Research

Publications

2020. Relations avec la Chine : le monde se transforme et le Canada doit s’adapter.  Cahiers du CÉRIUM – Centre d’études et de recherches internationales/CERIUM Working Papers, University of Montréal. February 21.  https://cerium.umontreal.ca/recherche/publications/cahiers-du-cerium/une-nouvelle/news/relations-canada-chine-le-monde-se-transforme-et-50091/

2019. Global order, US–China relations, and Chinese behaviour: The ground is shifting, Canada must adjust. International Journal. December 19. https://doi.org/10.1177/0020702019894991 PDF version here: Massot 2019 Canada-China International Journal

2019. What do Canadians think of China and the United States? (with Paul Evans and Xiaojun Li), Policy Options, December 12. https://policyoptions.irpp.org/magazines/december-2019/what-do-canadians-think-of-china-and-the-united-states/

[In French] 2019. Que pensez-vous de la Chine et des États-Unis? (with Paul Evans and Xiaojun Li), Options politiques, December 12. https://policyoptions.irpp.org/fr/magazines/december-2019/que-pensez-vous-de-la-chine-et-des-etats-unis/

2019. Canada-China: The ground is shifting; Canada must adjust. Impact 2019 Campaign, University of Ottawa. June 7. https://socialsciences.uottawa.ca/news/canada-china-ground-shifting-canada-must-adjust-pascale-massot

[In French] 2019. Relations Canada-Chine : Le monde se transforme, et le Canada doit s’adapter. Impact campagne 2019, Université d’Ottawa. 7 juin. https://sciencessociales.uottawa.ca/nouvelles/relations-canada-chine-monde-se-transforme-canada-doit-sadapter-pascale-massot

2019. Market Power and Marketisation: Japan and China’s impact on the iron ore market, 50 years apart. New Political Economy. DOI: 10.1080/13563467.2019.1613350

2019. Conceptualising Markets. Centre for International Policy Studies Blog. May 11. https://www.cips-cepi.ca/2019/05/11/conceptualising-markets/

[In French] 2018. La «clause Chine» de l’AEUMC n’est pas un veto. Le Devoir. October 19. https://www.ledevoir.com/opinion/idees/539452/aeumc-la-clause-chine-n-est-pas-un-veto

2018. The China clause in USMCA is American posturing. But it’s no veto. The Globe and Mail. October 16. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-the-china-clause-in-usmca-is-american-posturing-but-its-no-veto/

2018. Harnessing disruption: Working with China on global trade (with Patrick Leblond). The Globe and Mail. August 2. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/commentary/
article-harnessing-disruption-working-with-china-on-global-trade/

2018. Quebec survey respondents positive, pragmatic about ties with China (with Paul Evans and Xiaojun Li). The Hill Times. May 16. https://www.hilltimes.com/2018/05/16/quebec-survey-respondents-positive-pragmatic-ties-china/144275/feed

[In French] 2018. Les Québécois positifs et pragmatiques par rapport à la Chine (with Paul Evans and Xiaojun Li). Les Affaires. May 19, p.32. https://www.lesaffaires.com/secteurs-d-activite/general/les-quebecois-positifs-et-pragmatiques-par-rapport-a-la-chine/602733 

2017. ASEAN: Canada wants in. Policy Options. November 17.  http://policyoptions.irpp.org/magazines/november-2017/asean-canada-wants-in/

[In French] 2017. L’ANASE: le Canada frappe à la porte. Options politiques. 17 novembre.  http://policyoptions.irpp.org/fr/magazines/novembre-2017/lanase-le-canada-frappe-a-la-porte/

2016. The Political Economy of Canadian Public Opinion on China. In Farooq et McKnight (ed.), Moving Forward: Issues in Canada-China Relations. Toronto: Asian Institute, Munk School and Department of Political Science, University of Toronto, p. 24-35.  http://munkschool.utoronto.ca/ai/files/2016/02/Moving_Forward_Farooq_McKnight.pdf

2014. Rough Sailing in the Iron Ore Shipping Business. East Asia Forum, Australian National University, October 3. http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2014/10/03/rough-sailing-in-the-iron-ore-shipping-business/

[in Chinese]2013. Hidden issue at the G20 Summit: commodity price volatility (G20峰会的隐身议题:大宗商品价格波动). China Business News Daily (第一财经日报), Beijing, China, October 14. http://www.yicai.com/news/2013/10/3044458.html

2013. The Question of Commodity Price Volatility at the G20 St. Petersburg Summit. The Global Summitry Project, Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto. http://www.globalsummitryproject.com/content/question-commodity-price-volatility- g20-st-petersburg-summit

2013. The Financialization of Global Commodity Markets. The Global Summitry Project, Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto. http://www.globalsummitryproject.com/content/financialization-global-commodity-markets

2013. Review of Is China Buying the World? by Peter Nolan. Journal of East Asian Studies, 13 (2): 371-375.

[in Chinese] 2012. China-Canada Resource Cooperation Requires Efforts from Both Sides (中加资源合作有待双方共同努力). China Agri-Production News (中国农报), Beijing, China, December 7. http://www.sino-nz.com/dianzibao/html/2012-12/07/content_69550.htm

2012. China’s Liberalizing Impact on Global Commodity Markets. Asia Pacific Memo, Institute of Asian Research, University of British Columbia, December 4. https://apm.iar.ubc.ca/chinas-liberalizing-impact-on-global-commodity-markets/

[in Chinese] 2012. China’s Dependence on Imported Uranium (中国如何应对海外铀依赖). China Business News Daily (第一财经日报), Beijing, China, April 23. http://www.yicai.com/news/2012/04/1654156.html

[in Chinese] 2012. China and the Global Uranium Market: Prospects for Development and Systemic Risks (中国与全球铀市场_安全发展前景展望). China Business News Research Report (第一财经研究院研究报告), Energy and Resource series, Issue 9, April 16.

2011. Globalisation économique et fragmentation de la décision politique : le cas des fonds souverains chinois. Revue internationale de politique comparée. 18(3): 201-230  https://www.cairn.info/revue-internationale-de-politique-comparee-2011-3-page-201.htm

2011. Chinese State Investments in Canada: Lessons from the Potash Saga. Taiwanese Journal of WTO Studies, 19: 105-129.

[Republication of] 2011. Chinese State Investments in Canada: Lessons from the Potash Saga. Canada-Asia Agenda. Vancouver, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada. https://www.asiapacific.ca/sites/default/files/filefield/chinese_state_investments_in_canada_v4.pdf

[In French] 2011. Investissements de sociétés d’État chinoises au Canada : les leçons à tirer de la saga Potash Corp. Canada-Asia Agenda. Vancouver, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada. https://www.asiapacific.ca/sites/default/files/filefield/chinese_state_investments_in_canada_french.pdf

2011. Review of Strategic Asia 2009-10: Economic Meltdown and Geopolitical Stability, edited by Ashley J. Tellis, Andrew Marble, and Travis Tanner.” Pacific Affairs, 84(1): 111-112.

2011. Chinese State-Owned Companies: Meet Canada’s Investment Laws. Embassy Magazine, Ottawa, January 26. http://www.embassymag.ca/page/view/massot-01-26-2011

2010. Chinese State Investments in Canada: How to Reduce Uncertainty on Both Sides of the Pacific. Asia-Pacific Memo, Institute of Asian Research, University of British Columbia, October 15. http://www.asiapacificmemo.ca/chinese-state-investments-in-canada [Conference Rapporteur]

2010. China and its New Place in the World. World Watch: Expert Notes Series, Ottawa, Canadian Security and Intelligence Service, February 1. http://www.csis-scrs.gc.ca/pblctns/cdmctrch/chn_plc_wrld-eng.asp

2009. Review of Factions and Finance in China: Elite Conflicts and Inflation, by Victor C. Shih. Journal of East Asian Studies, 9(3): 495-498.

2008. Review of Contagious Capitalism: Globalization and the Politics of Labor in China, by Mary Elizabeth Gallagher. Journal of East Asian Studies, 8(3): 509-512.

Work in progress

China’s Rise: Hegemonic Stability Theory and Large States’ Preferences for Open Economic Exchange, paper presented at the 2019 International Studies Association International Conference, Toronto.

The State of the Study of the Market, paper presented at the 2018 International Studies Association International Conference, San Francisco

Trust, Power and Markets: China’s Rise and Procurement Behavior in Global Extractive Commodity Markets, paper presented at the 2015 Canadian Political Science Association Annual Conference, University of Ottawa

Explaining Varying Intensity of International Engagement: China’s Willingness to Cooperate with Existing International Initiatives on Civilian Nuclear Power, paper presented at the 2014 workshop on China and the environment, the University of British Columbia