Articles

Journal Articles

  1. “Kyoto: The Silliest of High-Minded Gestures,” Diplomat and International Canada, Spring 2013.
  2. “Ambiguity and Illusion in China’s Economic Transformation,” Policy Options, 33:8, September 2012.
  3. “Breaking Free: A Post-Mercantilist Trade and Productivity Agenda for Canada,” CD Howe Institute Commentary, No 357. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute. August 2012.
  4. “Stephen Harper’s Foreign Policy: Prudence on the Climate Front,” Policy Options 33:4, April 2012, 48-53.
  5. “Dragon Fears: China’s Impact on Canada-US Trade Relations,” International Journal LXVI:2 (Spring 2011).
  6. “A Matter of Trust: Expanding the Preclearance of Commerce between Canada and the United States,” C.D. Howe Institute Commentary, No. 309. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute. September 2010.
  7. With Bill Dymond, “The Great Recession and International Trade” Policy Options 31:5, May 2010.
  8. With Bill Dymond, “A Strong Dose of Climate Skepticism: Seeing Copenhagen as an Opportunity,” Policy Options 31:2, February 2010.
  9. “Potholes and Paperwork: Improving Cross-Border Integration and Regulation of the Automotive Industry,” C.D. Howe Institute Commentary, No. 286, Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute. April 2009.
  10. With Bill Dymond, “A Life Well Lived – Simon Reisman,” Policy Options 29:4, April 2008.
  11. With Bill Dymond, “Navigating New Trade Routes: The Rise of Value Chains, and the Challenges for Canadian Trade Policy,” C.D. Howe Institute Commentary, No. 259, Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute. March 2008.
  12. With Gary Hufbauer, “What About the Border,” One Issue, Two Voices (Washington: Canada Institute, Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, 2008).
  13. With Bill Dymond, “Canada-US Free Trade and Dispute Settlement: Is it Time to Declare Victory?” Policy Options 28:9, October, 2007.
  14. With Bill Dymond, “Waiting for Conservative Trade Policy.” Policy Options, October, 2006.
  15. “Steer or Drift? Taking Charge of Canada-US Regulatory Convergence,” C.D. Howe Institute Commentary, No. 229. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute. March 2006.
  16. With Bill Dymond, “The World Trade Organization Plays Hong Kong, Policy Options, February, 2006.
  17. With Bill Dymond, “The Cul de Sac of Softwood Lumber,’ Policy Options, November, 2005.
  18. “Canada-US Relations After Free Trade: Lessons Learned and Unmet Challenges,” American Review of Canadian Studies, 34:4 (Winter 2005), 603-620.
  19. With Bill Dymond, ‘Finishing What We Started,’ Policy Options, April, 2005.
  20. “Escaping the Trap of Agricultural Supply Management,’ C.D. Howe Institute Backgrounder No. 90. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute. April 2005.
  21. With Bill Dymond, ‘Canada and the New American Empire: Asking the Right Questions,’ Policy Options, June, 2004.
  22. With Bill Dymond, ‘The Doha Investment Negotiations: Whither or Wither,’ Journal of World Investment, June 2004.
  23. ‘A New Accommodation with the United States: The Trade and Economic Dimension,” Art of the State II: Thinking North America: Prospects and Pathways, Institute for Research on Public Policy, March 2004.
  24. With Bill Dymond, ‘Canadian Trade Policy at the Crossroads,’ Policy Options, February, 2004.
  25. With Bill Dymond, ‘The Potemkin Village of Canadian Foreign Policy,’ Policy Options, Dec/Jan, 2003/4 — shortlisted for a 2004 National Magazine Award.
  26. With Bill Dymond, ‘Six stewards of Canada’s economy—History by the numbers favours Mulroney and Chretien, while Trudeau Leaves a legacy of deficits and debt,” Policy Options, June, 2003.
  27. With Bill Dymond, “Canada and the Global Challenge: Finding a Place to Stand.” C.D. Howe Institute Commentary, 180. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute. March 2003.
  28. “Lessons from Canada’s History as a Trading Nation,” International Journal, LVIII: 1 (Winter 2002-3).
  29. With Bill Dymond, ‘Special and Differential Treatment and the Doha “Development” Round,’ Journal of World Trade 37:2 (April 2003).
  30. With Bill Dymond, ‘The 2002 US Election and Canadian Interests: Ottawa Must Get with the Reality of a Bush-Dominated Washington,’ Policy Options, February 2003.
  31. ‘The Auto Pact: Forerunner of Free Trade,’ Policy Options, December 2002 [excerpt from A Trading Nation]
  32. With Bill Dymond, ‘A Canada-EU FTA is an awful idea,’ Policy Options, July-August 2002.
  33. With Bill Dymond, ‘Abundant Paradox: The Trade and Culture Debate.’ Canadian Foreign Policy 9:2 (Winter 2002).
  34. ‘Canadian Business and Canadian trade policy,’ Policy Options, September 2000 [edited version of Reisman chair inaugural lecture]
  35. With William A. Dymond, “Post-Modern Trade Policy: Reflections on the Challenges to Multilateral Trade Negotiations After Seattle,” Journal of World Trade 34:3 (June 2000).
  36. ‘Round Table on Canada-US Free Trade,’ Canadian Foreign Policy, 7:3 (Spring 200).
  37. With Ramesh Chaitoo, ‘Electronic Commerce and International Trade Rules, Journal of World Intellectual Property, vol. 2, no. 6 (November 1999), 911-937.
  38. ‘Canada at the GATT: Twenty Years of Canadian Tradecraft 1947-1967,’ Canadian International Journal, vol. LII, no. 4 (Autumn 1997), 581-608.
  39. ‘The WTO and the Political Economy of Globalization,’ Journal of World Trade 31:5 (October 1997), 75-93.
  40. with Wenguo Cai, ‘Vietnam’s Accession to the World Trade Organization,’ Journal of World Trade 30:6 (December 1996), 75-102.
  41. ‘The Social Dimension of Freer Trade and Globalization,’ World Economic Affairs, vol. I, no. 1 (Summer 1996).
  42. ‘Globalization and Governance,’ Policy Options, vol. 15 (Summer, 1995), pp. 47-51.
  43. ‘Coercion or Cooperation: Social Policy and Future Trade Negotiations,’ Canada-United States Law Journal, vol. 20 (1994).
  44. ‘Getting from Here to There: Canada, the United States and a New Global Trade Regime,’ The Northwest Journal of Business & Economics, vol. II, 1994.
  45. ‘The Chimera of Industrial Policy: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,’ Canada-United States Law Journal, vol. 19 (1993).
  46. ‘A Brave New World,’ Policy Options, vol. 13, no. 10 (January/February 1993), pp. 3-7.
  47. ‘Trade and the Environment: Dialogue of the Deaf or Scope for Cooperation?’ Canada-United States Law Journal, vol. 18 (1992).
  48. ‘A Lower Temperature: The Dispute Settlement Experience Under the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement,’ The American Review of Canadian Studies, vol. 21, no. 2/3, Summer/Autumn 1991.
  49. ‘A North American Free Trade Agreement: The Elements Involved,’ The World Economy, vol. 14, no. 1 (March 1991).
  50. ‘Almost But Not Quite: The 1947-48 Bilateral Canada-US Negotiations,’ American Review of Canadian Studies, Spring 1989.
  51. ‘The Mercantilist’s Lament: National Treatment and Modern Trade Negotiations,’ Journal of World Trade Law, vol. 21, no. 6 (December, 1987).
  52. ‘GATT Article XXIV and Canada-US Trade Negotiations,’ The Review of International Business Law, vol. 1, no. 3 (December, 1987).

Chapters in Books

  1. “External Affairs and Canadian External Economic Policy, 1945-1982,’ in Greg Donaghy and Michael K. Carroll, eds., In the National Interest: Canadian Foreign Policy and the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, 1909-2009 (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2011).
  2. ‘Trade and Globalization,’ Chapter 22 in Oxford Handbook of Canadian Politics, ed. by John Courtney and David Smith (Oxford University Press, 2010).
  3. ‘The Past Twenty Years of Trade Policy: What Have We Learned so Far and What are the Lessons for Latin America,’ in Joseph A. McKinney and H. Stephen Gardner, eds., Economic Integration in the Americas (New York: Routledge, 2008).
  4. ‘Canadian Engagement in the Global Economy,’ in Christopher Ragan, France St. Hilaire, and Jeremy Leonard, eds., A Canadian Priorities Agenda: Policy Choices to Improve Economic and Social Well-Being (Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 2007).
  5. ‘Free Trade and Brian Mulroney’s Economic Legacy,’ in Raymond Blake, ed., Transforming the Nation: Prime Minister Brian Mulroney and Canada (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, 2007).
  6. With Bill Dymond, ‘The Winter of Our Discontent: Challenges to the Multilateral Trade System,’ in Alan S. Alexandroff, ed., Trends in World Trade: Essays in Honor of Sylvia Ostry. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2007.
  7. With Bill Dymond, ‘Trade Theory, Trade Policy, and Cross-Border Integration,’ in Dan Ciuriak, ed., Trade Policy Research 2006 (Ottawa: Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, 2007).
  8. ‘Risks and Rewards: The Case for Accelerating Canada-US Regulatory Cooperation,’ in G. Bruce Doern and Johnson, eds., Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules: Multi-level Regulatory Governance (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006).
  9. ‘Tinker or Transform to Re-energize the Canada-US Economic Relationship,’ in William Robson and David Laidler, ed., Prospects for Canada: Progress and Challenges 20 Years after the Macdonald Commission (Toronto: CD Howe Institute, 2005).
  10. ‘Canada and the WTO,’ in Patrick F.J. Macrory, Arthur E. Appleton, and Michael G. Plummer, eds., The World Trade Organization: Legal, Economic and Political Analysis, Volume III (New York: Springer for the International Law Institute, 2005).
  11. ‘Canada and the WTO,’ in Patrick F.J. Macrory, Arthur E. Appleton, and Michael G. Plummer, eds., The World Trade Organization: Legal, Economic and Political Analysis, Volume III (New York: Springer for the International Law Institute, 2005).
  12. With Brian Tomlin, “The Emerging Policy Shift in Canada-US Relations,” in Bruce Doern, ed., How Ottawa Spends 2004.
  13. ‘Trade Policy for the Twenty-first Century: Reflection on Trade Negotiations in a Globalized Economy,’ in a book edited by Donald Lewis for the University of Hong Kong, 2003.
  14. With Bill Dymond, ‘NAFTA Chapter 11: Precedents, Principles, and Prospects,” in Laura Ritchie, ed., Whose Right? The NAFTA Chapter 11 Debate (Ottawa: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 2002).
  15. ‘Canada, the United States, and Deepening Economic Integration: Next Steps,’ in Richard Harris, ed., North American Linkages: Opportunities and Challenges for Canada (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2003).
  16. ‘Inside the Perimeter: The US Policy Agenda and its Implications for Canada,’ with Brian Tomlin, forthcoming in How Ottawa Spends 2002, ed. Bruce Doern for Oxford University Press.
  17. ‘Canada, the United States, and Deepening Economic Integration: Next Steps,’ forthcoming in a book edited by Richard Harris for the University of Calgary Press.
  18. With Dennis Browne and Ramesh Cahitoo, Can Eco-Labelling Undermine International Agreement on Science-Based Standards,’ in G. Bruce Doern and Ted Reed, eds., Risky Business: Canada’s Changing Science-Based Policy and Regulatory Regime (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2000).
  19. ‘The Role of Dispute Settlement in Managing Canada-US Trade and Investment Relations,’ in Maureen Appel Molot and Fen Osler Hampson, eds, Vanishing Borders: Canada Among Nations 2000 (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2000).
  20. ‘The Road to Free Trade,’ in L. Ian MacDonald, ed., Free Trade: Risks & Rewards (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2000), also in a forthcoming CD-ROM project edited by Bob Hesketh, University of Alberta.
  21. ‘Disarming the “Undefended Border:” Reflection on the benefits of a Canada-US FTA and the promise of Canada-United States Customs Union,’ in Mordecai E. Kreinin, ed., Building a Partnership: The Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement (East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 2000), 132-148.
  22. ‘Reviving Regionalism? Canada, the United States and the Next Steps to Deeper Integration,’ in Roger B. Porter and Pierre Sauvé, eds., Seattle, the WTO and the Future of the Multilateral Trading System (Cambridge, MA: JFK School of Government at Harvard, 2000).
  23. ‘A Big League or Minor League Player?’ with Fen Hampson and Martin Rudner, in Hampson, Hart, and Rudner, eds., A Big League Player? Canada Among Nations 1999 (Toronto: Oxford, 1999).
  24. ‘A Matter of Synergy: The Role of Regional Agreements in the Multilateral Trading Order,’ in Donald Barry and Ronald C. Keith, eds., Regionalism, Multilateralism and the Politics of Global Trade (Vancouver: UBC Press, 1999), 25-53.
  25. ‘Of Friends, Interests, Crowbars, and Marriage Vows in Canada-United States Trade Relations,’ in Leen d’Haenens, ed., Images of Canadianness: Visions on Canada’s Politics, Culture, Economics (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1998).
  26. ‘A Question of Fairness: The Global Trade Regime, Labor Standards, and the Con­testability of Markets,’ in Geza Feketekuty with Bruce Stokes, eds., Trade Strategies for a New Era: Ensuring U.S. Leadership in a Global Economy (New York: Council on Foreign Relations, 1998).
  27. ‘Por qé el TLCAN puede, deberia y habrá de marcar una diferencia en los próximos cincuenta años de relaciones diplomáticas entre Canadá y México,’ in Gustova Vega Canovas y Francisco Alba, compiladores, México, Estados Unidos, Canadá 1995-1996 (México: El Colegio de México, 1996), 49-82. [What a Difference a NAFTA Can, Should and Will Make: The Next Fifty Years of Canada-Mexico Diplomatic Relations].
  28. ‘Canada in the Global Economy: Where Do We Stand?’ in Fen O. Hampson, Maureen Apel Molot, and Martin Rudner, eds., Asia-Pacific Face Off: Canada Among Nations 1997 (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1997).
  29. with Pierre Sauvé, ‘Does Size Matter? Canadian Perspectives on the Development of Government Procurement Disciplines in North America,’ in Bernard M. Hoekman and Petros C. Mavroidis, eds., Law and Policy in Public Purchasing: The WTO Agreement on Government Procurement (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1997).
  30. ‘A Multilateral Agreement on Foreign Direct Investment – Why Now?’ in Pierre Sauvé and Daniel Schwanen, eds., Investment Rules for the Global Economy: Enhancing Access to Markets (Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute, 1996).
  31. ‘Whither NAFTA: To Expand or to Deepen?’ in Joe McKinney and Melissa Essary, eds., Free Trade for the Americas: Issues in Economics, International Trade Policy and Law (Waco, Texas: Baylor University Press, 1995).
  32. ‘What’s Next: Negotiating Rules for a Global Economy,’ in Pierre Sauvé et al., eds., New Dimensions of Market Access in a Globalising World Economy (Paris: OECD, 1995).
  33. ‘Searching for New Paradigms: Lessons from Recent and More Ancient History,’ in Don Barry, ed., Toward A North American Community (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1995).
  34. ‘NAFTA, Latin America and a New International Economic Order,’ in Louis Perret and Nicole Lacasse, eds., After NAFTA: Doing Business in the Americas (Montreal: Wilson and Lafleur, 1994).
  35. ‘A Western Hemisphere Free Trade Agreement: Policy or Pipedream?’ in Rod Dobell and Michael Neufeld, eds., Beyond NAFTA : The Western Hemisphere Interface (Lantzville, BC: Oolichan Books, 1993).
  36. ‘The End of Trade Policy?’ in Christopher J. Maule and Fen Osler Hampson, eds., Global Jeopardy: Canada Among Nations 1993-94 (Ottawa: Carleton, 1993).
  37. ‘A Good Agreement: The Results of the Canada-United States Free Trade Negotiations,’ in Mark Charlton and Elizabeth Riddel-Dixon, eds., International Relations in the Post Cold War Era (Toronto: Nelson Canada, 1993).
  38. ‘After NAFTA: Trade Policy and Research Challenges for the 1990s,’ in William G. Watson, ed., North American Free Trade Area (Kingston: John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, 1992).
  39. ‘Negotiating Free Trade, 1985-88,’ in Don Munton and John Kirton, eds., Canadian Foreign Policy: Selected Cases (Scarborough: Prentice-Hall, 1992).
  40. ‘Canada Discovers its Vocation as a Nation of the Americas,’ in Fen Osler Hampson and Christopher J. Maule, eds., After The Cold War: Canada Among Nations 1990-91 (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1991).
  41. ‘Elementos de un acuerdo de libre comercio en Américo del Norte,’ in Gustavo Vego Cánovas, ed., México ante el libro comercio con América del Norte (México: El Colegio de México, 1991).
  42. ‘Dispute Settlement and the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement,’ in Fakhari Siddiqui, ed., The Economic Impact and Implications of the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement (Lewiston, ME: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1991).
  43. ‘Idealism vs. Pragmatism: Policy and the Academic Analyst,’ in Michael J. Trebilcock and Robert C. York, eds, Fair Exchange: Reforming Trade Remedy Laws (Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute, 1990).
  44. ‘The Subsidies Problem,’ in H. E. English, ed., Pacific Initiatives in Global Trade (Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1990).
  45. ‘A Canadian Perspective on the 1987 Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement,’ in Glen E. Lich and Joseph A. McKinney, eds., Region North America: Canada, United States and Mexico (Waco: Baylor University Press, 1990).
  46. ‘The Future on the Table: The Continuing Negotiating Agenda under the Canada-United States Free-Trade Agreement,’ in Richard Dearden, Michael Hart and Debra Steger, eds., Living With Free Trade: Canada, the Free Trade Agreement and the GATT (Centre for Trade Policy and Law and Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1990).
  47. Dumping and Free-Trade Areas,’ in John Jackson and Edwin Vermulst, eds., Antidumping Law and Practice (University of Michigan Press, 1989).

Review Essays

  1. Review of Christopher Pennington, The Destiny of Canada: Macdonald, Laurier and the 1891 Election (Toronto: Allen Lane, April 2011) and Patrice Dutil and Brian MacKenzie, Canada 1911: The Decisive Election That Shaped the Country (Toronto: Dundurn Press, August 1, 2011), Literary Review of Canada, November 2011.
  2. Review of Robert Bothwell, Alliance and Illusion: Canada and the World 1945-1984 (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2007), International Journal.
  3. With Bill Dymond, Review of David T. Jones and David Kilgour, Uneasy Neighbo(u)rs: Canada, the USA and the Dynamic of State, Industry and Culture, Policy Options 29:2, February 2008.
  4. With Bill Dymond, “An Invaluable Contribution to the History of Canada-US Relations,” Review of Allan Gotlieb, The Washington Diaries 1981-89 (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 2006), Policy Options, February 2007.
  5. Review of Richard Parker, John Kenneth Galbraith: His Life, His Politics, His Economics (Toronto, HarperCollins, 2005), Policy Options, June/July 2005.
  6. Review of Greg Donaghy, Tolerant allies: Canada and the United States 1963-1968 (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, 2002), Policy Options, September 2003.
  7. Review of Maryse Robert, Negotiating NAFTA: Explaining the Outcome in Culture, Textiles, Autos, and Pharmaceuticals (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2000), Canadian Public Administration.
  8. ‘Wrong Questions, Wrong Answers,’ Literary Review of Canada, vol. 7, no. 6 (March 1999).
  9. ‘Trade Policy: Triumph and Challenge,’ Literary Review of Canada, vol. 6, no. 9 (December 1997).
  10. ‘Did Ritchie Really Mastermind Free Trade?’ Literary Review of Canada, vol. 6, no. 8 (November 1997).
  11. Jeffrey Schott’s The World Trading System:Challenges Ahead in Canadian Public Policy , 1997.
  12. Mitchell Sharp’s Which Reminds Me in bout de papier 12:4 (Winter 1995-6).
  13. Five books on the new economy and globalization, bout de papier 11:3 (Autumn 1994).
  14. ‘Nationalist Gobbledegook,’ bout de papier 9:2 (Spring 1992).
  15. Gary Hufbauer’s Europe 1992: An American Perspective in Canadian Journal of Political Science 24:2 (June 1991).
  16. Robert M. Stern’s Trade and Investment Relations Among the United States, Canada, and Japan in Canadian Public Policy , 1990.
  17. Four books on free trade, bout de papier 5:2 (Summer 1987).

Lectures, Occasional Papers, and Policy Debates

  1. “But Is It True? A Trade Specialist Looks at Climate Alarmism,” CN Trade Relations Forum, Western Centre for Economic Research, University of Alberta, April 25, 2012,
  2. Ambiguity and Illusion in China’s Economic Transformation: Issues for Canadian Policy Makers and Business Leaders, Canadian Council of Chief Executives, February 2012
  3. Security, Cross-Border Economic Integration and Lessons from the Energy Sector, CCISS Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection (CEIP) Policy Research Series, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, March 2007.
  4. Common Borders, Shared Destinies: Canada, the United States and Deepening Integration (Ottawa: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 2001), with W.A. Dymond.
  5. Labelling of Genetically Modified Products: Strategic Trade Policy Considerations for Canada (OP # 55: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 2001), with Ramesh Chaitoo.
  6. Of Friends, Interests, Crowbars, and Marriage Vows in Canada-United States Trade Relations. (OP # 49: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 1998).
  7. A Question of Fairness: The Global Trade Regime, Labor Standards, and the Con­testability of Markets (OP # 43: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 1996).
  8. Doing the Right Thing – Regional Integration and the Multilateral Trade Regime (OP # 39: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 1996).
  9. Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don’t – The Trials and Tribulations of Canada-US Agriculture Trade (OP # 38: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 1996).
  10. A Multilateral Agreement on Foreign Direct Investment – Why Now? (OP # 37: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 1996).
  11. What’s Next: Negotiating Rules for a Global Economy (OP # 36: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 1996).
  12. Reconcilable Differences: Negotiating the Canada-US Free Trade Agreement (OP # 13: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 1990)
  13. Pouring New Wine into Old Bottles: Why the Old Economic Diplomacy will not Solve the Dilemma of the Third World (OP # 12: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 1990).
  14. Dispute Settlement and the Canada-US Free Trade Agreement (OP # 10: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 1990).
  15. A Practitioner Looks at the Canada-US Free Trade Agreement (OP # 5: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 1989).
  16. Mercantilist Bargaining and the Crisis in the Multilateral Trade System: Finding a Balance Between Domestic and Foreign Trade Policy (OP # 4: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 1989).
  17. The Canada-U.S. Working Group on Subsidies: Problem, Solution or Opportunity? (OP # 3: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 1989).
  18. A Canadian Perspective on the 1987 Canada-US Free Trade Agreement (OP # 2: Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 1989).
  19. Trade Policy and the Groves of Academe (OP # 1 Centre for Trade Policy and Law, 1988).

Case Studies

  1. Canada and the United States Deal with BSE: A Case Study in Bilateral Engagement – Case Study for Agriculture and Agri-food Canada
  2. Economic Development, Food Safety, and Sustainable Export Market Access: The Case of Snow Peas from Guatemala – Case Study for the Institute for Trade & Commercial Diplomacy
  3. Defending Market Access — Bed Linen from India – Case Study for the Institute for Trade & Commercial Diplomacy

Documents and Reports

  1. International Regulatory Cooperation: Lessons for Canada, Report prepared for the Regulatory Cooperation Council, February 2013.
  2. A Matter of Trust: Expanding the Pre-clearance of Commerce between Canada and the United States, Paper prepared for Public Safety Canada, revised version published as a C.D.Howe Commentary
  3. Implementing Freer Trade: The Canadian Experience 1986-1995, Paper prepared for the Inter-American Development Bank, September 2009.
  4. Trading Up: The Prospect of Greater Regulatory Convergence in North America. Paper prepared for the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, January 2007.
  5. Building a North American Community, Independent Task Force Report No. 53, Council on Foreign Relations (2005) (Member of Task Force and one of principal editors of Final Report).
  6. With Bill Dymond, Policy Implications of a Canada-US Customs Union. Paper prepared for the Policy Research Initiative, PRI Project on North American Linkages, February 2005.
  7. With Fen Hampson, Canadian Foreign Policy and the United States. Paper prepared for Foreign Affairs for Canada’s Foreign Policy Review. April 2004.
  8. Is There Scope for Enhancing the Mobility of Labour Between Canada and the United States? Paper prepared for Industry Canada, March 2004.
  9. With John Noble, Smart Borders Require Smart Regulations: The Impact of Regulatory Differences on Trade and Investment between Canada and the United States. Paper prepared for Investment Partnerships Canada, October 2003.
  10. Risks and Rewards: New Frontiers in International Regulatory Cooperation. Paper prepared for Foreign Affairs and International Trade and the External Advisory Committee on Smart Regulation. September 2003. Available www.smartregulation.gc.ca/en/05/01/i1-02.asp
  11. With Bill Dymond, Special and Differential Treatment and the Doha “Development” Round, Report prepared for the Canadian International Development Agency, Fall 2002.
  12. With Bill Dymond, Canada and the Global Challenge: Finding a Place to Stand, paper prepared for the Canadian Council of Chief Executives, April 2002.
  13. With Bill Dymond, Canada and the United States: Managing Growing Interdependence, paper prepared for the Canadian Council of Chief Executives, March 2002.
  14. With Bill Dymond, Tilting at Windmills: the Continuing Allure of a Canada-EU Free-Trade Agreement, March 2002.
  15. With Bill Dymond, The Canada-US Border After 11 September, paper prepared for Industry Canada, October 2001.
  16. With Bill Dymond, Canadian Cultural Policy, Ownership Restrictions, and Evolving International Trade Rules, paper prepared for the Department of Canadian Heritage, September 2001.
  17. With Ramesh Chaitoo, Labelling of Genetically Modified Products: Strategic Trade Policy Considerations for Canada, study prepared for Industry Canada, also available as a CTPL Occasional Paper.
  18. GATS 2000 and Rules Governing Domestic Regulations; GATS Article VI:4 in Context, study prepared for Industry Canada.
  19. Forging a Dynamic Canada-Japan Trade and Investment Strategy for the Third Millenium, study prepared for the Canada-Japan Business Committee and the Business Council on National Issues, April 2000.
  20. with Laura Ritchie Dawson, Developing a Strategy for the Negotiation of Standards Issues in Global Trade. Report prepared for the Provincial-Territorial Committee to the Standards Council of Canada. December 1999.
  21. Disarming the ‘Undefended’ Border: Canada, the United States, and Deepening Economic Integration. Report prepared for the Business Council on National Issues. September 1999.
  22. With Ramesh Chaitoo, Electronic Commerce and the Rules of the World Trade Organization. Report prepared for the E-Commerce task force at Industry Canada, May 1999. Also available as a CTPL Occasional Paper.
  23. Does a Global Economy Need Global Rules? Canada and the Issue of Global Standards. Paper prepared for the Regulatory Affairs and Standards Policy Directorate Industry Canada. December 1998.
  24. Negotiations in Prospect: Crafting Rules for a Global Economy. Paper prepared for a Workshop on International Trade Negotiations Latin American Economic System (SELA), Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 21, 1998.
  25. With Ramesh Chaitoo, The Forest Stewardship Council and Sustainable Forestry Management Standards: Issues and Challenges for the Canadian Forestry Industry. A report prepared for the Canadian Pulp and Paper Industry. August 1998. Also available as a CTPL Occasional Paper.
  26. With Ramesh Chaitoo, Reducing Regulatory Barriers to Trade: Lessons for Canada from the European Experience, Industry Canada Occasional Paper, No. 18, February 1998.
  27. With Isolda Guevara, International Trade Negotiations, Canadian Trade Policy and the Role of the Consumer. Report prepared for Industry Canada. September 1997.
  28. With Todd Weiler, An Assessment of the Prospects for Trade Liberalization in APEC. Report prepared for the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee. September 1997. Also available as a CTPL Occasional Paper.
  29. With Isolda Guevara, Trade Policy Implications of the Basel Convention Export Ban on Recyclables from Developed to Developing Countries. Report prepared for the International Council on Metals and the Environment. May 1996.
  30. For the Government of Canada, Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization – Statement on Implementation. January 1, 1995 – compiler and editor.
  31. For the Government of Canada, The North American Free Trade Agreement – Statement on Implementation. January 1, 1994 – compiler and editor.
  32. Canada, Latin America and the Global Economy: Old Challenges and New Opportunities. Report prepared for Sistema Economica Latino Americano (SELA), September, 1993.
  33. With Colin Robertson, NAFTA – What’s it all about? (Ottawa: External Affairs and International Trade, 1993).
  34. With Bill Dymond and Colin Robertson, The Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement: Synopsis (Ottawa: Supply and Services, 1987).
  35. Canadian Trade Negotiations: Introduction, Selected Documents, Further Readings (Ottawa: Supply and Services, 1986).
  36. Final Report of the Royal Commission on the Economic Union and Development Prospects for Canada (Ottawa: Supply and Services, 1985) – ‘pen’ of part II of volume one.
  37. Canadian Trade Policy for the 1980s (Ottawa: Supply and Services, 1983) – ‘pen’ for the Government of Canada.
  38. A Review of Canadian Trade Policy (Ottawa: Supply and Services, 1983) – ‘pen’ for the Government of Canada.