Daniel C. Esty

Hillhouse Professor of Environmental Law and Policy, jointly with Yale Law School; Director of the Center for Environmental Law and Policy

Publications (BETA)

This is a PARTIAL listing of recent publications, and it will continue to grow as we populate our publications database.


  • Journal Article
    Esty, D. “Toward a Sustainable Global Economy: An Initiative for G20 Leadership.” Journal of Self-Governance and Management Economics 5.2 (2017): 46-60. Link
  • 2016

  • Journal Article
    Esty, D. “Regulatory Transformation: Lessons from Connecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.” Public Administration Review 76.3 (2016): 403-412. DOI: 10.1111/puar.12528
  • Book Chapter
    Esty, D. C. “Regulatory Excellence: Lessons from Theory and Practice.” Achieving Regulatory Excellence. Ed. C. Coglianese Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2016. 133-147. Link
  • 2011

  • Book
    Esty, D.C, Simmons, P.J. Green to Gold Business Playbook: How to Implement Sustainability Practices for Bottom-Line Results in Every Business Function. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2011.
  • 2010

  • Journal Article
    Esty, Daniel C. “Global Warming and the World Trading System.” World Trade Review 9.1 (2010): 282-285.
  • Magazine Article
    Esty Daniel, Lubin David “The Sustainability Imperative.” Harvard Business Review Harvard Business Review, 2010.
  • 2008

  • Journal Article
    Esty, Daniel C. “Climate Change and Global Environmental Governance.” Global Governance 14 (2008): 111-118. Link
  • Journal Article
    Esty, Daniel C. “Breaking the Environmental Law Logjam: The International Dimension.” Environmental Law Journal 17 (2008). Link
  • Journal Article
    Esty, Daniel C. “Rethinking Global Environmental Governance to Deal with Climate Change: The Multiple Logics of Global Collective Action.” American Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings 98 (2008): 2. Link
  • 1998

  • Journal Article
    Esty, D. and R. Mendelsohn. “Moving From National to International Environmental Policy.” Policy Sciences 31.3 (1998): 225-235. DOI: 10.1023/A:1004365815542