Research

Current research:

My current research focus is the political economy of international trade and the role of the state in innovation and economic competitiveness. Across both, I’m fascinated by the tensions between domestic policy and international governance. Previously my (private sector) work focused on governance issues related to changes in economic, demographic and technological forces.

Research, Consulting & Presentation clients:

Research, consulting and presentation clients have included: the World Economic Forum, the Lisbon Council, the United States General Services Administration – Office of Citizen Services, Microsoft/Fast, IBM, as well as numerous government agencies across Canada, the United States and Europe.

Previous research:

“Between Collective Action and a Fragmented Political Economy: the G20 and the Return of Protectionist Impulses,” with Dr. Andrew F Cooper, in Contemporary Politics (Forthcoming 2014).

“Post-Doha Trade Governance: Atlantic Hegemony or WTO Resurgence?” CIGI Policy Brief Series, No.3, April 2013. Available at: http://www.cigionline.org/sites/default/files/no3_1.pdf

“The Missing Movement: A Polanyian Analysis of Pre-crisis America,” The International Journal of Social Economics, (September 2012).
http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?issn=0306-8293&volume=39&issue=8&articleid=17042014&show=abstract

“Defining Global Accountability in Global Governance,” The Canadian Journal of Globalization, Fall 2011, Issue 2, p1-22. Available at: http://www.socialsciences.uottawa.ca/sites/default/files/public/dvm/eng/documents/larevuecanadienne.pdf

“From Multi- to Mini-lateralism: Globalization’s Next Stage?” Centre for International Governance Innovation, Series: Canadian perspectives on new economic thinking: reflections from the INET conference at Bretton Woods, June, 2011. Available at: http://www.cigionline.org/publications/2011/6/multi-mini-lateralism-globalization%E2%80%99s-next-stage

Anthony D. Williams and Dan Herman. Government 2.0 – Transforming Government and Governance for the Twenty-First Century, New Paradigm, Government 2.0 research program, 2008. Available at: http://wiki.dbast.com/images/a/aa/Transforming_govt.pdf

Dan Herman and Amy Cortese. Demography is Destiny. nGenera Insight, Government 2.0 research program, 2008.

Mobile Government: Governance and Government in an age of mobility with Alan Majer and Grant Buckler. nGenera Insight, Government 2.0 research program, 2008.

Dan Herman. The Politics of Preference: The Political Economy of the African Growth and Opportunity Act and its Impact on Sub-Saharan Beneficiaries. Development Studies Institute. London School of Economics and Politics, 2007.

Anthony D. Williams, Dan Herman and Walter Staples. WIKINOMICS: New Ways of Collaborating for Export Competitiveness, New Paradigm, Government 2.0 research program, 2007.   Also published in New Challenges for Export Development: Reports prepared for the World Export Development Forum, 8-11 October 2007, International Trade Centre, Geneva.

Grant Buckler, Dan Herman and Anthony D. Williams. The Future of Open Source, New Paradigm, Government 2.0 research program, 2007.

Anthony D. Williams, Alan Majer and Dan Herman. Master Data Management – Accelerating Government Transformation, New Paradigm, Government 2.0 research program, 2007.

Don Tapscott, David Ticoll and Dan Herman. The Digital Conglomerates. New Paradigm, Information Technology & Competitive Advantage research syndicate, 2006.

Amy Cortese and Dan Herman. Think Global, Act Global. New Paradigm, Information Technology & Competitive Advantage research syndicate, 2006.

Dan Herman. Radical Sourcing Models – The Boeing 787 Dreamliner. New Paradigm, Information Technology & Competitive Advantage research syndicate, 2006.

Dan Herman. Wikipedia – Lessons in Social Innovation. New Paradigm, Information Technology & Competitive Advantage research syndicate, 2006.

Rena Granofsky and Dan Herman. Starbucks: The Sweet Sound of Success? New Paradigm, Information Technology & Competitive Advantage research syndicate, 2005.

Dan Herman and Tim Warner. Medical Poetry: Patient-Oriented Evidence that Matters.  New Paradigm, Information Technology & Competitive Advantage research syndicate, 2005.

Dan Herman and Tim Warner. Personal Health Records: Information Ownership in a New Era of Health Care. New Paradigm, Information Technology & Competitive Advantage research syndicate, 2005.

Tim Warner and Dan Herman. Saving Money, Saving Lives: IT Adoption in Primary Care Practice. New Paradigm, Information Technology & Competitive Advantage research syndicate, 2005.

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