Borders and Bridges: Canada's Policy Relations in North America by Monica GattingerBorders and Bridges: Canada's Policy Relations in North America by Monica Gattinger

Borders and Bridges: Canada's Policy Relations in North America

EditorMonica Gattinger, Geoffrey Hale

Paperback | February 5, 2010

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This edited collection of essays by leading and emerging scholars from Canada and the United States examines Canada's policy relations within a North American context. Contributors trace policy changes from the signing of CUFTA and NAFTA, through 9/11, and up to the present day. North Americanpolicy areas covered include: border management, security, the North, energy and environmental policies, immigration, cultural relations, and labour. Current and comprehensive, Borders and Bridges is the ideal text for students of Canada's international policy relations.
Monica Gattinger is Associate Professor in the School of Political Studies at the University of Ottawa. She has written book chapters and journal articles, and has co-authored and co-edited books on Canadian and North American energy policies, and Canadian cultural policy. She is principal investigator on a three-year SSHRC-funded stud...
Title:Borders and Bridges: Canada's Policy Relations in North AmericaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.71 inPublished:February 5, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0195432002

ISBN - 13:9780195432008


Table of Contents

Preface/AcknowledgementsList of Contributors1. Monica Gattinger and Geoffrey Hale: Borders and Bridges: Canada's Policy Relations in North AmericaPart I: Structural and Horizontal Policy Issues2. Geoffrey Hale and Stephen Blank: North American Economic Integration and Comparative Responses to Globalization: Overview3. Christopher Sands and Greg Anderson: Fragmegration, Federalism, and Canada-United States Relations4. John Kirton and Jenilee Guebert: Soft Law Regulatory Coordination and Convergence in North AmericaPart II: Sectoral Policy IssuesBorder Management and Defence5. Bernard J. Brister: The Same Yet Different: The Evolution of the Post-9/11 Canada-United States Security Relationship6. Geoffrey Hale and Christina Marcotte: Border Security, Trade, and Travel Facilitation7. Douglas C. Nord: The North in Canadian-American Relations: Searching for Collaboration in Melting SeasEnergy and Environmental Policies8. Monica Gattinger: Canada's Energy Policy Relations in North America: Towards Harmonization and Supranational Approaches?9. D. Rick Van Schoik, John Kirton, and Jenilee Guebert: Natural Boundaries and National Borders: Barriers to Progress and Bridges to Collaboration in North American Transborder Environmental Governance10. Douglas Macdonald and Debora L. Van Nijnatten: Canadian Climate Policy and the North American Influence11. Emma S. Norman and Karen Bakker: Governing Water across the Canada-US BorderlandMigration, Labour, and Cultural Policies12. Tamara M. Woroby: Canadian Migration Policy in a North American Framework: Perspectives and Prospects13. Laura Macdonald: Labour on the Side: Shallow North American Governance and the Fate of Canadian and US Workers14. Kevin V. Mulcahy: Identity, Independence, and Imperialism: The Case of Canadian-American Cultural RelationsPart III: Trade Patterns and Platforms for Trade15. Christopher J. Kukucha: Sub-Federal Trade and the Politics of North American Economic Integration: Evaluating the Cross- Border Exports of American States16. Anita I. Anand: The Persistence of Country-Specific Financial Market Regulation in the Face of Free Trade Agreements17. Guy Stanley: Borders and Bridges: Free Trade, Supply Chains and the Creation of a Joint Trading Platform: Canada-US Industrial Development 1980-200118. Stephen Blank and Barry Prentice: Canada-US Transportation and Corridor Policies19. William A. Kerr and Jill E. Hobbs: Agricultural Trade and Food Safety20. Geoffrey Hale and Monica Gattinger: Variable Geometry and Traffic Circles: Navigating Canada's Policy Relations in North AmericaGlossaryIndex

Editorial Reviews

"In short, it is an overdue and much needed book-creating a conversation in the field of comparative policy relations and suggesting ways in which the field should continue to be studied." --Dr Melissa Haussman, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Carleton University