Daniel Drache is Director of the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies and Professor of Political Science at York University. He has written widely on globalization and the limits of markets, trade blocs, employment, Harold Innis and economic integration. Presently he is heading up a major project on governance of the public domain after the triumph of markets. The Robarts Centre is engaged in a major interdisciplinary research project examining the incipient concept of the public domain in an era of globalization and exploring its multiple dimensions and overlapping components with respect to social exclusion, identity and the social bond in the hemisphere. His research interests include: the political economy of integration and social exclusion; borders and identity; North American integration; cultural discourse and public space; public goods theory and the theory of the public good; and the thought and influence of Harold Innis.
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