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Globalization and the Canadian State

The Canadian state’s closer integration into the global political economy has helped shape a new international role, domestic institutional changes, and a significant shift in public policies compared to the post World War II era. This course examines the reciprocal relationship between the Canadian state and globalization and, while focused on Canada, makes comparisons with similar countries.

GLOBAL ST 770 / POLI SCI 770

Globalization and the Canadian State

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): Graduate Term(s): Offered?: No

The Canadian state’s closer integration into the global political economy has helped shape a new international role, domestic institutional changes, and a significant shift in public policies compared to the post World War II era. This course examines the reciprocal relationship between the Canadian state and globalization and, while focused on Canada, makes comparisons with similar countries.


Stephen McBride

Professor | Canada Research Chair in Public Policy and Globalization