Dr. Goff specializes in international political economy, international relations theory, and international organization, with a particular interest in trade, intellectual property, and the cultural capacity of international organizations. She is co-editor (with Kevin C. Dunn) of Identity and Global Politics: Theoretical and Empirical Elaborations (Palgrave, 2004) and co-editor (with Paul Heinbecker) of Irrelevant or Indispensable?: The United Nations in the 21st Century (Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2005). She is also author of Limits to Liberalization: Local Culture in a Global Marketplace (Cornell University Press: 2007).
- "World Religions and Local Identities: The Case of Shariah Arbitration in Ontario, Canada," In Religion, Identity and Global Governance, edited by Patrick James. (forthcoming, University of Toronto Press).
- "Political Beliefs and the Academic Responsibilities of Undergraduate Teaching." (with Jamie Frueh, David Blaney, Kevin Dunn, Eric K. Leonard, and Simona Sharoni). Journal of Political Science Education 4: 4 (2008).
- "Imagining Independence: At the Intersection of Cultural and Foreign Policies," In An Independent Foreign Policy for Canada?, edited by Brian Bow and Patrick Lennox. 2008,University of Toronto Press).
- "A Comment on the Effective Possibilities of ultilateralism," In Can the World Be Governed?, edited by Alan Alexandroff. (2008, Wilfrid Laurier University Press).
- Limits to Liberalization: Local Culture in a Global Marketplace. (Cornell Studies in Political Economy Series, Cornell University Press, 2007).
- Wilfrid Laurier University Merit Award, 2008
- Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Standard Research Grant, 2008, "The Political Economy of Traditional Knowledge" ($56,000)
- Wilfrid Laurier University Instructional Development Grant, 2008, "Bringing Policy into the Classroom"
- Wilfrid Laurier University Internal Grant, 2007, "The Political Economy of Traditional Knowledge"