Participants

Ari Van Assche, Université de Montréal and Byron Gangnes, University of Hawai`i at Mānoa
"Canada and the Trans-Pacific Partnership: A Global Value Chains Perspective"

Marie Connolly, Université du Québec à Montréal
"What is the Link Between Trade, Local Labor Markets, and Social Mobility?

Jack Corbett, Portland State University
"On Economists and Milkmaids: The TPP and the Uncertain Future of the Canadian Dairy Industry"

Gilbert Gagné, Bishop's University
"Canada's Cultural Exemption Clause in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement"

David G. Haglund and Daniel Troup, Queen's University
"From Sarajevo to Singapore: The Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Nexus between   Regional Interdependence and Regional Security in the 21st Century Asia-Pacific"

Debora J. Halbert, University of Hawai`i at Mānoa
"The Curious Case of Monopoly Rights as Free Trade:  The TPP and Intellectual Property Abstract"

Geoffrey Hale, University of Lethbridge
"Triangulating the National Interest: Getting to "Yes" on the TPP"

Robert Hanlon, Thompson Rivers University
"Anti-Corruption and the Trans-Pacific Partnership:Can a Trade Regime Promote Integrity?"

Michael Hawes, Fulbright Canada/Queen's University and Christopher Kirkey, SUNY Plattsburgh
"TBD"

Les Jacobs, York University
"The Impact of Legal Mobilization by Nonstate Actors on Canada-United States Relations: Mapping Investor Protection in the Trans-Pacific Partnership"

Baybars Karacaovali and Deveraux Talagi, University of Hawai`i at Mānoa
"International Trade Effects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership for the United States and Canada"

Denise Eby Konan, University of Hawai`i at Mānoa
"TBD"

Meredith Lilly, Carleton University
"Will TPP Lead to Job Losses for Canadian Workers? Using a Demographic Transition Framework to Explore Future Labour Market Implications of TPP for Canada"

Meredith Kolsky Lewis, SUNY Buffalo Law School, and Victoria University of Wellington Law School
"The TPP as Domestic and Foreign Policy Win-Wins for Canada"

Laura Macdonald, Carleton University and Jeffrey Ayres, Saint Michael's College
"Complex Multilateralism and the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Canada's Role in the Political Sustainability of Global Governance"

Laurence Marquis, Université de Sherbrooke
"The TPP and the arbitration mechanism in its investment chapter: A pending revolution or much ado about nothing?"

Tadayoshi Masuda, Kinki University, Shawn Arita, Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Theresa M. Greaney, University of Hawai`i at Mānoa  "TPP Effects on Canada, Japan, and U.S. Trade in Agricultural Products"

Stephane Paquin, ENAP
"Federalism, Canadian provinces and international trade negotiations in Canada: CUSFTA, CETA and the TPP compared"

David Pavot, Université de Sherbrooke
"TPP, NAFTA, CETA and conflict of norms: Is there a solution? The example of rules of origin"

Kathrine Richardson, San Jose State University
"Highly Skilled Professional Labor and the Trans-Pacific Partnership:  Is the Deal the Best Next Step beyond the NAFTA for Canada and the U.S.?"