1. Stewart, Taimoon & Pradeep Metha, Should Competition Policy and Law be Blind to Equity? The Great Debate. CUTS International: Jaipur, India. 2013.
2. Stewart, Taimoon, Julian Clarke and Susan Joekes. Competition Law in Action: Experiences from Developing Countries. Ottawa: IDRC, May 2007.
3. Competition Issues in Selected CARICOM Countries: An Empirical Examination. SALISES, UWI. March 2004. (218 pgs.) (Final report on Project funded by DFID and IDRC which involved empirical work on the development dimensions of competition policy in six CARICOM economies (The Bahamas, Belize, Jamaica, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and Trinidad and Tobago). Special emphasis was placed on identifying peculiarities of small open economies when applying a competition regime).
Chapters in Books
4. “Regional Integration in the Caribbean: the role of competition policy.” In Competition Policy and Regional Integration in Developing Countries. 2012. Edited by Josef Drexl et al. UK:Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., Pgs. 161-184.
5. “The Caribbean Community in Trade and Environment Negotiations. In Envisioning a Sustainable Development Agenda for Trade and Environment.” 2007. Edited by Adil Najam, Mark Halle, and Ricardo Melendez-Ortiz. NY: Palgrave Macmillan. Pgs. 159-178.
6. Evaluaciớn de la relevancia de las leyes de competencia en países pequeňos. El Caso del Caricom. In Condiciones y Políticas de Competencia: Economías Pequeňas de Centroamérica y El Caribe. 2006. Edited by Claudia Schatan and Marcos Avalos, Pgs. 331-389.
7. Special Cooperation provisions on competition law and policy: The case of small economies (CARICOM). In Competition Provisions in Regional Trade Agreements: How to Assure Development Gains. Ed. Philippe Brusick et. al. New York and Geneva: United Nations, 2005.
8. “Is Flexibility Needed when Designing Competition Law for Small Open Economies? A View from the Caribbean.” Journal of World Trade Vol. 38 No. 4 August 2004.
9. The Unethical Conduct of Multinational Corporations in International Trade: The Case of International Cartels. In Governance in the Globalized World. Edited by Kenneth Hall and Dennis Benn. Ian Randle Publishers. 2003.
10. Debt and Resurrection: Prognosis for the Periphery in the Twenty-first Century." In The World-System in the 21st Century: Systemic Crises and Anti-systemic Resistance. Ed. Wilma Dunaway. Greenwood Press, 2003..
11. “The Fate of Competition Policy at Cancun.” Legal Issues of Economic Integration 31(1):7-11, 2004.
12. Developing and Implementing a Competition Regime: Challenges Faced by Small Open Economies." Boletim Latinoamericano de Concorrencia (December 2000). Published by DG IV of the European Commission, Brussels).(5 pages)
13. The Functioning of Patent Monopoly Rights in Developing Economies: In Whose Interest?" Social and Economic Studies 49:1 (March 2000).(52 pages)
14. "The United States Embargo on Shrimp Imports: Legal and Economic Considerations." Environment and Development Economics (Cambridge University Press), Vol. 3.2, July 1998:197-219(22pgs.).
15. "Demystifying the Third World Debt Crisis: A Long Waves Perspective." Review of Fernand Brandel Center, Vol. XVI. No.2, (Spring) 1993: 117-171. (New York State University at Binghamton)(54pgs.).
Selected Relevant Papers Presented at Conferences
1. “Regional Integration and Competition Policy in CARICOM.” Presented at the Workshop on Regional Integration and Competition Policy in Developing Countries, Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law, Munich, Germany ( July 11-13, 2010).
2. “An Enquiry into the Informal Sector in Jamaica and its Impact on Competition, Competitiveness and Anti-trust Enforcement.” Presented at the OECD Global Forum on Competition, February 19-20, 2009.
3. “Challenges Faced by Developing Countries in Introducing and Implementing Competition Law.” Panel on “Competition Policy at the Service of Development.” Presented at The International Economic Forum of the Americas: Conference of Montreal. Succeeding through Uncertainty: From Risk Evaluation to Strategic Decision. Montreal, 18-21 June, 2007.
4. “Market Contestability and the Role of a Competition Commission.” Presented at the High Level Symposium on the CSME mandated by CARICOM Heads of Governments. Barbados, July 29-30th, 2006.
5. “Enhancing Development through the Enforcement of Competition Law: Relevance for CARICOM Countries.” Presented at Seminar on Competition Policy and Regulation in the Context of Trade Liberalization. Organized by UNECLAC, Mexico City, 8-10 March, 2006.
6. “Competition Issues in CARICOM countries: The Need for Competition Law in Small Economies.” Presented at the Shirley Playfair Annual Forum organized by the Jamaican Fair Trading Commission. September 9th, 2005.
7. “Flexibility and Progressivity as Underpinnings of a Multilateral Framework on Competition Policy.” Presented at the WTO Symposium on Trade and Competition Policy: Looking Ahead to Cancun. February 22, 2003. WTO, Geneva. Presented also at the WTO CARICOM Regional Workshop on Trade and Competition, Kingston 2-4 April, 2003.
8. "Challenges in Developing a Competition Regime in CARICOM." Presented at IADB Conference on Competition Policy in Infrastructure Services: Second Generation Issues in the Reform of Public Services, Washington DC, April 23-24, 2001.