|Director, PhD Program in Global GovernanceBalsillie School of International AffairsAssociate Professor, Political ScienceWilfrid Laurier University|
Areas of Expertise
Political Economy, International Trade, International Organizations, International Affairs
Dr. Goff specializes in international political economy, international relations theory, and international organization, with a particular interest in trade, intellectual property, and the cultural capacity of international organizations. She is co-editor (with Kevin C. Dunn) of Identity and Global Politics: Theoretical and Empirical Elaborations (Palgrave, 2004) and co-editor (with Paul Heinbecker) of Irrelevant or Indispensable?: The United Nations in the 21st Century (Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2005). She is also author of Limits to Liberalization: Local Culture in a Global Marketplace (Cornell University Press: 2007).
“Political Beliefs and the Academic Responsibilities of Undergraduate Teaching.” (with Jamie Frueh, David Blaney, Kevin Dunn, Eric K. Leonard, and Simona Sharoni). Journal of Political Science Education 4: 4 (2008).
“Imagining Independence: At the Intersection of Cultural and Foreign Policies,” In An Independent Foreign Policy for Canada?, edited by Brian Bow and Patrick Lennox. 2008,University of Toronto Press).
“A Comment on the Effective Possibilities of ultilateralism,” In Can the World Be Governed?, edited by Alan Alexandroff. (2008, Wilfrid Laurier University Press).
Limits to Liberalization: Local Culture in a Global Marketplace. (Cornell Studies in Political Economy Series, Cornell University Press, 2007).
Updated, July 2014