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Stephen Blank
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Stephen Blank Major Publications

Unpublished essays: “Slow Blogs”

British Politics
Multinational Corporations, International Business and Political Risk Analysis
Corporate Strategy in North America
Canada
North America – NAFTA
North American Trade Corridors and Transportation Infrastructure
United States
Other

Unpublished Essays: “Slow Blogs”

“Building Automobiles” to see document, click here

“Europe 1848 & the Arab Spring 2011” to see document, click here

“Implications of Environmental Regulations on Shipping and Ports” to see document, click here

“The Map of North America” to see document, click here

“Working on the Railroad” to see document, click here

British Politics 

Industry and Government in Britain: The Federation of British Industries in Politics, 1945-1965 (Lexington Books (US) and Saxon House (Britain), 1973  click here to purchase book

“Britain: the politics of foreign economic policy, the domestic economy and the problem of pluralistic stagnation,” International Organization (Vol. 31, No. 4, Fall 1977) Reprinted in:  Peter J. Katzenstein, ed., Between Power and Plenty: Foreign Economic Policies of Advanced Industrial States (Madison: University of Wisconsin, 1978),  David Coates and John Hillard, eds., The Economic Decline of Modern Britain: The Debate Between Left and Right (Harvester Press, 1988) Click here to see document

“Britain’s Economic Problems: Lies & Damn Lies” in Issak Kramnic, ed., Perspectives on the British Crisis (Cornell University Press, 1979) click here to see document

“Industrial Policy in Britain: If At First You Don’t Succeed, Don’t Try Again,” in Margaret Dewar, ed., Industry Vitalization: Towards a National Industrial Policy (Pergamon Press, 1982) with Paul Sacks click here to see document

 

Multinational Corporations, International Business and Political Risk Analysis

Multinational Corporations and National Elites (New York: The Conference Board, 1976) with Joseph LaPalombara  click here to purchase book

Multinational Corporations in Comparative Perspective (New York: The Conference Board, 1977) with Joseph LaPalombara click here to purchase book

Multinationals in Contention (New York: The Conference Board, 1978) with Robert Black and Elizabeth Hansen click here to purchase book

“Turning Point for the Foreign Investor,” Across the Board, August 1978 with Jim Greene to see document, click here

Multinational Corporations and Developing Countries (New York: The Conference Board, 1979) with Joseph LaPalombara click here to purchase book

“The Assessment and Evaluation of Non-Econ Environments by American Firms,” Sloan School of Management, Working Paper 1073a, August 1979 with Stephen Kobrin, john Basek and Joseph La Palombara click here to see document

“International Corporate Social Responsibility,” Journal of the Institute for SocioEconomic Studies (Winter 1979) click here to see document

“Multinational Corporations and Developing Countries,” Journal of International Affairs (Spring/Summer 1980) with Joseph LaPalombara Reprinted in: John Stremlau, ed., The Foreign Policy Priorities of Third World Countries (Westview Press, 1982) click here to see document

“The Assessment and Evaluation of Noneconomic Environments by American Firms: A Preliminary Report,” Journal of International Business Studies (Spring/Summer 1980) with John Basek, Stephen Kobrin and Joseph LaPalombara click here to see document

Assessing the Political Environment: An Emerging Function in International Companies (New York: The Conference Board, 1980) with John Basek, Stephen Kobrin and Joseph LaPalombara

“Country Assessments and the Role of the Political Risk Analyst,” in Theodore Moran, ed., International Political Risk Assessment: The State of the Art (Washington: Georgetown University, 1981) click here to see document

“Forecasting Political Risk,” The Corporate Director (September-October 1981) with Paul Sacks click here to see document

“Case Studies in Corporate Political Assessment and Forecasting Systems,” viertel jahres beriches (No.90, December 1982) with Paul Sacks and Joseph LaPalombara click here to see document

“Information for Corporate Political Analysis: Sources, Formats, and Evaluation,” Working Papers, Center for Applied Research, Lubin School of Business, Pace University, No. 57 (February 1986) with Joseph LaPalombara click here to see document

“Transferring the Technology of International Management: Dilemmas in a Globalizing World Economy,” in Paul Licker, ed., Technology Transfer: Global, National, Corporate (Calgary: Faculty of Management, University of Calgary, 1990) click here to see document

“Corporate Social Responsibility: An Historical and Comparative Assessment,” Centre for International Business Studies, Faculty of Management, Dalhousie University, 1998 click here to see document

The Social Responsibility of Business (Prepared for The Centre for Development and Enterprise, October 1998) Click here to see article

 

Corporate Strategy in North America

“Strategic Change and the Management of Firms Across National Borders in North America,” Americas Society, Working Paper No.3 (January 1993) with Stephen Krajewski click here to see document

“Corporate Integration for the New North American Economic Space: Survey Questionnaire Findings,” Americas Society, Working Paper No.4 (March 1993) with Stephen Krajewski and Henry Yu click here to see document

“Corporate Strategies for an Emerging North American Economic Space”, The G-7 Report (Vol.2 No.4, 1993) with Stephen Krejewski,  click here to see document

“Corporate Response to an Emerging North American Economic Space”, Working Papers, Center for Applied Research, Lubin School of Business, Pace University, No. 118 (November 1993) with Stephen Krejewski and Henry Yu click here to see document

“U.S. Firms Face a North American Economy,” Business Quarterly (February 1994) with Stephen Krejewski and Henry Yu click here to see document

“U.S. Firms in North America: Redefining Structure and Strategy,” North American Outlook (Vol 5. No. 2, February 1995) click here to see document

“The Changing Experience of U.S. Subsidiaries in Canada,” in North American Outlook (Washington, National Planning Association, Vol. 5, No. 2, March 1995) with Stephen Krejewski and Henry Yu click here to see document

“Looking Backward and Looking Forward,” in North American Outlook (Washington, National Planning Association, Vol. 5, No. 2, March 1995) with Stephen Krejewski and Henry Yu click here to see document  click here to see document

“Responding to a New Political and Economic Architecture in North America: Corporate Structure and Strategy,” The Northwest Journal of Business & Economics, (March 1995) with Stephen Krajewski and Henry Yu click here to see document

“How organizational change is affecting Canada,” Centre for International Business, University of Toronto (Vol. 5, No 2, May 1997) Click here to see document

Making NAFTA Work; U.S. Firms and the New North American Business Environment(Published by Lynne Rienner for the North-South Center, University of Miami, 1998) with Jerry Haar  click here to purchase book

 

Canada

Canada 1979, International Political and Social Analysis Program, (New York: The Conference Board, 1979)

Canada 1981-1985: The Longer-Term Environment for Business, (New York: Multinational Strategies, Inc., 1981) click here to see document

“Quebecers Making a Point” New York Times (February 3, 1983) Reprinted in: International Herald Tribune (March 1, 1983), Toronto Globe and Mail (March 3, 1983) click here to see document

“Canada: Impossible Dreams,” The Journal of the Institute for SocioEconomic Studies (Fall 1984) click here to see document

“Canada must recognize U.S. concerns,” The Financial Post (September 14, 1985) click here to see document

“Canada: An Economic and Social Portrait”, Canadian Horizons (Prudential-Bache Securities, July 1987) with Fred Harrison and Julie Katzman  Reprinted as:  “Canada: An Economic and Social Portrait” (Institute for U.S.-Canada Business Studies, Lubin Schools of Business, Pace University, November 1987)  click here to see document

“Invisible Border,” Business Backgrounder, Pace University (Summer, Vol. 1 No. 1 1989) click here to see document

“On Balance,” Saturday Night (December 1987) click here to see document

“Canada’s Expanding Role in the United States,” Canadian Horizons (Prudential-Bache Securities, March 1988) click here to see document

“Is Canadian Federalism a Model for Europe and the Soviet Union?” International Economy (November 1990) with Guy Stanley click here to see document

“Redefining Sovereignty for the 21st Century,” American Review of Canadian Studies: 20th Anniversary Special Issue (21:2/3, Summer/Autumn 1991) with Marshall Cohen and Guy Stanley

“Canada in a Globalizing World Economy,” in Per Mokkelbost, ed., Canada and the Challenges of Global Competition (Calgary: Faculty of Management, University of Calgary, 1991) click here to see document

“America’s New Economy,” International Business (May 1992) with Earl Fry click here to see document

“The Referendum in Canada: A US Perspective,” Canada Watch, York University, Toronto, Canada, November-December 1992 click here to see document

“The Crisis in Canada and the Emerging Architecture of North America,” AT Kearney Global Business Policy Council, October 1992 click here to see document

“An Assessment of the Canadian Election” AT Kearney Global Business Policy Council, October 28, 1993 click here to see document

“Fatigué,” Hemisfile, Vol. No 3, May/June 1994  click here to see document

“US Impressions of the Quebec Election,” Canada Watch (York University, Toronto, Canada, October 1994) click here to see document

“Mr Parizeau Comes to New York City,” Canada Watch, (York University, Toronto, Canada, December 1994) click here to see document

“New York and the Quebec Referendum,” Canada Watch, (York University, Toronto, Canada, October 1995) click here to see document

“Our Worry for Canada: Economic Flight,” Newsday (November 2, 1995) click here to see document

“Quebec vs Canada: What Happened, What Lies Ahead,” AT Kearney Global Business Policy Council, November 3, 1995 click here to see article

“Canada and the Clash of Civilizations,” Literary Review of Canada (September 1997) Click here to see document

“Un manque deplorable de leadership,” Le Devoir (February 27, 1998) click here to see document

“The Multilateral Agreement on Investment is Lost in Washington,” Canada Watch (York University, Toronto, Canada, March 1998) click here to see document

“Big Gains for Canada,” The Gazette (Montreal, Quebec, April 17, 1999) with Guy Stanley click here to see document

“Corporate Canada and Foreign Ownership: Old Wine in New Bottles”,Workshop on Canada-US Relations at the Dawn of the New Millennium: Convergence of Divergence?  York University May 12, 2000 click here to see document

“Corporate Canada and Foreign Ownership,” Canada Watch (York University, Toronto, Canada, November-December 2000) Click here to see document

 

North America – NAFTA

“The Invisible Border,” PACE, Summer 1989 to see document, click here

“The U.S.-Canada Free Trade Agreement,” Currency Forecasters’ Digest (May 1989)  with Guy Stanley click here to see document

“Prospects for the Future: Concluding Observations,” Economic Opportunities in Freer U.S. Trade with Canada, eds, Fredric Menz and Sarah Stevens (State University of New York, 1991)

“Brother, Can You Paradigm? Envisioning the Shape of the New World Trading System’, in Lansing Lamont, ed., Reshaping the North American Partnership for the 1990s, (New York: Americas Society, 1991) click here to see document

“The Emerging Architecture of North America,” Americas Society, Working Paper No.1 (January 1993) click here to see document

“The Emerging Architecture of North America,” The G-7 Report (October/November 1992) click here to see document

“The Emerging Architecture of North America,” REDES, Note number 2, Promethée (Paris, October 1992)

“The Emerging Architecture of North America,” The North-South Agenda, Paper One, North-South Center (University of Miami, March 1993) click here to see document

“How Globalization and Freer Trade Are Creating a New Architecture of North America,” Hofstra Labor Law Review (Vol 10, No.2, Spring 1993) to see document, click here

“The Emerging Architecture of North America,” in A. Riggs and T. Velk, eds., Beyond Nafta: An Economic, Political and Sociological Perspective (Vancouver: The Fraser Institute, 1993) Click here to see document

“The Emerging Architecture of North America,” Les Cahiers du CETAI-Documents, Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (University of Montreal, April 1994)

“L’ALENA et la reconfiguration de l’espace économique nord-américain,” in Dorval Brunelle and Christian Deblock, eds., L’Amérique du Nord et l’Europe communautaire: Intégration économique, intégration sociale? (Quebec: Presses de l’Université du Québec, 1994)  to purchase this book, click here

“Trade Wars With Canada?” North/South Magazine (October-November 1992)  with Earl Fry click here to see document

“The Nature and Impact of NAFTA on Japan,” in Robert Mathieson, ed., Japan and NAFTA (Washington: The Pacific Institute, 1993) with Earl Fry click here to see document

“NAFTA: Too much on the table?” Hemisfile (Vol 4 No 3, May/June 1993 click here to see document

“The Changing Infrastructure of North America and Its Impact on Canada’s Relations with Latin America: A Concept Paper,” in J. Haar and E. Dosman, eds., A Dynamic Partnership: Canada‘s Changing Role in the Americas (New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 1993) with Leonard Waverman click here to see document

“Quebec and the Emerging Architecture of North America,” Quebec Studies (16: Spring/Summer 1993) with Guy Stanley click here to see document click here to see document

“NAFTA”, Prepared for the Institute for International Trade and Investment, with Jun Sasaki, 1996  click here to see document

“Interdépendence atlantique et politiques économiques,” Alain Lapointe, ed. Conference Proceedings: Atlantic Trade, Economic Integration and Strategic Alliances (Montreal: Ecole des Hautes Commerciales, 1997) with Anne Taillandier

“NAFTA After Three Years: Mid-Term Assessment of NAFTA” Prepared for The Institute of International Trade and Investment  (1998) click here to see document

“Atlantic Interdependences and a Trans-Atlantic Free Trade Agreement,” in  Gavin Boyd, ed.,  The Struggle for World Markets: Competition and Cooperation Between NAFTA and the European Union (London: Edward Elgar, 1998) with Anne Taillandier Click here to see document Reprinted as:  “Atlantic Interdependences and a Transatlantic Free Trade Agreement,” Working Papers, Center for Applied Research, Lubin School of Business, Pace University, No. 5 (January 1998) with Anne Taillandier click here to see document

“NAFTA After Three Years: The Win-Win Mystique”, STEPHEN BLANK ASSOCIATES February 27, 1998 with Chris Canavan click here to see document

“NAFTA: The Need for Academic Research,” A Three-Way Partnership for Free Trade and Growth, A Colloquium on NAFTA; Proceedings, Center for International Business Education and Research (School of Business Administration, University of Connecticut, 1996)

“Rediscovering North America,” Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto, Working Paper 1997-3

“Canada and the United States: Visions of the 21st Century,”Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto, Working Paper 1997-4 click here to see document

“Trade Flows, Foreign Direct Investment, and Corporate Strategy: Assessing NAFTA – Part I,” Working Papers, Center for Applied Research, Lubin School of Business, Pace University, No. 177 (December 1998) with Victoria Hottenrott click here to see document

“The Impact of NAFTA on Jobs, Wages, and Income Inequality: Assessing NAFTA – Part II,” Working Papers, Center for Applied Research, Lubin School of Business, Pace University, No. 178  (December 1998) with Victoria Hottenrott click here to see document

“North American Plumbing,” mexican notebook (July-August 1999)

“A New Agenda for North America: Call for a Task Force on North America,” Looking Forward (Vol. XXIIII, No, 1, Spring 2001)

“Building the North American Community: Next Steps,” Looking Forward (Vol XXIV, No, 1,  Spring 2002) click here to see document

“The State of North American Integration,” International Management (November-December 2003, with Martin Coiteux) click here to see document

U.S. Depends on North America,” WestchesterCountyBusiness Journal (May 3, 2004) with Guy Stanley and Stephanie Golob click here to see document

“Mapping the New North American Reality” (IRPP Working Paper Series no. 2004-09, online and in hard copy, 2004), editor and author, with Stephanie Golob and Guy Stanley.  Click here to see conclusion. The entire set of paper is preserved on an IRPP website (thankfully!). Click here to see the whole set. Several of the papers produced for this project were reprinted in Policy Option June-July 2004 (click here)

“Reflections on North America’s Integration: NAFTA, FTAA & Doha”, (Originally prepared for Conference on “Reflections on North America’s Integration: NAFTA, FTAA & Doha,” Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, México City, September 27– 28, 2004.) click here to see document

“Canada-US trade in a serious snit,” BTA, Spring 2005 to see document click here

“It Is Time for Canada to Think Carefully about North America: Three Possible NAFTA Scenarios,” Embassy (September 7, 2005) click here to see document

“From Mapping to Networking: Static and Dynamic Models of Regional Integration in the NAFTA Triad “Stephanie R. Golob with Stephen Blank and Guy Stanley (Paper presented at the 18th Biennial Conference of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States, November 16-20, 2005. click here to see document

“SPP and the Way Forward on North American Integration,” International Studies Association, March 2006 click here to see document

“Staying Alive: North American Competitiveness and the Challenge of Asia,” Working Paper, Center for Applied Research, Baruch College, No. 223, October 2006, with Stephanie Golob and Guy Stanley click here to see document

“It Is Time to Talk About North America,” Embassy (January 18, 2006) with Stephanie Golob click here to see document

“Security Measures Not Only Source of Delays at the Border for the Integrated Auto Industry,” Embassy (November 1, 2006) click here to see document

“The North American Reality,” Progress Magazine (November 2007) click here to see document

“North American Trade Since 9/11”, in Gordon Mace and Catherine Duregas, eds., The New Security Equation in the Americas (University of Laval, 2007) to see entire document, click here (SB article on pages 181-187)

The North American Free Trade Agreement and North America, Portal for North America (August 2009) click here to see document

“North American Economic Integration and Comparative Responses to Globalization – Overview”, in Monica Gattinger and Geoffrey Hale, eds, Borders and Bridges: Navigating Canada’s International Policy Relations in a North American Context (Oxford University Press, 2010) with Geoffrey Hale to see document, click here

“Driving Continental Integration: Auto Manufacturing and the Future of North America,” Commentary/Commentaire, online, Macdonald-Laurier Institute (May 2011) click here to see document

“Will BTB be DOA?” online, Macdonald-Laurier Institute (August 2011) click here to see document

“Building Autos: How North America Works & Why Canadian Studies Should be Interested” American Review of Canadian Studies, (December 2011) click here to see document

“You Can’t Get There From Here,” C2C Blog Feature, Connected2Canada Nov 14, 2011 click here to see document

“Beyond the Border is too timid,” Winnipeg Free Press, December 21, 2011, click here to see document. Reprinted online as “Beyond the Borders: Small Change,” C2C Blog Feature, Connect2Canada.com, December 20, 2011 Click here to see document

“No Closer to North America”, CIC, February 9, 2012 to see article, click here

Getting to North American Governance, Center on Governance, University of Ottawa, Governance Innovation Lecture Series (October 2012) click here to see document

The NAFTA Region: A Work in Progress, Inside Policy-The Magazine of the Macdonald-Laurer Institute (October 2012) with Jennifer Jeffs click here to see document

“Widening Competition in North American Freight Transport: The Impact of Cabotage” Commentary/Commentaire, The MacDonald-Laurier Institute (April 2012) with Barry Prentice click here to see document

“Canada-US relations: Not botched, but not enough,” Embassy, November 12, 2012 with Monica Gattinger to see this article, click here

North American Solutions, World Policy Blog (June 11, 2013) click here to see document

How do you get to North America? Practice, practice practice (July 17, 2013) to see document, click here to see document

“A Way Forward For North American Integration” with Jennifer Jeffs (OpenCanada, February 2014) click here to see document

“A path for Three Amigos: Confronting shared, urgent problems,” Financial Post, February 18, 2014 with Jennifer Jeffs click here to see document

Is North American policy “Foreign Policy”? OpenCanada, November 4, 2014 click here to see document

Keystone XL:Tombstone or Cornerstone, OpenCanada, with Monica Gattinger November 17, 2014 click here to see document

“How Do We Get to North America?”, in Brian Bow and Greg Anderson, editors, Regional Governance in Post-NAFTA North America (Routledge, New York and London) 2015  to purchase book click here

“NAFTA at 20: Time to open the internal borders of North American to cabotage”, Research in Transportation Business & Management, 16 (2015) 4–14 with Barry E. Prentice to see article,click here

“Beyond Trade: Reframing the North American conversation,” OpenCanada, June 19, 2015 to see article, click here  

Why Trudeau Doesn’t Need Obama OpenCanada  February 22, 2016 to see article, click here

 

North American Trade Corridors and Transportation Infrastructure

“North American Trade Corridors: An Initial Exploration,” Competition as a driver of change, Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference, Canadian Transportation Research Forum (University of Saskatchewan, 2007) click here to see document

“To get North America moving: Continental transportation system is at capacity,” Winnipeg Free Press (Aug 29, 2007) click here to see document

“Trade Corridors and North American Competitiveness,” ACSUS, Occasional Papers on Public Policy Series (Vol. 1, No. 4) reprinted in The American Review of Canadian Studies (Summer 2008) click here to see document

“North America Transportation Infrastructure Strategy,” North American Networks: Gaps and Opportunities, Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference, Canadian Transportation Research Forum (University of Saskatchewan, 2008) with Stephanie Golob and Guy Stanley click here to see document

“Greening America’s Trade Corridors,” Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference, Canadian Transportation Research Forum (University of Saskatchewan, 2008) with Barry Prentice click here to see document

“Freight Transportation Infrastructure Policies in Canada, Mexico & the US: An Overview and Analysis,” North American Transportation Research Competitiveness Council, Working Paper No. 5 (March 2008) with Graham Parsons and Juan Carlos Villa  click here to see document

“Drivers of Change: Envisioning North America’s Freight Transportation System in 2030,” North American Transportation Research Competitiveness Council, Working Paper No. 7 (August 2008) with Malcolm Cairns  click here to see document

“Freight Transportation Infrastructure in North America: Getting Value for (Billions of) Dollars,” Ivey Business Journal (January/February 2009) click here to see document

“Greening Trade Corridors,” prepared for the North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation March 2009 click here to see document

“Transportation infrastructure and competitiveness”, The U.S.-Mexico Border: A Discussion on Sub-National Policy Options (Woodrow Wilson Center Mexico Institute and El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, 2009) with Erik Lee to see document, click here

“Canada-US Transportation and Corridor Policies”, in Monica Gattinger and Geoffrey Hale, eds, Borders and Bridges: Navigating Canada’s International Policy Relations in a North American Context (Oxford University Press, 2010) with Barry Prentice Click here to see article

“Freight Trucks and Climate Change Policy: Mitigating CO2 Emissions,” (The Conference Board of Canada, February 2010) click here to see document

“Moving Forward on the Atlantic Gateway: Context and Key Questions,” Canadian Journal of Transportation (No. 3, Jul. 2010) with Mary Brooks and Kevin Quigley click here to see document

“Freight Trucks, Mitigating GHG Emissions and the Danger of Incrementalism,” The Asia Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative, Working Paper 2010-06, Wilfrid Laurier Centre for Economic Research and Policy Analysis click here to see document

“Implications of Environmental Regulations on Shipping and Ports”  Canadian Transportation Research Forum (University of Saskatchewan 2011) click here to see document

“Benchmarking the Canadian Gateways and Governance Model,” Transportation Summit 2011: Best Practices, Shaping Global Logistics, Vancouver, BC, , March 23, 2011, with Jean-Paul Rodrigue  to see document, click here

“Implications of Environmental Regulations for Shipping and Ports” Canadian Ports Magazine (Dec 2011) click here to see document

“New  Directions: Transportation Hub and Corridor” Chapter in Canada Among Nations 2011-2012 (McGill-Queens University Press, 2012) click here to see document

“Greening Freight Trucks – What and How” ACSUS, Occasional Papers on Public Policy Series (Vol. 4, No. 3)   click here to see document

“North American Infrastructure: A less than optimistic outlook,” OpenCanada, October 28,, 2014 click here to see document

North American Supply Chain Security, Canadian Global Affairs Institute, June 2016 to see document, click here

Infrastructure, Attitude and Weather: Today’s Threats to Supply Chain Security, Canadian Global Affairs Institute, June, 2016, to see document, click here

 

United States

“The Perot phenomenon was a warning shot,” The Financial Post (July 22, 1992) click here to see document

“The United States on the Eve of the 21st Century,” Queen’s Review (102/3, Fall 1995) click here to see document. Also, ATKearney, click here

“Thoughts on the Downgrade”, Policy Options, October 2011 click here to see document

“The End of the Road”, OpenCanada, July 21, 2014 click here to see document

“Keystone: Political drama far from over”, OpenCanada, January 16, 2015 to see article, click here

“U.S. election: Notes on the circus to the South”, OpenCanada, August 28, 2015 to see article, click here

“Deport them all”,  OpenCanada,  May 26, 2016 to see the article, click here

“The practical ammo against Trump’s deportation plan,” OpenCanada, Mary 26, 2016 to see document, click here

“2016 U.S. election: A Clinton win would still spell turmoil,” OpenCanada, August 19, 2016 to see document, click here

“With Clinton’s loss, a revolution fails,” OpenCanada, November 9, 2016 to see document, click here

“As Trump prepares infrastructure plan, time to mobilize North America’s intellectual resources,” OpenCanada, December 1, 2016  to see document, click here

Trump’s inauguration signs the start of America’s real rebuild,” OpenCanada, January 19, 2017 to see document, click here

“Softwood Lumber: with new tariffs announced, what now?” OpenCanada, April 27, 2017 to see document, click here

 

Other 

“Data on Dissertations in Foreign and Comparative Government by World  Area: 1965-1972”, PS Fall 1972,  American Political Science Association, Volume  V, Number 4 to see document, click here

“Western European Studies in the United States,” Office of Education, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare (1973) “West European Studies in the United States,” FAR Horizons (Summer 1975) click here to see document

“The Future of European Studies,” in Martin Heisler, ed., Politics in Europe (New York: McKay 1974) click here to see document

Western European Studies in the United States (Council for European Studies, University of Pittsburgh, 1975) click here to see full publication

“Perspectives on Europe: A Voice from the Past,” Perspectives on Europe, Spring 2013/43:1  click here to see document

“Malaysia: The High Cost of Affirmative Action,” Asia (March/April 1980) with Louis Kraar  click here to see document

Nigeria: Background to Democracy, International Political and Social Analysis Program (New York: The Conference Board, 1980) click here to see document

“Review and Evaluation of the Foundation’s International Relations Fellowship Program,” Rockefeller Foundation, April 1980

“Fellowships in International Relations: The Implementation of the Foundation’s Strategy, Part II,” Rockefeller Foundation, September 1984 to see document, click here

Doing Business in Nigeria: A U.S. Corporate Assessment (Washington: Nigeria-U.S. Business Council, 1985)

“Scholarship on Canada in the United States: The Business Sector,” in Karen Gould, Joseph Jockel and William Medcalfe, eds, Northern Exposures: Scholarship on Canada in the United States (Washington: Association of Canadian Studies in the United States, 1993) with Earl Fry  Click here to see document

“The Pataki Administration, New York State”, Prepared for the Government of Ontario, Bosworth, Blank, June 1995 click here to see document

The Outlook for China, A Review of Expert Opinions on China’s Economy, Politics and Industrial Policy, Anderson, Blank and Bosworth March 1993 click here to see document

“THE CHINESE: A NEW POWER IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY?, ” Stephen Blank Associates, December 11, 1995 click here to see document

“ARE HIGH RATES OF ECONOMIC GROWTH IN CHINA SUSTAINABLE?” Stephen Blank Associates, July 3, 1996 click here to see document

“The Politics and Economics of Cyberspace: A Perspective on Corporate Strategy,” in Mary-Lea Cos and Eric Kruger, eds., The Politics and Economics of the Internet and Cyberspace (New York/Tokyo: The Pacific Institute, 1998) click here to see document An earlier version of this paper was published as “The Politics and Economics of Cyberspace: A Perspective on Corporate Strategy,” Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto, Working Paper 1997-5  click here to see document

“Economic Policy in Revolutionary Times: The Case of the Automobile Industry” in Stephen Blank, Eric Kruger and Thomas Synnott III, eds, Sea Change and Anxiety in the Advanced Economies (New York/Tokyo: The Pacific Institute/The Asian Institute) 1997 click here to see document

“The Silk Road: Issues in Search of a Paradigm” and “Reflections on the Silk Road Meeting,” in Kiichi Mochizuki and Katherine Mueller, eds., The New Silk Road and the Global Counterculture (New York/Tokyo: The Pacific Institute, 1999) click here to see document

“Will Free Markets Fail Us…Again? What we should already know about economic liberalism,” Literary Review of Canada (78:14, Winter 1999/2000)

“George Soros, Karl Polanyi, and the Crisis of Global Capitalism,” in Kiichi Mochizuki and Kate Mueller, eds., The world Financial Transformation and Its Political Implications (New York/Tokyo: The Pacific Institute, 2000) click here to see document

“The uncertain future of electric cars,” OpenCanada, July 6, 2016 to see document click here

Powerful Changes in the Structure of our World are Unrolling: Three Recent Reports,” Canadian Global Affairs Institute, August 2016 to see document click here

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