|| Book chapters
'Protectionism and Multilateral Accountability During the Great Recession: Drawing Inferences from Dogs Not Barking,' Journal of World Trade 46:4 (August 2012)
With Baddeley, Shane and Peter Cheng 'Trade Policy Implications of Carbon Labels on Food,' Estey Centre Journal of International Law and Trade Policy 13:1 (2012) 59-93 Full article Technical Annex
'The OECD Contribution to the Evolution of 21st Century Trade Law,' The George Washington International Law Review 43: (2011), 277-93.
with Terry Collins-Williams, 'Transparency as a Trade Policy Tool: The WTO's Cloudy Windows,' World Trade Review 9:4 (November 2010), 551-81.
'Sprinting During a Marathon: Why the WTO Ministerial Failed in July 2008,' Journal of World Trade, 44:1 (February 2010), 81-126
The WTO Single Undertaking as Negotiating Technique and Constitutive Metaphor,' Journal of International Economic Law 12:4 (December 2009), 835-58
with Macdonald, Roderick Canada’s Third National Policy: The Epiphenomenal or the Real Constitution? University of Toronto Law Journal 49:4 (October 2009), 469-523.
The Special Safeguard Fiasco in the WTO: The Perils of Inadequate Analysis and Negotiation' World Trade Review 8:4 (October 2009), 517-44.
"Decision-making and transparency in the “medieval” WTO: does the Sutherland Report have the right prescription?" Journal of International Economic Law 8:3 (2005)
"See you in Geneva? legal (mis)representations of the trading system," European Journal of International Relations (September 2005), 339-65.
with Matthew Mendelsohn, 'Values and Interests in Attitudes toward Trade and Globalization: The Continuing Compromise of Embedded Liberalism,' Canadian Journal of Political Science 38:1 (March 2005), 1-24.
"Crossing the River by Feeling the Stones: Where the WTO is Going After Seattle, Doha and Cancun." Review of International Political Economy 11:3 (August 2004), 574-96.
with Matthew Mendelsohn, "Embedded Liberalism in the Global Era: Would citizens support a new grand compromise?" International Journal 59:2 (Spring 2004), 261-80.
review of Hans J Michelmann et. al., Eds, (2001) Globalization and Agricultural Trade Policy in Etudes internationales XXXIV:1 (March 2003)
Louis Bélanger, Andrew Cooper, Heather Smith, Claire Turenne Sjolander and Robert Wolfe (moderator), 'Most Safely on the Fence? A Roundtable on the Possibility of a “Canadian” Foreign Policy after 9/11,' Canadian Foreign Policy 11: 1 (Fall 2004), 97-118
'Regulatory Transparency, Developing Countries, and the WTO,' World Trade Review, 2:2 (July 2003), 157-182.
Mendelsohn, Matthew, Robert Wolfe and Andrew Parkin, (2002) 'Globalization, Trade Policy, and the Permissive Consensus in Canada,' Canadian Public Policy 28:3 (September 2002), 351-71.
With Matthew Mendelsohn, “Probing the Aftermyth of Seattle: Canadian Public Opinion on International Trade, 1980-2000,” International Journal 56:2 (Spring 2001), 234-60.
"Why the WTO is not (yet) the antidote for globaphobia," [review article] International Journal LIV:2 (Spring 1999), 340-7.
"Still lying abroad? On the institution of the resident ambassador," Diplomacy and Statecraft 9:2 (July 1998), 22-53.
review of John Gerard Ruggie, Winning the Peace: America and World Order in the New Era in International Journal 52:2 (Spring 1997), 370-72.
"Global trade as a Single Undertaking: the role of ministers in the WTO," International Journal 51:4 (Autumn 1996), 690-709.
"Vers l'ALETA? Le libre-échange transatlantique et la politique étrangère canadienne," Études Internationales XXVII:2 (juin 1996), 353-380.
"Should Canada Stay in the Group of Seven?" Canadian Foreign Policy 3:1 (Spring 1995), 47-62.
review of A. Claire Cutler and Mark W. Zacher, eds., Canadian Foreign Policy and International Economic Regimes in Canadian Journal of Political Science 26:1 (March 1993), 185-86.
review of Robert A. Isaak, International Political Economy: Managing World Economic Change in Canadian Journal of Political Science 25:1 (March 1992), 213-4.
"Atlanticism Without the Wall: Transatlantic Cooperation and the Transformation of Europe," International Journal XLVI:1 (Winter 1990-91), 135-163.
With Macdonald, Roderick, 'Citizen Federalism,' in Mendelsohn, Matthew, Joshua Hjartarson and James Pearce, eds, State of the Federation, 2010: Shifting Power, the New Ontario and What It Means for Canada (Montreal and Kingtson: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2013), 165-184
Wolfe, Robert, (2011) 'Canada's Adventures in Clubland: Trade Clubs and Political Influence,' in Kukucha, Chris and Duane Bratt, eds, Readings in Canadian Foreign Policy: Classic Debates and New Ideas (Toronto: Oxford University Press), 377-89.
Trade Policy Is (Still) Foreign Policy, but It's Not Sexy,' in Heinbecker, Paul and Fen Osler Hampson, eds, As Others See Us: Canada among Nations 2010 (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2010)
'Canada’s Adventures in Clubland: Trade Clubs and Political Influence' in Daudelin, Jean and Daniel Schwanen, eds, Canada among Nations 2007: Room for Manoeuvre (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2008), 181-97.
'From Reconstructing Europe to Constructing Globalization: The OECD in Historical Perspective,' in Mahon, Rian and Stephen McBride, eds, The OECD and Transnational Governance (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2008), 26-42.
'New Groups in the WTO Agricultural Trade Negotiations: Power, Learning and Institutional Design,' in Prasad, P. Satyanarayana, ed. Agricultural Trade and WTONegotiations and Dispute Settlement (Hyderabad, India: Amicus Books, Icfai University Press, 2008), 108-13
With Matthew Mendelsohn, 'Values and Interests in Attitudes toward Trade and Globalization: The Continuing Compromise of Embedded Liberalism,' in Ruggie, John Gerard, ed. Embedding Global Markets: An Enduring Challenge (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008), 209-29.
'Can the Trading System Be Governed: Institutional Implications of the WTO's Suspended Animation,' in Alexandroff, Alan S., ed. Can the World Be Governed? Possibilities for Effective Multlateralism (Waterloo, Ont.: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2008), 289-352.
with Jesse Helmer, "Trade Policy Begins at Home: Information and Consultation in the Trade Policy Process"; in Process Matters
"Transparency and public participation in the Canadian trade policy process" in Process Matters
with Matthew Mendelsohn, 'Would Citizens Support a New Grand Compromise?,' in Bernstein, Steven and Louis W. Pauly, eds, Global Liberalism and Political Order: Toward a New Grand Compromise (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2007), 31-70.
'Still Foggy after All These Years: Reform Proposals for the WTO,' in Alexandroff, Alan S., ed. Trends in World Trade Policy: Essays in Honor of Sylvia Ostry (Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2007), 133-54.
'Where’s the Beef? Law, Institutions and the Canada-U.S. Border,' in Courchene, Thomas. J., Donald J. Savoie and Daniel Schwanen, eds, Thinking North America, No. 6 The Art of the State, Volume 2 (Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 2005), 69-98.
“Informal Political Engagement in the WTO: Are Mini-Ministerials a Good Idea?” in Ciuriak, Dan and John M. Curtis, eds, Trade Policy Research, 2004 (Ottawa: Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade), 27-90.
'Farms, Phones and Learning in the Trade Regime,' in Meric S. Gertler and David A. Wolfe, eds, Innovation and Social Learning: Institutional Adaptation in an Era of Change (London: Palgrave, 2002).
"Rendering unto Caesar: How legal pluralism and regime theory help in understanding "multiple centres of power"," in Smith, Gordon and Daniel Wolfish, eds, Who is Afraid of the State? Canada in a World of Multiple Centres of Power (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2001).
with Peter W.B. Phillips, “Governing Food in the 21st Century: The Globalization of Risk Analysis,” in Phillips, Peter W.B. and Robert Wolfe, eds, Governing Food: Science, Safety, and Trade (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press for the School of Policy Studies, 2001).
entries on Quad, Embedded Liberalism, OECD, G-7, Uruguay Round, and Double Movement, prepared for the Routledge Encyclopeadia of International Political Economy (London, Taylor & Francis, 2001)
with John M. Curtis, "The WTO in the aftermyth of the Battles in Seattle," in Maureen Appel Molot and Fen Osler Hampson, eds, Vanishing Borders? Canada Among Nations 2000 (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2000), 321-41.
"The World Trade Organization," in Brian Hocking and Steven McGuire, eds, Trade Politics: International, Domestic and Regional Perspectives (London and New York: Routledge, 1999), 208-223.
Regulatory Diplomacy: Why rhythm beats harmony in the trade regime," in Courchene, Thomas J., ed. Room to Manoeuvre? Globalization and Policy Convergence (Kingston: John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, 1999),
with Mark Halle, [editors] Process Matters: Sustainable Development and Domestic Trade Transparency (Winnnipeg: International Institute for Sustainable Development, 2007).
with Peter W.B. Phillips, [editors] Governing Food: Science, Safety, and Trade (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press for the School of Policy Studies, 2001).
Farm Wars: The Political Economy of Agriculture and the International Trade Regime (London: Macmillan, 1998). Korean translation: Seoul, BeeBong, 1999
[editor] Diplomatic Missions: The Ambassador in Canadian Foreign Policy (Kingston, Ont.: School of Policy Studies, 1998)
[editor] Transatlantic Identity? Canada, the United Kingdom, and International Order (Kingston, Ont: School of Policy Studies, Queen's University, 1997).
||Book chapters (cont'd)
'Letting the Sun Shine in at the WTO: How Transparency Brings the Trading System to Life,' World Trade Organization, Staff Working Paper ERSD-2013-03, March 2013.
with Shane Baddeley, (2012) 'Regulatory Transparency in Multilateral Agreements Controlling Exports of Tropical Timber, E-Waste and Conflict Diamonds,' OECD Trade Policy Working Paper No. 141 TAD/TC/WP(2012)18/FINAL, 4-Dec-2012.
'Who Is Accountable at the World Trade Organization?,' ENTWINED, Working Paper December 2011.
Baddeley, Shane, Peter Cheng and Robert Wolfe, (2011) 'Trade Policy Implications of Carbon Labels on Food,' Canadian Agricultural Trade Policy and Competitiveness Research Network CATPRN Commissioned Paper 2011-04, October 2011.
with Mark Halle and assistance from Christopher Beaton, (2011) 'Looking Back, Looking Forward: Civil Society Contributions to WTO Accountability,' ENTWINED, Stockholm, Issue Brief 08 September 2011.
'Did the Protectionist Dog Bark? Transparency, Accountability, and the WTO During the Global Financial Crisis,' ENTWINED, Policy Report 01, March 2011. With a Preface by Mark Halle
with Mark Halle, 'A New Approach to Transparency and Accountability in the WTO,' ENTWINED, Stockholm, Issue Brief 06 September 2010.
'Endogenous Learning and Consensual Understanding in Multilateral Negotiations: Arguing and Bargaining in the WTO,' CATRPN Working Paper 2010-02, May 2010.
Can the trading system be governed? Institutional implications of the WTO’s suspended animation (CIGI Working paper No. 30, September 2007)
Harvesting Public Policy? Private Influence on Agricultural Trade Policy in Canada,' CATPRN Working Paper 2007-4, July 2007.
“New Groups in the WTO Agricultural Trade Negotiations: Power, Learning and Institutional Design,” Canadian Agricultural Trade Policy Research Network: CATPRN Commissioned Paper CP 2006-2, May 2006.
With Jesse Helmer, “Where Is Canada in Global Farm Talks?,” Canadian Agricultural Trade Policy Research Network: Trade Policy Brief 2006-1, April 2006.
"A Strategy for Thailand's Trade Diplomacy," (John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, Queen's University: International and Development Studies Working Paper, October 1997).
"The Making of the Peace, 1993: A Review of Canadian Economic Diplomacy at the OECD," (Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade: Economic and Trade Policy Branch Working Paper, October 1993).
"From farm wars to working peace: the functional approach to the management of trade conflict," in Lucian M. Ashworth and David Long, eds, New Perspectives on International Functionalism (London: Macmillan, 1999), 137-155.
"The Many Missions of Canada's Ambassadors," in Robert Wolfe,ed.,Diplomatic Missions: The Ambassador in Canadian Foreign Policy (Kingston, Ont.: School of Policy Studies, 1998)
with John M. Curtis, "Providing leadership for the trade regime," in Maureen Appel Molot and Fen Osler Hampson, eds, Leadership and Dialogue: Canada Among Nations 1998, (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1998), 119-42.
"Embedded Liberalism as a Transformation Curve: Comment,'" in Thomas J. Courchene, ed., The Nation State in a Global/Information Era: Policy Challenges, (Kingston, Ont: John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, 1997)
"The architecture of (dis)integration: the former Soviet Union and the world economy," in S.N. MacFarlane, ed. Coming Together or Falling Apart: Regionalism in the Former Soviet Union (Kingston: Centre for International Relations, Queen's University, 1997)
with John M. Curtis, "Nothing is Agreed Until Everything is Agreed: First Thoughts on the Implications of the Uruguay Round," in Maureen Appel Molot and Harald von Riekoff, eds., A Part of the Peace: Canada Among Nations, 1994-95 (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1994), 101-28.
"The World in a Grain of Wheat: Farm Wars and European Security," in David G. Haglund, ed., From Euphoria to Hysteria: Western European Security After the Cold War (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1993),
"Article 2 Revisited: Canada, Security and Transatlantic Economic Cooperation," in Michael K. Hawes and Joel Sokolsky, eds., North American Perspectives on European Security (New York: Mellen, 1990), 305-335.
"Overview and Implications," in Courchene, Thomas J., ed. Quebec Inc: Foreign Takeovers, Competition Policy and Universal Banking (Kingston, Ontario: School of Policy Studies, Queen's University, 1990), 3-16. with Thomas J. Courchene.
With Philippe Mineau, 'Has the G8 truly grasped accountability?' Embassy (February 9, 2011)
With Terry Collins-Williams, 'Transparency as a Tool for Subsidy Reform,' Subsidy Watch 32 (September 2009), 2-3.
with Roderick Macdonald 'The Real Constitutional Question: Canada’s 21st Century National Policy,' Policy Options 30:1 (December 2008-January 2009), 68-77.
'Use Transparency to Keep World Trade Flowing,' in Birkbeck, Carolyn Deere and Ricardo Melèndez-Ortiz, eds, Rebuilding Global Trade (Geneva, ICTSD, 2009), 75-7.
with Michael Gifford, Alex McCalla, and Karl Meilke (2008) 'Success of Trade Talks Is Crucial for Canada,' The Toronto Star, March 30, 2008, p.A15. (also published in the Globe and Mail online as Meilke et al, "Doha is not Dead", March 30, 2008.)
'Adventures in WTO Clubland,' Bridges 11:4 (June-July 2007), 21-2.
"The system works - leave it alone," National Post (12 January 2005), FP19
“Face it: We're separate from Uncle Sam” Globe and Mail web only (June 17, 2004)
with Peter Phillips, "Read the Fine Print on GMO Labels," Globe and Mail, (September 3, 2003)
"The WTO on the Way to Cancun: Crossing the River by Feeling the Stones," Policy Options 24:7 (August 2003), 30-2.
“Restoring Frayed Links with U.S.,” The Toronto Star, (April 25, 2003) A31.
'See You in Washington? A Pluralist Perspective on North American Institutions,' Choices 9:4 (April 2003)
"Karl Polanyi The Great Transformation," Policy Options 23:1 (January/February 2002), 39-40.
With Matthew Mendelsohn, "Can't live with it, can't live without it," Globe and Mail (January 31, 2001), A15.
"Confronting the Aftermyth of Seattle: Canada Must Set Key Trade Priorities Now," (Institute for Research on Public Policy, March 2000).
"Battle in Seattle?" Policy Options 20:9 (November 1999), 30-5.
last revised June 15, 2012