Burc Kayahan, Department Head
- “Community Demographics and Pollution Shifting in Ontario” (with A. Moghadam)
- “Social Impact of World Heritage Designation in Nova Scotia” (with B. VanBlarcom)
- “What influences the pattern of pollutant releases? An investigation of firms’ siting and households’ sorting decisions in Ontario, Canada” (with A. Moghadam), Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 2016, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09640568.2016.1178106
- “Cost Benefit Analysis of World Heritage Site designation in Nova Scotia: Lunenburg and Grand Pré” (With B. VanBlarcom), Review of Economic Analysis, 2012, Vol. 4(2), 247-273
- “Grand Pre National Historic Site: An Economic Impact Assessment of a UNESCO world Heritage Designation” (with B. VanBlarcom), Journal of Heritage Tourism, 2011, Vol 6., Iss.2, 143.
- “Impact of Aggregate and Sectoral Fluctuations on Training” (with V. Capone and M. Plesca), The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics, 2010, Vol.10: Iss.1 (Advances), Article 28.
- “An application of local maximum likelihood estimation in estimating the CAPM”, (with T. Stengos), Mathematical and Computer Modelling, 2007, 46, 138-150.
- “Intra-day Features of Realized Volatility: Evidence from an Emerging Market” (with B. Saltoglu and T. Stengos), International Journal of Business and Economics, 2002, 1, 17-24.
- Connor Thompson (2015), “The Economic Impact of Wineries in Kings County” This thesis was chosen as a finalist in the Student Panel organized by the Atlantic Association of Applied Economists
- Ethan Purdy (2013), “An Economic Impact Assessment of UNESCO World Heritage Designation in Eastern Canada” (co-supervised with Brian VanBlarcom)
- Ashley Zarzecki (2013), “Household Energy Consumption in the United States” This thesis was chosen as a finalist in the Student Panel organized by the Atlantic Association of Applied Economists
- Robyn Zajac (2012), “Crime Rates and Economics Factors in Canada” This thesis won the Atlantic Association of Applied Economists Student Prize for Economic Policy.
- Nick Broz (2011), “An Examination of the Current Canadian Housing Market” (supervised with Professor Scott Skjei) This thesis won the Atlantic Association of Applied Economists Student Prize for Economic Policy.
- William Turner (2011), “Cost-benefit Analysis of a Natural Gas Lateral Pipeline to the Annapolis Valley” (supervised with Professor Scott Skjei)
- MengXue Zhang (2011), “Canadian Pension System: Problems and Reform” (supervised with Professor Xiaoting Wang)
- Adam Macleod (2009), “Grand Pre National Historic Site: An Economic Impact Assessment of a UNESCO world Heritage Designation” (supervised with Professor Brian VanBlarcom) This thesis won the Atlantic Association of Applied Economists Student Prize for Economic Policy.
- Atlantic Canadian Economics Association (ACEA) (Board Member, 2007 to present) (President, 2013 to present)
- Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network (CLSRN)
- Canadian Economics Association (CEA)
- Winner of the 2010 Kenneth J. Arrow Prize for Junior Economists by BE Press
- Nominated for Forster’s Medal by the College of Social & Applied Human Sciences, University of Guelph (2008)
- “Professor of the Year” award in the Business Program, University of Guelph-Humber (2003, 2004, 2007)
- College of Social and Applied Human Sciences Teaching Award (2004), University of Guelph
- Received 4.77 out of 5.0 for “General All-Round Teaching Ability” on the Course Evaluation as a sessional instructor in the Business Program of the University of Guelph-Humber
- Soccer, Discgolf
- Boardgames (Eldritch Horror, Nations, Tales, Twilight Imperium)
- Roleplaying Games (Pathfinder, Call of Cthulhu)