Written primarily with scholars and advanced students of law and politics in mind, this book will also appeal to policy-makers, activists, and general readers interested in the challenges Canada faces in a globalizing world.
Stephen Clarkson is a professor of political economy at the University of Toronto and a senior fellow of the Centre for International Governance Innovation. Stepan Wood is a professor of law at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, and a Core Faculty member of the York Institute for Research and Innovation in Sustainability.
1 Introduction Part 1: Canada's Emerging Supraconstitution 2 The Supraconstitution: A Framework for Analysis 3 Making the World Safe for Transnational Capital: The Economic Supraconstitution 4 Good Citizens of Planet Earth? The Weakness of Global Social and Environmental Governance 5 Taking the Measure of the Supraconstitution Part 2: Consolidating or Confronting Hegemony? Governance Within and Beyond the State 6 From Retreat to Revitalization: The Paradoxes of the Globalized State 7 Global Law Beyond the State: Governance by Business and Civil Society 8 Rethinking Canadian Governance and Law in a Globalized World Notes References Index