Talat Genc, Henry Thille, and Khaled ElMawazini. Dynamic Competition in Electricity Markets under Uncertainty. Energy Economics. Forthcoming. Working paper version.

Gregory Galay and Henry Thille. 2020. Pipeline capacity and the dynamics of Alberta crude oil price spreads. Canadian Journal of Economics. Forthcoming. Working paper version.

Sébastien Mitraille and Henry Thille. 2020. Strategic advance sales, demand uncertainty and overcommitment. Economic Theory. 69(3): 789-828. Working paper verion.

Sébastien Mitraille and Henry Thille. 2016. Speculative constraints on oligopoly. Ch. 11 in F. Thuijsman and F. Wagener eds. Advances in Dynamic and Evolutionary Games. Annals of the International Society of Dynamic Games. 14: 229-48. Working paper version.

John Livernois and Henry Thille. 2015. Empirical Evidence on the Theory of Nonrenewable Resource Economics. In Robert Halvorsen and David Layton, eds. Handbook on the Economics of Natural Resources. Edward Elgar. pp. 41-65.

Sébastien Mitraille and Henry Thille. 2014. Speculative storage in imperfectly competitive markets. International Journal of Industrial Organization. 35: 44-59. Preprint version.

Henry Thille, Monica Cojocaru, Edward W. Thommes, Dominic Nelson, and Scott Greenhalgh. 2013. A Dynamic Pricing Game in a Model of New Product Adoption with Social Influence. Social Computing (SocialCom), 2013 International Conference on. pp. 762-67. Preprint version.

Cojocaru, M.-G., H. Thille, E. Thommes, D. Nelson, and S. Greenhalgh. 2013. Social Influence and Dynamic Demand for New Products. Environmental Modelling and Software. 50. pp. 169-85.

Genc, Talat and Henry Thille. 2011. Investment in Electricity Markets with Asymmetric Technologies. Energy Economics. 33. pp. 378-87.

Thille, Henry. Measuring the Performance of Canadian Markets. 2010. Chapter 4 in Zhiqi Chen and Marc Duhamel. Eds. Industrial Organization in Canada: Empirical Evidence and Policy Challenges. McGill-Queen's University Press. pp. 108-39.

Cojocaru, M.-G., Hawkins, S., Thille, H., Thommes, E.. 2009. Double layer and hybrid dynamics of equilibrium problems - applications to markets of environmental products. In P. Pardalos, T. M. Rassias, A. Khan eds.Nonlinear Analysis and Variational Problems. Springer-Verlag, Ch. 16. pp. 213-34.

Sébastien Mitraille and Henry Thille. 2009. Monopoly behaviour with speculative storage.. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. 33: 1451-1468.

Thommes, E., Thille, H, Cojocaru, M.-G., Nelson, D. 2009. A time-dependent ABM model of an eco-product market with social interactions and dynamic pricing schemes, IEEE proceedings of TIC-STH. pp. 218-21.

Margaret E. Slade and Henry Thille. 2009. Whither Hotelling: Tests of the Theory of Exhaustible Resources. Annual Review of Resource Economics. 1(1). pp. 239-260.

Emery, J.C., Kris Inwood, and Henry Thille. 2007. Hecksher-Ohlin in Canada: New Estimates of Regional Wages and Land Prices. Australian Economic History Review. 41(1). pp. 22-48.

Henry Thille. 2006. Inventories, market structure, and price volatility. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. 30(7): 1081-1104.

John Livernois, Henry Thille, and Xianqiang Zhang. 2006. A test of the Hotelling rule using old growth timber data. Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'economique. 39(1): 163-186.

Margaret E. Slade and Henry Thille. 2006. Commodity spot prices: An exploratory assessment of market structure and forward-trading effects. Economica. 73(290): 229-256.

Henry Thille. 2003. Forward trading and storage in a Cournot duopoly. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. 27(4): 651-665.

Michael Benarroch and Henry Thille. 2001. Transboundary pollution and the gains from trade. Journal of International Economics. 55(1): 139-159.

Hugh Grant and Henry Thille. 2001. Tariffs, strategy, and structure: Competition and collusion in the {Ontario} petroleum industry, 1870--1880. The Journal of Economic History. 61(2): 390-413.

Margaret E. Slade and Henry Thille. 1997. Hotelling confronts CAPM: A test of the theory of exhaustible resources. Canadian Journal of Economics. 30(3): 685-708.