The Journal of the Canadian Economics Association
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Accepted and Forthcoming Papers

The lists below contain papers which have been accepted by the Canadian Journal of Economics for publication and will appear in the next scheduled issues. For the contents of back issues please browse the CJE On-Line Archive.

The publication plans listed on this page represent our best guess as to the contents of future issues of the CJE. The Editors reserve the right to change the contents of any forthcoming issue at their discretion. Similarly, the list of accepted papers is provided for informational purposes only and does not represent an absolute commitment to publish. The Editors reserve the right to withhold from publication any paper on this list if, in their view, circumstances warrant.

Volume 52, No. 2May 2019

Nicole Fortin: Increasing Earnings Inequality and the Gender Pay Gap in Canada: Prospects for Convergence
Kelly Foley: The gender gap in university enrollment: Do parents play a role beyond investing in skills?
Donna Feir and Randall Akee: First People Lost: Determining the State of Status First Nations Mortality in Canada using Administrative Data
Vincent Geloso: A price index for Canada, 1688 to 1850
Juan Carlos Conesa and Pau S. Pujolas: The Canadian Productivity Stagnation, 2002–2014
Brock Smith: Dutch Disease and the Oil Boom and Bust
Matthias Flueckiger and Markus Ludwig: Transport Infrastructure, Growth and Persistence: The Rise and Demise of the Sui Canal
Theo S. Eicher and David Kuenzel: European Influence and Economic Development
Nellie (Yinan) Zhang: Estimating the demand for settlement balances in the Canadian large value transfer system: How much is too much?
Irene Brambilla, Daniel Lederman and Guido Porto: Exporting Firms and the Demand for Skilled Tasks
Nicolas L. Jacquet, John Kennes and Serene Tan: Wage-Vacancy Contracts and Multiplicity of Equilibria in a Directed Search Model of the Labor Market
Ken-ichi Hashimoto and Ryonghun Im: Asset bubbles, labor market frictions, and R&D-based growth

 
Volume 52, No. 3August 2019

James Mackinnon: How Cluster-Robust Inference Is Changing Applied Econometrics
Stephen Williamson: Neo-Fisherism and Inflation Control
Susumu Imai, Derek Stacey and Casey Warman: From Engineer to Taxi Driver? Language Proficiency and the Occupational Skills of Immigrants
Serife Genc Ileri: Selective Immigration Policy and Its Impacts on Natives: A General Equilibrium Analysis
Thomas Eichner and Rüdiger Pethig: Bottom-up world climate policies: Preserving fossil fuel deposits vs. capping fuel consumption
Gilbert Kollenbach: Unilateral Climate Policy and the Green Paradox: Extraction Costs matter
Julien Daubanes and Pierre Lasserre: The supply of non-renewable resources
Fidel Perez-Sebastian and Ohad Raveh: Federal Tax Policies, Congressional Voting, and Natural Resources
Atsushi Yamagishi: Transboundary Pollution, Tax Competition, and the Efficiency of Uncoordinated Environmental Regulation
Colin A. Carter, Tina L. Saitone and K. Aleks Schaefer: Managed Trade: The U.S.-Mexico Sugar Suspension Agreements
Daiki Kishishita: Does High Labor Mobility Always Promote Trade Liberalization?
Andrew Greenland, Mihai Ion and John Lopresti: Exports, Investment, and Policy Uncertainty
Raquel Fonseca and Thepthida Sopraseuth: Distributional Effects of Social Security Reforms: the Case of France

 
Accepted and Forthcoming Papers

Colin A. Carter and Shon M. Ferguson: Deregulation and Regional Specialization: Evidence from Canadian Agriculture
Colin Davis and Laixun Zhao: How do business startup modes affect economic growth?
Lauren Jones, Kevin Milligan and Mark Stabile: Child cash benefits and family expenditures: Evidence from the National Child Benefit
Anna Grodecka: Subprime Borrowers, Securitization and the Transmission of Business Cycles
Erick Sager and Olga A. Timoshenko: The Double EMG Distribution and Trade Elasticities
Michele Ruta, Alberto Osnago and Nadia Rocha: Deep Trade Agreements and Vertical FDI: The Devil Is in the Details
Erasmus Kersting and Christopher Kilby: The Rise of Supplemental Lending at the World Bank
Athanasios Geromichalos and Kuk Mo Jung: Monetary Policy and Efficiency in Over-the-Counter Financial Trade
Ian Keay: Protection for Maturing Industries: Evidence from Canadian Trade Patterns and Trade Policy, 1870-1913
Chiu Yu Ko and Xuyao Zhang: Research Joint Venture with Technology Transfer
Kelly Chen, Lars Osberg and Shelley Phipps: Unequal Opportunities and Public Policy: The Impact of Parental Disability Benefits on Child Post-Secondary Attendance
Blake Shaffer: Location matters: Daylight saving time and electricity demand
Marco de Pinto and Jörg Lingens: Unionization, Information Asymmetry and the De-location of Firms
Bruno Merlevede and Bernhard Michel: Downstream Offshoring and Firm-level Employment
Chrysovalantou Milliou and Apostolis Pavlou: Foreign Direct Investment in Vertically Related Markets
Mohsen Javdani and Brian Krauth: Job Satisfaction and Coworker Pay in Canadian Firms
Magnus Hoffmann and Grégoire Rota-Graziosi: Endogenous Timing in the Presence of Non-Monotonicities
Kenneth S. Chan and Jean-Pierre Laffargue: Is piracy sustainable?
Francesco Ravazzolo and Joaquin Vespignani: World Steel Production: A New Monthly Indicator of Global Real Economic Activity
Fernando M. Aragon and Anke Kessler: Property rights on First Nations' reserve land
Gueorgui Kambourov, Iourii Manovskii and Miana Plesca: Occupational Mobility and the Returns to Training
Michele Baggio, Alberto Chong and Sungoh Kwon: Marijuana and Alcohol: Evidence Using Border Analysis and Retail Sales Data
Pierre Brochu, Till Gross and Christopher Worswick: Temporary Foreign Workers and Firms: Theory and Canadian Evidence
Erik Figueiredo and Luiz Renato Lima: Do economic integration agreements affect trade predictability? A group effect analysis
Seung Hoon Lee and Byongju Lee: Risk Sharing and Export Performance with Firm Heterogeneity