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Caouette, Dominique

Research Fellow

  • Associate professor
  • Center for East Asian studies (CETASE)
  • Network for the study of transnational dynamics and collective actions (REDTAC)


  • Telephone 514-343-6111 #40899 Pav. PAV.M.CARON-L.GROULX-3200 J.B. \ Ext. C-4026
Caouette, Dominique


After working for more than seven years in the world of non-governmental international organisations for cooperation, Dominique Caouette teaches on transnational relations, Southeast Asia and the theories of development. At a research level, he’s interested in the interaction between non-state actors and multilateral processes in Asia, in the different forms of collective actions and resistance in rural areas, particularly in the Philippines, and finally in the stakes in international development and what we describe as anti-globalization.

Areas of expertise


  • D. Caouette & S. Turner, dir. Agrarian Angst and Rural Resistance in contemporary Southeast Asia, London : Routledge, 2009.

  • P. Dufour, D. Masson & D. Caouette, dir., Transnationalizing Women’s Movements : Solidarities Without Borders, Vancouver : University of British Colombia Press, 2010.

  • D. Caouette, dir., Au-delà de la crise alimentaire : La souveraineté alimentaire, repenser l’agriculture, Revue Possibles (numéro thématique), Vol. 34, No. 1-2 (Summer 2010) : 276 p.

  • D. Caouette, « Introduction : Gouvernance, contestation et développement en Asie du Sud-est » et « Oligarchie, électoralisme et contestation politique : Les dérives du néopatrimonialisme et de l’État philippin contemporain », Canadian Journal of Development Studies. (section thématique), Vol. 30 : 3-4 (June 2010) : pp. 361-365 et pp. 367-381.

  • D. Caouette et D. Côté, « Ripe For A New Asian Multilateralism ? Asean and Contemporary Regional Dynamics », European Journal of East Asian Studies, Vol.11, No.1 (September 2011) : pp.5-36.


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