Gillespie, T. Lyons, R. and Hynes, S. (2024). The Value of a Sea View: Hedonic estimates using 3D Simulation and Natural Language Processing. Land Economics, 100 (2), 278-295.

McGrath, L., Hynes, S. and McHale, J. (2024). Advancing testing of the genuine savings hypothesis: The use of comprehensive measures of technical change for Ireland. Journal of Environmental Management, 352, 120072

van Rensburg, T.M., Brennan, N. (2024). Understanding public preferences towards Ireland's offshore wind sector: A study on renewable energy trade, public involvement, and setback distance. Marine Policy, 160, 105988

Solar, P. M., Dunn, O. B., and Kane, A. (2023).  Shipping in the London coal trade, 1700‒1860. Economic History Review, 13296, 1–30.

Guo, J., Chen, K. and Hynes, S. (2023). Multilevel meta-analysis of stated preference values of marine ecosystem services in China. Marine Development 1, 8.

van Rensburg, T.M., Brennan, N., Howard, A. (2023). Tourist preferences for fuel cell vehicle rental: Going green with hydrogen on the island of Tenerife. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 48 (75), 29350-29366.

Kyriazi, Z., de Almeida, L.R., Marhadour, A., Kelly, C., Flannery, W., Murillas-Maza, A., Kalaydjian, R., Farrell, D., Carr, L.M., Norton, D. and Hynes S. (2023). Conceptualising Marine Biodiversity Mainstreaming as an Enabler of Regional Sustainable Blue Growth: The Case of the European Atlantic Area. Sustainability 2023, 15, 16762.

Ahearne, A., & Cassidy, D. (2023). The impact of Fit for 55 on Ireland’s maritime transport sector and the macroeconomy. Maritime Economics & Logistics, 1-25.

Doolan, G. and Hynes, S. (2023). Ecosystem Service Valuation of Blue Carbon Habitats: A Review for Saltmarshes and Seagrasses. Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics: Vol. 10 (1), Article 2.

Alducci, B. and Hynes, S. (2023). Protecting coastal infrastructure in the face of increasing climate related pressures: A cost-benefit analysis of maintaining a tidal kayaking feature in Ireland. Marine Policy, 150, 105550.

Sandström, C., Ring, I., Olschewski, R., Simoncini, R., Albert, C., Acar, S., Adeishvili, M., Allard, C., Anker, Y., Arlettaz, R., Bela, G., Coscieme, L., Fischer, A., Fürst, C., Galil, B., Hynes, S., Kasymov, U., Marta-Pedroso, C., Mendes, A., Molau, U. and Pergl, J. (2023). Mainstreaming biodiversity and nature’s contributions to people in Europe and Central Asia: insights from IPBES for the CBD Post-2020 agenda. Ecosystems and People 19:1, DOI: 10.1080/26395916.2022.2138553.

Deely, J., Hynes, S. and Cawley, M. (2023). Modelling domestic marine and coastal tourism demand using logit and travel cost count models. Economic Analysis and Policy, 77, 123-136.

Behrendt, S.,  Solar, P.M, Hens, L., Kane, A., Marzagalli, S. and Moreira, M.C. (2022). Tons, Tonneaux, Toneladas, Lasts: British and European Ship Tonnages in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. Histoire & Mesure, XXXV-2, 197-232.

Zhang, K., Gao, J., Taitian An, T., Shen, J., Yin, Y., Zhao, R., He, G., Hynes, S., Jattak, Z. (2022). Development of a land-sea coordination degree index for coastal regions of China. Ocean and Coastal Management, 230, 106370.

McGrath, L., Hynes, S., McHale, J. (2022).  Reassessing Ireland’s Economic Development through the Lens of Sustainable Development.  European Review of Economic History, 26 (3), 399–422

Armstrong, C., Aanesen, M., Hynes, S. and Tinch, R. (2022). People do care about the deep sea. A comment on Jamieson et al. (2020). ICES Journal of Marine Science, fsac162,

Deely, J., Hynes, S., Cawley, M. (2022). Overseas visitor demand for marine and coastal tourism. Marine Policy, 143, 105176.

Deely, J., Hynes, S., Barquín, J., Burgess, D., Álvarez-Martínez, J.M., Silió, A., Finney, G. (2022). Are consumers willing to pay for beef that has been produced without the use of uncontrolled burning methods? A contingent valuation study in North-West Spain. Economic Analysis and Policy, 75, 577-590.

Ryan, M., O’Donoghue, C., Hynes, S., Jin, Y. (2022). Understanding planting preferences – a case-study of the afforestation choices of farmers in Ireland. Land Use Policy, 115, 105982.

Hynes, S., Burger, R., Tudella, J., Norton, D. and Chen, W. (2022). Estimating the costs and benefits of protecting a coastal amenity from climate change-related hazards: Nature based solutions via oyster reef restoration versus grey infrastructure. Ecological Economics, 194, 107349

Ankamah-Yeboah, I., Bich Xuan, B., Hynes, S., Armstrong, C. and Needham, K. (2022). Assessing public preferences for deep sea ecosystem conservation: A choice experiment in Norway and Scotland. Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 11 (2), 113-132.  DOI: 10.1080/21606544.2021.1924286.

Chen, W., Hynes, S., Tinch, R. (2022). Ecosystem service benefits and costs of deep-sea ecosystem restoration. Journal of Environmental Management, 303, 114127.

McGrath, L., Hynes, S., J. McHale (2022). The Air we Breathe: Estimates of Air Pollution Extended Genuine Savings for Europe. Review of Income and Wealth 68 (1), 161-188.

Hynes, S. and Colgan, C. (2021). From Monterey to Galway: Evolution of the Oceans in National Income Accounts, Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics, 8(2), Art. 1.

Hynes, S., O’Donoghue, C., Burger, R., O’Leary, J. (2021). Spatial Microsimulation for Regional Analysis of Marine Related Employment, Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics, 8(2), Art. 5.

Kelly, C., McAteer, B., Fahy, F., Carr, L., Norton, D., Farrell, D., Corless, R., Hynes, S., Kyriazi, Z., Marhadour, A., Kalaydjian, R., Flannery, W. (2021). Blue Growth: A transitions approach to developing sustainable pathways, Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics, 8(2), Art. 8.

Norton, D., Kalaydjian, R., Arantza Murillas, A., Fernandez-Macho, J.,  Flannery, W., González Casimiro, P., Prellezo, R., Marhadour, A., Kyriazi, Z., Kelly, C., Quimbert, E., Ballantyne, N., Hynes, S., Corless, R., Moreira, S., Pafi, M. and Yang Yaqi, Y. (2021). Challenges in measuring indicators of progress for the Atlantic Action Plan, Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics, 8(2), Art. 7.

O’Donoghue, C., Geoghegan, C., Hynes, S., Farrell, N., O'Leary, J., Tsakiridis, A. (2021). Impact assessment modelling for the ocean economy: A review of developments, Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics, 8(2), Art. 9.

Tinch, R., Hynes, S. Armstrong, C. and Chen, W. (2021). Prospects for valuation in marine decision making in Europe, Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics, 8(2), Art. 11.

Xuan, B., Ankamah-Yeboah, I., Hynes, S., Armstrong, C. and Needham, K. (2021). Valuing High Seas Ecosystem Conservation. Conservation Biology, 35 (5), 1405–1416.

Tsakiridis, A., Mateo-Mantecón, I., Hynes, S., O’Donoghue, C. (2021). Efficiency benchmarking of Irish and North Atlantic Spanish ports: Implications for blue growth. Utilities Policy, 72, 101268.

Hynes, S., Armstrong, C., Xuan, B., Ankamah-Yeboah, I., Needham, K., Tinch, R., and Ressurreição, A. (2021). Have environmental preferences and willingness to pay remained stable before and during the global Covid-19 shock? Ecological Economics, 189, 107142.

O'Connor, E. Hynes, S., Chen, W., Papadopoulou, N. and Smith, C. (2021).  Investigating societal attitudes towards marine ecosystem restoration. Restoration Ecology 29 (S2), e13239.

Hynes, S., Ankamah-Yeboah, I., O’Neill, S., Needham, K., Bich Xuan, B. and Armstrong, C. (2021). The impact of nature documentaries on public environmental preferences and willingness to pay: Entropy balancing and the Blue Planet II effect. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 64 (8), 1428-1456

Börger, T., Campbell, D., White, M., Elliott, L., Fleming, L., Garrett, J., Hattam, C., Hynes, S., Lankia, T., Taylor, T. (2021). The value of blue-space recreation and perceived water quality across Europe: A contingent behaviour study. Science of the Total Environment 771, 145597.

Grilli, G., Curtis, J., Hynes, S. (2021). Using Angling Logbook Data to Inform Fishery Management Decisions. Journal for Nature Conservation, 61, 125987.

Vondolia, K., Chen, W., Hynes, S., Armstrong, C. (2021). Subjective well-being and stated preferences: Explorations from a choice experiment in Norway.  Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 91, 101682.  

O’Donoghue, C., Buckley, C., Chyzheuskaya, A., Greene, S., Howley, P., Hynes, S., Upton, V., Ryan, M. (2021). The Spatial Impact of Rural Economic Change on River Water Quality. Land Use Policy, 103, 105322. Available at:

Hynes, S., Chen, W., Vondolia, K., Armstrong, C., O’Connor, E. (2021). Valuing the Ecosystem Service Benefits from Kelp Forest Restoration: A Choice Experiment from Norway. Ecological Economics Hynes, 179, 106833

Behrendt, S., Solar, P., Hens, L., Kane, A., Marzagalli, S. and Moreira, M. (2020). Tons, Tonneaux, Toneladas, Lasts. British and European Ship Tonnages in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries », Histoire & Mesure, XXXV (2), 197-232.

Deely, J., Hynes, S., Curtis, J. (2020). Coarse angler site choice model with perceived site attributes. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 32, 100177. Available at:

Deely, J., Hynes, S., Barquín, J., Burgess, D., Finney, G., Silió, A., Álvarez-Martínez, J., Bailly, D., Ballé-Béganton, J. (2020) Barrier Identification Framework for the Implementation of Blue and Green Infrastructures, Land Use Policy, 99, 105108. Available at:

O’Donoghue, C., Hynes, S., Kilgarriff, P., Ryan, M., Tsakiridis, A. (2020). Assessing preferences for rural landscapes: An attribute based choice modelling approach. Bio-based and Applied Economics, 9(2): 171-200. Available at:

O'Connor, E., Hynes, S., and Chen, W. (2020). Estimating the non-market benefit value of deep-sea ecosystem restoration: Evidence from a contingent valuation study of the Dohrn Canyon in the Bay of Naples. Journal of Environmental Management, 275, 111180. Available at:

Norton, D., Hynes, S., Buckley, C. Ryan, M and Doherty, E. (2020). An initial catchment level assessment of the value of Ireland's agroecosystem services. Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 120B (2), 123-151. Available at:

Breen, P., Tully, O., Hynes, S., Loughlin, C., Reecht, Y., and Morley, T. (2020). An integrated methodology for assessing ecological and economic impacts for marine management: A case study for abrasion and mobile fishing gear effects. Ocean and Coastal Management, 198, 105351. Available at:

Grilli, G., Mukhopadhyay, S., Curtis, J., Hynes, S. (2020). Recreational angling demand in a mixed resource fishery, Fisheries Management and Ecology, 27, 91–599. Available at:

Deely, J., Hynes, S. (2020). Blue-green or grey, how much is the public willing to pay? Landscape and Urban Planning, 203, 103909. Available at:

McGrath, L., & Hynes, S. (2020).  Approaches to Accounting for our natural capital: Applications across Ireland. Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 120B, 153–174. 

Farrell, N., O'Donoghue, C., Morrissey, K. (2020). Regional income and wave energy deployment in Ireland. Papers in Regional Science, 99 (3): 509-531.

Ankamah-Yeboah, I., Asche, F., Bronnmann, J., Nielsen, M., & Nielsen, R. (2020). Consumer Preference Heterogeneity and Preference Segmentation: The Case of Ecolabeled Salmon in Danish Retail Sales. Marine Resource Economics35(2), 000-000

McGrath, L., Hynes, S., J. McHale (2020). Linking Sustainable Development Assessment in Ireland and the European Union with Economic Theory. Economic and Social Review, 52 (2), 327-355.

Tsakiridis, A., O’Donoghue, C., Hynes, S., Kilcline, K. (2020). Comparison of Environmental and Economic Sustainability across Seafood and Livestock Product Value Chains, Marine Policy, 117, 103968.

O’Connor, E., Hynes, S., Vega, A. (2020). Examining demand and substitutability across terminals in a gateway port network: A discrete choice model of Irish ports. Case Studies on Transport Policy, 8, 322–332.

Hynes, S. and O’Donoghue, C. (2020). Value transfer using spatial microsimulation modelling: Estimating the value of achieving good ecological status under the EU Water Framework Directive across catchments. Environmental Science and Policy, 110, 60-70.

Grilli, G., Curtis, J., Hynes, S. (2020). Modelling Anglers' Fish Release Choices Using Logbook Data. Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy, 9(2), 206-219.

McGurk, E., Hynes, S. Thorne, F. (2020). Participation in Agri-Environmental Schemes: A Contingent Valuation Study of Farmers in Ireland. Journal of Environmental Management, 262, 110243.

Ankamah-Yeboah, I., Bui Bich, X., Hynes, S., Armstrong, C. (2020). Public Perceptions of Deep-Sea Environment: Evidence from Scotland and Norway. Frontiers in Marine Science, 7:137.

Chen, W., Van Assche, K., Hynes, S., Bekkby, T., Christie, H., and Hege Gundersen, H. (2020). Ecosystem accounting's potential to support coastal and marine governance, Marine Policy 112, 103758

O’Connor, E., Hynes, S., Vega, A. and Evers, N. (2019). Examining Performance Change and its drivers in Irish Ports 2000016. Maritime Business Review, 4 (4), 340-364.

McGurk, E., Hynes, S. Manton, R., Thorne, F., Clifford, E. (2019). Greenways, Recreational Access and Landowner Willingness to Accept: A Contingent Valuation Study of Farmers in Ireland. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 62:13, 2375-2392.

Grilli, G., Curtis, J., Hynes, S. and O'Reilly P. (2019). Anglers' views on stock conservation: Sea bass angling in Ireland, Marine Policy, 99, 34-41. DOI:

O’Donoghue, C., Chyzheuskaya, A., Grealis, E., Kilcline, K., Finnegan, W. Goggins, J., Hynes, S. and Ryan, M. (2019). Measuring GHG emissions across the agri-food sector value chain: The development of a bio-economy input-output model. International Journal on Food System Dynamics, 10 (1), 2019, 55‐85. DOI:

Krøvel, A., Gjerstad, B. Skoland, K., Marie Fjaer Lindland, K., Hynes, S., Ravagnan, E. (2019). Exploring attitudes toward aquaculture in Norway – is there a difference between the Norwegian general public and local communities where the industry is established? Marine Policy, 108, 103648. DOI:

van Osch, S.V., Hynes, S., Freeman, S., O’Higgins, T. (2019). Estimating the Public’s Preferences for Sustainable Aquaculture: A Cross Country Comparison. Sustainability, 11, 569. Download: file:///C:/Users/0112029s/Downloads/sustainability-11-00569-v2.pdf

Deely, J., Hynes, S., Curtis, J. (2019). Are objective data an appropriate replacement for subjective data in site choice analysis? Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy, 8:2, 159-178. DOI:

McGurk, E., Hynes, S. Manton, R., Thorne, F., Clifford, E. (2019). Greenways, Recreational Access and Landowner Willingness to Accept: A Contingent Valuation Study of Farmers in Ireland. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 62:13, 2375-2392. DOI:

Deely, J., Hynes, S., Curtis, J. (2019). Combining actual and contingent behaviour data to estimate the value of coarse fishing in Ireland, Fisheries Research, 215, 53-61. DOI:

McGrath, L., Hynes, S., & McHale J. (2019). Augmenting the World Bank’s estimates; Ireland’s Genuine Savings through boom and bust. Ecological Economics, 164

Hynes, S., Ravagnan, E. & Gjerstad, B., (2019). Do concerns for the environmental credentials of salmon aquaculture translate into WTP a price premium for sustainably farmed fish? A contingent valuation study in Ireland and Norway, Aquacult Int (2019),

Armstrong Claire W., Vondolia Godwin K., Foley Naomi S., Henry Lea-Anne, Needham Katherine, Ressurreição Adriana, (2019). Expert Assessment of Risks Posed by Climate Change and Anthropogenic Activities to Ecosystem Services in the Deep North Atlantic, Frontiers in Marine Science, (6):158 . DOI=10.3389/fmars.2019.00158, ISSN=2296-7745  

Hynes, S., Mateo-Mantecón, I., O’Connor, E. & Tsakiridis, A., (2019). Relative size and technical efficiency in peripheral port markets: evidence from Irish and North Atlantic Spanish ports, Maritime Economics & Logistics, DOI 10.1057/s41278-019-00119-5

Carr, L.M. (2019). Seeking stakeholder consensus within Ireland's conflicted salmon aquaculture space, Marine Policy 99 (2019): 201-212.

Hynes, S. Skoland, K., Elisa Ravagnan, E., Gjerstad, B., Vatland Krøvel, A. (2018) Public attitudes toward aquaculture: An Irish and Norwegian comparative study, Marine Policy, 96, 1-8. 

Kilgarriff, P., McDermott, T.K.J., Vega, A., Morrissey, K. & O’Donoghue, C. (2018): The impact of flooding disruption on the spatial
distribution of commuter's income, Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy. Download: 

Hynes, S., Ghermandi, A., Norton, D. and Williams, H. (2018). Marine recreational ecosystem service value estimation: A meta-analysis with cultural considerations. Ecosystem Services.

Norton, D. and Hynes, S. (2018). Estimating the Benefits of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive in Atlantic Member States: A Spatial Value Transfer Approach, published online on 15 May 2018 in Ecological Economics

McDermott, T. K. J.  & Surminski, S. (2018). How normative interpretations of climate risk assessment affect local decision-making: an exploratory study at the city scale in Cork, Ireland. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A 2018, 13 June 2018, Volume 376, issue 2121 Download here:"ULrOE7u0OetpCog&keytype=ref

Castells-Quintana, David, Maria del Pilar Lopez-Uribe, and Thomas K.J. McDermott (2018) “Adaptation to climate change: A review through a development economics lens”, World Development 104 April 2018: 183-196.

Grilli, G. Curtis, J., Hynes, S, O’Reilly, P. (2018). Sea bass angling in Ireland: a structural equation model of catch and effort. Ecological Economics, 149, 285–293. Download:

Breen, B., Curtis, J., Hynes, S. (2018). Recreational use of public waterways and the impact of water quality, Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy, 7 (1), 1-15. Download:

David Castells-Quintana, Maria del Pilar Lopez-Uribe, Thomas K.J. McDermott, (2018), Adaptation to climate change: A review through a development economics lens, World Development, 104: 183-196,ISSN 0305-750X,

Farrell D., Carr, L., and Fahy, F. (2017). On the subject of typology: how Irish coastal communities’ subjectivities reveal intrinsic values towards coastal environments. Ocean & Coastal Management 146: 135-143. Download:

Hynes, S., Gaeven, R. and O’Reilly, P. (2017). Estimating a Total Demand Function for Sea Angling Pursuits. Ecological Economics, 134, 73–81. Download:

Curtis, J., Hynes, S. and Breen, B. (2017). Recreational boating site choice and the impact of water quality. Heliyon, 3 (10), Article e00426. Download:

Curtis, J., Hynes, S., O'Reilly, P. and Breen, B. (2017). Recreational angling tournaments: participants' expenditures. Journal of Sport and Tourism, 21, 201-221. Download:

Fitzpatrick, M., Maravelias, C., Eigaard, O., Hynes, S., and Reid, D. (2017) Fisher's preferences and trade-offs between management options. Fish and Fisheries, 18 (5), 795–1010.

van Osch S., Hynes S., O’Higgins T., Hanley N., Campbell D. & Freeman, S.(2017). Estimating the Irish public's willingness to pay for more sustainable salmon produced by integrated multi-trophic aquaculture, Marine Policy 84: 220–227. Available at:"73d318a2-7d0b-11e7-bcea-00000aacb35f&acdnat=1502287560_b24ce8ad7489b3c10be3028acea533ce

Curtis, J., Hynes, S., O'Reilly, P. and Breen, B. (2017). Recreational angling tournaments: participants' expenditures. Journal of Sport and Tourism, 21, p:201 - 221

Grealis, E., Hynes, S., O’Donoghue, C. Vega, A., van Osch, S. and Towmey, C. (2017). The economic impact of aquaculture expansion: An input-output approach, Marine Policy, 81, 29–36.

Carr, L. and Liu, D. (2016). Measuring stakeholder perspectives on environmental and community stability in a tourism-dependent economy. Intl J Tour Res 18: 620-632.

Kahui, V., Armstrong, C.W. and Foley, N.S. (2016). An International View on ’Correcting the Whimsies of U.S. Fisheries Policy’. CHOICES, 31 (3).

Armstrong, C.W., Foley, N.S. and Kahui, V. (2016). A Production Function Analysis of Fisheries and Habitat – Open Access vs Optimal Management. Land Economics, 92 (4), 760-771.

Breen, B., Kelley, H. and Hynes, S. (2016). The impact of precautionary quota constraints on the composition of multispecies harvest portfolios. Marine Policy, 69,13–23. Available at:

Brennan, R.B., Healy, M.G., Morrison, L., Hynes, S., Norton, D., Clifford, E. (2016) Management of Landfill leachate: The Legacy of European Union Directives. Waste Management, 55, 355–363. Available at: 

Carr, L. M. & Heyman, W. D. (2016). Testing fisher-developed alternatives to fishery management tools for community support and regulatory effectiveness, Marine Policy 67: 40-53. Available at:

Hynes, S., Gerritsen, H, Breen, B. and Johnson, M (2016). Discrete Choice Modelling of Fisheries with Nuanced Spatial Information. Marine Policy, 72, 156–165.

Hynes, S. and Greene, W. (2016). Preference Heterogeneity in Contingent Behaviour Travel Cost Models with Onsite Samples: A Random Parameter vs. a Latent Class Approach. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 67 (2), 348-367. Available at:  

Manton, R., Hynes, S. and Clifford, E. (2016). Greenways as a tourism resource: a study of user spending and value. Tourism Planning & Development, 13 (4), 427 – 448. Available at:

Oinonen, S., Börger, T., Hynes, S., Buchs, A.K.,  Heiskanen, A.S., Hyytiäinen, K., Luisetti, T., and van der Veeren, R. (2016). The Role of Economics in Ecosystem Based Management: The Case of the EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive; First Lessons Learnt and Way Forward. Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics ,2 (3). DOI: 

Hynes, S., O'Reilly, P. & Corless  R. (2015). An on-site versus a household survey approach to modelling the demand for recreational angling: Do welfare estimates differ?, Ecosystem Services, 16: 136-145. Available at:

Hanley, N., Hynes, S., Patterson, D. and Jobstvogt, N. (2015). Economic Valuation of Marine and Coastal Ecosystems: Is it currently fit for purpose? Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics, 2, Article 1. DOI:

Flynn, B. (2015) '’Ecological modernisation of a Cinderella renewable? The emerging politics of global ocean energy’'. Environmental Politics, 24 (2):249-269. Available at:

Falk-Andersson, J., Foley, N.S., Armstrong, C. W., van den Hove, S., van Rensburg, T. M., and Tinch, R. (2015). A deliberative approach to valuation and precautionary management of cold water corals in Norway, Maritime Studies, 14: 7. Download at: 

Le Floch'h, P., Murillas, A., Aranda, M., Daurés, F., Fitzpatrick, M., Guyader, O., Hatcher, A., Macher, C. and Marchal, P. (2015). The regional management of fisheries in European Western Waters. Marine Policy, 51: 375-384. Download at: 

Farrell, N., O' Donoghue, C. and Morrissey, K. (2015). Quantifying the uncertainty of wave energy conversion device cost for policy appraisal: An Irish case study. Energy Policy, 78: 62-77. Download at:

Flynn, B. (2015) 'Planning for Irish Offshore Renewables: Are We Moving in the Right Direction with the Maritime Area and Foreshore (Amendment) Bill?'. Irish Planning and Environmental Law Journal, 22 (3):100-108. 

Flynn, B.  (2015) 'Counter Piracy Today: How Essential A Mission For Both NATO and the EU?' Atlantic Voices, 5 (8) :11-16.

Foley, N.S., Corless, R., Escapa, M., Fahy, F., Fernandez-Macho, J., Gabriel, S., Gonzalez, P., Hynes, S., Kalaydjian, R., Moreira, S., Moylan, K., Murillas, A., O’Brien, M., Simpson, K. and Tinch, D. (2014) Developing a Comparative Marine Socio Economic Framework for the European Atlantic Area, Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics, 2014(3). Download at:

Norton, D. and Hynes, S. (2014). Valuing the non-market benefits arising from the implementation of the EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive. Ecosystem Services, 10: 84-96. Download at: 

Armstrong, C.W., Foley, N.S., Kahui, V. and Grehan, A. (2014). Cold water coral reef management from an ecosystem service perspective. Marine Policy, 50(A):126-134. Download at:

Murphy, G., Hynes, S., Murphy, E. and O’Donoghue, C. (2014). An investigation into the type of farmer who chose to participate in Rural Environment Protection Scheme (REPS) and the role of institutional change in influencing scheme effectiveness. Land Use Policy, 39: 199–210. Download at:

Morrissey, K. (2014). Producing Regional Production Multipliers for Irish Marine Sector Policy: A Location Quotient Approach. Ocean and Coastal Management, 91: 58-64. Download at:

Vega, A., Miller, A.C. & O’Donoghue, C. (2014). Economic impacts of seafood production growth targets in Ireland. Marine Policy, 47: 39–45. Download at: 

Hynes, S., Norton, D., Corless, R. (2014). Investigating societal attitudes towards the marine environment of Ireland. Marine Policy, 47: 57–65. Download at: 

Jobstvogt, N., Hanley, N., Hynes, S., Kenter, J. and Whitte, U. (2014). Twenty Thousand Sterling Under the Sea: Estimating the value of protecting deep-sea biodiversity. Ecological Economics, 97: 10–19. Download at:

Breen, B. and Hynes, S. (2014). Shortcomings in the European principles of Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM); assessing the implications for locally orientated coastal management using Biome Portfolio Analysis (BPA). Marine Policy, 44: 406–418. Download at:

Zhao, R., Hynes, S., Shun He, G. (2014) Defining and quantifying China's ocean economy. Marine Policy, 43: 164-173. Download at:

Doherty, E., Murphy, G., Hynes, S. and Buckley, C. (2014). Valuing ecosystem services across water bodies: Results from a discrete choice experiment. Ecosystem Services, 7: 89–97. Download at:

Caffrey, J., Baars, J., Barbour, J., Boets, P., Boon, P.,  Davenport, K., Dick, J., Early, J., Edsman, L., Gallagher, C., Gross, J., Heinimaa, P., Horrill, C., Hudin, S., Hulme, P., Hynes, S., MacIsaac, H., McLoone, P.,  Millane, M., Moen, T., Moore, N., Newman, J., O’Conchuir, R., O’Farrell, M., O’Flynn, C., Oidtmann, B., Renals, T., Ricciardi, A., Roy, H., Shaw, R., Weyl, O., Williams, F., and Lucy, F.  (2014). Tackling Invasive Alien Species in Europe: the top 20 issues. Management of Biological Invasions 5 (1): 1–20. Download at:

Hynes, S. and Greene, W. (2013). A Panel Travel Cost Model accounting for endogenous stratification and truncation: A latent class approach. Land Economics, 89: 1, 177-192. Download at:

Hynes, S., Norton, D. and Hanley, N. (2013). Accounting for Cultural Dimensions in International Benefit Transfer, Environmental and Resource Economics, 56,  499-519.

Hynes, S., Tinch, D. and Hanley, N. (2013). Valuing improvements to coastal waters using choice experiments: An application to revisions of the EU Bathing Waters Directive. Marine Policy, 40: 137–144. Download at:

Doherty, E., Campbell, D. and Hynes, S. (2013), Models of Site-choice for Walks in Rural Ireland: Exploring Cost Heterogeneity. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 64: 446–466

Doherty, E., Campbell, D., Hynes, S. and van Rensburg, T. (2013). Examining labelling effects within discrete choice experiments: An application to recreational site choice. Journal of Environmental Management, 125: 94–104 Download at:

Armstrong, C.W., Foley, N.S., Tinch, R. and van den Hove, S. (2012). Services from the deep: steps towards valuation of deep sea goods and services. Ecosystem Services 2: 2-13.

Foley, N.S., Armstrong, C.W., Kahui, V., Mikkelsen, E. and Reithe, S. (2012). A review of bioeconomic modelling of habitat fisheries interactions. International Journal of Ecology vol. 2012, article ID 861635.

Howley, P., Hynes, S. and O’Donoghue, C. (2012). Countryside preferences: exploring individuals willingness to pay for the conservation of the traditional farm landscape. Landscape Research, 37:6, 703-719.

Buckley, C., Hynes, S. and Mechan, S. (2012). Supply of an Ecosystem Service – Farmers Willingness to Adopt a Riparian Buffer Zone. Journal of Environmental Science and Policy, 24: 101-109.

Hynes, S. and Farrelly, N. (2012). Defining standard statistical coastal regions for Ireland, Marine Policy 36: 393–404

Walsh, A.T., Domegan, C.,  & Fleming, D.  (2012) “Marketing’s Response to environmental decline and the call for sustainability”  Social Business Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 121-143

Vega, A. (2012), “Using Place Rank to Measure Sustainable Accessibility”, Journal of Transport Geography, vol. 24, 411-418.

Macken-Walsh, A. (2012) Operationalising Contemporary Rural Development: Socio-Cultural Determinants Arising from a Strong Local Fishing Culture, Human Ecology, Vol. 40, No. 2, pp. 199-211

Farrell, N. Breen, B., Hynes, S., Cuddy, M. (2012). Addressing failures of the Common Fisheries Policy: How principles of devolved community-based governance may improve the sustainability of Irish fisheries, The Irish Review of Community Economic Development Law & Policy, 1 (3): 53 - 74.

Hynes, S. and Hennessy, T. (2012). Agriculture, Fisheries and Food in the Irish Economy, World Economy 35 (10): 1340-1358.

Stithou, M., Hynes, S. and Hanley, N. (2012). Estimating the Value of Achieving ’Good Ecological Status’ in the Boyne River Catchment Using Choice Experiments, Economic and Social Review, 43 (3): 24 - 37.

Edwards, M., Løvstad Holdt, S. and Hynes, S (2012). Algal eating habits of phycologists attending the ISAP Halifax Conference and members of the general public, Journal of Applied Psychology, 24 (3): 627-633.

Boeri, M. Longo, A., Doherty, E. and Hynes, S. (2012). Site choices in recreational demand: a matter of utility maximization or regret minimization? Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy, 1(1): 32–47.

Howley, P., Doherty, E., Buckley, C., Hynes, S., van Rensburg, T. and Green, S. (2012). Exploring preferences towards the provision of farmland walking trails: A supply and demand perspective, Land Use Policy, 29: 111– 118.

Howley, P., O’Donoghue, C. and Hynes, S., (2012). Exploring public preferences for traditional farming landscapes: An Irish case study, Landscape and Urban Planning, 104: 66– 74.

Byrne, F., Waters, P., Waters, S., Hynes, S., Ní Thuairisg, C., O'Sullivan, M. (2011) Demographics, nature and treatment of orthopaedic trauma injuries occurring in an agricultural context in the West of Ireland, Irish Journal of Medical Science, 180 (1) pp 185-189(5)

Morrissey, K., O’Donoghue, C. and Hynes, S. (2011). Quantifying the value of multi-sectoral marine commercial activity in Ireland, Marine Policy 35 (2011) 721–727

Hynes, S., Campbell, D. and Howley, P. (2011). A Holistic vs. an Attribute-based Approach to Agri-Environmental Policy Valuation: Do Welfare Estimates Differ? Journal of Agricultural Economics 62 (2): 305–329.

Cullinan, J., Hynes, S., O'Donoghue, C. (2011). Using spatial microsimulation to account for demographic and spatial factors in environmental benefit transfer, Ecological Economics: 70 (4) pp 813-824.

Wattage, P., Glenn, H., Mardlea, S., Van Rensburg, T., Grehan, A. and Foley, N. (2011). Economic value of conserving deep-sea corals in Irish waters: A choice experiment study on marine protected areas, Fisheries Research, 107 (2011) 59–67.

Foley, N., van Rensburg, T and Armstrong, C. (2011). The rise and fall of the Irish orange roughy fishery: An economic analysis. Marine Policy, 35(6): 756-763

Foley, N. Kahui, V., Armstrong, C., and van Rensburg, T. (2010). Estimating Linkages between Redfish and Cold Water Coral on the Norwegian Coast. Marine Resource Economics, 25: 105-120

Hynes, S., Hanley, N. and O’Donoghue, C. (2010). A Combinatorial Optimization Approach to Non-market Environmental Benefit Aggregation via Simulated Populations, Land Economics, 86 (2): 345–362.

Howley, P., Hynes, S. and O'Donoghue, C. (2010). The citizen versus consumer distinction: An exploration of individuals' preferences in Contingent Valuation studies, Ecological Economics 69: 1524–1531.

Hynes, S., Hanley, N. and O'Donoghue, C. (2009). Alternative treatments of the cost of time in recreational demand models: an application to whitewater kayaking in Ireland. Journal of Environmental Management90(2):1014-1021.

O’Donoghue, C., Hynes, S. and Lennon, J (2009). The Life-Cycle Income Analysis Model (LIAM): A Study of a Flexible Dynamic Microsimulation Modelling Computing Framework. International Journal of Microsimulation 2 (1): 16-31.

Hynes, S., Hanley, N. and Scarpa, R. (2008). Effects on Welfare Measures of Alternative Means of Accounting for Preference Heterogeneity in Recreational Demand Models. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90 (4): 1011-1027.

Hynes, S., Hanley, N. and Garvey, E. (2007). Up the Proverbial Creek without a paddle: Accounting for variable participant skill levels in Recreational Demand Modelling. Environmental and Natural Resource Economics 36: 413 – 426.

Hynes, S. and Hanley, N. (2006). Preservation versus Development on Irish Rivers: Whitewater Kayaking and Hydro Power in Ireland. Land Use Policy 23: 170 - 180.