Articles Published in Refereed Journals

2013      “Discipline, Field, Nexus: Re-visioning Sociology.” Canadian Review of Sociology 50: 1-26.

“Half a Century of Sociological Scholarship in the CRS(A).Canadian Review of Sociology 50: 239-55.

 “Networks of Cognitive Praxis: Transnational Class Formation from Below?” Globalizations 10: 651-70.

“Whither the Transnational Capitalist Class?” Socialist Register 50: 162-88

Playdough Capitalism: An Adventure in Critical Pedagogy.” Socialist Studies 9(1): 52-68.

“Global Capitalism, American Empire, Collective Imperialism?” Studies in Political Economy 92: 93-100.

“Embedding Post-Capitalist Alternatives? The Global Network of Alternative Knowledge Production and Mobilization.” Journal of World-Systems Research 19(2): 211-40, with JP Sapinski as second author.

2012     “Global, Transnational, Regional, National: The Need for Nuance in Theorizing Global Capitalism.” Critical Sociology 38: 365-71.

2011      “Transnational Class Formation? Globalization and the Canadian Corporate Network.” Journal of World-Systems Research 17: 379-402, with Jerome Klassen as co-author.

2010      “The Global Corporate Elite and the Transnational Policy-Planning Network, 1996–2006: A Structural Analysis.” International Sociology 25(4): 501-538, with JP Sapinski as second author.

“Constituting Corporate Europe: A Study of Elite Social Organization.” Antipode 42(4): 811-43, with Meindert Fennema and Eelke M. Heemskerk as second co-authors.

“Hollowing out Corporate Canada? Changes in the  Corporate Network Since the 1990s.” Canadian Journal of Sociology 35(1): 1-30, with Jerome Klassen as co-author, http://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/CJS/issue/view/460

“Crisis, Movements, Counter-Hegemony: in search of the new.”  Interface: a journal for and about social movements 2(2): 168-98, http://interfacejournal.nuim.ie/2010/11/interface-issue-2-volume-2-voices-of-dissent/

“Social Movements and Counter-Hegemony: Lessons from the Field.” New Proposals: Journal of Marxism and Interdisciplinary Inquiry 4(1) , with R.S. Ratner as co-author, http://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/newproposals/issue/view/96/showToc

2009      “Transnationalists and national networkers in the global corporate elite.” Global Networks 9 (2)

2008      “The Corporate Elite and the Transformation of Finance Capital: A view from Canada.”  Sociological Review 56(S1): 44-63.

“Building our Media: Community Broadcasting, Social Movements and Media Democratization.” Global Media Journal – Australian Edition 1(1): 1-6, with Robert A. Hackett as first author.

2007      “Global Cities in the Global Corporate Network.” Environment and Planning A 39: 2297-2323.

“From Canadian Corporate Elite to Transnational Capitalist Class: Transitions in the Organization of Corporate Power.” Canadian Review of Sociology 44(3): 265-88.

“Ambivalent Allies: Social Democratic Regimes and Social Movements.” BC Studies 154 (Summer): 37-62, with R.S. Ratner as co-author

“Hegemony and Counter-Hegemony in a Global Field.” Studies in Social Justice 1(1): 36-66, http://phaenex.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/SSJ/article/viewFile/193/184

2006      “Democratic Media Activism through the lens of Social Movement Theory.” Media, Culture & Society 28 (1): 83-104, with Robert A. Hackett as second author

“Asking the Right Questions: A Final Word on the Transnational Business Community.” International Sociology 21 (4): 607-10.  

“Hegemony, Counter-Hegemony, Anti-Hegemony.” Socialist Studies 2 (2): 9-43, http://www.socialiststudies.com/index.php/sss/article/view/27

2005      “The NDP Regime in British Columbia, 1991-2001: A post-mortem.” Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 42 (2): 167-96, with R.S. Ratner as co-author

2004      “Problems in the study of the transnational business community.” International Sociology 19: 369-78, with Meindert Fennema as co-author

2003      “Forging a new hegemony? The role of transnational policy groups in the network and discourses of global corporate governance.”  Journal of World-Systems Research 9 (1): 67-104, with Colin Carson as co-author.

“The Network of Global Corporations and Policy Groups: A Structure for Transnational Capitalist Class Formation?” Global Networks  3 (1): 29-57, with Colin Carson as co-author.

2002      "Does Disorganized Capitalism Disorganize Corporate Networks?" Canadian Journal of Sociology 27: 339-71

"Is There a Transnational Business Community?" International Sociology 17: 393-419, with Meindert Fennema as co-author

               "Westward Ho? The Shifting Geography of Corporate Power in Canada." Journal of Canadian Studies 36 (4): 118-42

2001      “Neoliberal transformation and antiglobalization politics in Canada: Transition, consolidation, resistance.” International Journal of Political Economy 31(3): 33-66, with William Little as co-author

Sustaining Oppositional Culture in ‘Post-Socialist’ Times: A Comparative Study of Three Social Movement Organizations.” Sociology 35: 605-29, with R.S. Ratner as co-author.

 "Consolidating a Neoliberal Policy Bloc in Canada, 1976‑1996." Canadian Public Policy 27(2):1‑23, with Murray Shaw as co-author.

 "Undoing the End of History: Canada‑Centred Reflections on the Challenge of Globalization." Socialist Studies Bulletin 63-64: 5-31.

2000      “Globalization, Neo-Liberalism and the Changing Face of Corporate Hegemony in Higher Education. Studies in Political Economy 62: 71-98, with James Beaton as co-author.

1999      “Finance Capital and Capitalist Class Integration with the 1990's: Networks of Interlocking Directorships in Canada and Australia.” Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology  36:331-54 with Malcolm Alexander as co-author

“Media Strategies and Political Projects: A Comparative Study of Social Movements.”  Canadian Journal of Sociology 24(1):1-34 with R.S. Ratner as co-author.

1996      "Master Framing and Cross-Movement Networking in Contemporary Social Movements."  The Sociological Quarterly 37:601-625 with R.S. Ratner as co-author.

"Master Framing and Counter-Hegemony: Political Sensibilities in the New Social Movements."  Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 33:407-35 with R.S. Ratner as co-author.

1995      "Old Unions and New Social Movements."  Labour/Le Travail 35:195-221 with R.S. Ratner as co-author.

1994      "Between Leninism and Radical Pluralism: Gramscian Reflections on Counter-Hegemony and the New Social Movements."  Critical Sociology 20(2):3-26 with R.S. Ratner as co-author.

1993      "Introduction."  Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, Special Issue on New Directions with Study of Social Movements, 30(3):309-15.

1991      "Restructuring Finance Capital:  Changes in the Canadian Corporate Network 1976-1986."  Sociology 25:491-510 with Scott Lewis as co-author.

1990      "Restructuring Capital, Reorganizing Consent:  Gramsci, Political Economy, and Canada," Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 27:390-416.

1989      "Feminism, Class Consciousness and Household-Work Linkages Among Registered Nurses in Victoria," Labour/Le Travail 24:131-45, with Rennie Warburton as co-author.

"Ambiguities of Political Consciousness Among Registered Nurses in Victoria," B.C. Studies 83:3-28, with Rennie Warburton as co-author.

"Social Democracy, Neo-Conservatism and Hegemonic Crisis in British Columbia," Critical Sociology 16(1):29-53, with R.S. Ratner as co-author.

"Neoliberalism and the Recomposition of Finance Capital in Canada,"  Capital and Class 38:81-112.

1987      "The 1981 Socioeconomic Index for Occupations in Canada" Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 24:465-88 with Bernard R. Blishen and Catherine Moore as co-authors.

"Which Women are More ProletarianizedGender, Class and Occupation in Canada."  Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 24:571-85.

1984      "The Individual, Class, and Corporate Power in Canada" Canadian Journal of Sociology 9:245-68 (special issue on class and social stratification)

1982      "The Network of Directorate Links Among the Largest Canadian Firms," Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 19:44-69 with John Fox and Michael D. Ornstein as co-authors.

"The Canadian Corporate Elite:  Financiers or Finance Capitalists?" Studies in Political Economy 8:89-114.

1978      "Sex Differences in a Socio-Economic Index for Occupations in Canada, Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 15:352-371 with Bernard Blishen as co-author.

 

Books, Chapters, Monographs

2014       “Alternative Policy Groups and Transnational Counter-Hegemonic Struggle.” Pp. 259-84 in Yıldız Atasoy (ed.) Global Economic Crisis and the Politics of Diversity. London & New York: Palgrave MacMillan

2013       “Neoliberal Hegemony and the Organization of Consent.” Pp. 121-35 in Rebecca Fisher (ed.), Managing Democracy, Managing Dissent: Capitalism, Democracy and the Organisation of Dissent. London: Freedom Press, with Matthew Greeno as co-author.

                "La globalización y la red corporativa canadiense". Pp. 145-187 in Alejandra Salas-Porras (ed.), ¿Cómo se Gobierna América del Norte? Estrategias, Instituciones y Políticas Públicas, México: SITESA-UNAM-FCPYS, with Jerome Klassen as co-author.

2012        “Capital relations and directorate interlocking: the global network in 2007.” In Georgina Murray and John Scott (eds.), Financial Elites and Transnational Business: Who Rules the World? Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar, 54-75.

2011       Remaking Media: The Struggle to Democratize Public Communication. Jinan, China: Jinan University Press, with Robert A. Hackett as first author (Chinese edition of Hackett and Carroll, 2006).

“Crisis, Movements, Counter-Hegemony: in search of the new.” Chapter 5 in Henry Veltmeyer (ed.), 21st Century Socialism: Reinventing the Project. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing 

2011        “Corporate Elites and Intercorporate Networks.” In John Scott and Peter Carrington (eds.), The Sage Handbook of Social Network Analysis. London: Sage, 180-95, with J.P. Sapinski as second author.

2010        The Making of a Transnational Capitalist Class. London: Zed Books. In collaboration with Meindert Fennema, Colin Carson, Eelke Heemskerk and JP Sapinski.

 Corporate Power in a Globalizing World. Toronto: Oxford University Press, revised edition.

2009       “Corporate Canada, Globalization and Neoliberal Democracy.” In Edward Grabb and Neil Guppy (eds), Social Inequality in Canada fifth edition. Toronto: Pearson Prentice Hall, 29-43.

               “World Trade Organization (WTO) protests, Quebec City, 2001.” In Immanuel Ness (ed.),  International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest. New York: Wiley-Blackwell, 3654-3661.

2008       “Tracking the Transnational Capitalist Class: The View from on High.” In Yildiz Atasoy (ed),  Hegemonic Transitions, the State and Crisis in Neoliberal Capitalism, London & New York: Routledge.

“Visions and Divisions: Normative Commitments of Media Democratization.” In David A. Smith (ed.), The Social Issues Collection. London: Routledge, http://www.socialissuescollection.com/, with  Robert A. Hackett as first author.

2006       Remaking Media: The Struggle to Democratize Public Communication. London: Routledge, with Robert A. Hackett as first author.

“Marx’s Method and the Contribution of Institutional Ethnography.” In Caelie Frampton, Gary Kinsman, AK Thompson and Kate Tilleczek (eds.), Sociology for Changing the World, Halifax: Fernwood Publishing, 232-45.

“Neoliberalism, Capitalist Class Formation and the Global Network of Corporations and Policy Groups.” In Dieter Plehwe, Bernhard Walpen and Gisela Neunhoffer (eds.), Neoliberal Hegemony: A Global Critique. London: Routledge, 51-69, with Colin Carson as co-author.

2005      Challenges and Perils: Social Democracy in Neoliberal Times. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing, with R.S. Ratner as co-editor.

“Social Democracy in Neoliberal Times.” In William K. Carroll and R.S. Ratner (eds.),  Challenges and Perils: Social Democracy in Neoliberal Times. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing, 7-24.

“The NDP Regime in British Columbia, 1991-2001: A Post-Mortem.” In William K. Carroll and R.S. Ratner (eds.),  Challenges and Perils: Social Democracy in Neoliberal Times. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing, 105-36, with R.S. Ratner as co-author.

2004      Critical Strategies for Social Research. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press

“Unpacking and Contextualizing Critical Research Strategies.” In W.K. Carroll (ed.), Critical Strategies for Social Research. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 1-14.

“Conclusion”. In W.K. Carroll (ed.), Critical Strategies for Social Research. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 385-96.

               Corporate Power in a Globalizing World. Toronto: Oxford University Press

2003      Global Shaping and its Alternatives. Toronto: Garamond Press, with Yildiz Atasoy as co-editor.

"Social Movements and Transformation." In Wallace Clement and Leah F. Vosko (editors) Changing Canada: Political Economy as Transformation. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 79-105, with Elaine Coburn as co-author

 “Wealth of Nations: Aboriginal Treaty Making in the Era of Globalization.” In John Torpey (ed.) Politics and the Past. New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 217-47, with R.S. Ratner and Andrew Woolford as co-authors.

2001      “Social Movements.” In Douglas Baer (ed.) Political Sociology: Canadian Perspectives. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 142-163.

2000      “Neoliberalism, Corporate Hegemony, and the University.” In Denise Doherty-Delorme and Erika Shaker (eds.), Missing Pieces II: An Alternative Guide to Canadian Post-Secondary Education. Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 200-208, with James Beaton as co-author.

1997      “Organizing Dissent:  Contemporary Social Movements in Theory and Practice, Second edition. (Toronto:  Garamond Press), edited, 333 pp.

“Social Movements and Counterhegemony:  Canadian Contexts and Social Theories,” in William K. Carroll, ed., Organizing Dissent:  Contemporary Social Movements in Theory and Practice, Second edition (Toronto:  Garamond Press), 3-38.

1996      Social Justice and Social Movements:  Challenges and Opportunities in a Globalized World,”  in William Carroll, Radhika Desai and Warren Magnusson, Globalization, Social Justice and Social Movements:  A Reader (Victoria:  University of Victoria Division of Continuing Studies), 89-147.

1993      New Directions in the Study of Social Movements, A Special Issue of the Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 30(3), edited, 120 pp.

1993      "Canada in the Crisis: Transformations in Capital Structure and Political Strategy," in Henk Overbeek, ed., Restructuring Hegemony in the Global Political Economy.  London: Routledge, 216-45.

1992      "Contemporary Social Movements and the Left in English Canada: An Overview."  Mado 14:163-76, translated into Japanese by Yahiro Unno.

Organizing Dissent: Contemporary Social Movements in Theory and Practice. (Toronto: Garamond Press), edited, 269 pp.

"Introduction: Social Movements and Counter-Hegemony in a Canadian Context," in W.K. Carroll, ed., Organizing Dissent.  (Toronto: Garamond Press), 1-19.

Fragile Truths: 25 Years of Sociology and Anthropology in Canada(Ottawa: Carleton University Press), edited with Linda Christiansen-Ruffman, Raymond F. Currie and Deborah Harrison as co-editors, 433 pp.

"Introduction," in W.K. Carroll et al., eds., Fragile Truths.  (Ottawa: Carleton University Press), with Linda Christiansen-Ruffman, Raymond F. Currie and Deborah Harrison as co-authors, 1-13.

1991      "Capital, Labour and the State:  The Future of the Labour Movement" in B. Singh Bolaria, ed., Social Issues and Contradictions in Canadian Society(Toronto:  Harcourt Brace Jovanovitch), 317-36, with Rennie Warburton as co-author.

1988      "The Political Economy of Canada" in James Curtis and Lorne Tepperman, eds., Understanding Canadian Society (Toronto:  McGraw-:Hill Ryerson Limited), 129-82.

"Class and Corporate Power," in James Curtis et al, eds., Social Inequality in Canada (Scarborough:  Prentice-Hall Canada), 53-68.

"Class and Gender in Nursing", in B. Singh Bolaria and Harley D. Dickenson, eds., Sociology of Health Care in Canada (Toronto:  Harcourt Brace Jovanovitch), 364-74 with Rennie Warburton as senior co-author

1986      Corporate Power and Canadian Capitalism.  (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press), 284 pp.

1985      "Dependency, Imperialism and the Capitalist Class in Canada," in Robert J. Brym, ed., The Structure of the Canadian Capitalist Class (Toronto:  Garamond Press), 21-52.

1984      The New Reality (Vancouver: New Star Brooks), edited with Warren Magnusson as senior co-editor, and Charles Doyle, Monika Langer and R.B.J. Walker as co-editors.

"The Solidarity Coalition," in Warren Magnusson, William K. Carroll, Charles Doyle, Monika Langer, and R.B.J. Walker, eds., The New Reality (Vancouver: New Star Books), 94-114.

"Medicare at Risk," in Warren Magnusson, William K. Carroll, Charles Doyle, Monika Langer and R.B.J. Walker, eds., The New Reality (Vancouver:  New Star Books), 214-227, Charles Doyle and Noel Schacter, co-authors.

1982      "Socioeconomic Measures from Canadian Census Data," ch. 3 in Mary G. Powers (ed.), Measures of Socioeconomic Status:  Current Issues.  Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, Inc., with Bernard R. Blishen as co-author.

1981      "Cognitive Balance in Personal Construct Systems," ch. 8 in Han Bonarius, Ray Holland and Seymour Rosenberg, (eds.), Personal Construct Psychology (London:  Macmillan Publishers Ltd.), with Rita C. Carroll as co-author.

1980      "Testing and Assessment Across Cultures:  Issues in Methodology and Theory," in H. Triandis and W.W. Lambert, eds., Handbook of Cross-Cultural Psychology (Boston: Allyn), vol. II, 181-244, with S.H. Irvine as senior co-author.

 

Other Publications (including book reviews and reports)

2013       Review of  Richard Westra, The Evil Axis of Finance (Atlanta, GA: Clarity Press, 2012), in Studies in Social Justice 7(1): 165-7.

                “The Basic Issues of Capitalism in the XIX Century are Still Vital in the XXI Century.” Economic Sociology 14(5): 12-22 (translated into Russian by Elena Konobeeva) http://ecsoc.hse.ru/issues/2013-14-5/annot.html#doc_24137

2012       Sunera Thobani: A Very Public Intellectual” Socialist Studies 8(2): 12-30 http://www.socialiststudies.com

2010       “‘You are Here’: An Interview with Dorothy Smith.” Socialist Studies 6(2): 9-37, William K. Carroll, interviewer http://www.socialiststudies.com

                Review of Michelle Williams, The Roots of Participatory Democracy: Democratic Communists in South Africa and Kerala, India. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), in Socialist Studies 6(2): 202-4.

                “‘Pulling the Monster Down’: Interview with William K. Carroll.” Socialist Studies 6(1): 65-92, Elaine Coburn, interviewer http://www.socialiststudies.com

2009       “Corporate Interests Displace the Public Interest.” CCPA Monitor 16(1): 26-29 

Review of Goran Therborn, From Marxism to Post-Marxism? (New York: Verso, 2008), in Socialist Studies 5(2): 160-162.

Review of Kirsten Kozolanka, The Power of Persuasion: The Politics of the New Right in Ontario (Montreal: Black Rose Books, 2007), in Canadian Journal of Communication 34(2):320-321.

Review of Dominique Clément, Canada's Rights Revolution: Social Movements and Social Change, 1937–82, (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2008), in Law and History Review 27(3) http://www.historycooperative.org/journals/lhr/27.3/br_22.html.

2008      “Hegemony and Counter-Hegemony in a Global Field.” Transnational News. Transnational Institute, 21 October http://www.tni.org/e-news/211008.htm

2007      Review of Sanford M. Jacoby, The Embedded Corporation: Corporate Governance and Employment Relations in Japan and the United States (Princeton: Princeton University Press 2004)

2006       Review of Derek Wall, Babylon and Beyond: The Economics of Anti-Capitalist, Anti-Globalist and Radical Green Movements, in Canadian Journal of Sociology Online January-February www.cjsonline.ca/reviews/babylon.html

2005       Review of Jeffrey Cormier, The Canadianization Movement: Emergence, Survival, and Success, in Mobilization 10 (1): 194-5

2004      “Critical Social Movements and Media Reform.”  Media Development 49(1): 14-19, with Robert A. Hackett as senior author.

Review of Paul Windolf, Corporate Networks in Europe and the United States, in British Journal of Sociology 55: 160-161

“Do we pull the monster down?” Socialist Studies Bulletin 75: 23-4.

2003      “Undoing the End of History: Canada-Centred Reflections on the Challenge of Globalization.” In Yildiz Atasoy and William K. Carroll (eds.), Global Shaping and its Alternatives. Aurora, Ontario: Garamond Press, 33-55 (revised version of Carroll, 2001).

2002      "Neoliberalisme en antiblogaliseringsbeweging in Canada: de transformatie van de jaren negentig." Vlaams Marxistisch Tijdschrift  26 (1): 52-69, with William Little as co-author

2001      “Anti-Globalization and Counter-Hegemony.” Socialist Review 28 (3/4): 28-33, with R.S. Ratner as co-author

2000      “External Review of the Graduate Programs: Department of Sociology, University of Waterloo.” Submitted to the Ontario Council of Graduate Studies, May 17, with Raymond Currie and Roberta Hamilton as co-authors, 23 pp.

               “Social Movements and the Theory of Counter-Hegemony in Canada” Bulletin of the Faculty of Economics, Kanazawa University 20 (2): 211-240, translated into Japanese by Dr. Yahiro Unno. (translated reprint of Carroll 1997)

1999      “Recent Globalization and the Changing Structure of Corporate Capital.” Economic Review of Komazawa University, 31 (3), 181-209, translated into Japanese by Dr. Setooka Hiroshi.

               “Thinking with Marx Beyond the Asian Crisis.” Socialist Studies Bulletin 55:31-9

               “External Review of the Department of Sociology.” Trent University, Peterborough , Ontario, 26pp.

               “Restructuring Capital, Reorganizing Consent: Gramsci, Political Economy, and Canada.” Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association Website, http://artsci-ccwin.concordia.ca/socanth/csaa/csaa.html

               “The Canadian Corporate Elite: Financiers or Finance Capitalists?” Pp 98-108 in Reza Nakhaie (ed.) Debates on Social Inequality: Class, Gender, and Ethnicity.  Toronto: Harcourt Brace and Company, Canada

1995      "Capital, Labour and the State: The Future of the Labour Movement" in B. Singh Bolaria, Ed., Social Issues and Contradictions in Canadian Society. (Toronto: Harcourt Brace Jovanovitch) (Revised version of W.K. Carroll & T.R. Warburton, 1991)

1994      "Class and Gender in Nursing."  Revised and reprinted in B. Singh Bolaria and Harley D. Dickinson (eds.), Health, Illness and Health Care in Canada 2nd edition.  Toronto: Harcourt Brace Canada, 556-69.

1990      "Dependency, Imperialism and the Capitalist Class," reprinted in James Curtis and Lorne Tepperman, eds., Images of Canada:  The Sociological Tradition.  Scarborough:  Prentice-Hall Canada, 164-78.

               "Neo Liberalisme et Recomposition du Capital Financier," in Gerard Boismenu and Daniel Drache, eds., Politique et Regulation.  Montreal:  Editions du Meridien, 275-307.

1990      Review of Tom Bottomore and Robert J. Brym, eds., The Capitalist Class:  An International Study, in Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 27:547-9.

               "The Canadian Corporate Elite:  Financiers or Finance Capitalists?"  reprinted in John Scott, ed., The Sociology of Elites volume 3.  Brookfield, Vermont:  Elgar, 298-323. (Book review)

1988      "Neoliberalism and the Recomposition of Finance Capital in Canada."  After the Crisis 2:1-29 (Amsterdam:  University of Amsterdam Faculty of Political and Social Sciences). (Paper in conference proceedings)

1987      Review of Donald E. Blake, Two Political Worlds:  Parties and Voting in British Columbia, in Canadian Journal of Sociology 12:160-162. (Book review)

1986      Review of Gregory Baum and Duncan Cameron, Ethics and Economics: Canada's Catholic Bishops and the Economic Crisis, in Labour/Le Travail 18:233-235. (Book review)

1975      The Addiction Research Foundation and the Social Service Community: A Study of Roles and Relationships (Toronto:  Addiction Research Foundation), with M.I. Berkowitz and R. Marr as co-authors.

 

Papers, Lectures and Addresses

2013         “From social democracy to democratic socialism.” Invited paper presented at Canadian Committee on Labour History workshop, Victoria, 2 June.

                “Global Capitalism, American Empire, Collective Imperialism?” Presented to the Society for Socialist Studies Annual Meeting, Victoria, June.

                “Challenges and Paradoxes of Alternative Knowledge: The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.” Presented to the Society for Socialist Studies Annual Meeting, Victoria, June, with David Huxtable as co-author.

               “Whither the transnational capitalist class?” Invited paper presented to the Department of Political Economy, University of Sydney, Sydney, 18 March.

               “PRIA and its cousins: producing knowledge for social transformation.” Invited paper for the Society for Participatory Research in Asia, New Delhi, 15 February.

               “Global corporate power and a new transnational capitalist class?”  .” Invited paper for the Centre for Civil Society, Durban, 17 January.

               “Research institutes dedicated to social justice: A global survey.” Invited paper for the Centre for Civil Society, Durban, 15 January.

2012        “Embedding Postcapitalist Alternatives: the global network of alternative knowledge production and mobilization.” Presented to the conference, Embeddedness and Beyond: Do Sociological theories meet Economic Realities?, Moscow, October, with JP Sapinski as coauthor.

                “Embedding Postcapitalist Alternatives: the global network of alternative knowledge production and mobilization.” Presented to the International Sociological Association Forum, Buenos Aires, August, with JP Sapinski as coauthor. 

               “Embedding Postcapitalist Alternatives: the global network of alternative knowledge production and mobilization.” Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Society for Socialist Studies, Waterloo, June, with JP Sapinski as coauthor.

               “Discipline, field, nexus: revisioning sociology.” Plenary Address to the Canadian Sociological Association, June.

 “Alternative Policy Groups and Global Civil Society: Networks and discourses of counter-hegemony.”  Invited paper presented at A Social Movement Society? Possibilities and Realities. University of Ottawa, May

                “Alternative Policy Groups and Global Civil Society: Networks and discourses of counter-hegemony.”  Invited paper presented to Department of Sociology, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St John`s, March

2011       “Globalization and the Canadian Corporate Network.” Presented to the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, October 21, with Jerome Klassen as second author

               “Continental Neoliberalism and the Canadian Corporate Elite.” Presented to the Center for Research on North America, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, October 20, with Jerome Klassen as co-author

               “Alternative Policy Groups and Counter-Hegemony: transnational class formation from below.” International Conference on Capitalism and Transnational Class Formation, Prague, September 17

               “Alternative Policy Groups and Transnational Counter-Hegemonic Struggle.” Economic Crisis and the Reorganization of the Global Economy: Trans/regional Responses, Simon Fraser University, Harbour Centre, Vancouver, September 10

               “Social Justice Studies at the University of Victoria: Program and Practice.” Society for Socialist Studies Annual Meeting, Fredericton, June.

               “Alternative Policy Groups and Transnational Counter-Hegemonic Struggle.” Invited address. Centre for Co-operative and Community-based Economy, University of Victoria, March 17.

               “Alternative Policy Groups and Transnational Counter-Hegemonic Struggle.” Invited address. Department of Sociology Colloquium, University of British Columbia, March 15.

2010       “The Transnational Capitalist Class.” Invited address. Global Fridays series, University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, November.

               “Capital Relations and Directorate Interlocking: The Global Network in 2007.” Presented at the World Congress of Sociology, Goteborg, July

               “Transnational Class Formation? Globalization and the Canadian Corporate Network.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Socialist Studies, Ottawa, June, with Jerome Klassen as co-author

               “Crisis, Movements, Counter-Hegemony.” Invited address to the Department of Sociology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, 12 March 2010

2009       “Constituting corporate Europe: a study of elite social organization.” Presented at the 4th Annual IPE in Amsterdam Symposium, June, with Meindert Fennema and Eelke Heemskerk as co-authors.

                 “Billionaires and Networkers: Wealth and Position in the Global Corporate Power Structure.”  Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Socialist Studies, Ottawa,

 May.

2008      “Hollowing out the Corporate Elite? Changes in the Canadian Corporate Network since the 1990s.” Presented at the annual meetings of the Canadian Political Science Association, Vancouver, May.

The Global Corporate Elite and the Transnational Policy-Planning Network, 1996-2006: A Structural Analysis.” Presented at the 1st International Sociological Association Forum of Sociology, Barcelona, September, with JP Sapinski as co-author.

2007      “Critical Research Strategies for a Public Sociology.” Invited address presented at the session on Public Sociology: Neoliberal Scotland, Neoliberal World, 8th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Glasgow, September.

"Media Democratization and Counter-Hegemony." Invited paper presented at Communication & Conflict: Propaganda, Spin and Lobbying in the Global Age, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, September, with Robert Hackett as co-author.

“Elite Policy-Planning and the Transnational Capitalist Class.” Invited paper presented at Communication & Conflict: Propaganda, Spin and Lobbying in the Global Age, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, September.

“Tracking the Transnational Capitalist Class: The View From On High.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Socialist Studies, Saskatoon, June.

“Tracking the Transnational Capitalist Class: The View From On High.” Invited address to the Conference on Hegemonic Transitions and the State, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, February

2006      “Mapping Global Corporate Power: A longitudinal network analysis of elite social organization.” Invited address to the Conference on Politics and Interlocking Directorates, Barcelona, September

“Mapping Global Corporate Power: A longitudinal network analysis of elite social organization.” Presented at the World Congress of Sociology, Durban, July

“From Canadian corporate elite to transnational capitalist class.” John Porter Memorial Lecture. Plenary Address. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Sociology Association, York University, Toronto, June

“Hegemony, Counter-Hegemony, Anti-Hegemony.” Plenary Address to the Annual Meeting of the Society for Socialist Studies, Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences, York University, Toronto

“From Canadian corporate elite to transnational capitalist class: Transitions in the organization of corporate power.” Invited paper presented at Finance, Industry and Power: The Capitalist Corporation in the 21st Century. York University Department of Political Science, April.

“Hegemony and Counter-Hegemony in a Global Field of Action.” Invited paper presented at the Centre for Global Political Economy, Simon Fraser University, March

“Method and Substance in Corporate-Elite Network Analysis.” Invited paper presented at the Workshop on Reviving Elite Research, Centre for Research in Socio-Cultural Change, University of Manchester, March

2005      “Ambivalent Allies: Social Democratic Regimes and Social Movements,” Thinking-Through-Action Conference, SFU Harbour Centre, June 10-11, 2005, with R.S. Ratner as coauthor

               “The Transnational Corporate Network and the Canadian Corporate Elite.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Socialist Studies, London, June

               “The NDP Regime in British Columbia, 1991-2001: A post-mortem,” Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, January 2005, with R.S. Ratner as coauthor

2004      “Global cities in the global corporate network.” Invited address, presented to the Faculty of Economics, University of Hyogo, Kobe, October

“On Internet Resources for Researching and Resisting Corporate Power.” Invited workshop, presented to the Faculty of Economics, Kansai University, Kyoto, October

               “Neoliberalism, capitalist class formation and the global network of corporations and policy groups.” Presented at the Japan Society for Political Economy Annual Conference: Contemporary Market Economy and Political Economy, Osaka, October, with Colin Carson as co-author

               “Democracy, Movements and Power: What is at Stake in Media Reform?” Invited paper presented at the Symposium on Media Reform, Royal Roads University, Victoria, October, with Robert Hackett as co-author.

“Democratic Media Activism Through the Lens of Social Movement Theory.”  Presented at the annual meeting of the International Association for Media and Communication Research, Porto Alegre, July, with Robert Hackett as second author.

“The NDP Regime in British Columbia, 1991-2001: A Post-Mortem.” Presented at a joint session of the CSAA and Society for Socialist Studies, Winnipeg, June, with R.S. Ratner as coauthor.

               “Representing Spatiality in the Transnational Corporate Network.” Invited address to the Specialist Workshop on Globalization in the World-System: Mapping Change Over Time. University of California, Riverside, February.

2003      “Neoliberal Transformation and Anti-Globalization Politics in Canada.”  Presented at the Studies in Political Economy colloquium on Globalization, Carleton University, Ottawa, August, with Bill Little as co-author

               “Ambivalent Allies: Social Democratic Regimes and Social Movements.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Socialist Studies, Dalhousie University, Halifax, June, with R.S. Ratner as co-author

               “Social Movement Theory and Democratic Media Activism.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Communication Association, Dalhousie University, Halifax, June, with Robert Hackett as co-author

2002      “Sociology as Praxis: Critical Strategies for Social Inquiry.” Inaugural Address to the Sociology Doctoral Program in Social Justice, University of Windsor, October.

               “The network of global corporations and elite policy groups: A structure for transnational capitalist class formation?” Presented at the World Congress of Sociology, Brisbane, July, with Colin Carson as co-author.

               “The Network of Global Corporations and Elite Policy Groups: A Small World?.” Presented at the 22nd Sunbelt Social Networks Conference, New Orleans, February, with Colin Carson as co-author.

2001      “Does Disorganized Capitalism Disorganize Corporate Networks? Evidence from Canada.” Presented at the NIAS Conference on Corporate Governance in a Globalizing World. Wassenaar, The Netherlands, April, and at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Quebec City, May.

               The Network of Interlocking Directorates, USA, 1976 and 1996". Presented at the NIAS Conference on Corporate Governance in a Globalizing World. Wassenaar, The Netherlands, April, with Malcolm Alexander as co-author.

               “Wealth of Nations: Aboriginal Treaty-Making in the Era of Globalization.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Institute of Sociology, Crakow, July, with R.S. Ratner and Andrew Woolford as co-authors.

               "Is There a Transnational Business Community?" Presented at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study Conference on Corporate Governance in a Globalizing World. Wassenaar, The Netherlands, April, with Meindert Fennema as co-author.

2000      "Undoing the End of History: Canada‑Centred Reflections on the Challenge of Globalization." Invited Address to the International Colloquium on Globalization, Societies, Cultures.  Humanities and Social Sciences Federation of Canada, May, University of Alberta.

               “Social Justice in a Globalizing World.” Lecture to the Knox United Church Outreach Committee, Parksville, B.C.

               "Consolidating a Neoliberal Policy Bloc in Canada, 1976‑1996." presented at the 20th Sunbelt Social Networks Conference, Vancouver, B.C., with Murray Shaw as co-author.

               “Social Movements and Counter-Hegemony: Lessons from the field.” Marxism Today: A Renewed Left View. International Conference. Havana. February, with R. S. Ratner as co-author.

               “Sustaining Oppositional Culture in ‘Post-Socialist’ Times: A Comparative Study of the Social Movement Organizations.” Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, San Diego, March, with R. S. Ratner as co-author.

1999      “Prospects of Radical Politics in an Age of Globalization.” New Left? The Third Way and the Quest for Social Justice. International Conference, University of Victoria, September

               “Recent globalization and the changing structure of corporate capital”, Colloquium presentation, Faculty of Economics, Komazawa University, Tokyo. July,

               “Capitalist crises and social justice struggles: New challenges in a globalizing world,” Colloquium presentation, Faculty of Economics, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto.

               “Capitalist crises and social justice struggles: New challenges in a globalizing world,” Invitational paper presented at the annual conference of the Institute for Human-Centered  Economics, Kansai Seminar House, Kyoto. July,

               “Thinking with Marx Beyond the Asian Crisis.”  Conference on The Asian Crisis and Beyond: Prospects for the 21st Century, Carleton University, Ottawa.  (January)

               “Reflections on Social Science and Making History.”  Faculty of Social Sciences Colloquium on What is ‘Science’ in Social Science, University of Victoria. (January)

1998      “Sustaining Oppositional Cultures in ‘Post-Socialist’ Times: A Comparative Study of Three Movement Organizations.”  World Congress of Sociology, Montreal, with R.S. Ratner as co-author.  (July)

               “Globalization, Corporatization and University Governance in Canada, 1976-1996: A Structural Analysis.”  World Congress of Sociology, Montreal, with James Beaton as co-author. (July)

               “Corporatization of University Governance in Canada, 1976-1996: A Structural Analysis.”  Annual Meetings of the CSAA, Ottawa, with James Beaton as co-author. (June)

               “Aboriginal Schism: The Movement in British Columbia.”  Annual Meetings of the CSAA, Ottawa, with R.S. Ratner as co-author. (June)

               “Rethinking Canadian Democracy.”  Public Issues Lecture Series, University of Victoria. (March)

1997      “Going Global:  Dilemmas Facing Social Movement Organizations in the Remaking of Counter-Hegemony.”  Annual Meetings of the CSAA, St. Johns, with R.S. Ratner as co-author. (June)

1996      "Does Political Democracy Include Economic and Social Democracy: Questions, Challenges and Options."  Revitalizing Our Democracy Lecture Series, Victoria. (September)

               "Strategies of Cultural Engagement: Social Movements and the Mass Media."  Annual Meetings of the CSAA, St.Catharines, with R.S.Ratner as co-author. (June)

               "Coalition Politics in B.C.: The B.C. Action Canada Network."  Annual Meeting of the Pacific Northwest Labour History Association, Vancouver, with R.S. Ratner as co-author. (May)

               "Going Global: Dilemmas Facing Social Movement Organizations."  International Sociological Association Conference on Globalization and Collective Action, Santa Cruz, with R.S. Ratner as co-author. (May)

1995      "Social Justice and Social Movements."  Leon and Thea Koerner Lecture, University of Victoria. (March)

               "Social and Distribution Justice in the New Social Movements."  Green College Speaker Series, UBC, with R.S. Ratner as co-author. (March)

               "Corporate Power in the 1990s: Comparing Canadian and Australian Interlock Networks."  Annual Meetings of the CSAA, Montreal, with Malcolm Alexander as junior co-author. (June)

1995      "Framing and Networking in Contemporary Social Movements."  Annual Meetings of the CSAA, Montreal, with R.S. Ratner as co-author. (June)

               "Coalition Politics and Counter-Hegemony: The Case of the Action Canada Network."  Annual Meetings of the Society for Socialist Studies, Montreal, with R.S. Ratner as co-author. (June)

               "The Impact of Global Capitalism on Corporate Power in Australia and Canada."  ACSANZ Conference, La Trobe University, Australia, with Malcolm Alexander as co-author. (February)

               "Social Movements and Social Justice."  University of Victoria, Sociology Departmental Colloquium. (February)

1994      "Master Frames and Counter-Hegemony: Political Sensibilities in New Social Movements."  Colloquium presented to the School of Australian and Comparative Studies, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia with R.S. Ratner as co-author. (August)

               "Reality-Framing in Social Movement Organizations."  Refereed Round Table on Collective Behavior and Social Movements, Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C. with R.S. Ratner and Donna Vogel as co-authors. (August)

               "Social and Distributive Justice in the New Social Movements."  13th World Congress of Sociology, Bielefeld, Germany with R.S. Ratner as co-author. (July)

1994      "Contemporary Social Movements and Discourses of Dissent: Problems of Unity and Fragmentation Across Movements."  Annual Meetings of the Society for Socialist Studies, Calgary. (June)

1993      "Old Unions and New Social Movements."  Joint Session of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association and the Society for Socialist Studies, Ottawa, with R.S. Ratner as co-author. (June)

1992      "Crisis Metaphors and the Current Conjuncture."  Canada in Crisis: A Forum Sponsored by Studies in Political Economy, University of Victoria. (October)

               "Models of Counter-Hegemony."  Annual Meetings of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Charlottetown, with R.S. Ratner as co-author. (June)

               "From Leninism to Radical Pluralism: Models of Counter-Hegemony and the New Social Movements."  The Culture and Social Movements Workshop, University of California, San Diego, with R.S. Ratner as co-author. (June)

1989      "Restructuring Capital, Reorganizing Consent:  Gramsci, Political Economy, and Canada."  The John Porter Memorial Lecture.  Annual Meetings of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Quebec City. (June)

               "An Elite Divided?  Changes in the Canadian Corporate Network 1976-1986."  Annual Meetings of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Quebec City, with Scott Lewis as co-author. (June)

1988      "Neoliberalism and the Recomposition of Finance Capital in Canada."  International Conference on Regulation Theory, Barcelona. (June)

               "Neoliberalism and the Recomposition of Finance Capital in Canada."  After the Crisis Colloquium, University of Amsterdam. (April)

               "Social Democracy, Neo-Conservatism, and Hegemonic Crisis in British Columbia."  After the Crisis Colloquium, University of Amsterdam. (January)

1987      "Hegemony and Crises in British Columbia, 1983-1987."  University of Saskatchewan Department of Sociology Colloquium, with R.S. Ratner as co-author. (October)

               "Restructuring Canadian Finance Capital:  A Report on Work in Progress."  Nag's Head Conference on Interlocking Directorates, Nag's Head, North Carolina. (September)

               "Feminism, Class Consciousness and Household-Work Linkages Among Registered Nurses in Victoria."  Annual Meetings of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Hamilton, with T. Rennie Warburton as co-author. (June

               "Keynesian economics and the crisis in British Columbia."  Pacific Group for Policy Alternatives Conference:  "Fantasies are not Enough."  Vancouver. (January)

1986      "Class and Gender:  A study of Registered Nurses in Victoria."  B.C. Studies Conference, Victoria, with T. Rennie Warburton as co-author. (November)

1986      "Theorizing the restructuring of capital in Canada."  Conference on Trends in Social Inequality, University of Western Ontario, London. (October)

1985      "Approaches to analyzing corporate networks,"  Annual Meetings of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Montreal. (May)

               "Labour, community and the state: Political protest in British Columbia, 1983-1984,"  Annual Meetings of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Montreal. (May)

               "Gender, Status and Class:  An analysis of the Canadian occupational structure."  Research on Women Network, University of Victoria. (February)

1984      "The Family as an Economic Unit," invitational address to the Conference on the Future of Work and the Family, University of Victoria. (April)

1983      "Dependency, Imperialism, and the Capitalist Class in Canada," invitational paper presented to the Conference on the Structure of the Canadian Capitalist Class, University of Toronto. (November)

               "The Individual, Class, and Corporate Power in Canada,"  Annual Meetings of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Vancouver. (June)

1982      Interview with Mr. Kim Wale of Radio UVic on "Canada and Multinational Corporations." (April 23)

1981      "Longitudinal Analysis of Directorate Interlocks," Annual Meetings of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Halifax, with John Fox and Michael D. Ornstein as co-authors. (May)

1980      "The Canadian Corporate Elite:  Merchants and Bankers or Finance Capitalists?"  Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, New York. (August)

1979      "Personal Construct Theory and the Balance Model:  A Theoretical Integration and Empirical Study."  Third International Congress on Personal Construct Psychology, Breukelen, The Netherlands, with Rita C. Carroll as co-author. (July)

1976      "A Network Analysis of Interlocking Directorates Among the One Hundred Largest Canadian Corporations."  Annual Meetings of the Western Anthropological and Sociological Association, Calgary, with John Fox and Michael D. Ornstein as co-authors. (December)