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Paul Missios

Professor
EducationPh.D., York University
OfficeJOR-227
Phone416-979-5000, ext. 6186
Areas of ExpertiseEnvironmental Economics, Natural Resource Economics, Public Economics, International Trade

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Teaching Fields 
International Trade, Microeconomics, Environmental / Resource Economics 

Selected Publications

Missios, P., “Trust and ability to pay in charitable giving” (with I. Ferrara), forthcoming, Journal of Public Economic Theory.

Missios, P., “Product quality, consumption externalities, and the role of national treatment” (with I. Ferrara and H. M. Yildiz), European Economic Review, 117, 1-35 (lead article),  2019.

Missios, P., "External trade diversion, exclusion incentives and the nature of preferential trade agreements," (with K. Saggi and H. M. Yildiz), Journal of International Economics, 99, 105-119, 2016.

Missios, P., "Do south-south preferential trade agreements undermine the prospects for multilateral free trade?," (with H. M. Yildiz), Canadian Journal of Economics, 50(1), 111-161, 2017.

Missios, P., "Inter-regional competition, comparative advantage and environmental federalism,” (with I. Ferrara and H.M. Yildiz), Canadian Journal of Economics, 47(3), 2014.

Missios, P., "Pricing of drugs with heterogeneous health insurance coverage,” (with I. Ferrara), Journal of Health Economics, 31(2), 440-456, 2012.

Missios, P., "Trading rules and the environment: Does equal treatment lead to a cleaner world?," (with I. Ferrara and H.M. Yildiz), Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 58(2), 206-225, 2009.

Missios, P., "Recycling and waste diversion effectiveness: Evidence from Canada," (with I. Ferrara), Environmental and Resource Economics, 30(2), 221-238, 2006.

Research Grants 

SSHRC, "A comprehensive study of Canadian waste generation and recycling," 2009-2012, $72,672 (with Ida Ferrara, Principal Investigator, York University).

SSHRC, "Environmental regulation, innovation, and the migration of skilled workers," 2004-2005, $25,000 (with Ida Ferrara, York University).

SSHRC, "Interregional competition, investment and sequential choice in a federation," 2002-2005, $33,300 (with Ida Ferrara, York University).