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Generating Effective Global Environmental Governance: Canada's 2002 Challenge by John Kirton for the CIIA's 2001 National Foreign Policy Conference
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The CIIA's 2001 National Foreign Policy Conference: The Environmental Balance Sheet: Red or Green? 26-28 October, 2001 - Chateau Laurier, Ottawa
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An Assessment of Citizen Submissions to the NAFTA Commission for Environmental Cooperation by Edelgard Mahant Glendon College (York University)
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Reports on the Couchiching 70th Annual Summer Conference 2001
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John James Kirton

Books/Monographs/Publications in Series:

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

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

Book Chapters:

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

Kirton, John J. (2001). China and the G7/G8: 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 P. & 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. (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., 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). Conclusion. In Karl Kaiser, John J. Kirton & Joseph P. Daniels (Eds.), Shaping a new international financial system: Challenges of governance in a globalizing world. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

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. (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.

Journal Articles:

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

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

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

Kirton, John & Rugman, Alan M. (1998). Regional environmental impacts of NAFTA on the automotive sector. Canadian Journal of Regional Science, 21:2, 227-254.

Conference and Other Working Papers:

Kirton, John J. (2001, March). Statement on the Quebec City Summit of the Americas to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade. Paper presented to the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Ottawa.

Kirton, John J. (2001, February). Embedded ecologism and institutional inequality: Linking trade, environment and social cohesion in the G8. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Chicago.

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, October). Canada-US trade and the environment: Regimes, regulatory refugees, races, restraints and results. Paper presented at the Policy Research Secretariat conference on 'Rethinking the Line: The Canada-U.S. Border, Vancouver, Canada.

Kirton, John J. (2000, October). Globalization, global governance and Canadian leadership in the twenty first century. Paper presented at the 2000 Diplomatic Forum, University Centre, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada.

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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). Preparation of a Canadian environmental review framework for multilateral trade negotiations at the WTO. Workshop for the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Ottawa.

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Stephen Clarkson

Book Chapters:

Clarkson, Stephen. (Forthcoming). The multicentred state: Canadian government under globalizing pressures. In Gordon Smith (Ed.), Who's afraid of the state? (pp. 232-277). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000). The Liberal Party of Canada: Keeping its grip on power by pragmatism over principle. In Hugh G. Thorburn & Alan Whitehorn (Eds.), Party politics in Canada (8th ed.) (pp. 250-268). Toronto: Prentice Hall/Pearson Education.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000). El Estado canadiense dentro de una gobernabilidad múlitpole, regionalizada y globalizada. In Teresa Gutiérrez-Haces (Coordinadora). Canadá: un Estado posmoderno (pp.29-50). México: Plaza y Valdés.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000). The joy of flux: What Europe may learn from North America's preference for national currency sovereignty. In Colin Crouch (Ed.), After the Euro: Shaping institutions for governance in the wake of European monetary union (pp. 140-161). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000). Do deficits imply surpluses?: Towards a democratic audit of North America. In Michael Greven & Louis Pauly (Eds.), Democracy beyond the state: The European dilemma and the emerging global order (pp. 139-163). New York: Rowman & Littlefield; Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Clarkson, Stephen & Lewis, Timothy. (1999). The contested state: Canada in the post-Cold War, post-Keynesian, post-Fordist, post-National Era. In Leslie Pal (Ed.), How Ottawa spends:1999-2000, (pp. 293-340). Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1997). Securing their future together: The Liberals in action. In Alan Frizzell & Jon H. Pammett (Eds.), The Canadian general election of 1997 (pp. 39-70). Toronto: Dundurn Press.

Scholarly Articles:

Clarkson, Stephen. (Forthcoming). The Multi-level state: Canada in the semi-periphery of both continentalism and globalization. Review of International Political Economy.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1999). Paradigm shift or political correction?: Putting Ontario's 'common sense revolution' in a global context. Regional and Federal Studies 9(3) 81-106.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1998). Fearful asymmetries: The challenge of analyzing continental systems in a globalizing world. Canadian-American Public Policy, 35, 1-6.

Popular articles:

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000, November 10). No More Mr. Nice Guy. Globe and Mail, A19.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000, October 16). Charisma and contradictions: The legacy of Pierre Elliott Trudeau. University of Toronto Bulletin, 13.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000, September 30). History's judgment will mirror our values. Globe and Mail, P6-7

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000). Trade and the environment after Seattle. Woodrow Wilson Center's Environmental Change and Security Project, Report 6, 114-16.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1999, July 19). Are Canadians impotent before the World Trade Organization? Globe and Mail, A9.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1999, May 20). Who achieved what in the Ontario election debate? Globe and Mail, A15.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1999). Is there life after death for the Canadian state?: Marketization and the multi-level state. Regional Market Integration in the Transatlantic Area: Challenges and Opportunities for Government, Business and Society in the 21st Century (pp. 282-286). Washington, D.C.: The George Washington University; Leuven: Katholieke Universiteit.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1999). Anglophone media and the court's opinion. Canada Watch 7(1-2), 26, 37.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1999). The Gift of the Magus: Trudeau's past and our future. The Literary Review of Canada, 7(5), 3-4.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1998, November 7). Does the constitution work?: Review of Deborah Coyne and Michael Valpy, To match a dream: A practical guide to the history and histrionics of Canada's constitution. Globe and Mail.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1998, November 5). Trudeau still the vessel of our dreams. Toronto Star, A31.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1998, September 5). Les médias anglophones et l'avis de la cour. Le Devoir, 7.

Conference and Other Working Papers:

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000). Apples and oranges: Comparing the EU and NAFTA as continental systems. Florence: European University Institute. Working Paper 2000/15.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000, November). Global governance and the decline of Canadian democracy. Lecture to Women's Canadian Club, Toronto.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000, October). He taunts us still. Contribution to a panel on the topic, "He Haunts Us Still," University of Toronto, Toronto.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000, October). Is the World Trade Organization a threat to Canadian democracy? Public lecture in Canadian Perspectives series, Erindale College, University of Toronto, Mississauga, ON.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000, September). The beleaguered state: Canada under attack from globalization and neo-liberalism. Paper presented to the Department of Political Science, University of Toronto, Toronto.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000, May). Reform from without versus reform from within: NAFTA and the WTO's role in transforming Mexico's economic system. Paper presented at "Agenda: Mexico at the Millennium," Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (WWICS), Washington, D.C.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000, May). The democratic crisis in global governance: Canada's experience with NAFTA and the WTO. Lecture to Couchiching Canadian Institute of Public Affairs, Couchiching, ON.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000, March). The globalization of governance: Canada's experience with NAFTA and the WTO. Public lecture, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000, February). The re-constitutionalizing effects of the continental and global trade orders: the Canadian case. Paper prepared for the Work-in-Progress seminar, Woodrow Wilson International Centre for Scholars (WWICS), Washington, D.C.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000, February). Canadian debates on NAFTA. Lecture in the Western Hemisphere Program at the Center of Canadian Studies, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.

Clarkson, Stephen. (2000, February). Canada. Lecture to the School of Professional and Area Studies, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Department of State, Washington, D.C.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1999, October). North American and western hemisphere governance: Policy co-operation and the new global order. Conference on Transatlantic Regulatory Harmonization and Global Standards, School of Business and Public Management, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1999, May). The multi-centred state: Canada in the post-Cold War, post-Keynesian, post-Fordist, post-national era. Paper presented to the Research Group on Multiple Centres of Power at a conference sponsored by the Policy Research Secretariat and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1999, May). Comparing apples and oranges: NAFTA and the European Union mediating globalization. Workshop on TransAtlantic M.A. in Public Policy, University of Toronto, Toronto.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1999, April). Emerging from the smoke of battle: Ruptures and continuities in state practice in Canada after fifteen years of neo-liberalism. Paper for a conference on "Revisiting the Fundamentals of Economic Liberalism and Structural Adjustment. The Return of the Public Domain in an Era of Globalization. A Comparative Examination of Canada and Chile and Other Mercosur Experiences" organized by Instituto de Ciencia Politica, Universidad de Chile, Area de Estudios Norteamericanos, Naciones Unidas Instituto Latino Americano y del Caribe de Planificación Económica y Social, and the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, York University, Santiago.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1999, March). Has trade liberalization hollowed out the Canadian state? Paper presented to the Political Economy Research Group, University of Western Ontario, London, ON.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1998, November). What Europe can learn from NAFTA about monetary union. Seminar presented to the Centre for International Studies, Toronto.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1998, July). Somewhat less than meets the eye: NAFTA as constitution. Paper for the Research Committee on the Sociology of Law's Working Group on the Sociology of European Union Law at the Annual Meeting of the International Sociological Association, Montreal, PQ.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1998, June). John McMurtry and the Marxist-Buddhist view of globalization. Contribution to a panel at the Socialist Studies Association, Annual Meeting, Université d'Ottawa, Ottawa, ON.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1998, May). The state of the Canadian state: Multi-level government in a globalizing world. Paper presented to the Canadian Political Science Association, Ottawa, ON.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1998, April). Deficits and surpluses: Towards a democratic audit of North America. Paper presented to the Conference on Democracy Beyond National Limits" organized by the Centre for International Studies and the Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst, Toronto.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1997, October). Ontario's 'Common Sense Revolution': Paradigm shift or political correction? Paper presented to the Ontario-Aquitaine Conference Symposium, University of Western Ontario, London, ON.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1997, June). The impasse in election analysis. Contribution to round table on Canadian Election Studies at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association, St. John's, NFLD.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1997, June). Comparing continents? In search of North America after NAFTA. Paper presented to the Annual Meetings of the European Community Studies Association -- Canada and the Canadian Political Science Association, St. John's, NFLD.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1997, May). Perché No? Qualms about currency union from over the sea. Paper presented at a conference on The Political and Institutional Deficits of the European Integration Process, European University Institute, Florence, Italy.

Clarkson, Stephen. (1997, March). The global-continental-national dynamic: Some hypotheses on comparative continentalism. Paper presented to the International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Toronto.

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Harriet Friedmann

Book Chapters:

Friedmann, Harriet. (1999). The social terrain: The history and future of sociology's object. In Janet Abu-Lughod (Ed.), Sociology for the twenty-first century: Continuities and cutting edges (pp. 146-164). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1999). Circles of growing and eating: The political ecology of food and agriculture. In Raymond Grew (Ed.), Food in Global History (pp. 33-57). Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1999). Remaking "Traditions": How we eat, what we eat and the changing political economy of food. In Deborah Barndt (Ed.), Women working the NAFTA food chain: Women, food and globalization, (pp. 36-60). Toronto: Second Story Press.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1999). The family farm in advanced capitalism: Outline of a theory of simple commodity production. In Krzysztof Gorlach, Patrick Mooney & Jess Gilbert (Eds.), The new rural sociology in the United States: A selection of readings. Krakow, Poland: Jagiellonian University.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1998). Promethean sociology: On Wallerstein and the modern world-system. In Dan Clawson (Ed.), Required reading: Sociology's most influential books (pp. 149-154). Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1998). A sustainable world food economy. In Roger Keil, David Bell, Peter Penz & Leesa Fawcett (Eds.), Political ecology: Global and local (pp. 87-101). London: Routledge.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1998). Warsaw pact socialism: Detente and the disintegration of the Soviet bloc. In Allen Hunter (Ed.), Rethinking the Cold War (pp. 213-231). Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1995). Food politics: New dangers, new possibilities. In Philip McMichael (Ed.), Food and agrarian orders in the world economy (pp. 15-33). Westport CT: Praeger.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1994). Distance and durability: Shaky foundations of the world food economy. In Philip McMichael (Ed.), The global restructuring of agro-food systems (pp. 258-276). Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1994). International relations of food. In Barbara Harriss-White & Sir Raymond Hoffenberg (Eds.), Food: Multidisciplinary perspectives (pp. 174-204). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1993). New wines, new bottles: The regulation of capital on world scale. In Jane Jenson, Rianne Mahon & Manfred Bienefeld (Eds.), Production, space, identity: Political economy faces the 21st century (pp. 371-400). Toronto: Canadian Scholars' Press. Reprinted in Bob Jessop (Ed.), (1999). Regulation theory and the crisis of capitalism. Vol. 5. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1993). After Midas' feast: Alternative food regimes for the future. In Patricia Allen (Ed.), Food for the future: Conditions and contradictions of sustainability, (pp. 213-233). New York: Wiley & Sons. Reprinted in Roger Keil, Gerda Wekerle and David V.J. Bell (Eds.). (1996). Local places in the age of the global city. Montreal: Black Rose.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1991). Changes in the international division of labor: Agri-food complexes and export agriculture. In William Friedland, Lawrence Busch & Frederick Buttel (Eds.), Towards a new political economy of agriculture (pp. 65-93). Boulder: Westview Press.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1990). Family wheat farms and third world diets: A paradoxical relationship between unwaged and waged labour. In Jane L. Collins & Martha E. Gimenez (Eds.), Work without wages: Comparative studies of domestic labour and self-employment, (pp. 193-213). Albany: State University of New York Press.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1990). The origins of third world food dependence. In Henry Bernstein, Ben Crow, Maureen Mackintosh & Charlotte Martin (Eds.), The food question: profits versus people? (pp.13-31). London: Earthscan Publications.

Scholarly Articles:

Friedmann, Harriet. (2000). What on Earth is the modern world-system?: Foodgetting and territory in the modern era and beyond. Journal of World-Systems Research, 6(2), 480 - 515. http://csf.colorado.edu/jwsr/archive/vol6/number2/pdf/jwsr-v6n2-hfriedmann.pdf

Friedmann, Harriet. (1996). Prometheus rebounds. Contemporary Sociology, 25(3), 319-322.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1995). Blocs rule -- and blocs fall apart. Political Power and Social Theory, 9, 181-97.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1994). Premature rigour: Or, can Ben Fine have his contingency and eat it, too? Review of International Political Economy, 1(3), 553-561.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1993). The regulation of international markets: The unresolved tension between national states and transnational accumulation. IDS Bulletin, 24( 3), 49-53.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1993). International political economy of food: A global crisis. New Left Review, 197, 29-57. Reprinted in International Journal of Health Services, 25(3), 511-38.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1992). Distance and durability: Shaky foundations of the world food economy. Third World Quarterly, 13(2), 371-383.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1991). New wines, new bottles: The regulation of capital on a world scale. Studies in Political Economy, 36, 9-42.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1990). Rethinking capitalism and hierarchy. Review: a Journal of the Fernand Braudel Center, 13(2), 255-64.

Conference and Other Working Papers:

Friedmann, Harriet. (2000, July). Gardens of Gaia: Possibility for sustainable foodgetting. Paper presented to the Sociology of Food and Agriculture Working Group, International Rural Sociology Association, Rio de Janeiro.

Friedmann, Harriet. (2000, March). Flesh and seeds: Regrounding human food. Paper presented at the Dialogues in Development Seminar, Department of Rural Sociology, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1999, August). The post-terrestrial hamburger: A story of human limits and possibilities. Keynote address to European Congress for Rural Sociology, Lund, Sweden.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1998, June). Beyond vegetable consciousness: Reviewing the human species. Keynote address to Agriculture and Human Values Association & Association for the Study of Food and Society, Madison, WI.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1998, May). The political ecology of agriculture. Department of Geography Seminar Series, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1997, March). Biopolitics under globalization: Population, food, technologies. Paper presented to the International Studies Association, Toronto.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1997, February). Is food a right? Paper presented to the Forum on the World Food Summit, Toronto.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1997, January). Shifting sands of sovereignty. Paper presented at the conference on Unfinished Sovereignty, Department of External Affairs and Carleton University, Ottawa.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1996, October). Circles of growing and eating. Paper presented at the conference on Food in Global History, Comparative Studies in Society and History, University of Michigan.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1996, July). Globalization, neo-liberalism and alternatives. Panel at York International Political Economy Summer School, Toronto.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1996, March). Food politics in Ontario. Panel at Bioregional Seminar, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, Toronto.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1995, December). Comment. Presented at Pesticide Industry, Greening of Industry Conference, Royal York Hotel, Toronto.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1995, July). Block relations, inside and out: The collapse of Warsaw pact socialism. Paper presented at "Tillyfest" Conference, University of Toronto, Toronto.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1995, June). Environment and development into the 21st century. Forum at the Faculty of Environmental Studies & Department of Political Science, York University, Toronto.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1995, May). Farmers and social policy: New alignments for the 1990s. Workshop on Family Farming in the Contemporary World: East-West Comparisons, Jagiellonian University, Crakow, Poland.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1995, May). Food and social policy: Consumers, environment, and farmers. Paper presented at the International Congress, Agrarian Questions, The Politics of Farming Anno 1995, Wageningen, The Netherlands.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1995, January). Feminization of the food system. Paper presented at the conference on "Intersections in the New Political Economy," York University, Toronto.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1994, November). Working to live or living to work. Paper presented at the Studies in Political Economy Conference, Carleton University, Ottawa.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1994, October). Politics of food. Paper presented at the Innes lecture, Canadian Studies and Sociology, McGill University, Montreal.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1994, July). Growing our local economy. Panel sponsored by the journal Capitalism, Nature, Socialism & the York Graduate Summer School in International Political Economy.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1994, May). Regulation in an era of state restructuring: Who will make the rules? Paper presented at Academic Forum on Restructuring the Agro-Food System, Trondheim, Norway.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1994, May). Restructuring food politics: Emerging issues and alliances. Paper presented at forum for Government, Agricultural Organizations, and Researchers, Trondheim, Norway.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1994, March). Prospects for a sustainable food economy. Paper presented at conference on Global Political Ecology in Honour of Harold Innis, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, Toronto.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1994, March). New research on gender and food. Panel at Centre for Feminist Research, York University, Toronto.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1994, January). The regulation of international markets. Presented at Development Studies Seminar, University of Toronto, Toronto.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1993, November). Regional food policy. Paper presented at the conference on Global Spaces, Local Places, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, Toronto.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1993, April). Regulating the world food economy. Keynote address at the conference on International Political Economy of Food and Agriculture, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1992, November). International political economy of food. Paper presented at the Agrarian Studies Seminar, Yale University, New Haven, CT.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1992, November). Capitalism and the collapse of Warsaw pact socialism. Paper presented to the Department of Political Science, Yale University, New Haven, CT.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1992, March). The international relations of food. Paper presented at the Wolfson College Lectures, Oxford.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1991, April). International agro-food complexes. Paper presented at the Department of Regional Planning, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1991, April). Cold war and capital. Paper presented at the International Political Economy Seminar, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1991, May). International food complexes and local alternatives. Plenary address to the conference on "Varieties of Sustainability," sponsored by the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society and Agro-Ecology Program, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1991, August). Regional alternatives to global agro-food complexes. Paper presented to the American Sociological Association, Cincinnati, OH.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1990, July). International food complexes: Effects, east and west. Paper presented to the International Sociological Association, Madrid, Spain.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1990, July). Agro-food complexes in the world economy. Paper presented at the University for the Social and Economic Study of the Mezzogiorno, Naples, Italy.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1990, June). Agriculture under the perestroika. Paper presented to the Institute of Philosophy, Moscow.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1990, June). On markets in agriculture: Hungary and the United States. Paper presented at the conference on "Agriculture under Perestroika," Moscow.

Friedmann, Harriet. (1990, May). What happens to family farming when families change? Paper presented at the "Lessons from the West for the East," Department of Sociology, University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles.

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Virginia McLaren

Conference and Other Working Papers:

Maclaren, Virginia W. (2000, April). The truth in indicators: An analysis of local environmental reporting in Canada. Paper presented at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Pittsburgh, PA.

Maclaren, Virginia W., Bell, David & Jones, K. (2000, March). Technical review of the draft report: Taking Toronto's vital signs, an annual check-up of the City. Prepared for the Toronto Community Foundation, by the University of Toronto, York University and Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto.

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Sylvia Ostry

Chapters in Books:

Ostry, Sylvia. (2000). Convergence and sovereignty: Policy scope for compromise? In Aseem Prakash & Jeffrey Hart (Eds.), Coping with globalization. London: Routledge.

Journal Articles:

Ostry, Sylvia. (2000). Regional versus multilateral trade strategies", ISUMA: Canadian Journal of Policy Research, 1(1), 44-51.

Conference and Other Working Papers:

Ostry, Sylvia. (Forthcoming). The multilateral trading system. In Oxford Handbook of International Business, Preliminary Draft, Oxford: Oxford University.

Ostry, Sylvia. (1999, November). The future of the world trading system. Paper presented at the Economic Outlook for 2000, Forty Seventh Annual Conference of the Economic Outlook, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Ostry, Sylvia. (1999, November). The changing scenario in international governance. Paper presented to the Royal Society of Canada, Ottawa.

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Louis W. Pauly | Michael Trebilcock | Alan M. Rugman | Julie Soloway | Peter I. Hajnal | Other Publication Resources

 

Louis Pauly

Books/Monographs/Publications in Series:

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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Micheal Trebilcock

Books/Monographs/Publications in Series:

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.

Chapters in Books:

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.

Academic 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.

Conference and Other Working Papers:

Trebilcock, Michael J., Winter, Ralph, Collins, Paul & Iacobucci, Edward. (Forthcoming). The law and economics of Canadian competition policy (working title). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Daniels, Ron. (Forthcoming). Government by voucher (working title).

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Davis, Kevin. (Forthcoming). Ethnicity and development (working title). Stanford International Law Review or University of Michigan International Law Review.

Trebilcock, Michael J. & Davis, Kevin. (Forthcoming). Law, institutions and development (working title).

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

Post-Seattle Reflections: A Qualified Defence of the WTO and an Unqualified Defence of the International Rule of Law, Paper to be presented at the New York University School of Law, March, 2000.

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Alan Rugman

Books/Monographs/Publications in Series:

Rugman, Alan. (2000). The end of globalization. New York: Random House.

Rugman, Alan & D'Cruz, Joseph R. (2000). Multinationals as Flagship Firms: Regional business networks. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Journal Articles:

Rugman, Alan M. (1999). Forty years of the theory of the transnational corporation. Transnational Corporations, 8(2), 51-70.

Rugman, Alan M. & Kirton, John. (1999). NAFTA, environmental regulations and international business strategies. Global Focus: An International Journal of Business, Economics and Social Policy 11(4), 33-47.

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

Rugman, Alan M. & Kirton, John. (1998). Regional environmental impacts of NAFTA on the automotive sector. Canadian Journal of Regional Science, 21(2), 227-254.

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Julie Soloway

Books/Monographs/Publications in Series:

Soloway, Julie. (Forthcoming). Firms, fairness and international trade-environmental regulation: The case for direct access to dispute settlement. (SJD Thesis, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto) Currently being reviewed for publication as a monograph.

Book Chapters:

Soloway, Julie. (Forthcoming). Alternative models of managing the trade and environment interface: The NAFTA experience. In Richard Steinberg (Ed.), The Greening of trade law? A comparison of international trade organizations on environmental issues. Berkeley Round Table on International Economy.

Journal Articles (2000):

Soloway, Julie. Environmental regulation as expropriation: The case of NAFTA's Chapter 11. Canadian Business Law Journal, 33(1), 92-127.

Conference and Other Working Papers:

Soloway, Julie. (Forthcoming). International Trade and Animal Welfare, Report to Canadian Egg Marketing Agency, Ottawa.

Soloway, Julie & Trebilcock, Michael. (2000, February). Trade policy and food safety: The case for deference by the WTO under the SPS Agreement. Paper presented at the University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, IL.

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Peter I. Hajnal

Books/Monographs/Publications in Series:

Hajnal, Peter. (Ed.). (2001). International information: Documents, publications and electronic information of international organizations. 2nd ed. Vol. 2. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

Hajnal, Peter I. (1999). The G7/G8 System: Evolution, role and documentation. Aldershot,UK; Brookfield, VT; Singapore; Sydney: Ashgate.

Hajnal, Peter I. (1998). From G7 to G8: Evolution, role and documentation of a unique institution. New York: Columbia International Affairs Online, Columbia University Press. URL: wwwc.cc.columbia.edu/sec/dlc/ciao/book/hajnal/index.html

Hajnal, Peter. (Ed.). (1997). International information: Documents, publications and electronic information of international governmental organizations. 2nd rev. & enl. ed. Vol. 1. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

Journal Articles:

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

Conference and Other Working Papers:

Hajnal, Peter I. (2000, July). Partners or adversaries? The G7/G8 encounters civil society. Paper presented at the Academic Symposium "G8 2000: New Directions in Global Governance? G8 Okinawa Summit", Naha, Okinawa, Japan.

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