment Series 4.

Doern, Bruce & Kirton, John J. (1996). Foreign policy. In Brian Tomlin, Bruce Doern & Les Pal (Eds.), Border crossings: The internationalization of Canadian public policy, (pp. 237-264). Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Kirton, John J. & Kurosawa, Mitsuru. (1995). Introduction: Securing success in Japan and Canada's special relationship with the United States. In John J. Kirton & Mitsuru Kurosawa (Eds.), The triangle of Pacific states: Contemporary United States, Canada, Japan relations, (pp. 13-37). Tokyo: Sairyusha Press. (In Japanese.)

Kirton, John J. & Kurosawa, Mitsuru. (1995). Conclusion: Adjusting America amidst and after the Cold War. In John J. Kirton & Mitsuru Kurosawa (Eds.), The triangle of Pacific states: Contemporary United States, Canada, Japan relations, (pp. 243-271). Tokyo: Sairyusha Press. (In Japanese.)

Kirton, John J. (1995). Forging a Pacific partnership: Canadian and Japanese approaches to the U.S. in the Seven Power Summit. In John J. Kirton & Mitsuru Kurosawa (Eds.), The triangle of Pacific states: Contemporary United States, Canada, Japan relations, (pp. 211-239). Tokyo: Sairyusha Press. (In Japanese.)

Kirton, John J. (1995). A renewed opportunity: The role of space in Canadian security policy. In David Dewitt & David Leyton-Brown (Eds.), Canada's international security policy, (pp. 111-128). Toronto: Prentice-Hall.

Kirton, John J. & Richardson, Sarah. (1995). Advancing sustainable development at the Summit of the Americas. In Robin Rosenberg & Steve Stein (Eds.), Advancing the Miami process: Civil Society and the Summit of the Americas, (pp. 309-340). Miami: North-South Centre Press.

Kirton, John J. & Richardson, Sarah. (1995). Introduction. In John J. Kirton & Sarah Richardson (Eds.), The Halifax Summit: Sustainable development and international institutional reform, (pp. 3-10). Ottawa: National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy.

Johnson, Pierre Marc & Kirton, John J. (1995). Sustainable development and Canada at the G7 Summit. In John J. Kirton & Sarah Richardson (Eds.), The Halifax Summit: Sustainable development and international institutional reform, (pp. 21-34). Ottawa: National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy.

Kirton, John J. & Richardson, Sarah. (1995). Conclusion. In John J. Kirton & Sarah Richardson (Eds.), The Halifax Summit: Sustainable development and international institutional reform, (pp. 101-112). Ottawa: National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy.

Kirton, John J. (1994). L'esercizio concertato della leadership: La posizione del Canada sulla riforma del vertice. In Guido Garavoglia & Cesare Merlini (Eds.), Il Vertice dei Sette, (pp. 195-216). Rome: Franco Angeli.

Kirton, John J. (1993). The seven power summit as a new security institution. In David Dewitt, David Haglund, & John J. Kirton (Eds.), Building a new global order: Emerging trends in international security, (pp. 335-357). Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Kirton, John J. (1992). Canada's contribution to a new trade-environment regime. In John J. Kirton & Sarah Richardson (Eds.), Trade, environment and competitiveness: Sustaining Canada's prosperity, (pp. 235-264). Ottawa: National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy.

Kirton, John J. (1992). Liberating Kuwait: Canada and the Persian Gulf War, 1990-91. In Don Munton & John J. Kirton (Eds.), Canadian foreign policy: Selected cases, (pp. 382-393). Toronto: Prentice-Hall.

Kirton, John J. (1990). The significance of the Houston Summit. In Peter Hajnal (Ed.), The Seven-Power Summit: Documents from the Summits of Industrialized Countries: Supplement: Documents from the 1990 Summit, (pp. ix-xvii). Millwood, NY: Kraus International Publications.

Kirton, John J. (1990). Commentary: Political change in the 1990s. In Keith Newton, T. Schweitzer & J.-P. Voyer (Eds.), Perspective 2000, (pp. 53-59). Ottawa: Economic Council of Canada.

Kirton, John J. (1989). Canada and the exploitation of space. In Brian Macdonald (Ed.), Space strategy: Three dimensions, (pp. 29-50). Toronto: The Canadian Institute of Strategic Studies.

Kirton, John J. (1989). Elaboration and management of Canadian foreign policy. In Paul Painchaud (Ed.), From Mackenzie King to Pierre Trudeau: Forty years of Canadian diplomacy 1945-1985, (pp. 55-80). Quebec: Les Presses de L'Universite Laval.

Kirton, John J. (1989). Introduction: The significance of the seven-power summit. In Peter Hajnal (Ed.), The Seven-Power Summit: Documents from the Summits of Industrialized Countries1975-1988, (pp. xxi-li). Millwood, NY: Kraus International Publications.

Kirton, John J. (1989). Saved by the system: The United States as a successful ex-hegemon. In Ivan Bernier (Ed.), La politique étrangère Américaine de 1980 à 1988: L'Héritage Reaganien, (pp. 139-176). Québec: Centre Québécois de Relations Internationales.

Kirton, John J. & Lyon, Peyton. (1989). Perceptions of the Middle East in the Department of External Affairs and Mulroney's policy, 1984-1988. In David Taras & David H. Goldberg (Eds.), The domestic battleground: Canada and the Arab-Israeli conflict, (pp. 186-206). Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.

Dewitt, David & Kirton, John J. (1989). Foreign policymaking toward the Middle East: Parliament, the media and the 1982 Lebanon War. In David Taras & David H. Goldberg (Eds.), The domestic battleground: Canada and the Arab-Israeli conflict, (pp. 167-185). Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.

Kirton, John J. (1988). Further challenges. In John Holmes & John J. Kirton (Eds.), Canada and the new internationalism, (pp. 138-161). Toronto: Centre for International Studies and Canadian Institute of International Affairs.

Kirton, John J. (1988). Managing global conflict: Canada and international summitry. In Brian Tomlin & Maureen Molot (Eds.), Canada among nations, 1987: A year of conflict, (pp. 22-40). Toronto: James Lorimer.

Kirton, John J. (1988). Foreign policy decision making in the Mulroney government. In Brian Tomlin & Maureen Molot (Eds.), Canada among nations, 1988: The Tory record, (pp. 21-38). Toronto: James Lorimer.

Kirton, John J. & Munton, Don. (1987). The Manhattan voyages and their aftermath. In Franklyn Griffiths, (Ed.), Politics of the Northwest Passage, (pp. 68-97). Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. Edited version in Don Munton & John J. Kirton (Eds.), Canadian foreign policy: Selected cases, (pp. 205-226). Toronto: Prentice-Hall.

Kirton, John J. (1986). America's hegemonic decline and the Reagan revival. In David Flaherty & Will McKercher (Eds.), Southern exposure: Canadian perspectives on the United States, (pp. 42-61). Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson.

Kirton, John J. (1986). The foreign policy decision process. In Maureen Appel Molot & Brian Tomlin (Eds.), Canada among nations, 1985: The conservative agenda, (pp. 25-45). Toronto: James Lorimer.

Kirton, John J. (1985). Economic sanctions and alliance consultation. In David Leyton-Brown (Ed.), The utility of economic sanctions, (pp. 269-293). London: Croom Helm.

Kirton, John J. (1985). Managing Canadian foreign policy. In Maureen Molot & Brian Tomlin (Eds.), Canada among nations, 1984: A time of transition, (pp. 14-28). Toronto: James Lorimer.

Kirton, John J. & Dewitt, David B. (1985). Domestic high tech industries and Canadian space policy. In Don Munton (Ed.), Groups and governments in Canadian foreign policy, (pp. 46-49). Toronto: Canadian Institute of International Affairs.

Dewitt, David B. & Kirton, John J. (1985). Canada and the process of peacemaking in the Arab-Israel conflict. In Paul Marantz & Janice Gross Stein (Eds.), Peacemaking in the Middle East: Problems and prospects, (pp. 199-217). London: Croom Helm.

Kirton, John J. (1984). Beyond bilateralism: United States-Canadian relations in the Arctic. In William Westermeyer & Kurt Shusterich (Eds.), United States Arctic interests: The 1980's and 1990's, (pp. 295-318). New York: Springer-Verlag.

Kirton, John J. & Dewitt, David B. (1984). Beyond bilateralism: Canada's distinctive peripheries in the international system. In Guy Gosselin (Ed.), La politique étrangère du Canada: Approches bilatérale et régionale, (pp. 88-126). Quebec City: Centre Quebecois des Relations Internationales.

Dewitt, David B. & Kirton, John J. (1983). Canada-Middle East relations: The end of Liberal-internationalism. In Janice Gross Stein & David B. Dewitt (Eds.), The Middle East at the crossroads: Regional forces and external powers, (pp. 176-199). Oakville, ON: Mosaic Press.

Kirton, John J. (1974). The consequences of integration: The case of the defence production sharing agreements. In W. Andrew Axline, et al. (Eds.), Continental community?: Independence and integration in North America, ( pp. 116-136). Toronto: McClelland and Stewart.

Scholarly Articles

Hajnal, Peter I. & Kirton, John J. (2000). The evolving role and agenda of the G7/G8: A North American perspective. NIRA Review, 7(2), 5-10.

Kirton, John J. (2000). Canada and Europe: The compounding cultural connection. Diplomatika.

Kirton, John J. (1999). Canada and the global financial crisis: G7 and APEC diplomacy. The Canadian Studies Journal, 3.

Rugman, Alan M. & Kirton, John J. (1999). NAFTA, environmental regulations and international business strategies. Global Focus, 11(4), 33-47.

Kirton, John J. (1999). Canada as a principal financial power: G-7 and IMF diplomacy in the crisis of 1997-9. International Journal, 54(4), 603-624.

Kirton, John J. & Rugman, Alan M. (1999). Regional environmental impacts of NAFTA on the automotive sector. Canadian Journal of Regional Science, 21(2), 227-254.

Rugman, Alan M. & Kirton, John J. (1998). Multinational enterprise strategy and the NAFTA trade and environment regime. Journal of World Business, 33(4), 438-454.

Rugman, Alan M., Kirton, John J. & Soloway, Julie. (1997). NAFTA, environmental regulations, and Canadian competitiveness. Journal of World Trade, 31(4), 129-144.

Kirton, John J. (1997). Canada, the G7 and the Denver Summit of the Eight: Implications for Asia and Taiwan. The Canadian Studies Journal, 2, 339-366.

Kirton, John J. & Kokotsis, Ella. (1997). Revitalizing the G7: Prospects for the 1998 Birmingham Summit of the Eight. International Journal, 53(1), 38-56 .

Kirton, John J. (1997). Commission for Environmental Co-operation and Canada-U.S. environmental governance in the NAFTA era. American Review of Canadian Studies, 27(3), 459-486.

Rugman, Alan M., Kirton, John J. & Soloway, Julie. (1997). Canadian corporate strategy in a North American region. American Review of Canadian Studies. 27(2), 199-219.

Kirton, John J. (1997). Le role du G7 dans le couple integration regionale/securite globale, Etudes Internationales, 28(2), 255-268.

Kirton, John J. (1996). Une ouverture sur le monde: La nouvelle politique étrangère canadienne du gouvernement Chretien. Etudes Internationales, 27(2), 257-279.

Kirton, John J. (1995). The G7, the Halifax Summit and international financial system reform. North American Outlook, 5(3), 43-66.

Kirton, John J. (1995). The diplomacy of concert: Canada, the G7 and the Halifax Summit. Canadian Foreign Policy, 3(1), 63-80.

Kirton, John J. (1994). Promoting plurilateral partnership: Managing United States - Canada relations in the post cold war period. American Review of Canadian Studies, 24(4), 453-472.

Kirton, John J. (1994). Exercising concerted leadership: Canada's approach to summit reform. The International Spectator, 29(2), 161-177.

Munton, Don & Kirton, John J. (1994). North American environmental cooperation: Bilateral, trilateral, multilateral. North American Outlook, 4(3), 59-86.

Kirton, John J. (1993). National mythology and media coverage: Mobilizing consent for Canada's war in the Gulf. Political Communication, 10(4), 425-441.

Kirton, John J. (1990). Canadian space policy. Space Policy, 6, 61-71.

Kirton, John J. (1989). The new internationalism: Implications for Canadian foreign policy and foreign service. Bout de Papier, 6(4), 27-30.

Kirton, John J. (1988). Canada's new internationalism. Current History, 87(527),101-104, 134.

Kirton, John J. (1988). John Holmes: An appreciation. Behind the Headlines 46(1), 7-9.

Kirton, John J. (1988). Une coquille vide: Le Canada, puissance spatiale internationale, 1945-1988. Etudes Internationales, 19(3), 477-492.

Kirton, John J. (1987). Shaping the global order: Canada and the Francophone and Commonwealth Summits of 1987. Behind the Headlines, 44(6), 1-17.

Kirton, John J. (1987). Realism and reality in Canadian foreign policy: Deciding for ourselves. International Perspectives, (Jan/Feb 1987), 3-8.

Dewitt, David B. & Kirton, John J. (1986). The media and Canadian policy during the 1982 War in Lebanon. Middle East Focus, 9(3), 11-31.

Kirton, John J. & Donnelly, Michael. (1986). Japanese investment: The answer for Canada. International Perspectives, (Mar/Apr 1986), 3-7.

Kirton, John J. & Bothwell, Robert. (1986). A very necessary country: American attitudes towards Canada, 1976-1980. Queen's Quarterly, 93(2), 299-317.

Kirton, John J. (1986). An uncertain take-off: The North American space industry in the 1990's. International Journal, 42(1), 138-169.

Kirton, John J. & Bothwell, Robert. (1985). A proud and powerful country: American attitudes toward Canada, 1963-1976. Queen's Quarterly, 92(1), 108-126.

Kirton, John J. (1985). Canadian foreign policy: Comments on Green Papers. Behind the Headlines, 62(6), 31-34.

Kirton, John J., Barei, Jack & Smockum, Edi. (1985). A continuing concern: Canadian television news coverage of the Middle East in the winter of 1982-83. Middle East Focus, 8(2), 15-20.

Kirton, John J. (1984). Trudeau and the diplomacy of peace. International Perspectives, (Jul/Aug 1984), 3-5.

Kirton, John J. (1984). Canadian foreign policy in the 1980's. Current History, 83(493), 193-196.

Kirton, John J. (1984). Newsfocus November 1983 to January 1984. Middle East Focus, 6(5), 4-5, 27

Kirton, John J. & Dewitt, David B. (1984). Canada and Mideast realities. International Perspectives, (Jan/Feb 1984), 19-23.

Bothwell, Robert & Kirton, John J. (1983). A sweet little country: American attitudes toward Canada, 1925-1963. Queen's Quarterly, 90(4), 1078-1102.

Dewitt, David B. & Kirton, John J. (1983). Canada's external behaviour with the Middle East since 1968. Middle East Focus, 5(5), 9-12.

Kirton, John J. & Dimock, Blair. (1983). Domestic access to government in the Canadian foreign policy process, 1968-1982. International Journal, 39(1), 68-98.

Kirton, John J. (1980). The politics of bilateral management: The case of the Canada - United States automotive trade. International Journal, 36(1), 39-69.

Kirton, John J. (1980). Canada and the United States: A more distant relationship. Current History, 79, 117-120, 146-9.

Kirton, John J. (1979). Les contraintes du milieu et la gestion de la politique étrangère Canadienne de 1976 à 1978. Etudes Internationales, 10(2), 321-349.

Kirton, John J. (1978). Foreign policy decision-making in the Trudeau government: Promise and performance. International Journal, 33(2), 287-311.



Conference and Other Working Papers

Kirton, John J. (2000, October). Globalization, Global Governance and Canadian Leadership in the Twenty First Century. Paper prepared for a panel on Managing Open Borders: Emerging issues and long term trends in border collaboration between states/countries, at the 2000 Diplomatic Forum, University Centre, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg.
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Kirton, John J. (2000, July). Prospects for the Kyushu-Okinawa Summit. Paper presented at an Academic Symposium of G8 2000: New directions in global governance, University of Toronto G8 Research Group and the University of the Ryukyus, Naha, Okinawa, Japan.

Kirton John J. & Lucyk, Christine. (2000, July). Safeguarding environmental values and social cohesion under trade liberalization. Paper presented at an Academic Symposium of G8 2000: New directions in global governance, sponsored by the University of Toronto G8 Research Group and the University of the Ryukyus, Naha, Okinawa, Japan.

Kirton, John J. (2000, July). Prospects for sustainable development at the Kyushu-Okinawa Summit. Paper presented at a Public Policy Conference on The Kyushu-Okinawa Summit: A g8-developing country dialogue, University of Toronto G8 Research Group, the Foundation for Advanced Studies in Development, and the United Nations University, at the United Nations University, Tokyo, Japan.

Kirton, John J. (2000, July). Prospects for the G7/G8 Kyushu-Okinawa Summit. Paper presented at LSE Forum, Nippon Press Centre, Tokyo, Japan.

Kirton, John J. (2000, July). Prospects for the G8 Fukuoka Finance Ministers meeting and the Okinawa Summit: Comparing Japanese, U.S. and Canadian approaches. Paper presented at Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan.

Kirton, John J. (2000, July). The G7/G8 and the U.S. policy response. Paper presented at Chuo University, Japan.

Kirton, John J. (2000, June). The G8, The United Nations and global peace and security governance. Paper presented at the Fifth International Berlin Workshop, on The Security Council and the G8 in the new millennium: Who is in charge of international peace and security, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP), Berlin.

Kirton, John J. (2000, June). The G8, the Concert Equality Model and prospects for the Kyushu-Okinawa Summit. Paper presented at the University of Tokushima, Tokushima, Japan.

Kirton, John J. (2000, May). Creating peace and human security: The G8 and Okinawa Summit contribution. Paper presented at Soka University, Japan.

Kirton, John J. (2000, April). The Summit of the Americas process in comparative context: Canadian perspectives on the search for leadership. Presentation to the Western Hemisphere Program, Johns Hopkins University School of International Studies, Washington, D.C.

Kirton, John J. (2000, April). G8 online: A case study in developing online education. Presentation to a Conference on Teaching, learning and research in today's university: Information technology and the university professor, University of Toronto, Toronto.

Kirton, John J. (2000, April). Environmental regulations and corporate strategy: Reaping the NAFTA advantage. Paper presented at the 10th Annual Wayne-Windsor Symposium on U.S./Canada cross border trade and business connections and issues, Wayne State University, Detroit.

Kirton, John J. (2000, March). The G7 and Concert Governance in the global financial crisis of 1997-9. Paper presented at a panel on Reforming the global financial architecture II: The G7/G-8 process, International Studies Association, Los Angeles.

Kirton, John J. (2000, January). The G-7: The early years. Paper presented at a program on The G-8: Managing the world economy, University of Maryland and the U.S. National Security Agency, Baltimore.

Kirton, John J. (2000, January). International finance: The G-7 and the control of casino capitalism. Paper presented at a program on The G-8: Managing the world economy, University of Maryland and the U.S. National Security Agency, Baltimore.

Kirton, John J. (2000, January). The G-8's new agenda. Paper presented at a program on The G-8: Managing the world economy, University of Maryland and the U.S. National Security Agency, Baltimore.

Kirton, John J. & D'Cruz, Joe. (1999, December). Canadian-American business alliances: Explaining success through the flagship model. Canadian-American Business Council, Washington, D.C.

Kirton, John J. (1999, November). NAFTA's trade-environment regime and environmental regulatory protection. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States, Pittsburg, PA.

Kirton, John J. (1999, November). The G7, China and the international financial system. Paper presented at an International Think Tank Forum on China in the twenty-first century, China Development Institute, Shenzen, China.

Kirton, John J. (1999, November). Canada's role in the Americas. Paper presented at a conference on Canada and the western hemisphere, The John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, Washington, D. C.

Kirton, John J. (1999, September). NAFTA's expansive legacy: Lessons for Japan. Paper presented at Kwansei Gaikun University & Kyushu University, Japan.

Kirton, John J. (1999, September). The new North Pacific triangle: Canada-Japan-US relations in the twenty-first century. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Japanese Association of Canadian Studies, Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan.

Kirton, John J. (1999, September). Canadian foreign policy, 1945-1999. Paper presented at Chuo University, Tokyo, Japan.

Kirton, John J. & Rugman, Alan M. (1999, August). NAFTA, environmental regulations and firm strategies. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Chicago.

Kirton, John J., et al. (1999). Assessing the environmental effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA): Final analytic framework and methodological issues and empirical background. Montreal: Commission for Environmental Cooperation.

Kirton, John J., et al. (1999). Assessing environmental effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA): An analytic framework (Phase II). In Commission for Environmental Cooperation (Ed.), Assessing environmental effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA): An analytic framework (Phase II) and issue studies, (pp. 1-64). Montreal: Commission for Environmental Cooperation. Environment and Trade Series No. 6.

Kirton, John J. (1999, July). Canada, Japan, the US and the G7: Shaping global order in the new millennium. Presented at Daito Bunka University, Tokyo, Japan.

Kirton, John J. (1999, June). Canadian leadership. In Reshaping the international financial system, 1997-1999. Proceedings of the Conference on The Challenges of the Cologne Summit, University of Toronto G8 Research Group and the University of Cologne Institute for Economic Policy, Cologne, Germany.

Kirton, John J. (1999, June). Canada's leadership role in international negotiations: the G7, IMF and the global financial crisis of 1997-9. Paper presented at the International Forum on The Challenges of Globalization, Bishop's University, Lennoxville, Canada.

Kirton, John J. (1999, May). Cultural diplomacy: the APEC and NAFTA experience. Center for International Business, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA.

Kirton, John J. (1999, May). Culture and community in international politics: The APEC and NAFTA experience. Paper presented at the symposium The Importance of Cultural Diversity in International Business and International Relations. Center for International Business, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA.

Kirton, John J., Rugman, Alan M. & Soloway, Julie. (1999, April). NAFTA, environmental regulations and international business strategies. Paper presented at the International Economics Study Group Conference on International Political Economy, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK.

Kirton, John J. (1999, February). Canada's role in the G7/G8: Principal power leadership in a globalizing world. Paper presented at a conference on Canada's External Relations in the Twenty First Century, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada

Kirton, John J., Rugman, Alan M. & Soloway, Julie. (1999, February). Explaining the effectiveness of NAFTA's trade-environment regime. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Studies Association, Washington, D.C.

Kirton, John J. (1999, January). Progressive plurilateralism: Canada's approach to the OECD. Paper presented at a conference on Canada, Mexico and multilateralism, University of Manitoba and ITAM, Mexico City, Mexico.

Kirton, John J. (1999, January). Deepening integration and global governance. Paper presented at a conference on Globalizing America: The USA in world integration, The Center for Global Change and Governance, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ.

Kirton, John J. & Soloway, Julie. (1999, January). Environmental research and policy endeavours in the NAFTA context: Description and evaluation. Paper presented at annual conference of the North American Finance Association and the Allied Social Science Association, New York City.

Kirton, John J. (1998, December). Canada and the global financial crisis: G7 and APEC diplomacy. Paper presented at the Third Canadian Studies Conference, Taipei, Taiwan.

Kirton, John J. (1998, December). Canada's approaches to APEC. Paper presented at a Symposium on The Asian financial crisis and its impact on Canada, Canada-Taiwan relations and APEC, Graduate Institute of Economics, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. DATE???

Kirton, John J. (1998, October). Canada and Europe: The compounding cultural connection. Paper presented at a conference on Canada/Europe - Opportunities and problems of interculturality, Zentrum fur Kanada-Studien, Universtitat Wien, Vienna, Austria.

Kirton, John J. (1998, October). The Canadian FEEEP agenda: Successes and failures. Paper presented at an International Conference on The engagement of civil society in the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) process, School of Social Sciences, Science University of Malaysia (Universiti Sains Malaysia), Penang, Malaysia.

Kirton, John J. (1998, October). Shaping a trade-environment regime for the FTAA: Lessons from NAFTA. Paper presented at a conference on Una gran familia? A conference on hemispheric integration after the Santiago Summit, Carleton University's School of International Affairs and FOCAL, Ottawa.

Kirton, John J. (1998, August). Canada's approach to the OECD. Paper presented to a Workshop on Multilateralism and foreign policy: The Canadian and Mexican experience, University of Manitoba and ITAM, Winnipeg, Canada.

Kirton, John J. (1998, August). Regional integration: Concepts, causes, consequences. Paper presented at a conference on Regional integration: Getting there at what cost, LEAD Regional Association of the Americas, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

Kirton, John J. (1998, May). Explaining G8 effectiveness in the approach to the new millennium. Paper presented at a public policy conference on Jobs, crime, money: The 1998 G8 Summit, sponsored by the London School of Economics, the University of Toronto G8 Research Group and Clifford Chance, London.

Kirton, John J. (1998, May). The G8: Performance, potential, prospects. Paper presented at a scholarly symposium on The G8: Institutions and issues, London School of Economics, the University of Toronto G8 Research Group and Clifford Chance, London.

Kirton, John J. & Soloway, Julie. (1998, April). The North American trade-environment regime: Principles and performance. Paper presented at a conference on Themes and issues in North American environmental history, Department of History and Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto, Toronto.

Kirton, John J. (1998, April). Trade's benefits and costs for US and foreign environmental quality. Paper presented at a Conference on Assessing trade's impacts, University of Michigan's School of Public Policy and Department of Economics and the Congressional Research Service, Washington, D.C.

Kirton, John J. (1997, December). NAFTA's trade-environment regime and the dynamics of regionalism. Paper presented at a joint conference of the International Studies Association and the Mexican Association of International Relations, Manzanillo, Mexico.

Kirton, John J. (1997, November). Canada, the G7 and the Denver Summit of the Eight: Implications for Taiwan and Asia. Paper presented at a conference on Canada-Taiwan relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.

Kirton, John J. (1997, October). NAFTA's Trade-Environment institution: Regional impact, Hemisperic potential. Center for International Studies, University of Southern California, Columbia International Affairs Online.

Kirton, John J. & Rugman, Alan M. (1997, October). NAFTA's trade and environment regime. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of International Business, Monterrey, Mexico.

Rugman, Alan M. & Kirton, John J. (1997, October). Canadian corporate strategy in a North American region. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of International Business, Monterrey, Mexico.

Kirton, John J. (1997, May). Prospects for the Denver Summit. Paper presented at a Conference at the University of Colorado at Denver, Denver, CO.

Kirton, John J. (1997, May). Economic summitry. Paper presented at a conference at the Centre for Global Change and Governance, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ..

Kokotsis, Ella & Kirton, John J. (1997, March). National compliance with environmental regimes. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Toronto.

Kirton, John J. (1997, January). NAFTA, foreign direct investment and economic integration: The case of Canada. Paper presented at an OECD conference, Mexico City, Mexico.

Kirton, John J. (1996, December). Foreign policy under the Liberals: Prime Ministerial leadership in the Chretien government's foreign policymaking process. Paper presented at a conference, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, Ottawa.

Kirton, John J. (1996, December). NAFTA's environmental effects: Report on research and advanced design. Report for the Commission for Environmental Cooperation, Montreal.

Kirton, John J. (1996, November). NAFTA's Commission for Environmental Cooperation and Canada-US environmental relations. Paper presented at a conference on Canada-US Environmental Relations, St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York.

Kirton, John J. & Munton, Don. (1996, November). Canada-US State-Provincial relations in the NAFTA Era: The societal dimension. Paper presented at a conference of the Association of Canadian Studies in the United States, Toronto.

Rennie, Henry & Kirton, John J. (1996, November). The 21st Century economies of Canada and the United States: The evidence from calibrations. Paper presented at a conference on North America in the 21st century: Perspectives on autonomy, exchange and integration, Association of Canadian Studies in the United States, Toronto.

Kirton, John J. (1996, October). Le rôle du G7 dans le couple integration régionale/sécurité occidentale. Paper presented at the first annual conference on Integration régionale et problèms de sécurité, l'Association Franco-Canadienne d'études stratégique, Université de Québec à Montréal, Montreal.

Kirton, John J. (1996, September). Institutional arrangements in the New Asia: Possibilities for Canada in APEC. Paper presented at the Japan Association for International Relations - International Studies Association Special Joint Conference, Mukuhari, Japan.

Kirton, John J. & Soloway, Julie. (1996, July). Assessing NAFTA's environmental effects: Dimensions of a framework and the NAFTA regime., Commission for Environmental Cooperation, Montreal. NAFTA Environmental Effects Series

Kirton, John J. (1996, June). NAFTA's environmental effects: Report on research plan and integrated sector study design. Commission for Environmental Cooperation, Montreal.

Kirton, John J. (1996, March). Canada and international environmental issues: Guidelines and priorities for foreign policy research, consultations and outreach. Paper presented at Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, Ottawa.

Kirton, John J. (1996). Canada and the diplomacy of concert: The G-7 and the Halifax Summit. In Tammy Hall et al., The Halifax 21st G-7 Summit: En route to the 21st century. Halifax: Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University. Working Papers Series.

Kirton, John J. & Munton, Don. (1996, March). Province-State interactions in the 1990's: A preliminary report. Paper presented to the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Ottawa.

Kirton, John J. & Munton, Don. (1995, December). Province-State interaction in the NAFTA era: A preliminary report. Paper presented to the Commission for Environmental Cooperation, Montreal.

Kirton, John J. & Munton, Don. (1995, December). The dynamics of subnational trilateralization in the NAFTA era: A preliminary report. Paper presented to the Commission for Environmental Cooperation, Montreal.

Kirton, John J. (1995, February). Canada and the diplomacy of concert: The G-7 and the Halifax Summit. Paper presented to the G-7 Seminar Series, The 21st Summit: en route to the 21st century, Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University, Halifax.

Kirton, John J. (1994, September). Sustainable development as a focus for Canada's foreign policy. Ottawa: National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy. Working Paper 25.

Kirton, John J. (1994, March). Achievements and challenges: The trade-environment relationship in the Uruguay Round agreements. In Sarah Richardson (Ed.), Background documents: The GATT, the World Trade Organization and the environment: Opportunities for sustainable development. Ottawa: National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy.

Kirton, John J. & Barei, Jack. (1990). A very fragile thing: Japan on Canadian Television News, 1982-88. Working Paper, Joint Centre on Asia Pacific Studies, University of Toronto, Toronto.

Donnelly, Michael, Kirton, John J. & Tang, Puay. (1986). Three reports to External Affairs on Canada-Japanese investment relations in science and technology. July 1986.

D. LIST OF COURSES (Preceding five years)

a) Undergraduate (All designed by Kirton)

POL 464F: The G7 and Global Governance I (1997-8, 1998, 2001)

POL 465S: The G7 and Global Governance II (1997-8, 1999)

POL 486F The G7 and Global Governance (1997)

POL 429Y Canadian Foreign Policy Analysis (1977-1997)

JHP 419. Canadian Foreign Policy (1978-1996)

POL 312Y Canadian Foreign Policy (1977-1998, 2000-1)

b) Graduate (designed by Kirton unless otherwise noted)

JPD 2232S International Governance, (1998S, 1998F, 1999S, 2000S) (Designed with Professor Friedmann)

JBP 2230F The International System Since 1945, (1997)- (Designed with Professor Rugman)

POL 2904F The G7 and Global Governance I (1997-)

POL 2905S The G7 and Global Governance II (1998-)

POL 2203Y Canadian Foreign Policy Analysis ( to 1997)

POL 2200. Graduate Core Course in International Relations Theory.

c) Graduate Supervision

Theses Completed:
Masters Level:

M.A. Supervisor - Daizo Sakurada
"Canada's Recognition of China," (Completed Spring 1988).
(Primary Supervisor)

Stephen Purdy, Research Paper, Master of Environmental Studies, 1997.
(Secondary Supervisor)

Jean-Pierre Laporte, Research Paper, Master of Environmental Studies 1996.
(Secondary Supervisor)

Doctoral Level:

Ph. D. Supervisor - Peter Berry
"International Environmental Policy in the Reagan Administration,"
Completed November 13, 1998 (Primary Supervisor)

Ph. D. Supervisor - Ella Kokotsis
"National Compliance with G7 Environment and Development Commitments:
1988-95," Completed January 19, 1998 (Primary Supervisor)

Ph. D. Supervisor - Robert Lombardi,
"Embedded Containment: Creation of the CoCom Regime, 1947-1954,"
Completed July 1993. (Primary Supervisor)

d) Reading Courses Conducted

Graduate Level (POL 2904Y)

1995 Mark Sharrett, "Canada and the Asia-Pacific"
1994- Claude Frigon, "Canada and the G-7 1988-89

Undergraduate Level (POL 495Y)

1999 Diana Juricevic, "The G8 and Global Governance."
1997 Nina Seahra, "Myth, Media and International Affairs"
1997 Nicholas Lensky, "Canada, APEC and the G7"
1996 Ina Kota, "Canada, the G7 and Global Governance"
1995 Carla Angelone, "The G7"
1995 Charlotte Warren, "Canada, NATO and the G7"
1995 Gina Stephens, "Canada and the G7"
1995 Fabian Kean, "Canada, Japan and Asia-Pacific"
1995 Megan Harris, "Asia-Pacific and Canada"
1994 Sachicko Shimizu, "Japan and the G7"
1994 Paul Jacobelli, "Italy and the G7"
1994 Ali Ehsassi, "The USA and the G7"
1994 Sonya Kunkel, "Canada and the G7"

e. Other
< BR> Supervisor, Julie Soloway, Project Co-ordinator,
NAFTA Environmental Effects, 1995-.
Centre for International Studies


Dr. Ella Kokotsis, Research Fellow (Postdoctoral)
Global Governance and the G7, January 1998-
Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto

E. ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

Within University

Centre for International Studies Research Associate, 1991-
Acting Director, January 1, 1997 - June 30, 1997.
Member of the Executive Committee, 1980-1991
Co-Director of Research, 1986-1991
Director, G7 Research Group, 1987-
Director, NAFTA Effects Project, 1995-
Co-director, Canada-U.S. Project, 1978-1988
Co-director, Canada-U.S. Institutional Relations Colloquium, 1978-1988.


International Relations Programme Interim Co-ordinator, 1997-8
Co-ordinator, 1978-80, 1981-84, 1985-1990, 1997-1998.
Member, International Relations Council, 1990-1991, 1995 -


Trinity College
Fellow, 1978-
Member of the Senate, 1995-
Arts and Science Committee, 1997-8
Trinity College Programme Committee, 1978-80, 1983
Discipline Group Representative
Member, Planning and Outreach Committee, Trinity College, 1996-
Member, Selection Committee, The Provost of Trinity College Award, 1996, < 1997.
Chair, Selection Committee, The Robert H. Catherwood G7 Awards, 1998-

Department of Political Science
International Relations Area Group Co-ordinator, 2000-1
Member, Policy and Planning Committee, 2000-1
Member, Awards, Admissions and Scholarship Committee, Department of
Political Science, 1996-1997, 1997-8
Political Science Representative, University of Toronto Day, 1995, 1996.
International Politics Counsellor, 1982-
International Politics Graduate Examiner, 1992-


Other

Member, President's Advisory Group on Japan, 1990-2. G7 Research Group, Director, 1987-

Outside University

International Trade Advisory Committee, Government of Canada,
Member, 1995-7

National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy
Member, Foreign Policy Committee, November 1989-95

North American Environmental Standards Working Group
Chair, 1994-1996
Member of the Canadian Delegation, 1993-

Couchiching Institute on Public Affairs
Conference Co-ordinator, 1989-90
Member of the Executive Committee, 1988-92
Member, Board of Directors, 1986-
Conference Chair, 1990
Vice-President (Program), 1991

Fulbright Program for Canada
Member of the Academic Assessment Committee, 1991-5

Canadian Institute of International Affairs
Member, Research and Publications Committee, 1979-86
Fellow, Research Programme, 1981-85
Member, Research Programme Editorial Advisory Board,
1983-85 Associate Director of Research, 1983-5

Canadian Political Science Association
International Politics Convenor, 1983-84

Canadian Professors for Peace in the Middle East
Chairman, University of Toronto Chapter, 1982
Vice-Chairman, National, 1982-
Co-organizer, Annual Study Conference, 1983, 1984

Canada-Japan Society of Toronto
Director, 1989-1990

OTHER

Assessor, Canadian Donner Foundation, 1997
Consultant, International Political Risk Analysis, 1985-
Consultant with Michael Donnelly to the Department of External Affairs (Canadian- Japanese Relations) 1986.
Consultant with Don Munton to the Department of External Affairs, (State-Provincial Relations), 1986.
Consultant to the Department of External Affairs, on Media Coverage of International Affairs, April 1988-
Association of University and Colleges of Canada
Selection Committee for Social Science Scholarships, 1987-92
Department of National Defence, 1987-
Research Grant Assessor, SSHRC, 1996, 1997
Leader, NAFTA Environmental Effects Project, Commission for
Environmental Co-operation, 1995-7
External Assessor, First Five Year Review, Osaka School of International and Public Policy, Osaka University, Japan, September 1999-March 2000.
Member, College of Reviewers, Canada Research Chairs Program, September 1, 2000 - August 31, 2002






Louis Pauly Louis W. Pauly

CURRICULUM VITAE


A. BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

PERSONAL

NAME: Louis W. Pauly

UNIVERSITY ADDRESS:
University of Toronto
Centre for International Studies
1 Devonshire Place
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3K7
Tel: (416) 946-8930
Fax: (416) 946-8915
E-mail: lpauly@chass.utoronto.ca


EDUCATION



Ph.D.

Cornell University, Department of Government, 1987.

M.A.

Cornell University, Department of Government, 1984.

M.Sc.

The London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of International Relations, 1977 (awarded with a mark of distinction).

A.P.C.

New York University, Advanced Professional Certificate Program, Graduate School of Business Administration, Department of International Finance, 1976.

M.A.

Fordham University, Department of Economics, 1975.

B.A.

Fordham University, Department of Philosophy and Department of Economics, 1974 (awarded with honours).


EMPLOYMENT

Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Toronto, 1996-. (Associate Professor, 1991-96; Assistant Professor, 1987-91.)

Director, Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto, July 1, 1997-December 30, 2002.

Consultant, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Government of Canada, 2000; Privy Council Office, Government of Canada, 1996-99; ABN AMRO Bank (Senior Management Course), 1997; Royal Bank of Canada (Strategic Planning/Financial Institutions and Trade/Corporate Banking-Multinationals), 1990-91, 1993-94; 1995-96; International Monetary Fund, Policy Development and Review Department, 1989-95, Secretary's Department, 1999; US Congress, Office of Technology Assessment/Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation/Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, 1991-95.

Guest Professor, Osaka City University, Japan, November 1994.

Staff Member, Policy Development and Review Department, International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C., 1988-89.

Manager, Strategic Planning and Analysis, Corporate/Investment Banking and Treasury, Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto, 1986-87.

Research Fellow, Institute for Fiscal and Monetary Policy, Ministry of Finance, Government of Japan, 1985.

HONOURS

Dean's Excellence Award, University of Toronto, annually since program began in 1992.

Elected Associate, Trinity College, University of Toronto, July 1, 2000-June 30, 2002.

International Affairs Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations, 1988-89.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND ACTIVITIES

Member, International Studies Association.
Annual Convention Program Co-chair, 1997.
Paper presenter, 1989, 1994, 1995, 1997; 1998 (joint meeting with Pan-European Consortium on International Relations); panel discussant, 1998; panel chair and discussant, 1999, 2000, 2001.

Member, American Political Science Association.
Annual Convention Division Chair (International Political Economy), 1995.
Panel organizer, 1987, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1995; panel chair and discussant, 1992, 1993, 1997, 1999, 2000; paper presenter in 1986, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1995.

Member, Canadian Political Science Association, European Community
Studies Association, International Political Science Association, Canadian Institute of International Affairs. (Occasional paper presentations, panel participation, and lectures at association meetings since 1987.)

Member, Editorial Board, International Organization, 1999-2001.

Member, Editorial Board, International Studies Quarterly, 1999-2003.

Member, International Editorial Advisory Board, Review of International Political Economy, 1996-.

Member, International Associate Members Club-Foundation for Advanced Information and Research (Japan); Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada Research Network; Center for Pacific Basin Monetary and Economic Studies-Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco; Friends of the LSE; London House Association of Canada.

Invited lecturer, University of Southern California, Columbia University, Harvard University, University of Western Ontario, Rutgers University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh, University of Kentucky (Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce), University of Washington (Seattle), York University (Canada), University of Vienna, University of Tokyo, Osaka City University, Kyushu University, Hitotsubashi University, People's University of Beijing, Washington University (St. Louis), East-West Center (Honolulu), Korean Association of International Studies (Seoul), Indonesian Institute of Science (Jakarta), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Princeton University, University of California at Los Angeles, University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), Duke University, Brown University, Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs.

Manuscript/proposal reviewer, Cornell University Press, Harvard University Press, Johns Hopkins University Press, Manchester University Press, University of Michigan Press, International Organization, International Journal, International Studies Quarterly, International Interactions, Canadian Journal of Political Science, Governance, Review of International Political Economy, Comparative Political Studies, Asian Survey, British Journal of Political Science, Journal of Public Policy, Global Governance, Transnational Corporations, European Journal of International Relations, Policy Studies Journal, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Council on Foreign Relations, Fonds FCAR, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (Smithsonian Institution), Economic and Social Research Council of Great Britain, U.S. National Research Council/Board on Science, Technology and Economic Policy, International Monetary Fund, U.S. National Endowment for the Humanities.

External examiner-PhD committees, York University, Canada, 1993, 1995, 2000 (twice); European University Institute, Florence, Italy, 1993; Law Faculty, University of Toronto, 1993, 2000; Geography Department, University of Toronto, 1998.

External referee-tenure and promotion committees, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard University, McGill University, York University (Canada), University of Maryland, Scripps College (Claremont), University of Victoria, Washington University (St. Louis), University of Missouri, Iowa State University, Georgetown University, Harvard Business School, Dartmouth College, University of Connecticut, INSEAD, Carleton University, McMaster University (twice).

Research Associate, Center for International Trade and Commercial Diplomacy, Monterey Institute of International Studies, 1996-97.

Research Associate, Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto, 1995-97.

Guest Scholar, Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, Austria, Summer 1992, Summer 1994.

Guest Scholar, Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, Summer 1989.

B. ACADEMIC HISTORY

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • International/comparative political economy
  • International organization
  • International relations theory
  • Politics and policy in the European Union
  • East Asian studies
  • Corporate governance and financial market regulation
  • American foreign policy

C. SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL WORK

Books/Monographs

Pauly, Louis. (Ed.). (2000). The myth of the global corporation (2nd ed.). Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Pauly, Louis & Greven, Michael Th. (Eds.). (2000). Democracy beyond the state? The European dilemma and the emerging global order. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Governance in Europe Series.

Pauly, Louis. (1998). Who elected the bankers?: Surveillance and control in the world economy. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Cornell Studies in Political Economy Series. Nominated for the Political Economy Best Book Award from the American Political Science Association and for the Charles H. Levine Memorial Book Award.

Pauly, Louis. (1996). The League of Nations and the foreshadowing of the International Monetary Fund (pp. 1-47). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, International Finance Section. Essays in International Finance, no. 201.

Pauly, Louis & Stein, Janice Gross. (Eds.). (1993). Choosing to cooperate: How states avoid loss. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. Originally appeared as special issue ofInternational Journal, 47(2).

Pauly, Louis. (1991). Opening financial markets: Banking politics on the Pacific Rim. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Cornell Studies in Political Economy Series. Based on dissertation nominated by Cornell University for the Helen Dwight Reid Award of the American Political Science Association for the best doctoral dissertation in international relations in 1987/1988.

Pauly, Louis. (1991, 1992, 1993, 1995). Private market financing for developing countries. Washington, D.C.: International Monetary Fund. World Economic and Financial Survey Series.

Pauly, Louis. (1989, 1992). International capital markets: Developments and prospects. Washington, D. C.: International Monetary Fund. World Economic and Financial Survey Series.

Pauly, Louis. (1987). Foreign banks in Australia: The politics of deregulation. Mosman, NSW: Australian Professional Publications.

Pauly, Louis. (1987). Regulatory politics in Japan: The case of foreign banking. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. East Asia Series (No. 45).

Book Chapters

Pauly, Louis. (Forthcoming). The changing innovation system in Taiwan and South Korea. In Richard Samuels & William Keller (Eds.), Innovation and crisis: Asian technology after the millennium. Cambridge: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Centre for International Studies.

Pauly, Louis. (Forthcoming). Global markets, national authority, and the problem of legitimation: The case of finance. In Rodney Bruce Hall & Thomas Biersteker (Eds.), Private authority and global governance. New York: Columbia University Press.

Pauly, Louis. (Forthcoming). Enforcing the rules in a global economy?: The emergence of structural conditionality in the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. In Albert Berry (Ed.), Critical Issues in Financial Reform.

Pauly, Louis. (2001). Private power and public authority in the global casino. In Marcello de Cecco & Jochen Lorentzen (Eds.), Markets and authorities: Global finance and human choice.Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Pauly, Louis, Earnest, David C., et al.  (2000).  Reflections: Blurring the boundaries and shaping the agenda.  In Thomas C. Lawton, James N. Rosenau, & Amy C. Verdun, (Eds.), Strange power: Shaping the parameters of international relations and international political economy (pp. 409-420).  Brookfield, VT: Ashgate.

Pauly, Louis & Reich, Simon. (2000). National structures and multinational corporate behavior: Enduring differences in the age of globalization. In Richard Higgott & Anthony Payne (Eds.), The new political economy of globalisation. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Also (1999) in Benjamin J. Cohen & Charles Lipson (Eds.), Issues and agents in international political economy: An international organization reader (pp. 155-184). Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Pauly, Louis. (2000). Introduction: Democracy and globalization in theory and practice. In Michael Th. Greven & Louis W. Pauly (Eds.), Democracy beyond the state?: The European dilemma and the emerging global order (pp. 1-13). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield/ Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Pauly, Louis. (2000). Democratic foundations for a global economy: The European experience and the call to imagination. In Michael Th. Greven & Louis W. Pauly (Eds.), Democracy beyond the state?: The European dilemma and the emerging global order (pp. 165-170). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield/Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Pauly, Louis. (2000). The obsolescence of capital controls?: Economic management in an age of global markets. In Jeffry Frieden & David Lake (Eds.), International political economy: Perspectives on global power and wealth (4th ed.) (pp. 280-297). New York: St. Martin's Press. Also (1999) in Nikolaos Zahariadis (Ed.), Contending perspectives in international political economy (pp. 113-126). Orlando, FL: Harcourt Brace & Company.

Pauly, Louis. (2000). Capital mobility and the new global order. In Richard Stubbs & Geoffrey R.D. Underhill (Eds.), Political economy and the changing global order (2nd ed.) (pp. 119-128). Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press.

Pauly, Louis. (1999). The culture of multinational corporations and the implications for Canada. In Thomas J. Courchene (Ed.), Room to manoeuvre?: Globalization and policy convergence (pp. 89-116). Montreal, PQ/Kingston, ON: McGill-Queen's University Press. The Bell Canada Papers on Economic and Public Policy, no. 6.

Pauly, Louis. (1997). Markets versus politics: On globalization, language and legitimacy. In Andreas Schedler (Ed.), The end of politics?: Explorations into modern antipolitics (pp. 149-167). London: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's Press.

Pauly, Louis. (1997). Applied semiconductor research in South Korea. In William W. Keller et al. (Eds.), Global access to applied research: Implications for the semiconductor industry (pp. 22-35). Monterey, CA: Center for Trade and Commercial Diplomacy, Monterey Institute of International Studies.

Pauly, Louis. (1996). U.S.-Japan structural convergence: Is deep economic integration necessary for a stable partnership? In Shojiro Tokunaga (Ed.), Economic growth, socio-political change, and regionalism in Asia. Fukuoka, Japan: Kyushu University Press.

Pauly, Louis. (1996). Patterns of corporate control across the pacific: Assessing the political space for structural diversity in a global era. In Byung-Moo Hwang & Young-Kwan Yoon (Eds.), Middle powers in the age of globalization (pp. 57-90). Seoul: Korean Association of International Studies.

Pauly, Louis. (1994). Promoting a global economy: The normative role of the International Monetary Fund. In Richard Stubbs & Geoffrey R.D. Underhill (Eds.), Political economy and the changing global order (pp. 204-215). London: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's Press; Toronto: McClelland & Stewart.

Pauly, Louis. (1994). Corporate foundations of national technology systems. In US Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, Multinationals and the U.S. technology base (pp. 155-192). Washington, DC: Government Printing Office. OTA-ITE-612.

Pauly, Louis. (1993). The political foundations of multilateral economic surveillance. In Janice Gross Stein & Louis W. Pauly (Eds.), Choosing to cooperate: How states avoid loss (pp. 93-127). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Pauly, Louis. (1993). Multinational enterprises and global capital markets. In US Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, Multinationals and the national interest: Playing by different rules (pp. 135-158). Washington, DC: Government Printing Office. OTA-ITE-569.

Pauly, Louis. (1993). From monetary manager to crisis manager: Systemic change and the International Monetary Fund. In Roger Morgan et al. (Eds.), A new diplomacy in the Post-Cold War world (pp. 122-130). London: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's.

Pauly, Louis. (1993). Convergence or endurance?: Financial market structures in East Asia and their implications. In S. Tokunaga (Ed.), Asian economic dynamism and the new Asia-Pacific economic order (pp. 239-253). Kansai, Japan: Simul International Ltd.

Pauly, Louis. (1990). Negotiations of trade and investment in financial services. In International capital markets: Developments and prospects (pp. 67-68). Washington, DC: International Monetary Fund.

Pauly, Louis. (1988). Setting the ground rules for foreign participation in Canadian finance. In Geoffrey Thompson (Ed.), United States/Canada Free Trade (pp. 3.1-3.53). Vancouver: Continuing Legal Education Society.

Scholarly Articles

Pauly, Louis. (Forthcoming). Book review of Robert Gilpin's, The challenge of global capitalism: The world economy in the 21st century. The Journal of Politics.

Pauly, Louis. (2000). Crisis and adaptation in East Asian innovation systems: The case of the semiconductor industry in Taiwan and South Korea. Business and Politics, 2(3), 326-350.

Pauly, Louis. (1999). Good governance and bad policy: The perils of international organizational overextension. Review of International Political Economy 6(4), pp. 401-424.

Pauly, Louis & Reich, Simon. (1997). National structures and multinational corporate behavior: Enduring differences in the age of globalization. International Organization 51(1), pp. 1-30.

Pauly, Louis. (1997). Book review of Harold James's International monetary cooperation since Bretton Woods. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 28(2), 316-318.

Pauly, Louis. (1995). Capital mobility, state autonomy, and political legitimacy. Journal of International Affairs 48(2), pp. 369-388.

Pauly, Louis. (1994). National financial structures, capital mobility, and international economic rules: The normative consequences of East Asian, European, and American distinctiveness. Policy Sciences 27(4), pp. 343-363.

Pauly, Louis & Goodman, John. B. (1993). The obsolescence of capital controls?: Economic management in an age of global markets. World Politics 46(1), pp. 50-82.

Pauly, Louis. (1992). The political foundations of multilateral economic surveillance. International Journal 47(2), pp. 293-327.

Pauly, Louis. (1992). The politics of European monetary union: National strategies, international implications. International Journal 47(1), pp. 93-111.

Pauly, Louis. (1990). Institutionalizing a stalemate: National financial policies and the international debt crisis. Journal of Public Policy 10(1), pp. 23-43.

Popular Articles

Pauly, Louis. (2001). International Monetary Fund. In RJB Jones (Ed.), Routledge Encyclopedia of International Political Economy. London: Routledge.

Pauly, Louis. (2000). The myth of the global corporation. Research Brief, 2, European Union Center of California.

Pauly, Louis & Keller, William. (1998). The limits of 'globalization': National firms in world markets. MacArthur Transnational Economic Security Working Paper Series, Center for International Studies (MIT) and Weatherhead Center for International Affairs (Harvard).

Pauly, Louis & Keller, William. (1997). Globalization at bay. Current History 96(613), 370-376.

Pauly, Louis. (1996). Capital costs, investment time horizons, and financial structures: The context for competition in the semiconductor industry in South Korea and Taiwan. Working Paper Series, Monterey Institute of International Studies, Center for Trade and Commercial Diplomacy, Monterey, California.

Pauly, Louis. (1995). East Asian financial systems. Economisuto (The Economist-Japan)73(11), 72-77 (in Japanese).

Pauly, Louis. (1993). In Glenn Utter & Charles Lockhart (Eds.), American political scientists: A dictionary (pp. 150-151). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Pauly, Louis. (1991). The national bases of regime formation: The challenge of supervising international capital markets. Papers in Political Economy 11, 1-43.

Pauly, Louis & Goodman, John B. (1990). The new politics of international capital mobility. International Business and Trade Law Papers 29, 1-54.

Pauly, Louis. (1989). Changing international financial markets. Finance and Development26(4), 34-37.

Conference and Other Working Papers

Pauly, Louis. (2000, December). Learning or teaching?: International financial institutions in the crises of the 1980s and 1990s. Paper presented at the Institute for Political Science, Paris.

Pauly, Louis. (2000, June). Enforcing the rules in a global economy: The emergence of structural conditionality in the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. Paper presented at Critical Issues in Financial Reform Conference, Toronto.

Pauly, Louis. (2000, February). Democracy beyond the state: The European dilemma and the emerging global order. Paper presented at Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs, New York. (www.cceia.org)

Pauly, Louis. (1999, February/April). Global markets, national authority, and the problem of legitimation: The case of finance. Paper presented at Private Authority and International Order conferences, Durham, NC/Providence, RI.

Pauly, Louis. (1999, January). Globalization and the multinational corporation. Paper presented at conference on National Systems of Innovation and the Idea-Innovation Chain, Amsterdam.

Pauly, Louis. (1999, April). The causes and possible consequences of monetary union in Europe. Paper presented at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.

Pauly, Louis. (1998, November). Capital mobility and the global order. Paper presented at the Center for International Relations, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

Pauly, Louis. (1998, October; 1997, September). Globalization or globaloney?: An orientation to a contested concept and an application to the case of finance. Paper presented at International Relations Introductory Course, University of Toronto, Toronto.

Pauly, Louis. (1998, April/March). International financial institutions and national economic governance: The new adjustment agenda in historical perspective. Paper presented at conference of the German Historical Foundation on The International Financial System: Past and Present, Princeton, NJ/Seattle, WA.

Pauly, Louis. (1998, April). Democracy and the politics of corporate control. Paper presented at the conference Democracy Beyond National Limits, Toronto.

Pauly, Louis. (1998, January). The myth of the global corporation. Paper presented at the MacArthur Workshop on Transnational Economic Security, Cambridge, MA/St. Louis, MO.

Pauly, Louis. (1997, March). Déjà vu all over again: The League of Nations, the International Monetary Fund, and global finance. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Toronto.

Pauly, Louis. (1996, November). Enduring corporate differences in the age of globalization. Paper presented at the Center for International Studies, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.

Pauly, Louis. (1996, October). The construction and reconstruction of national payments systems, with special reference to the Asia-Pacific Region. Paper presented at the Conference on Changes in Asian Political and Economic Systems, Beijing.

D. LIST OF COURSES TAUGHT

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT

Global Governance, First-Year Seminar Program (2000-2001).

Introduction to International Political Economy (1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, Summer 1999, 2000-2001).

The Political Economy of the European Union in International Perspective (1995-96).

European Community Politics (1991-92, 1992-93).

The Politics of International Economic Relations (1989-90, 1990-91).

The Political Management of Contemporary Capitalism (1987-88, 1989-90, 1990-91).

Foreign Political Institutions:  An Introduction to Comparative Politics
(1987-88, Summer 1990).

GRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT

International Systems Since 1945, Collaborative MA Program in International Relations (2000-2001, jointly designed and taught with Abraham Rotstein).

International Political Economy (1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93,
1993-94, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, summer 1999, 2000-2001).


PhD Field Seminar in International Relations (1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, jointly designed and taught, with Franklyn Griffiths).

PhD Field Seminar in Comparative Politics and Public Policy  (1992-93, jointly designed and taught, with Richard Simeon).

PhD Field Seminar in Comparative Politics of Industrial Societies (1989-90, jointly designed and taught, with Peter Solomon; 1990-91, jointly designed and taught, with Michael Donnelly).

Regulatory Issues in International Capital Markets (Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, 1990-91, jointly designed and taught, with Ron Daniels).

PhD Field Seminar in Comparative Public Policy (1987-88, jointly designed and taught, with Ron Manzer).

DOCTORAL SUPERVISION (primary only)

Sebastien Dallaire, topic and timetable to be determined.

David McIver, "Central Bank Independence in France and Great Britian," expected completion in 2001.

Marketa Evans, "Global Finance and Central Europe," expected completion in 2001.

Joanne Gestrin, "Competition Policy in Advanced Industrial Countries," timetable uncertain.

Jennifer Jeffs, "Integrating National Payments Systems," timetable uncertain.

Nicole Anastasopoulos, "The International Regime for Foreign Direct Investment," timetable uncertain.

Michelle Cloutier, "Beyond Intergovernmentalism:  The Europeanization of European Union Environmental Policy-Making," completed in September 1999.

Linda White, "Welfare State Development and Child Care Policy:  A Comparative Analysis of France, Canada, and the Unites States," completed in November 1997.






MICHAEL J. TREBILCOCK, PROFESSOR OF LAW AND ECONOMICS, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO



CURRICULUM VITAE

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

EDUCATION

LL.B. (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
LL.M. (University of Adelaide, South Australia)

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Appointed full-time Tutor, Law School, University of Adelaide, January, 1963
Appointed Lecturer in Law, Adelaide, January, 1964
Appointed Senior Lecturer, Adelaide, January, 1967
Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New Zealand, 1964
Visiting Associate Professor of Law, McGill Law School, 1969 - 1970
Associate Professor of Law, McGill Law School, 1970 - 1972
Professor of Law, University of Toronto Law School, 1972 - present
Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of Ontario, 1975
National Vice-President, Consumers Association of Canada, 1974 - 1975
Chairman, Regulated Industries Program, Consumers Association of Canada, 1973 -1975
Member, Academic Advisory Panel, Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs, 1973 - 1975
Chairman, Consumer Research Council, 1975 - 1976
Research Director, Professional Organizations Committee, Government of Ontario, 1976 - 1980
Participant, Summer Institute, Economics for Law Professors University of Rochester, 1974
Fellow in Law and Economics, University of Chicago Law School, 1976
Member of the Presidential Advisory Committee on Institutional Strategy (PACIS), University of Toronto 1982 - 1983
Acting Research Director; Institute of National Affairs, Papua New Guinea, 1982
Lay Member - Canadian Competition Tribunal, 1987 - 1989
Visiting Professor, Yale Law School, January to June, 1985
University Law School Committees (at various times): Admissions Committee, Curriculum Committee, Graduate Committee, Hiring Committee Director, Laidlaw Foundation, 1985
Member, Research Board, University of Toronto, 1986 - 1988
Elected Fellow of Royal Society of Canada, 1987
Recipient, University of Toronto Teaching Award, 1986
Winner of the Walter Owen Prize for Best English Legal Text in Canada, 1986 - 1988 for The Common Law of Restraint of Trade
Appointed University Professor, University of Toronto, 1990
Recipient of the 1990 Joint Award of the Canadian Law Teachers Association and Law Reform Commission of Canada for outstanding contributions to legal research and law reform
Member of the Research Council of the Canadian Institute of Advanced Research, 1982 - 1986
Director, Law and Economics Programme, University of Toronto Law School, 1976 - present
Chairman, International Business and Trade Law Programme, University of Toronto Law School, 1988 - 1995
Director, Centre for the Study of State and Market, 1995
Visiting Professor, University of Virginia Law School, Fall 1996
Global Law Professor, NYU Law School, Fall 1997
Research Director, Ontario Legal Aid Reform Task Force, 1997
Research Director, Ontario Electricity Market Design Committee, 1998


GRADUATE SUPERVISION

30 LL.M.s since 1969
13 Ph.Ds

GRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT

Alternative Approaches to Legal Scholarship, 1985
The Public Policy-Making Process (Department of Economics), 1982 - 1985
Social Regulation (Osgoode Hall Part-time LL.M.), 1987
International Trade Regulation (Osgoode Hall Part-Time LL.M.), 1990

LL.B. COURSES TAUGHT AT VARIOUS TIMES

Commercial Law; Corporate Law: Contract Law; Competition Law; Government Regulation; Social Security Law; Economic Analysis of Law; International Trade Regulation; The Limits of Freedom of Contract; Debtor - Creditor Law; Consumer Protection Law; Public Goals Private Means; Law, Institutions & Development

PUBLICATIONS

Books/Monographs

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Howse, Robert. (1999). The regulation of international trade (2nd ed.). London: Routledge.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Kelley, Ninette. (1999). The making of the mosaic: A history of Canadian immigration policy. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Trebilcock, Michael J., Dewees, Don & Duff, David. (1996). Exploring the domain of accident law: Taking the facts seriously. New York: Oxford University Press.

Trebilcock, Michael J. (1995). Competition policy and trade policy: Mediating the interface. Toronto: The Canadian Law & Economics Association. Law and Economics Working Paper Series WPS-37.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Schwannen, Daniel. (Eds.). (1995). Getting there: An assessment of the agreement on internal trade. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute.

The Prospects for Reinventing Government (C.D. Howe Institute, Toronto, 1994)

Trebilcock, Michael J. (1993). The limits of freedom of contract. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Boddez, Thomas M. (1993). Unfinished business: Reforming trade remedy laws in North America. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & York, Robert C. (Eds.). (1990). Fair exchange: Reforming trade remedy laws. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute.

Trebilcock, Michael J., Mathewson, Frank & Walker, Michael. (Eds.). (1990). The law and economics of competition policy. Vancouver: Fraser Institute.

Trebilcock, Michael J., Friedland, Martin & Roach, Kent. (1990). Regulating traffic safety. Toronto:University of Toronto Press.

Trebilcock, Michael J., Chandler, Marsha A. & Howse, Robert. (1990). Trade and transitions: A comparative analysis of adjustment policies. London: Routledge.



Book Chapters

Trebilcock, Michael J. (1999). Lurching around Chicago: The positive challenge of explaining the recent regulatory reform agenda. In Richard M. Bird, Michael J. Trebilcock & Thomas A. Wilson (Eds.), Rationality in public policy: Retrospect and prospect, A tribute to Douglas G. Hartle (pp. 233-272). Toronto: Canadian Tax Foundation.

Trebilcock, Michael J. (1999). The value and limits of law and economics. In Gillian Hadfield & Megan Richardson (Eds.), The second wave of law and economics (pp. 12-29). Sydney, NSW: Federation Press.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Gallini, Nancy T. (1998). Competition policy and intellectual property rights. In Robert D. Anderson & Nancy T. Gallini (Eds.), Competition policy and intellectual property rights in the knowledge-based economy (pp. 17-61) Calgary: University of Calgary Press. Industry Canada Research Series Vol. 9.

Trebilcock, Michael J. (1998). Immigration policy. In Peter Newman (Ed.), The new Palgrave dictionary of economics and the law (pp. 259-264). New York: MacMillan Press.

Trebilcock, Michael J. (1997). What makes poor countries poor?: The role of institutional capital in economic development. In Edgardo Buscaglia, William Ratliff & Robert Cooter (Eds.), The law and economics of development. London: JAI Press. Economics of Legal Relationships Vol. 3.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Daniels, Ronald J. (1996). The future of Ontario Hydro: A review of structural and regulatory options. In Ronald J. Daniels (Ed), Ontario Hydro at the Millennium: Has monopoly's moment passed? (pp. 1-52). Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.

Trebilcock, Michael J.  (1995).  Can government be reinvented?  In Jonathan Boston (Ed.) The state under contract (pp. 1-35).  Wellington, NZ: Bridget Williams Books; Auckland University Press.

"Trebilcock, Michael J. & Behboodi, Rambod. (1995). The Canadian agreement on internal trade: Retrospect and prospects. In Daniel Schwanen & Michael Trebilcock (Eds.), Getting there: An assessment of the agreement on internal trade (pp. 20-89). Toronto: C.D. Howe.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Flood, C. (1994). Voice and exit in New Zealand's health care sector. In Contracting in the health sector. Auckland: Legal Research Foundation.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Daniels, Ronald J. (1994). Choice of policy instrument in the provision of public infrastructure. In Jack M. Mintz & Ross S. Preston (Eds.) Infrastructure and competitiveness (pp. 345-436). Kingston, ON: John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy.

Trebilcock, Michael J. (1991). Economic analysis of law. In Richard F. Devlin (Ed.), Canadian perspectives on legal theory (pp. 103-125). Toronto: Emond Montgomery Publications.

Trebilcock, Michael J. (1990). The evolution of competition policy: A comparative perspective. In Frank Mathewson, Michael J. Trebilcock, & Michael Walker (Eds.), The law and economics of competition policy (pp. 1-26). Vancouver: Fraser Institute.

Trebilcock, Michael J. (1990). Throwing deep: Trade remedy laws in a first-best world. In Michael J. Trebilcock & Robert C. York (Eds.), Fair exchange: Reforming trade remedy laws (pp. 235-265). Toronto: C.D. Howe.



Scholarly Articles

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Davis, Kevin. (2001). Legal reforms and development: An overview of the evidence. Third World Quarterly, 22(1), 21-36.

Trebilcock, Michael J., Daniels, Ron & Thorburn, Malcolm. (2000). Government by voucher. Boston University Law Review, 80(1), 205-232.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Daniels, Ron. (2000). Electricity restructuring: The Ontario experience. Canadian Business Law Journal, 22(2), 161-192.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Winter, Ralph. (2000). The state of efficiencies in Canadian merger policy. Canadian Competition Record, 19(4), 106-113.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Gal, Michal S. (1999). Market power in electricity industry restructurings. World Competition, 22(1),119-169.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Austin, Lisa. (1998). The limits of the full court press: Of blood and mergers. University of Toronto Law Journal, 48, 1-59.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Howse, Robert. (1998). Trade liberalization and regulatory diversity: Reconciling competitive markets with competitive politics. European Journal of Law and Economics, 6(1), 5-37.

Trebilcock, Michael J., Hadfield, Gillian K. & Howse, Robert. (1998). Information based principles for rethinking consumer protection policy. Journal of Consumer Policy, 21(2), 131-169.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Fraiberg, J.D. (1998). Risk regulation: Technocratic and democratic tools for regulatory reform. McGill Law Journal, 43, 835-887.

Trebilcock, Michael J. (1997). An introduction to law and economics. Monash University Law Review, 23(1), 124-158.

Trebilcock, Michael J., Campbell, A. Neil & Janisch, Hudson N. (1997). Rethinking the role of the competition tribunal. Canadian Bar Review, 76, 297-331.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Winter, Ralph A. (1997). The economics of nuclear accident law. International Review of Law and Economics, 17(2), 215-243.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Roach, Kent. (1996). Private enforcement of competition laws. Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 34(3), 461-508.

Trebilcock, Michael J., Howse, Robert, & Daniels, Ron. (1996). Do institutions matter?: A comparative pathology of the HIV-infected blood tragedy. Virginia Law Review, 82(8), 1407-1492.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Howse, Robert. (1996). The fair trade - free trade debate: Trade, labor and the environment. International Review of Law and Economics, 16(1), 61-79.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Daniels, Ron. (1996). Private provision of public infrastructure: An organizational analysis of the next privitization frontier. University of Toronto Law Journal, 46, 375-426.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Atwood, Evan. (1996). Public accountability in an age of contracting out. Canadian Business Law Journal, 27(1), 1-47.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Boddez, Thomas. (1995). The case for liberalizing North American trade remedy laws. Minnesota Journal of Global Trade, 4(1), 1-41.

Trebilcock, Michael J., Martin, M., Lawson, A. & Lewis, P. (1994). Testing the limits of freedom of contract: The commercialization of reproductive materials and services. Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 32, 613-701.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Warner, Presley L. (1993). Rethinking price-fixing law. McGill Law Journal, 38(3), 679-723.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Howse, Robert. (1993). Protecting the employment bargain. University of Toronto Law Journal, 43(3), 751-792.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Chapman, Bruce. (1992). Making hard social choices: Lessons from the auto accident compensation debate. Rutgers Law Review, 44(4), 797-869.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Dewees, Donald N. (1992). The efficacy of the tort system and its alternatives: A review of the empirical evidence. Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 30, 57-138.

Trebilcock, Michael J. (1991). Taking stock: Consumerism in the 1990s. Canadian Business Law Journal, 19, 412-436.

Trebilcock, Michael J., Dewees, Donald N. & Coyte, Peter C. (1991). The medical malpractice crisis: A comparative empirical perspective. Law and Contemporary Problems, 54(1), 218-251.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Keshvani, Rosemin. (1991). The role of private ordering in family law: A law and economics perspective. University of Toronto Law Journal, 41, 533-590.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Hutton, Susan. (1990). An empirical study of the application of canadian anti-dumping laws: A search for normative rationales. Journal of World Trade, 24(3), 123-146.

Trebilcock, Michael J., Chandler, M.A. & Howse, Robert. (1990). Trade restrictive policies and democratic politics: A proposal for reform. Public Law Review, 1, 234-258.

Trebilcock, Michael J., Howse, Robert & Prichard, J. Robert S. (1990). Smaller or smarter government? University of Toronto Law Journal, 40, 498-541.



Conference and Other Working Papers

Trebilcock, Michael J. (2000, March). Mostly smoke and mirrors: NGOs and the WTO. Paper presented at the International Conference at New York University commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Library of Congress, New York.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Soloway, Julie. (2000, February). Trade policy and food safety. Paper presented at the University of Chicago Law School, Chicago.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Davis, Kevin. (1999, November). Law, Institutions and Development. Paper presented at an IMF Conference on Second Generation Reforms, Washington, D.C.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Daniels, Ron. (1998). The future of the Toronto Stock Exchange: A paradigm in transition. Paper prepared for the Toronto Stock Exchange, Toronto.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Howse, Robert. (1996). The role of the civil justice system in the choice of governing instrument. Paper prepared for the Civil Justice Review, Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General, Toronto.

Trebilcock, Michael J., et al. (1993). The limits of freedom of contract: The commercialization of reproductive materials and services. Paper presented to the Royal Commission on New Reproductive Technologies.








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