Published on Brock University (http://www.brocku.ca)
Associate Professor, specializing in Public Policy and Administration, Environmental Politics, and Research Methods
Phone: 905-688-5550 ext. 4232
BA: Guelph, MA: Guelph, PhD: McMaster
The general focus of my research is environmental policy and natural resource management in developed countries. Thus far, much of my research has focused on water policy in the Great Lakes and Prairie regions of North America and the Murray-Darling region of Australia. Some of the publications derived from this research are listed below.
In 2008, I successfully applied for an SSHRC research grant to expand my work in these areas. This project looks at the use of 'cap and trade' policies in the governance of environmental scarcity, in a variety of contexts. There are two lines of investigation in this project:
Awards and Honours
Heinmiller, B. Timothy. (2009). 'Path Dependency and Collective Action in Common Pool Governance,' International Journal of the Commons 3:1, p. 131-147.
Sproule-Jones, Mark, Johns, Carolyn, & Heinmiller, B. Timothy (Eds.). (2008). Canadian Water Politics: Conflicts and Institutions. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press.
Heinmiller, B. Timothy. (2008). 'The St. Lawrence: From River to Maritime Superhighway,' in Canadian Water Politics: Conflicts and Institutions. Montreal-Kingstron: McGill-Queens University Press.
Heinmiller, B. Timothy (2008). 'The Boundary Waters Treaty and Canada-US Relations in Abundance and Scarcity,' Wayne Law Review 54:4, p. 1499-1524.
Heinmiller, B. Timothy. (2007). 'The Politics of Cap and Trade Policies,' Natural Resources Journal 47:2, p. 445-467.
Heinmiller, B. Timothy. (2007). 'Do Intergovernmental Institutions Matter? Water Diversion Regulation in the Great Lakes Basin,' Governance 20:4, p. 655-674.