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Economic Co-operation: Summitry, Institutions, and Structural Change

by John Kirton

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Bayne, Nicholas, “The G7 Summit and the Reform of Global Institutions,” Government and Opposition 30 (Autumn 1995): 492-509.

Bergsten, Fred and Randall Henning, Global Economic Leadership and the Group of Seven, (Washington, D.C.: Institute for International Economics, 1996).

Bretton Woods Commission (1994), “Bretton Woods: Looking to the Future,” Commission Report, Staff Review, Background Papers, (Washington, D.C.; Bretton Woods Commission, July).

Commission on Global Governance (1995), Our Global Neighbourhood: The Report of the Commission on Global Governance, (New York: Oxford University Press).

De Silguy, Yves-Thibault (1997), membre de la Commission, responsable des affaires economoiques, monetaires et financieres, “The impact of the creation of the euro on financial markets and the international monetary system,” Institute of International Finance, Washington, Tuesday, 29 April.

Eichengreen and Kenen (1994), “Managing the World Economy Under the Bretton Woods System: An Overview,” in Peter Kenen, ed., op. cit., pp. 3-57.

Feldstein, Martin (1988), “Distinguished Lecture on Economics in Government: Thinking about International Economic Coordination,” Journal of Economic Perspectives 2 (Spring): 3-13.

Gummett, Philip, (ed.), Globalization and Public Policy, (Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, 1996).

Higgott, Richard (1996), “Beyond Embedded Liberalism: Governing the International Trade Regime in an Era of Economic Nationalism,” in Philip Grummett, ed., op. cit., pp. 18-45.

Hodges, Michael (1994), “More Efficiency, Less Dignity: British Perspectives on the Future Role and Working of the G-7,” The International Spectator 29 (April-June): 161-177.

Ikenberry, John, “The Myth of Post Cold War Chaos,” Foreign Affairs 75 (May-June 1996): 79-91.

Ikenberry, John (1993), "Salvaging the G-7," Foreign Affairs 72 (Spring): 132-139.

Ionescu, Ghita, “Reading Notes, Summer 1995: From International to Global reform,” Government and Opposition 30 (Summer 1995): 394-7.

Jayawardena, Lal (1989), "World Economic Summits: The Role of Representative Groups in the Governance of the World Economy," Development: Journal of the Society for International Development 4: 17-20.

Kenen, Peter, ed., Understanding Interdependence, (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995).

Kenen, Peter, Managing the World Economy, (Washington, D.C.: Institute for International Economics, 1994).

Keohane, Robert (1994), “Comment,” in Peter Kenen, ed., op. cit., pp. 58-63.

Keohane, Robert (1984), After Hegemony: Cooperation and Discord in the World Political Economy, (Princeton, N.J.; Princeton University Press).

Kindleberger, Charles (1973), The World in Depression, 1929-39, (Berkley:University of California Press).

Kirton, John (1997a), “Canada and APEC: Contributions and Challenges,” Asia Pacific Papers 3 (May): 1-27.

Kirton, John (1997b), “Le Role du G7 sur le Couple Integration Regionale/Securité Globale,” Etudes Internationales 28 (Juin).

Kirton, John (1995a), “The G-7, the Halifax Summit, and International Financial System Reform,” North American Outlook 5 (June): 43-66.

Kirton, John (1995b), “The Diplomacy of Concert: Canada, the G7 and the Halifax Summit,” Canadian Foreign Policy 3 (Spring): 63-80.

Kirton, John (1994), “Exercising Concerted Leadership: Canada's Approach to Summit Reform,” The International Spectator 29 (April-June 1994): 161-176.

Kirton, John (1993), “The Seven Power Summit and the New Security Agenda,” in David Dewitt, David Haglund and John Kirton, eds., Building a New Global Order: Emerging Trends in International Security, (Toronto: Oxford University Press), pp. 335-357.

Kirton, John (1989), “The Seven Power Summit as an International Concert,” Paper presented at the International Studies Association Annual meeting, London, England, April.

Kokotsis, Ella and John Kirton (1997), “National Compliance with Environmental Regimes: The Case of the G7, 1988-1995,” Paper prepared for the Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, Toronto, March 18-22.

Krasner, Stephen, ed., (1983), International Regimes, (Ithaca, N.Y.; Cornell University Press, 1983).

Labbohm, Hans (1995), G7 Economic Summits: A View from the Lowlands, The Hague: Netherlands Institute of International Relations Clingendal.

Lawrence, Robert Z., Albert Bressand and Takatoshi Ito (1996), A Vision for the World Economy, (Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution).

Lewis, Flora (1991-2), "The G-71/2 Directorate," Foreign Policy 85 (Winter): 25-40.

Llewellyn, John and Stephen Potter (eds,), Economic Policies for the 1990's, (Oxford: Blackwell, 1991).

Odom, William (1995), "How to Create a True World Order," Orbis 39 (Spring): 155-72.

Ostry, Sylvia (1990), Governments and Corporations in a Shrinking World: Trade and Innovation Policies in the United States, Europe and Japan, (New York: Council of Foreign Relations).

Pauly, Louis W., Who Elected the Bankers? Surveillance and Control in the World Economy, (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1997).

Portes, Richard (1994), “Comment,” in Peter Kenen, ed. op. cit., pp. 64-68.

Putnam, Robert and Nicholas Bayne (1987), Hanging Together: The Seven Power Summits, (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press).

Putnam, Robert D. and C. Randall Henning (1989), “The Bonn Summit of 1978: A Case Study in Co-ordination,” In Richard N. Cooper, Barry Eichengreen, Gerald Holtham, Robert D. Putnam, and C. Randall Henning, Can Nations Agree: Issues in International Economic Co-operation, Washington: Brookings Institution.

Ruggie, John, ed. (1993), Multilateralism Matters: The Theory and Praxis of an International Form, (New York; Columbia University Press).

Rugman, Alan and Michael Gestrin (1996), “A Conceptual Framework for a Multilateral Agreement on Investment: learning from the NAFTA,” in Pierre Sauve and Daniel Schwanen, eds., Investment Rules for the Global Economy, (Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute), pp. 147-175.

Smyser, W. R. (1993), "Goodbye, G-7," The Washington Quarterly 16 (Winter): 15-28.

Snidal, Duncan, “The Limits of Hegemonic Stability Theory,” International Organization 39 (Autumn 1985): 579-614.

ul Haq, Mahbub (1994), “The Bretton Woods Institutions and Global Governance,” in Peter Kenen, ed.

Von Furstenberg, George and Joseph Daniels (1992), Economic Summit Declarations, 1975-1989: Examining the Written Record of International Cooperation, (Princeton: Princeton University Press).

Weintraub, Sidney (1997), NAFTA at Three: A Progress Report, (Washington, D.C.; The Centre for Strategic and International Studies).

Whyman, William E. (1995), "We Can't Go On Meeting Like This: Revitalizing the G-7 Process," The Washington Quarterly 18 (Summer): 139-65.

Williamson, John and Marcus Miller (1987), Targets and Indicators: A Blueprint for the International Coordination of Economic Policy, Policy Analyses in International Economics 22, (Washington, D.C.; Institute for International Economics).

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