- International Trade
- Environmental Economics
- Resource Economics
- Water Resource Economics
- Industrial Structure
RESEARCH GRANT INFORMATION:
Joel F. Bruneau, 2010, MITACS ACCELERATE grant, “The Economics of Progressive versus End-of-Operations Decommissioning of Northern Saskatchewan Uranium Mines” $15,000 over four months.
Joel F. Bruneau, 2009, Research Grants Program - Special Call Canadian Environmental Issues, “Greenhouse Gas Intensity, International Trade, and Social Institutions” $115,182 over three years.
Joel F Bruneau and Steven Renzetti (2014), “A Panel Study of Water Recirculation in Manufacturing Plants”, Canadian Water Resources Journal.
Joel Bruneau, Diane Dupont and Steven Renzetti (2013): “Economic Instruments, Innovation, and Efficient Water Use”, Canadian Public Policy 39(s2) 11-22.
Joel Bruneau, Steven Renzetti, and Michel Villeneuve (2010) “Manufacturing Firms’ Demand for Water Recirculation” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 58(4): 515-530.
Joel Bruneau and Steven Renzetti (2010), “Water Use Intensity and the Composition of Production in Canada”, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 136(1): 72-79.
Joel Bruneau, Darrell R. Corkal, Elise Pietroniro, Brenda Toth, and Garth Van der Kamp (2009), “Human Activities and Water Use in the South Saskatchewan River Basin”, Prairie Forum 34(1): 129–152.
Joel F. Bruneau and Steven J. Renzetti (2009): “Greenhouse Gas Intensity in Canada: A Look at Historical Trends,” Canadian Public Policy, 23(1), 1-20.
Joel F. Bruneau and Andrew Schmitz (2009), “Identifying and Applying a Comparative Advantage Framework in Canadian Supply-Managed Agriculture: Response,” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 57, 165-168.
Joel F. Bruneau and Cristina Echevarria (2009): “Too poor to be green?” Journal of International Cooperation Studies 16(3) 1-22.
Michael Katz, Joel F. Bruneau, and Andrew Schmitz (2008), “Identifying and Applying a Comparative Advantage Framework in Canadian Supply-Managed Agriculture,” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 56, 129-143.
Joel F. Bruneau (2005): “Inefficient Environmental Instruments and the Gains From Trade,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 49, 536-546.
Joel F. Bruneau (2004). “A Note on Permits, Standards, and Technological Innovation” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 48, 1192-1199.
CHAPTERS in BOOKS
Joel Bruneau, Darrell R. Corkal, Elise Pietroniro, Brenda Toth, and Garth Van der Kamp (2009), “Human Activities and Water Use in the South Saskatchewan River Basin”, in A Dry Oasis: Institutional Adaptation to Climate on the Canadian Plains, edited by Gregory P. Marchildon, Canadian Plains Research Centre, Regina, 2009.
Alice Nakamura and Joel Bruneau, "The Global Talent Hunt and the Growth of e‑Recruiting in Canada" in Renovating the Ivory Tower, David Laidler (Editor), Policy Study 37, C.D. Howe Institute, Toronto, 2002.
TECHNICAL REPORTS RELEVANT TO ACADEMIC FIELD:
Joel Bruneau and Steven Renzetti (2007), “Micro-economic analysis of the factors influencing water recirculation decisions by Canadian manufacturing firms”, Report to Environment Canada, Jan 2007.
Lawrence Martz, Joel Bruneau and Terry Rolfe (2007), Climate Change and Water Resources in the SouthSaskatchewan River Basin (2007).
Lawrence Martz, Joel Bruneau and Terry Rolfe, “Chapter 4: Methodology”, pp. 23-30.
Joel Bruneau “Chapter 9, Economic Value of Water in the South Saskatchewan River Basin”, pp. 111-192.
Joel Bruneau and Terry Rolfe, “Chapter 10 The Rationale for a Scenario-Driven Approach within a Socio-Economic Framework”, pp. 193-206.
Joel Bruneau and Brenda Toth “Chapter 11 Dove-Tailed Physical and Socioeconomic Results in the SSRB”, pp., 207-236.
Joel Bruneau and Brenda Toth “Chapter 12 Impact of Economic Development on Water Resources in the SSRB under Climate Change: A Tale of Three Cities”, pp. 237-244.
Lawrence Martz, Joel Bruneau and Terry Rolfe, “Chapter 13 Conclusions and Recommendations”, pp. 245 -254.
Joel F. Bruneau, "Energy Price Differentials and Canada-US Trade"
Joel F. Bruneau, "The Pollution Terms of Trade and Composition of Manufacturing"
Joel F. Bruneau, “Economic Development, Industrial Composition, and Pollution Intensity”
Joel F. Bruneau, “Intensity Standards and the Race to the Bottom”
Teaching & Supervision
ECON275 Natural Resource Economics
ECON254 International Trading Systems
ECON354 International Trade and Commercial Policy
ECON811 International Trade Theory
JSGS873 International Trade Theory
International trade environment pollution resource water
Trade and Environment, Pollution and Industrial Structure, Water Resources