Research and Policy Papers

  • Living with Global China with Paul Evans, in Moving Forward: 45 Years of Canada-China Relations, University of Toronto: Asian Institute and China Open Research Networks, 2016
  • The Future of Canada’s Relationship with China http://irpp.org/research-studies/policy-horizons-2015-11-17/ with Paul Evans, Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy and the Munk School, University of Toronto, November 2015
  • China’s State-owned Enterprises and Canada’s FDI Policy http://www.policyschool.ucalgary.ca/?q=content/chinas-state-owned-enterprises-and-canadas-fdi-policy; School of Public Policy, University of Calgary; March, 2014
  • History Matters China and Global Governance; In Huang, Yiping and M. Yu, Eds., China’s New Role in the World Economy, London: Routledge; 2012
  • Does Canada have an India Strategy? Why it Should and What Both Sides Can Gain from Comprehensive Trade Talks.; C.D. Howe Institute; 2011
  • Canada, China and Rising Asia: A Strategic Proposal; CCCE and CCBC; 2011
  • “Differentiating Canada:  The Future of the Canada-US Relationship,”Policy Brief, School of Public Policy, University of Calgary, November 9, 2010.
  • “A Window of Opportunity Opens? Asian and US Views of the International Financial Architecture.” published in Asian Economic Policy Review 4 (2, 2009).
  • “Will the Renminbi become a World Currency?” (with Paul R. Masson). Final draft. Edited version appears in China Economic Review 20 (1, 2009): 124–35.
  • “China’s Integration into the Global Financial System” (with Paul Masson and Robert Lafrance). Bank of Canada Review. August, 2008.
  • “Raising our Game: Canada among Nations” Canada Among Nations: What Room to Manoeuvre? Edited by Jean Daudelin and Daniel Schwanen. (Montreal : Published for the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, in cooperation with The Centre for International Governance Innovation by McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2008)
  • “The transition from imitation to innovation: An enquiry into China’s evolving institutions and firm capabilities (with A.E. Safarian). Final draft. Edited version published in Journal of Asian Economics 19 (4, 2008): 301-11.
  • “Rising to the Challenges of Economic Transformation: A Canadian Priorities Agenda,” in Jeremy Leonard et al, eds. A Canadian Priorities Agenda; Policy Choices to Improve Economic and Social Well-Being. Montreal: Institute for research on Public Policy, 2007.
  • “Financial Services and International Trade Agreements: the Development Dimension,”  in Aaditya Mattoo, Gianni Zanini, and Robert M. Stern (eds.)  Services Handbook. Washington, D.C.: World Bank in Cooperation with Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.
  • “Asia Pacific Regional Architecture and Financial Market Integration,” in Christopher Findlay and Hadi Soesastro (eds.).     Reshaping the Asia Pacific Economic Order. New York: Routledge with PAFTAD International Secretariat, 2006.
  • “Financial Reform in China and India: A Comparative Anaylsis,” Paper prepared for IFPRI/CES/SUFE International Conference on Dragon and Elephant: China and India’s Economic Reforms, July 1-2, 2006. Shanghai. (December 2006)
  • “The contradiction in China’s gradualist banking reforms”  (with Anil Kashyap). Brookings Papers on Economic Activity. Washington, D.C: Brookings Institution Press, BPEA, September 2006.
  • “Financial Reforms in China and India: A comparative anaylsis.” Paper prepared for IFPRI/CES/SUFE International Conference, Dragon and Elephant: China and India’s Economic Reforms, July 1-2, 2006. Shanghai. (revised, October 2006)
  • The Indian Elephant Shed its Past. The Implications for Canada.” C.D. Howe Institute Commentary. No. 235. June 2006. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute.
  • “The transforming Chinese economy: global and Canadian implications.” International Journal, vol. 61, no. 2. Spring 2006. Toronto: Canadian Institute of International Affairs.
  • “India’s Parallel Economies,” Remarks to the Toronto CFA Society Conference, February 7, 2006.
  • “Beyond FTAs: Deepening North American Integration.” Paper prepared for a conference on Free Trade in the Americas, Baylor University, October 6-7, 2005.
  • Taking a Giant’s Measure: Canada, NAFTA and an Emergent China.” 2004. C.D. Howe Institute Commentary. No. 162. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute.
  • “Further Financial Services Liberalization in the Doha Round?” 2002. International Economics Policy Briefs. PB02-8. Washington, DC: Institute for International Economics.
  • “Shaping the Future of the North American Economic Space.” 2002. C.D. Howe Institute Commentary. No. 162. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute.
  • Deeper integration in East Asia: Regional institutions and the international economic system“. The World Economy, Vol. 24 (8, 2001): 995-1018
  • “Deeper integration in East Asia: Implications for the international economic system”. 2001. In Charles Morrison (coordinator), East Asia in the International System. New York: The Trilateral Commission.
  • The Future of the Japan-Canada Economic Relationship. 2000. IIB Working Paper Series. No. 7.
  • “Globalizing trends and Canada’s economic future”. November/December 1999. Ivey Business Journal.
  • Prisoners of the Past in a Fast-Forward World: Canada’s Policy Framework for the Financial Services Sector. 1999. C.D. Howe Institute Commentary. No. 132. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute.
  • “Fallout from the global financial crisis: Should capitalism be curbed?” Summer 1999. International Journal. Pp. 375-85.
  • “What to do with the IMF?” July/August 1999. Policy Options. pp. 37-42.
  • “Twenty Years Towards the Future: The Canada-Japan Business Relationship”. 1997. Proceedings of the Twentieth Anniversary Conference. Toronto: Canada Japan Business Committee.
  • “Summitry and the international monetary system: The past as prologue”. 1995. Canadian Foreign Policy, III(1): 5-15.
  • “Foreign direct investment as a determinant of regional convergence in China”. Pudong and China’s Economic Development. Shanghai: Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (in Chinese).
  • “Japanese investment strategies in East Asia”. 1994. Review of Asian and Pacific Studies. Tokyo: Center for Asian and Pacific Studies, Sekei University.
  • “What is NAFTA’s significance for APEC?” 1994. Journal of Asian Economics, 5(4).
  • Managing US-Japan Trade Disputes: Is There a Better Way? 1994. Occasional Paper. New York: Council on Foreign Relations. With Hideo Sato and Joseph Greenwald.
  • “Economic policy coordination institutionalized? The G-7 and the future of the Bretton Woods Institutions”. 1994. Bretton Woods: Looking to the Future. Washington, DC: Bretton Woods Commission.
  • “APEC: Cooperation amidst diversity.” (with Lee Tsao Yuan).1994. ASEAN Economic Bulletin 10(3): 231-244.
  • “NAFTA’s implications for tax policy.” 1993. Policy Forum. Kingston: John Deutsch Institute.
  • “Economic integration of the North American economy in the 1990s.” 1992. In Long-Term Prospects for the World Economy. Paris: OECD.
  • “Japan’s Role in the World.” 1992. Japan Lecture Series. Kuala Lumpur: Centre for Strategic and International Studies.
  • “Canada at a Crossroads? International Economic Priorities in 1992.” 1992. Behind the Headlines. Toronto: Canadian Institute for International Affairs.
  • “Canada’s International Competitiveness Conundrum.” 1991. Hemisfile. San Diego: Center for the Americas.
  • “International Policy Coordination: Some Perspectives on Practice.” 1989. NBER Conference on International Policy Coordination. processed.
  • “Freer trade and the Pacific Economic Triangle.” 1986. Asia Pacific Foundation Issues 1(2).
  • “Canada’s Trade Options.” 1986. Chimo. Montreal.
  • “The Macdonald Commission Report: Signpost or Shopping Basket.” (with E.A. Carmichael amd R.G. Lipsey). 1986. Canadian Public Policy.
  • “The Canadian Budgetary Process: A View from Outside”. 1985. Policy Forum Series. Kingston: John Deutsch Institute.
  • “Turning Problems into Opportunities.” 1984. Chimo. Montreal.
  • “Population policy: What kind of country do we want?” 1975. Science Forum. Ottawa: IDRC.
  • “Relating development and family planning.” 1974. IDRC Reports 3(4). Ottawa: IDRC.
  • “The rejection of global targets: World population conference.” November/December 1974. International Perspectives.
  • Objectives and Principles for the World Population Plan of Action. 1974. Conference Background Paper, No. 10, World Population Conference, United Nations, New York.
  • “Discussion Paper on An Overview of Agency Activities.” (with W.D. Hopper and G.F Brown). 1973. Third Bellagio Population Conference.
  • “Consideration of a Public Policy for Canada”. 1973. Proceedings of a Conference on Population Policy, Conservation Council of Ontario, Toronto.

REPORTS

Building a North American Community. Report of the Task Force on the Future of North America.

    May 2005. Council on Foreign Relations, New York.

  • “The Future of the Japan-Canada Economic Relationship”. 1999. Report to the Ministry of Industry and Trade. Tokyo, Japan.
  • Rapporteur, Working Group on the World Population Plan of Action, World Population Conference, Bucharest, 1974 (and member of Canadian delegation).
  • Report to the Secretary General of the United Nations, from the Review Committee of the UNFPA, New York, 1972