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Daniel Drache

Professeur émérite, York University

Lens : My work focuses on mapping and documenting the complexities of globalisation at a time of unparalleled inequality. Through active public engagement, community and critical expression we can change the global narrative in alternative and dynamic directions. You will find here many research projects on social transformation, collaborations, books, academic articles, contemporary videos spanning 50 years of critical theoretical and practical research.

Deliverables : I’ve researched and written on various topics from an interdisciplinary perspective such as : global governance and the WTO (with particular focus on public health, the breakdown of the Doha Round negotiations and poverty eradication) ; NAFTA and North American integration ; activist counterpublics and the iconography of dissent ; the foundational political economy of Harold Innis and contemporary resource capitalism, and present-day media monitoring such as Canada’s Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women.

Future Present : Currently I am leading a collaborative research project on the BRI, China’s global infrastructural initiative. It is now published by Bloomsbury, 2019, One Road Many Dreams China’s Bold Plan to Remake the Global Economy. My latest project with Marc Froese is entitled, Have the Populists Won ? The War on Liberal Democracy, ECW, 2022.

Publications et événements

The Rich List : The Global Corporate Race to Be Number One

Notes de recherche | TLI Think ! Paper 12/2016

The Rich List : The Global Corporate Race to Be Number One

Daniel Drache (York University) Michèle Rioux (UQAM) et Paul Longhurst (York University)


Notes de recherche

Global Change and Uncertainty : The Paradox of Our Time

A Research Report on Sovereignty and the Magnetic Power of Interdependency


Notes de conférence | Colloque

From Doha to Kananaskis : The Future of the World Trading System and the Crisis of Governance

Colloque From Doha to Kananaskis : The Future of the World Trading System and the Crisis of Governance, York (...)

Notes de conférence | Colloque

The Post Washington Consensus : The Market Disconnect and the Public Reconnect

Colloque Governance and the Public Domain in Contrasting Economies : The Cases of India and Canada, CRRID campus (...)


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