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Professor Anthony Heyes

Professor Anthony Heyes

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Anthony joined Exeter as a part-time Research Professor in 2020. He is also a Full Professor and Senior (Tier 1) Canada Research Chair in environmental economics at the University of Ottawa, in the Canadian capital, a role he has held since 2011. He has degrees from the University of Cambridge and McGill University, previously held Chairs in economics at University of London and University of Sussex Business School and was a Fellow of Nuffield College, University of Oxford.

Anthony has wide-ranging research, teaching and consulting interests in environmental impacts and policy design. His research exploits both theoretical and empirical methods. Current foci include behavioural approaches to policy, corporate environmental conduct and identifying the causal impact of environmental conditions (for example pollution, climate patterns) on a variety of socially and economically important outcomes.

Qualifications

  • PhD (McGill)
  • BA MA (Cambridge) 

Research interests

  • Environmental economics
  • Environmental policy
  • Climate impacts
  • Pollution impacts
  • Behavioral economics
  • Economics regulation
  • Cost-benefit analysis
  • Law and economics

Research projects

Anthony is interested in connecting with any research students at UEBS who want to conduct novel and rigorous research in any area of environmental economics.

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Heyes A (In Press). Does the Party in Power Affect FDI? First Causal Evidence from Narrow Margin US State Elections. Party Politics: international journal for the study of political parties and political organizations Full text.
Heyes A, Muehlegger E, Saberian S, Hernstadt E (2021). Air Pollution and Criminal Activity: Microgeographic Evidence from Chicago. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 13, 70-100. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Liston-Heyes C, Heyes A (2021). Is There Evidence for Export-Led Adoption of ISO 14001? a Review of the Literature Using Meta-Regression. Business and Society, 60(3), 764-805. Abstract. DOI.
Cook N, Heyes A (2020). Brain freeze: outdoor cold and indoor cognitive performance. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 101 Abstract. DOI.
Brodeur A, Cook N, Heyes A (2020). Methods Matter: P-Hacking and Publication Bias in Causal Analysis in Economics. The American Economic Review Full text. DOI.
Heyes A, King B (2020). Understanding the Organization of Green Activism: Sociological and Economic Perspectives. Organization and Environment, 33(1), 7-30. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Zhu M (2019). Air pollution as a cause of sleeplessness: Social media evidence from a panel of Chinese cities. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 98, 102247-102247. DOI.
Larkin P, Leiss W, Arvai J, Dusseault M, Fall M, Gracie R, Heyes A, Krewski D (2019). An integrated risk assessment and management framework for carbon capture and storage: a Canadian perspective. International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management, 22(3-4), 464-508. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Rivers N, Schaufele B (2019). Pollution and politician productivity: the effect of PM on MPs. Land Economics, 95(2), 157-173. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Saberian S (2019). Temperature and Decisions: Evidence from 207,000 Court Cases. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 11(2), 238-265. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Urban B (2019). The economic evaluation of the benefits and costs of carbon capture and storage. International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management, 22(3-4), 324-341. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Oestreich AM (2018). A theory of social license when regulatory pressure is jointly produced by an EPA and an NGO. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 54(3), 219-243. Abstract. DOI.
Archsmith J, Heyes A, Saberian S (2018). Air Quality and Error Quantity: Pollution and Performance in a High-Skilled, Quality-Focused Occupation. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 5(4), 827-863. DOI.
Heyes A, Martin S (2018). Inefficient NGO labels: Strategic proliferation and fragmentation in the market for certification. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 27(2), 206-220. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Lyon TP, Martin S (2018). Salience games: Private politics when public attention is limited. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 88, 396-410. DOI.
Heyes A, Leach A, Mason CF (2018). The economics of Canadian Oil Sands. Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 12(2), 242-263. DOI.
Saberian S, Heyes A, Rivers N (2017). Alerts work! Air quality warnings and cycling. Resource and Energy Economics, 49, 165-185. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Martin S (2017). Social Labeling by Competing NGOs: a Model with Multiple Issues and Entry. Management Science, 63(6), 1800-1813. DOI.
Heyes A, Martin S (2016). Fuzzy products. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 45, 1-9. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Martin S (2015). NGO mission design. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 119, 197-210. Abstract. DOI.
Crew MA, Heyes A (2013). Market-based approaches to environmental regulation: Editors' introduction. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 44(1), 1-3. DOI.
Heyes A, Morgan D, Rivers N (2013). The use of a social cost of carbon in Canadian cost-benefit analysis. Canadian Public Policy, 39(SUPPL.2). Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Kapur S (2012). Angry customers, e-word-of-mouth and incentives for quality provision. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 84(3), 813-828. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Kapur S (2012). Community pressure for green behavior. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 64(3), 427-441. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Kapur S (2011). Regulating altruistic agents. Canadian Journal of Economics, 44(1), 227-246. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Kapur S (2011). Regulatory attitudes and environmental innovation in a model combining internal and external R&D. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 61(3), 327-340. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Kapur S (2009). An economic model of whistle-blower policy. Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 25(1), 157-182. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Kapur S (2009). Enforcement missions: Targets vs budgets. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 58(2), 129-140. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A (2009). Is environmental regulation bad for competition? a survey. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 36(1), 1-28. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG (2007). Optimal wages in the market for nurses. Journal of Health Economics, 26(5), 1031-1033. DOI.
Heyes AG (2005). A signaling motive for self-regulation in the shadow of coercion. Journal of Economics and Business, 57(3), 238-246. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG, Liston-Heyes C (2005). Economies of scope and scale in green advocacy. Public Choice, 124(3-4), 423-436. Abstract. DOI.
Crew MA, Heyes A (2005). Introduction: Environmental regulation. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 28(2), 127-128. DOI.
Heyes A (2005). The economics of vocation or 'why is a badly paid nurse a good nurse'?. Journal of Health Economics, 24(3), 561-569. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Rickman N, Tzavara D (2004). Legal expenses insurance, risk aversion and litigation. International Review of Law and Economics, 24(1), 107-119. Abstract. DOI.
Cairns RD, Heyes AG (2004). Two proposals to improve price-cap regulation. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 160(2), 243-251. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG (2003). Expert Advice and Regulatory Complexity. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 24(2), 119-133. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A (2002). A theory of filtered enforcement. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 43(1), 34-46. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A (2002). Comments on paper by Timothy Swanson and Robin Mason. Research in Law and Economics, 20, 413-415.
Heyes AG (2002). Eight things about enforcement that seem obvious but may not be. Research in Law and Economics, 20, 519-537. Abstract.
Heyes A (2001). A note on defensive expenditures: Harmonised law, diverse results. Environmental and Resource Economics, 19(3), 257-266. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A (2001). Honesty in a regulatory context - good thing or bad?. European Economic Review, 45(2), 215-232. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A (2000). A proposal for the greening of textbook macro: 'IS-LM-EE'. Ecological Economics, 32(1), 1-7. Abstract.
Heyes A, Heyes C (2000). An empirical analysis of the Nuclear Liability Act (1970) in Canada. Resource and Energy Economics, 22(1), 91-101. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Liston-Heyes C (2000). Capping Environmental Liability: the Case of North American Nuclear Power. Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance: Issues and Practice, 25(2), 196-202. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A (2000). Implementing Environmental Regulation: Enforcement and Compliance. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 17(2), 107-129. DOI.
Heyes AG, Liston-Heyes C (1999). Corporate lobbying, regulatory conduct and the Porter Hypothesis. Environmental and Resource Economics, 13(2), 209-218. Abstract. DOI.
Liston-Heyes C, Heyes A (1999). Recreational benefits from the Dartmoor National Park. Journal of Environmental Management, 55(2), 69-80. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Rickman N (1999). Regulatory dealing - Revisiting the Harrington paradox. Journal of Public Economics, 72(3), 361-378. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes C, Heyes A (1999). Willingness to pay versus willingness to travel: Assessing the recreational benefits from Dartmoor National Park. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 50(1), 124-139. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG (1998). Making things stick: Enforcement and compliance. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 14(4), 50-63. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG, Liston-Heyes C (1998). Price-cap regulation and technical change. Journal of Public Economics, 68(1), 137-151. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG, Liston-Heyes C (1998). Subsidy to nuclear power through Price-Anderson liability limit: Comment. Contemporary Economic Policy, 16(1), 122-124. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG (1997). Environmental regulation by private contest. Journal of Public Economics, 63(3), 407-428. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Liston-Heyes C (1997). Regulatory 'balancing' and the efficiency of green R and D. Environmental and Resource Economics, 9(4), 493-507. Abstract. DOI.
Doucet JA, Heyes AG (1997). Restructuring of Ontario's electricity supply system: an analysis of the proposals. Utilities Policy, 6(4), 271-281. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG (1996). Cutting environmental penalties to protect the environment. Journal of Public Economics, 60(2), 251-265. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG (1996). Lender penalty for environmental damage and the equilibrium cost of capital. Economica, 63(250), 311-323. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG (1996). Optimal taxation of flow pollutants when firms may also inflict catastrophic environmental damage. Environmental and Resource Economics, 7(1), 1-14. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG (1996). Towards an efficiency interpretation of regulatory implementation lags. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 10(1), 81-98. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG (1995). PRA in the nuclear sector. Quantifying human error and human malice. Energy Policy, 23(12), 1027-1034. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG, Liston-Heyes C (1995). Sustainable resource use: the search for meaning. Energy Policy, 23(1), 1-3. DOI.
Heyes AG (1994). DISCHARGE TAXES WHEN REGULATORY JURISDICTION IS INCOMPLETE: a SIMPLEAPPLICATION OF THE THEORY OF THE SECOND BEST. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 41(3), 278-285. DOI.
Heyes AG (1994). Environmental enforcement when 'inspectability' is endogenous: a model with overshooting properties. Environmental & Resource Economics, 4(5), 479-494. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG, Liston-heyes C (1994). Progress payments and cost overruns in defence contracts. Defence and Peace Economics, 5(4), 289-299. DOI.
Heyes AG (1994). The energy sector and the future of EC environmental liability law. The need for eclecticism. Energy Policy, 22(2), 99-101. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG (1993). Global warming and the evaluation of fuel substitution strategies: on why policy should be left to the politicians. International Journal of Global Energy Issues, 5(2-4), 124-133. Abstract.
Heyes AG, Liston-Heyes C (1993). US demilitarization and global warming. An empirical investigation of the environmental peace dividend. Energy Policy, 21(12), 1217-1224. Abstract. DOI.
Cairns RD, Heyes AG (1993). Why do we price electricity the way we do? Canadian policy in the light of political‐economic theories of governmental behaviour. Canadian Public Administration, 36(2), 153-174. Abstract. DOI.

Chapters

Heyes AG (2018). Lender penalty for environmental damage and the equilibrium cost of capital. In  (Ed) Economics and Liability for Environmental Problems, 231-244.  Abstract.
Heyes A, Urban B (2016). Game theoretic modeling of environmental ngos in an international context. In  (Ed) World Scientific Reference on Natural Resources and Environmental Policy in the Era of Global Change, 139-168.  Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Liston-Heyes C (2013). Contest Models and Environmental Policy. In  (Ed) Encyclopedia of Energy, Natural Resource, and Environmental Economics, 235-244.  Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Liston C (2006). Economics of environmental regulation instruments and cases. In  (Ed) International Handbook on Economic Regulation, 255-277. DOI.

Conferences

Heyes A, List JA (2016). Supply and demand for discrimination: Strategic revelation of own characteristics in a trust game. DOI.
Heyes AG, Maxwell JW (2004). Private vs. public regulation: Political economy of the international environment.  Abstract. DOI.

Publications by year


In Press

Heyes A (In Press). Does the Party in Power Affect FDI? First Causal Evidence from Narrow Margin US State Elections. Party Politics: international journal for the study of political parties and political organizations Full text.

2021

Heyes A, Muehlegger E, Saberian S, Hernstadt E (2021). Air Pollution and Criminal Activity: Microgeographic Evidence from Chicago. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 13, 70-100. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Liston-Heyes C, Heyes A (2021). Is There Evidence for Export-Led Adoption of ISO 14001? a Review of the Literature Using Meta-Regression. Business and Society, 60(3), 764-805. Abstract. DOI.

2020

Cook N, Heyes A (2020). Brain freeze: outdoor cold and indoor cognitive performance. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 101 Abstract. DOI.
Brodeur A, Cook N, Heyes A (2020). Methods Matter: P-Hacking and Publication Bias in Causal Analysis in Economics. The American Economic Review Full text. DOI.
Heyes A, King B (2020). Understanding the Organization of Green Activism: Sociological and Economic Perspectives. Organization and Environment, 33(1), 7-30. Abstract. DOI.

2019

Heyes A, Zhu M (2019). Air pollution as a cause of sleeplessness: Social media evidence from a panel of Chinese cities. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 98, 102247-102247. DOI.
Larkin P, Leiss W, Arvai J, Dusseault M, Fall M, Gracie R, Heyes A, Krewski D (2019). An integrated risk assessment and management framework for carbon capture and storage: a Canadian perspective. International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management, 22(3-4), 464-508. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Rivers N, Schaufele B (2019). Pollution and politician productivity: the effect of PM on MPs. Land Economics, 95(2), 157-173. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Saberian S (2019). Temperature and Decisions: Evidence from 207,000 Court Cases. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 11(2), 238-265. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Urban B (2019). The economic evaluation of the benefits and costs of carbon capture and storage. International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management, 22(3-4), 324-341. Abstract. DOI.

2018

Heyes A, Oestreich AM (2018). A theory of social license when regulatory pressure is jointly produced by an EPA and an NGO. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 54(3), 219-243. Abstract. DOI.
Archsmith J, Heyes A, Saberian S (2018). Air Quality and Error Quantity: Pollution and Performance in a High-Skilled, Quality-Focused Occupation. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 5(4), 827-863. DOI.
Heyes A, Martin S (2018). Inefficient NGO labels: Strategic proliferation and fragmentation in the market for certification. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 27(2), 206-220. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG (2018). Lender penalty for environmental damage and the equilibrium cost of capital. In  (Ed) Economics and Liability for Environmental Problems, 231-244.  Abstract.
Heyes A, Lyon TP, Martin S (2018). Salience games: Private politics when public attention is limited. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 88, 396-410. DOI.
Heyes A, Leach A, Mason CF (2018). The economics of Canadian Oil Sands. Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 12(2), 242-263. DOI.

2017

Saberian S, Heyes A, Rivers N (2017). Alerts work! Air quality warnings and cycling. Resource and Energy Economics, 49, 165-185. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Martin S (2017). Social Labeling by Competing NGOs: a Model with Multiple Issues and Entry. Management Science, 63(6), 1800-1813. DOI.

2016

Heyes A, Martin S (2016). Fuzzy products. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 45, 1-9. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Urban B (2016). Game theoretic modeling of environmental ngos in an international context. In  (Ed) World Scientific Reference on Natural Resources and Environmental Policy in the Era of Global Change, 139-168.  Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, List JA (2016). Supply and demand for discrimination: Strategic revelation of own characteristics in a trust game. DOI.

2015

Heyes A, Martin S (2015). NGO mission design. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 119, 197-210. Abstract. DOI.

2013

Heyes A, Liston-Heyes C (2013). Contest Models and Environmental Policy. In  (Ed) Encyclopedia of Energy, Natural Resource, and Environmental Economics, 235-244.  Abstract. DOI.
Crew MA, Heyes A (2013). Market-based approaches to environmental regulation: Editors' introduction. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 44(1), 1-3. DOI.
Heyes A, Morgan D, Rivers N (2013). The use of a social cost of carbon in Canadian cost-benefit analysis. Canadian Public Policy, 39(SUPPL.2). Abstract. DOI.

2012

Heyes A, Kapur S (2012). Angry customers, e-word-of-mouth and incentives for quality provision. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 84(3), 813-828. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Kapur S (2012). Community pressure for green behavior. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 64(3), 427-441. Abstract. DOI.

2011

Heyes A, Kapur S (2011). Regulating altruistic agents. Canadian Journal of Economics, 44(1), 227-246. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Kapur S (2011). Regulatory attitudes and environmental innovation in a model combining internal and external R&D. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 61(3), 327-340. Abstract. DOI.

2009

Heyes A, Kapur S (2009). An economic model of whistle-blower policy. Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 25(1), 157-182. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Kapur S (2009). Enforcement missions: Targets vs budgets. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 58(2), 129-140. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A (2009). Is environmental regulation bad for competition? a survey. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 36(1), 1-28. Abstract. DOI.

2007

Heyes AG (2007). Optimal wages in the market for nurses. Journal of Health Economics, 26(5), 1031-1033. DOI.

2006

Heyes A, Liston C (2006). Economics of environmental regulation instruments and cases. In  (Ed) International Handbook on Economic Regulation, 255-277. DOI.

2005

Heyes AG (2005). A signaling motive for self-regulation in the shadow of coercion. Journal of Economics and Business, 57(3), 238-246. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG, Liston-Heyes C (2005). Economies of scope and scale in green advocacy. Public Choice, 124(3-4), 423-436. Abstract. DOI.
Crew MA, Heyes A (2005). Introduction: Environmental regulation. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 28(2), 127-128. DOI.
Heyes A (2005). The economics of vocation or 'why is a badly paid nurse a good nurse'?. Journal of Health Economics, 24(3), 561-569. Abstract. DOI.

2004

Heyes A, Rickman N, Tzavara D (2004). Legal expenses insurance, risk aversion and litigation. International Review of Law and Economics, 24(1), 107-119. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG, Maxwell JW (2004). Private vs. public regulation: Political economy of the international environment.  Abstract. DOI.
Cairns RD, Heyes AG (2004). Two proposals to improve price-cap regulation. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 160(2), 243-251. Abstract. DOI.

2003

Heyes AG (2003). Expert Advice and Regulatory Complexity. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 24(2), 119-133. Abstract. DOI.

2002

Heyes A (2002). A theory of filtered enforcement. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 43(1), 34-46. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A (2002). Comments on paper by Timothy Swanson and Robin Mason. Research in Law and Economics, 20, 413-415.
Heyes AG (2002). Eight things about enforcement that seem obvious but may not be. Research in Law and Economics, 20, 519-537. Abstract.

2001

Heyes A (2001). A note on defensive expenditures: Harmonised law, diverse results. Environmental and Resource Economics, 19(3), 257-266. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A (2001). Honesty in a regulatory context - good thing or bad?. European Economic Review, 45(2), 215-232. Abstract. DOI.

2000

Heyes A (2000). A proposal for the greening of textbook macro: 'IS-LM-EE'. Ecological Economics, 32(1), 1-7. Abstract.
Heyes A, Heyes C (2000). An empirical analysis of the Nuclear Liability Act (1970) in Canada. Resource and Energy Economics, 22(1), 91-101. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Liston-Heyes C (2000). Capping Environmental Liability: the Case of North American Nuclear Power. Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance: Issues and Practice, 25(2), 196-202. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A (2000). Implementing Environmental Regulation: Enforcement and Compliance. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 17(2), 107-129. DOI.

1999

Heyes AG, Liston-Heyes C (1999). Corporate lobbying, regulatory conduct and the Porter Hypothesis. Environmental and Resource Economics, 13(2), 209-218. Abstract. DOI.
Liston-Heyes C, Heyes A (1999). Recreational benefits from the Dartmoor National Park. Journal of Environmental Management, 55(2), 69-80. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Rickman N (1999). Regulatory dealing - Revisiting the Harrington paradox. Journal of Public Economics, 72(3), 361-378. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes C, Heyes A (1999). Willingness to pay versus willingness to travel: Assessing the recreational benefits from Dartmoor National Park. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 50(1), 124-139. Abstract. DOI.

1998

Heyes AG (1998). Making things stick: Enforcement and compliance. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 14(4), 50-63. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG, Liston-Heyes C (1998). Price-cap regulation and technical change. Journal of Public Economics, 68(1), 137-151. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG, Liston-Heyes C (1998). Subsidy to nuclear power through Price-Anderson liability limit: Comment. Contemporary Economic Policy, 16(1), 122-124. Abstract. DOI.

1997

Heyes AG (1997). Environmental regulation by private contest. Journal of Public Economics, 63(3), 407-428. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes A, Liston-Heyes C (1997). Regulatory 'balancing' and the efficiency of green R and D. Environmental and Resource Economics, 9(4), 493-507. Abstract. DOI.
Doucet JA, Heyes AG (1997). Restructuring of Ontario's electricity supply system: an analysis of the proposals. Utilities Policy, 6(4), 271-281. Abstract. DOI.

1996

Heyes AG (1996). Cutting environmental penalties to protect the environment. Journal of Public Economics, 60(2), 251-265. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG (1996). Lender penalty for environmental damage and the equilibrium cost of capital. Economica, 63(250), 311-323. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG (1996). Optimal taxation of flow pollutants when firms may also inflict catastrophic environmental damage. Environmental and Resource Economics, 7(1), 1-14. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG (1996). Towards an efficiency interpretation of regulatory implementation lags. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 10(1), 81-98. Abstract. DOI.

1995

Heyes AG (1995). PRA in the nuclear sector. Quantifying human error and human malice. Energy Policy, 23(12), 1027-1034. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG, Liston-Heyes C (1995). Sustainable resource use: the search for meaning. Energy Policy, 23(1), 1-3. DOI.

1994

Heyes AG (1994). DISCHARGE TAXES WHEN REGULATORY JURISDICTION IS INCOMPLETE: a SIMPLEAPPLICATION OF THE THEORY OF THE SECOND BEST. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 41(3), 278-285. DOI.
Heyes AG (1994). Environmental enforcement when 'inspectability' is endogenous: a model with overshooting properties. Environmental & Resource Economics, 4(5), 479-494. Abstract. DOI.
Heyes AG, Liston-heyes C (1994). Progress payments and cost overruns in defence contracts. Defence and Peace Economics, 5(4), 289-299. DOI.
Heyes AG (1994). The energy sector and the future of EC environmental liability law. The need for eclecticism. Energy Policy, 22(2), 99-101. Abstract. DOI.

1993

Heyes AG (1993). Global warming and the evaluation of fuel substitution strategies: on why policy should be left to the politicians. International Journal of Global Energy Issues, 5(2-4), 124-133. Abstract.
Heyes AG, Liston-Heyes C (1993). US demilitarization and global warming. An empirical investigation of the environmental peace dividend. Energy Policy, 21(12), 1217-1224. Abstract. DOI.
Cairns RD, Heyes AG (1993). Why do we price electricity the way we do? Canadian policy in the light of political‐economic theories of governmental behaviour. Canadian Public Administration, 36(2), 153-174. Abstract. DOI.

Awards and Honours

  • S. T. Lee Visiting Fellow, Victoria University, Wellington New Zealand, 2007

External positions

  • Canada Research Chair, University of Ottawa, 2011 -
  • Editorial Board, Journal of Regulatory Economics 2002 -
  • Co-editor, Environmental and Resource Economics 2011 – 17