I. Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals
2018 Rosenbloom, Daniel, Brendan Haley, James Meadowcroft "Critical choices and the politics of decarbonization pathways: Exploring branching points surrounding low-carbon transitions in Canadian electricity systems" Energy Research & Social Science, 37, March: 22-36.
2017 Haley, Brendan "Designing the public sector to promote sustainability transitions: Institutional principles and a case study of ARPA-E" Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, available online Jan 22.
2016 Haley, Brendan “Getting the Institutions Right: Designing the Public Sector to Promote Clean Innovation” Canadian Public Policy, 42, S1, November.
2015 Haley, Brendan “Low-Carbon innovation from a hydroelectric base: The case of electric vehicles in Québec” Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 14, March: 5-25.
2014 Haley, Brendan “Promoting Low-Carbon Transitions from a Two-World Regime: Wind and Hydro in Québec, Canada.” Energy Policy 73: 777-788.
2011 Haley, Brendan “From Staples Trap to Carbon Trap: Canada’s Peculiar Form of Carbon Lock-in” Studies in Political Economy 88, Autumn: 97-132.
II. Book Chapters
2014 Haley, Brendan “The Staple Theory and the Carbon Trap” in Stanford, Jim (ed), The Staple Theory @ 50: Reflections on the Lasting Significance of Mel Watkins “A Staple Theory of Economic Growth”, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
III. Policy Reports
2017 Leitch, Aletta, Sara Hastings-Simon & Brendan Haley "Heat Seeking: Alberta's geothermal industry potential and barriers" Pembina Institute, December
2017 Potvin, C., Burch, S., Layzell, D. et al. … Haley, Brendan (contributing author). Re-Energizing Canada: Pathways to a Low-Carbon Future. Sustainable Canada Dialogues.
2016 Haley, Brendan “A Review of Policy Rationales for Independent Energy Efficiency Administration” A Report to the Alberta Energy Efficiency Advisory Panel, September 22nd.
2016 Haley, Brendan; Stewart Elgie, and Geoff McCarney “Accelerating Clean Innovation in Canada’s Energy and Natural Resource Sectors – The Role of Public Policy and Institutions” Report to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council for Knowledge Synthesis Grant, May.
2016 Haley, Brendan “Getting the Institutions Right: Designing the Public Sector to Promote Clean Innovation” Sustainable Prosperity, March
2016 Haley, Brendan. “A Green Entrepreneurial State as Solution to Climate Federalism” Broadbent Institute, March
2016 Haley, Brendan “Creating Effective Low-Carbon Innovation Policy by Getting the Institutions Right” (Ontario Government Policy Brief), Sustainable Prosperity, February
2014 Haley, Brendan & Jim Stanford. “Short Circuited: Assessing the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party’s Energy Policy” Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives – Ontario.
2013 Clarke, Tony; Diana Gibson, Brendan Haley and Jim Stanford. “The Bitumen Cliff: Lessons and Challenges of Bitumen Mega-Developments for Canada’s Economy in an Age of Climate Change” Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
2010 Haley, Brendan “Energy Cost Politics and the Environment in Nova Scotia” Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives – Nova Scotia.
2009 Haley, Brendan “Social Implications of Nova Scotia Renewable Energy Scenarios” written for Dalhousie University, Eco-Efficiency Centre for Nova Scotia Renewable Energy Consultations, September to December.
2007 Haley, Brendan with Stephanie Sodero “Pathways to Sustainable Energy Prosperity in Nova Scotia” Ecology Action Centre. June.
2007 Haley, Brendan et al. Nova Scotia Climate Action Plan and Energy Strategy: A Contract for a Low-Carbon Future in Nova Scotia, Submission of the Ecology Action Centre to the NS Department of Energy. December.