Volume 22
August / Août 2000

Notes From the CEA

Call for Nominations: CJE Editor

James Brander's term as Editor of the CJE expires on July 1, 2001, so we must find a suitable replacement. The closing date for nominations is September 15. To nominate a candidate, send the name of the candidate and a brief statement in support of your nomination to Curtis Eaton (eaton@ucalgary.ca). Other members of the committee are James Brander (brander@commerce.ubc.ca), Emanuela Cardia (cardia@crde.umontreal.ca), and Marc Van Audenrode (mvand@ecn.ulaval.ca). We welcome your advice regarding any aspect of this search, so please don't hesitate to contact us.

Call for Papers: IRPP-CSLS Project on Inequality and Economic Growth in Canada

In recent years, there has been a renewed interest among economists in the impact of inequality on economic growth, and in the effect of economic growth on income distribution, in part due to the development of new growth theories (see Aghion, Caroli, and Garcia-Penalosa, JEL, December,1999; Benabou, AEA, March, 2000). To shed light on these relationships in a Canadian context, the Centre for the Study of Living Standards (CSLS) and the Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP) are organizing a research project on inequality and economic growth in Canada. A preconference will be held in the fall of 2000 and a major conference in early 2001. A refereed volume based on the papers presented at the conference, to be edited by project coordinators Pierre Fortin of UQAM, Andrew Sharpe of CSLS, and France St-Hilaire of IRPP, will be published.

Proposals for papers are being sought in the following specific areas:

Proposals may focus exclusively on Canada, on Canada in a comparative context, or on foreign experience of relevance to Canada. Proposals should consist of a 1-2 page description of the proposed research, including a clear statement of purpose, methodology, and possible policy implications. Funds for honouria for papergivers are available. Travel and accommodation expenses for the preconference and conference will also be covered. The deadline for receipt of proposals is September 30, 2000. Please submit proposals to

    Andrew Sharpe, Executive Director
    Centre for the Study of Living Standards
    111 Sparks Street, Suite 500
    Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5B5
    613-233-8891, Fax 613-233-8250
    E-mail: csls@csls.ca
    Web Site: www.csls.ca

The CEA Meetings at UBC

Welcome to UBC

Chuck Blackorby, UBC has organized an excellent set of sessions for the Meeting at the University of British Columbia and we thank him for his hard work. There were a record number of registrants. Don Paterson of UBC handled local arrangements. The CEA thanks the Dean of Arts and the Dean of Commerce at UBC for their support. Pearson Education is a new company that includes the former Addison-Wesley-Longman and Prentice Hall. We thank them for their financial assistance with the Meetings.

Future CEA Meetings

In 2001, The CEA Meetings will be at McGill. James MacKinnon, Queens is organizing the sessions and Chris Ragan and Chris Green of McGill are providing local organization. A site for 2002 will be chosen this Fall if we continue on our own. The Congress will be in Toronto in 2002 at a combination of UofT and Ryerson. The CEA will be surveying members in the early Fall of 2000 to determine if we continue to meet outside of the Congress. My impression is that most members favour remaining on our own. They also favour meeting in major cities.

At the CJE - Jim Brander

Jim Brander The major CJE event over the past year has been the move to Blackwell. The CEA Executive decided that the publishing industry has changed enough to make a large publisher like Blackwell very attractive. The strategy at Blackwell is to acquire strong established journals. They now publish Econometrica, the Review of Economic Studies, the Economic Journal, the Journal of Finance and a variety of other impressive titles in Economics, including the CJE. Our assessment is that they are the strongest publisher of economics and business journals. To their credit they like to pursue a low price/high circulation strategy, which has always been the CJE strategy, and they are willing to cooperate with academic organizations, like the Canadian Economics Association, the Econometric Society and the American Finance Association.

One of the key reasons for going with Blackwell has to do with Internet presence. For example, Blackwell has good connections with the JSTOR project, which makes archives of published papers available on the Internet. The CJE is now in JSTOR and back issues are currently being converted to electronic format. By the end of 2000 the full set of back issues (back to Volume 1, which appeared in 1968), should be available on the JSTOR website. JSTOR will have a three year window between the most recently published issue and the most recent issue they provide. For current issues Blackwell maintains a website through Ingenta. The Ingenta site will be accessible to anyone at a university with an institutional subscription to the CJE and to any other subscribers.

The actual transition to Blackwell has had its share of frictions and things have not moved as quickly as I would have liked. We were slower than we hoped in handling renewals and in getting material on the Ingenta website, along with several other things. We expected frictions in such a transition, of course, and we are very optimistic about the future. Actual physical production of the journal (which is sub-contracted by Blackwell to a Canadian printer) has gone very well.

The decision to move to Blackwell has affected several other decisions. In particular, it has slowed down the development of a Viewpoints segment dealing with policy issues, reviews of major developments in economics, etc. We still plan to do this in the near future but we do not want to allow the backlog of accepted papers to build up excessively.

The three co-editors: John Burbidge, Michel Poitevin, and Gregor Smith, have all been doing an excellent job. As a result, basic journal operations are running very smoothly, and lags in all phases of the process are down to reasonable levels. My assistant, Kathryn Coholan, also does an outstanding job with the Journal. Submissions continue to be strong and we appear to be headed for a particularly good year. Most importantly the CJE is publishing interesting and high quality papers and is generating impressive circulation and readership.

CEA Financial Health

Despite some costly mistakes by the Treasurer, the 1999 CEA Meetings had a small surplus of $4 thousand. We now understand the details of the costs of running meetings through learning by doing. We did raise the fee in 2000 in order to offer more services. However, we will remain below the fees at the Congress.

The CEA remains in very good general financial health. The move to Blackwell may change this. Costs at Blackwell are substantially higher but we are buying more services. We raised the institutional rates in 2000 and may have to raise them again in 2001. There is no intention to raise the membership rate which has not changed since 1995. A longer report on our experience with Blackwell will be included next year.

The 1999 CEA Meetings - Lars Osberg

Final registration for the 1999 meetings was 609. There were 142 sessions, and 113 people responded to the program evaluation questionnaire distributed at the meetings. Respondents were generally satisfied with the 1999 CEA meetings and their organization -- the only deviation from a median response of 3 (= okay now) was a generalized preference for more state of the art addresses . Many respondents included extensive written comments and suggestions.

The CEA has to consider is where to hold the annual meetings - and the survey evidence is clear. Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, and Vancouver received the highest ratings in terms of where respondents are most likely to attend CEA meetings in future. All other options were well behind.

Attendees at the CEA tend to be in their 30's (36%) or 40's (30%). Relatively few are in their 50's -- the CEA may still be a boys' club, but it is not an old boys' club.

Almost 30% of 1999 respondents had been to 10 or more previous CEA meetings. Nearly a quarter of the people attending the 1999 CEA were first attendees. Since over 80% of 1999 attendees state that they are either somewhat likely or very likely to attend the 2000 meetings, the combination of high recruitment and high expressed willingness to return is a hopeful note for the future. As well, the age group 30 to 39 have the highest average intention of any age group of attending the year 2000 meetings of the CEA in Vancouver. Among respondents, there was no statistically significant difference in likelihood of 2000 attendance by the number of times a person has previously attended a CEA meeting. . Most respondents preferred the current fee structure and current level of services for the CEA meetings and 80% favoured continuing to meet separately from the Learned Societies. Most participated in the meetings in some manner, either by presenting, discussing or chairing - 95% attended at least three sessions in one day.

There have often been comments, over the years, on the supposed differences in attitudes and preferences between younger and older CEA members and between those who have attended many times previously, or rarely. However, although the questionnaire asked for attitudes on a variety of dimensions - policy/theory preferences, subject area emphasis, preferred format, etc. - it is difficult to detect statistically significant differences in responses by age of respondent or by number of times they previously attended CEA Meetings.


The Royal Bank has been sponsoring the Past-Presidents= Dinner for the last few years. We would like to thank the Bank and John MacCallum, Chief Economist for their support. John has been a member of the CEA for many years and has numerous friends amongst our membership.

Craig Riddell, UBC will be leaving the CEA Executive this year. Craig organized the 1998 Meetings at Ottawa. He has helped the CEA over many years.

Werner Antweiler, UBC continues to oversee the CEA website. He has made numerous improvements to the CEA Meetings section this year. Thanks Werner.

Charles Beach, Queens is completing the first year of his second term as Editor of the CPP. The CEA thanks Charles for the efforts he has made to improve the journal.

Jean-Marie Dufour, Montreal is the new CEA Vice-President. He is joined on the Council by Jane Friesen, SFU, Tony Wirjanto, Waterloo, Pierre Lasserre, UQAM and Brian Maclean, Laurentian.

Paul Beaudry, UBC, Diane Dupont, Brock, Marc Van Audenrode, Laval and Michel Poitevin, Montreal will leave the Executive Council this year. On behalf of the CEA, we thank them for their help.


The Executive welcomes any suggestions about what the CEA should or should not be doing. In addition to those mentioned above, current members of the Executive are Lucy Samson, Laval, Frances Woolley, Carleton, Peter Townley, Acadia and Garnett Picot, Statistics Canada. If you have suggestions, criticisms or areas in which you would like to help, please contact us.

1999/2000 CWEN/RFÉ Activities

CWEN/RFď is an independent network of economists whose activities include: * organisation of sessions and a Luncheon at the Canadian Economics Association annual meetings * maintenance of a web page for publication of news of Network activities, opportunities (including job opportunities) and resources of interest to women economists * maintenance of an electronic mail network to provide easy and low-cost communication among subscribes interested in issues concerning Canadian women economists * pursuit and maintenance of active connections with like organisations internationally * advising and offering recommendations to the CEA on matters relating to the status of women in economics

While this text must be written before the CEA Annual Meetings, judging from early interest, CWEN/RFÉ activities promise to be informative and well attended. At the time of writing, the Luncheon is close to being sold out. Our gust speaker Nancy Folbre (Umass-Amherst) intends to discuss her forthcoming book The Invisible Heart: Economics and Family Values. Thanks to Nancy Folbre, to Human Resources Development Canada-Women's Bureau for its generous support and to Caroline Weber in particular, to the CEA for its contribution, and to Lori Curtis, Don Patterson and the UBC staff for their efforts in planning and organizing the Luncheon.

The session on "Economics in the Family" organised by Linda Welling includes papers by Nancy Folbre, Frances Woolley and Linda. The panellists in the Roundtable session on the Status of Women Economists in Canada will address such issues as the ways in which equity enhances teaching and research, special challenges facing women, and ways to promote equity. For their contributions to the promise of a successful CWEN/RFÉ presence at the CEA meetings, I thank in addition to all those named above, Chuck Blackorby, Mike Denny, Martin Dooley, Cristina Echevarria, Nicole Fortin, Nancy Olewiler, and Roberta Robb.

To become a member of CWEN/RFÉ, to add your name to the CWEN/RFÉ list serve, or to find out more about CWEN/RFÉ - including updates on the Status of Women Economists in Canada Project, Profiles of Canadian Women Economists, minutes of the 2000 Annual General Meeting and employment opportunities - please visit our website.

If you have any suggestions or comments for the CWEN/RFÉ Executive, or are interested in becoming active in CWEN/RFÉ, please contact me by e-mail at spotton@yorku.ca.

Brenda Spotton Visano, President,
Canadian Women Economists Network/Réseau de Femmes écon.
May 25, 2000

Update on the activities of the Special Committee on the Status of Women Economists in Canada

In the fall of 1999, CWEN and the CEA struck a joint Special Committee to examine the Status of Women Economists in Canada. Its principal activities have been the design, construction, and administration of two surveys: one of university economics, the other of university economists. To date we have received responses from 19 departments and 63 individuals. Preliminary results for 1999 - based on these responses - suggest the following.

  1. Women comprise 11% (33/304.5) of Canadian University economics full-time faculty: 27% (5/18.5) full-time limited term appointments, 28% (9/32) Assistant Professors without tenure, 10% (12/116.5) Associate Professors with tenure, and 7% (9/132.5) Full Professors.
  2. Women comprise 35% (147/419 of the total full-time graduate students: 27% (32/118) of the Ph.D. students and 38% (115/301) of the Masters students.
  3. Approximately 50% of the women responding to the Career Interruptions question have been primary care givers and have taken time away from their career to undertake the responsibility. Approximately 14% of the men have been primary care givers that involved time away from their careers.
  4. Men strongly believe that gender is not a factor in either their salary (4.6/5) or their career progress (4.4/5); women moderately believe this, (3.83/5 and 3.28/5 respectively).

The Committee anticipates submission of a full report to the respective Executives by the end of the year.

For their contributions to the exercise, the Committee thanks the following: The Chairs and Administrative Assistants of the following University Economics Departments: Augustana, Concordia, Dalhousie, École des Hautes Études Commerciales, Laurentian, Laval, McGill, McMaster, Mount Allison, Ryerson, St. Thomas, British Columbia/Strategy and Business, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Toronto, Victoria, Wilfrid Laurier, York-Arts, York-Atkinson.

For their input and assistance with the surveys, the Committee thanks: Werner Antweiler (British Columbia), Kevin Clinton (Bank of Canada), Mike Denny (Toronto), Cristina Echevarria (Saskatchewan), Morley Gunderson (Toronto, Karen Mumford (Royal Economics Society - Status of Women), Lars Osberg (Dalhousie), Roberta Robb (Brock, Penni Stewart (York), Linda Welling (Victoria).

Finally, we thank the anonymous individuals who contributed to this exercise by completing the Survey of Individuals.

CWEN/CEA Special Committee to examine the Status of Women Economists in Canada. Martin Dooley (McMaster), Nicole Fortin (British Columbia), Nancy Gallini (Toronto), Frances Woolley (Carleton), Brenda Spotton Visano (York).

May 26,2000

Faculty/Corps Professoral

New Appointments, Departures/Récentes Nominations, Départs

University of Alberta

Pushan Dutt, formerly New York University Ph.D., effective July 1, 2000

Andrew Eckert, formerly UBC Ph.D./Competition Bureau, effective July 1, 2000

Maxim Nikitin, formerly University of Pittsburgh Ph.D./University of Bonn, effective July 1, 2000

Richard D. Beason, transferred to Faculty of Business, University of Alberta, effective July 1, 1998

André R. Plourde, transferred to Faculty of Business, University of Alberta, effective July 1, 2000

University of Alberta, Dept. Marketing, Business Economics and Law, Faculty of Business

Joseph A. Doucet, formerly Université Laval, Green de recherche en économie de l'energie et des resources naturelles, Quebec, effective July 1, 2000

University of British Columbia, Department of Economics

Nicole Fortin, formerly from University of Montreal, effective July 1, 1999

Chang S. Kim, appointment effective September 1, 2000

Andrei Sarychev, appointment effective September 1, 2000

Rusell Uhler, early retirement, effective July 1, 2000

University of British Columbia, Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration, Strategy & Business Economics Division

Hiroshi Ohashi, formerly graduate student at Northwestern, effective July 1, 2000

Matt Clement, formerly graduate student at Northwestern, effective July 1, 2000

Iain Cockburn, resigned for a new position at Boston University, effective June 30, 2000

Bill Stanbury, retired, effective June 30, 2000

University of Calgary

Robert J. Oxoby, formerly Doctoral student in Economics at University of California at Davis, effective July 1, 2000

Carleton University

Jiankang Zhang, appointment effective July 1, 2000

Miles Corak, appointment effective July 1, 2000

Christopher Worswick, appointment effective January 1, 2000

Nancy Churchman, resignation effective July 1, 2000

Concordia University

Nikolay Gospodinov, formerly Ph.D. student Boston College, effective August 2000

Jorgen Hansen, formerly Ph.D. student Gottenburg, effective August 2000

Dalhousie University

John Hoddinott, formerly at International Food Policy Research Institute, effective July 1, 2000

Towhidul Islam, resigned to accept a position at UNBC, effective August 2000

Lakehead University

John M. Spraggon, formerly Ph.D. student McMaster University, effective July 1, 1999

George Kondor, retired effective June 30, 1999

McMaster University

Katherine Cuff, formerly Ph.D. student Queen's University, effective July 2000

Martin Browning, resigned, University of Copenhagen, effective June 30, 2000

Peter Kuhn, resigned, University of California at Santa Barbara, effective January 1, 2000

Université de Montréal

Rui Castro, candidat au Ph.D., University of Rochester, 1er juin 2000

Silvia Goncalves, candidat Ph.D., University of California, San Diego, 1er juin 2000

Jean-Louis Arcand, démission, 3 janvier 2000

Thomas Lemieux, démission, 1er juillet 2000

Nicole Fortin, demission, 1er juillet 2000

(Université de Montréal) École des Hautes Études Commerciales, Institut d' économie appliquée

Pierre Thomas Léger, effective June 1, 2000

University of New Brunswick

Michael Farnworth, formerly Ph.D. student McMaster, effective July 1, 2000

Guiseppe Ruggeri (Vaughan Chair in Regional Economic Policy) formerly Chief of Structural Analysis, Government of Canada (with Dept. of Finance), effective July 1, 2000

Van Lantz (Joint position with Faculty of Forestry & Environmental Management), formerly Ph.D. student Simon Fraser, effective July 1, 2000

University of Ottawa

Michael L. Shiell, formerly Skidmore College, NY, effective July 1, 2000

Philippe J. Crabbé, retired effective July 1, 2000

Queen's University

Nezih Guner, formerly at Pennsylvania State University, effective July 1, 2000

Ian Keay, formerly at McGill University, effective July 1, 2000

Huw Lloyd-Ellis, formerly at the University of Toronto, effective July 1, 2000

Sumon Majumdar, formerly Ph.D. graduate, Boston University, effective July 1, 2000

Shannon Seitz, formerly Ph.D. graduate, Boston University, effective July 1, 2000

Urvashi Dhawan, formerly at Memorial University of Newfoundland, effective July 1, 2000

Clive Chapple, resigned for new position effective June 30, 2000

Patrick Francois, resigned for new position at Tilburg University, effective June 30, 2000

Martin Prachowny, retired effective June 30, 2000

Gordon Sparks, retired effective August 31, 2000

Ryerson Polytechnic University

Paul Missios, formerly Ph.D. student York University, effective August 1, 2000

Don Wheaton, retired effective September 1, 2000

John Hughes, retired effective September 1, 2000

University of Saskatchewan, Dept. of Agricultural Economics

George Lee, retired effective July 1, 2000

Gary Storey, retired effective July 1, 2000

Simon Fraser University

David Andolfatto, formerly Univ. of Waterloo, effective July 1, 2000

University of Toronto

Vincenzo Damiano, formerly Yale University, effective July 1, 2000

Li, Hao, formerly SUNY at Buffalo, effective July 1, 2000

Alex Maynard, formerly Federal Reserve Board & Yale University, effective July 1, 2000

Huw Lloyd-Ellis, resigned effective June 30, 2000

Noel Meltz, retired effective June 30, 2000

Dale Poirier, resigned effective June 30, 2000

Sam Rea, retired effective June 30, 2000

Matt Shum resigned effective June 30, 2000

University of Waterloo

Christina Fader, formerly of Acadia, effective July 1, 2000

Joseph De Juan, formerly of WLU, effective September 1, 2000

Eva Lau as Continuing Lecturer, effective September 1, 1999

Emanuel Carvalho, Associate Dean of Arts, Special Programs, effective September 1, 2000

James Melvin, retired effective October 31, 2000

Wilfrid Laurier University

Susan Johnson, appointment effective July 1, 2000

Robert Waschik, resigned to accept a position at La Trobe University, Bundoora, Australia, effective July 1, 2000

Visiting Appointments/Professeur(e)s Invité(e)s

University of British Columbia, Department of Economics

Jeff Carmichael, January 1, 2001

Linda Gagne, September 1, 2000

Van Lantz, September 1, 2000

Ivan Pastine, Bilkent University, Turkey, January 1, 2001

Tuvana Pastine, Bilkent University, Turkey, January 1, 2001

Alvaro Pereira, September 1, 2000

Catherine Walsh, September 1, 2000

Donald Wright, University of Sydney, January 1, 2001

University of British Columbia, Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration, Strategy & Business Economics Division

Paul Anglin, University of Windsor, September 1, 2000 Dalhousie University

James MacGee, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, May 2000

JoAnn Kingston-Riechers, August 2000

McGill University

Christopher Minns, (Post Doc) September 1, 2000

McMaster University

Louis Grogan, Doctoral Student Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam,

Canadian International Labour Network Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow, effective July 2000 through June 2002

Martin Schellhorn, Doctoral Student, University of Bern, Visiting Scholar, effective September 2000 through June 2001

Université de Montréal

Christian Gourieroux, Crest, France, effective 1 janvier 2001

University of Ottawa

Linda Manning, University of Missouri-Rolla, July - Dec./00

Queen's University

Ugurhan Berkok, RMC (Kingston), Sept. 2000 - April 2001

Bagala Biswal, Memorial University of Newfoundland, July 2000 - June 2001

Lawrence McDonough, RMC (Kingston), Jan. 2001 - April 2001

Alok Ray, Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, July 2000 - June 2001

University of Toronto

Clara Ponsati, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, January 2001

University of Waterloo

David Birkett, Lecturer, May 2000

James Bugden, Lecturer, May 2000

Robert Cook, Lecturer, May 2000

Geoff Malleck, Lecturer, May 2000

Mary An Vaughan, Lecturer, May 2000

Ayoub Yousefi, Lecturer, May 2000

Awards & Other News/Distinctions & Autre Nouvelles

University of Alberta

Paul M. Boothe appointed as Deputy Minister of Finance, Government of Saskatchewan, July 1, 1999

A.D. O'Brien appointed as Fellow, Institute for Public Economics (formerly Deputy Provincial Treasurer, Province of Alberta)

Creation of the A.D. O'Brien Graduate Scholarship in Public Finance Department of Economics, University of Alberta

R. Todd Smith, appointed as an economist with the Research Department, International Monetary Fund, July 2, 2000-2002

Douglas S. Wet appointed as TD Chair in Industrial Economics, Competition Bureau, Industry Canada, Sept. 1, 1999-2000

L. S. Wilson takes over as Director of the Institute for Public Economics, July 1, 2000 (B.G. Dahlby steps down)

University of British Columbia

Paul Beaudry was awarded the Killam Faculty Research Prize, and the Killam Faculty Research Fellowship

Robert Evans won the Career Achievement Award given by the Confederation of University Faculty Associations of British Columbia

John Helliwell awarded the Doug Purvis Memorial Prize, May 1999, * Awarded Christensen Visiting Fellowship, St. Catherine's college, Oxford (Jan.-June 2001) * Honorary Doctor of Laws, McMaster University, May 2000, * Brenda and David McLean Chair of Canadian Studies, UBC, 2999-2000

University of British Columbia, Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration, Strategy & Business Economics Division

Keith Head won the Killam Teaching Prize

University of Calgary

Cameron R. Donaldson received a five-year Canadian Medical Research Council Senior Scientist Award

B. Curtis Eaton received the Faculty of social Sciences Distinguished Research Award for 1999

Ronald D. Kneebone and Kenneth J. McKenzie awarded the 2000 Doug Purvis Memorial Prize for their book "Past (In)Discretions: Canadian Federal and Provincial Fiscal Policy", Monograph Series on Public Policy and Public Administration, University of Toronto Centre for Public Management, 1999. The Purvis Prize is awarded for a work of excellence related to Canadian economic policy published in 1999

Carlton University

Simon Power, Teaching Achievement Award

Zhigi Chen, Research Achievement Award

Dalhousie University

Shelley Phipps, Maxwell Chair in Economics, Dalhousie, July 1/00

University of Manitoba

Attah Boame (Ph.D. student) J.G. Fletcher Award for Graduate Student Research and 2000/2001 Canadian Transportation Research Forum Scholarship

Derek Hum, "Best Article of 1998 in Canadian Journal of Higher Education" and Wayne Simpson Centre on Aging Research Fellowship, 1999-2000

Derek Hum and Wayne Simpson, Vanderkamp prize for best article in Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques for 1999

Irwin Lipnowski, "UTS Teaching Excellence Award" 1999

Paul Phillips appointed Professor of American Studies, Faculty of Social Science, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)

Ardeshir Sepehri, Gold Medal for the Best Paper Presented at the Health Economics Congress, Tehran, Iran

Université de Montréal

Jean-Marie Dufour, Prix de la Société canadienne de science economique (SCSE)

(Université de Montréal) École des Hautes etudes Commerciales

Risk Management Chair: Georges Dionne, Marcel-Vincent award (ACFAS - social sciences)

University of Ottawa

The article entitled "Economic Growth and Regional Income Disparities in Canada and the Northern United States" written by Serge Coulombe and Kathleen Day has been given honourable mention as runner-up for the John Vanderkamp Prize for best article published in CPP/AP in 1999.

Queen's University

Thomas Courchene awarded a Canada Council for the Arts Molson Prize, February 2000

Gregor Smith will be the first "Douglas D. Purvis Professor of Economics"

Ruqu Wang awarded the Sir John A. MacDonald Chair, 2000

Frank Milne awarded the Bank of Montreal Chair, 2000

Shouyong Shi awarded the John Rae Prize, 2000

University of Saskatchewan, Dept. of Agricultural Economics

Hartley Furtan, A.W. Johnson Chair in Public Finance, Dept. of Finance, Government of Saskatchewan, Jan. - Dec. 2000

Simon Fraser University

Douglas Allen has been awarded the Dean of Arts Medal for this year's competition. He was one of three faculty members in the Faculty of Arts to receive this award

University of Toronto

Dan Trefler: "Rae Prize for Research Excellence"

University of Waterloo

Emanuel Carvalho, Distinguished Teacher Award, Faculty of Arts - Year 2000
Short-Term Visitors/Futurs Visiteurs

University of British Columbia

Xuebing Zhang, Nanjing University, China, Sept. 1/00 - Aug. 31/01

Carleton University

Michael Burns, University of South Australia, Feb. 2-16, 2000

Ted McDonald, July 10 - December 30, 2000

Concordia University

Brendan Walsh, University College, Dublin, July-August 2000

Dalhousie University

Ashok Kotwal, University of British Columbia, July/00 - June/01

Steffen Ziss, University of Sydney, July 2000 - January 2001

University of Ottawa

Salima Hamouche, Université du Maine, Le Mans, France, July 1-31, 2000

Queen's University

Scott Gordon, Indiana University, May-Sept., 2000

Rick Harris, Simon Fraser University, Aug.-Oct., 2000

Nancy Olewiler, Simon Fraser University, Aug.-Oct., 2000

University of Saskatchewan, Dept. of Agricultural Economics

Robin Romain, Laval University, July 2000 - June 2001

Simon Fraser University

Hajime Kawamura, Kushiro Public University of Economics, Sept. 2000-2001

University of Toronto

Wendy Morrison, University of Nottingham, Sept. - Dec. 2000

Martin Richardson, University of Otago, New Zealand, Aug. 2000 - July 2001

Gary Sawchuk, Industry Canada, Sept. - Dec. 2000

Gregor Smith, Queen's University, Sept. 2000 - July 2001

Carlos Urrutia, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, October 2000
Miscellaneous Information/Divers

September 8-10, 2000
Third Major Conference Hosted by the Canadian International Labour Network (CILN) to be held in Burlington, Ontario. Contact: Email: clin@mcmaster.ca, Website: http://labour.ciln.mcmaster.ca
September 24-25, 2000
The third major conference hosted by the Canadian International Labour Network (CILN) on Labour Market Institutions and Outcomes. To be held at the Travel Lodge Hotel in Burlington, Ontario. Contact: CILN web site, http://labour.ciln.mcmaster.ca under CILN Conference and Workshops for latest program details, or email: ciln@mcmaster.ca
September 29 - October 1, 2000
29th Atlantic Canada Economics Association Annual Conference. To be held at Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, NF - A1C 5S7. Sponsored by Atlantic Canada Economics Association and Memorial University of Newfoundland. Contact: Wade Locke (709) 737-8104. email: wlocke@morgan.ucs.mun.ca; Scott Lynch (709) 737-8294. email: lynch@morgan.ucs.mun.ca; Anastasia Lintner (709) 737-8295. email: alintner@morgan.ucs.mun.ca; Bagala P. Biswal (709) 737-8107. email: bbiswal@morgan.ucs.mun.ca.
September 29 - October 1, 2000
Flexible parametric and nonparametric methods in econometrics: Theory and applications. To be held at the University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario. Sponsored by: Canadian Econometric Study Group (CESG). Contact: T. Stengos, University of Guelph, Department of Economics. Email: thanasis@css.uoguelph.ca
October 6-7, 2000
Conference on Financing Local Government (organized by Paul Hobson, Harry Kitchen and Mel McMillan). To be held at the John Deutsch Institute, Policy Studies Building, Queen's University. Sponsored by the John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy. Contact: Sharon Sullivan, John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy. Email: sullivan@qed.econ.queensu.ca
October 14-15, 2000
Canadian Resource and Environmental Economics Study Group: Groupe d'Etudes Canadien sur les Ressources et l'Environnement. To be held at the University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario. Contact: J. Livernois (live@css.uoguelph.ca) or R. McKitrick (rmckit@css.uoguelph.ca); Web Site.
October 20-21, 2000
The Neo-Conservative Shift in Economic Policy and its Implications for Canadad. Main speakers, Jim Standord, Economist, CAW Canada; Bill Watson, McGill University & Institute of Research on Public Policy; Anthony Waterman, Dept. of Economics, University of Manitoba. To be held at the University of Manitoba Research Station at Delta Marsh, Portage La Prairie, Manitoba. Sponsored by the University of Manitoba, Department of Economics. Contact: Costas Nicolaou, e-mail: costas.nicolaou@umanitoba.ca
October 20-22, 2000
Globalization: The Lessons from History To be held in Stratford, Ontario. Sponsored by the Canadian Network for Economic History. Contact: Angela Redish, Department of Economics, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1 Tel: (604) 822-2748. Fax: (604) 822-5915 Email: anji@unixg.ubc.ca
November 13-17, 2000
5th International Metropolis Conference. To be held in Vancouver, BC. Sponsored by RIIM. Contact: Linda Sheldon, Project Manager, RIIM, Simon Fraser University at (604) 291-4575.
June 2001
CEA Meetings to be held at McGill University, Montreal, Quebec. Sponsored by the CEA. Contact: Christopher Ragan, Economics Department, McGill University, 855 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal H3A 2T7. Tel: (514) 398-8958. Email: INCR@musicb.mcgill.ca


University of Alberta

Bradford G. Reid, appointed as Chair, Department of Economics, University of Alberta, July 1, 2000

University of British Columbia

Ashok Kotwal will be stepping down as Head of the Department on June 30, 2000. Robert Allen will be Acting Head July 1, 2000 - June 30, 2001

University of British Columbia, Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration, Strategy & Business Economics Division

John Ries will take over as Division Chair (from Tony Boardman) effective July 1, 2000

University of Calgary

Kenneth J. McKenzie, appointed Research Fellow, C.D. Howe Institute (2000-2003; Research Fellow, Australian Tax Studies Program (2000); and named to the Alberta Business Tax Review Committee (2000)

University of Manitoba

John Loxley, appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors of The North-South Institute

Recent Publications - Books
  • Forget, Evelyn L. (1999) The Social Economics of Jean-Baptiste Say: Markets and Virtue. London and New York: Routledge.
  • Loxley, John (1999) Interdépendence, Déséquilibre et Croissance: Réflections sur l'économie politique des relations Nord-Sud à l'aube du prochain siécle, Centre de recherches pour le d"eveloppement international, Ottawa.
  • Phillips, Paul (1999) Slovenia and Canada: A Comparative Approach, (with Bogomil Ferfila) Ljublijana: Fakulteta za Druzbene Vede.

Simon Fraser University

John Chant will be the interim Chair of the Department for the academic year 2000/2001.

Gregory Dow will then assume the position of Chair starting September 1, 2001.

Doctoral Theses/Théses de Doctorat

University of Alberta

Worawan Chandoevwit, (Fall 1999) The Role of Welfare Administrators in Welfare Participation in Canada

University of Alberta, Marketing, Business Economics, and Law, Faculty of Business

Ujwal Kayande, (June 1998) Theory of Generalizability and Optimization of Marketing Measurement

University of British Columbia

Steven G. Morgan, (April 13, 2000) Pharmaceutical Sector Price and Productivity Measurement: Exploring the Roles of Agency, Incentives and Information

Carleton University

Jafar Khondaker, (January 2000) Modeling Open Economy with Imperfect Capital Flows

Cemile Sancak, (April 2000) Investment Under Borrowing Constraints: Theory and Evidence from Turkey

Concordia University

Faycal Sinaceur, (January 14, 2000) Three Essays on Oligopolistic Competition: Product Differentiation and International Trade

University of Guelph

Stephan Schott, (June 2000) Optimal Management of Multiple-Cohort Fisheries With an Empirical Application to the Harvest of Northern Cod

University of Manitoba

Pumulo Muyatwa, (January 7, 2000) The Liberalization an Integration of Maize Markets in Zambia: Implications for Food Security Policies

McGill University

Sean Rogers, (February 2000) Depression & War: Three Essays on Canadian Economy 1930 - 1945

Jiazhong You, (May 2000) Robust Estimation & Testing: Finite Sample Properties and Econometric Applications

McMaster University

Fred Aswani, (May 2000) Topics in Development, Income Inequality and Health

Michael Farnworth, (May 2000) Three Essays in Health Economics

Herb Schuetze, (May 2000) A Changing Labour Market: Empirical Studies of self-Employment

John Spraggon, (May 2000) Exogenous Targeting Instruments for Eliciting Efficiency in Groups

Emile Tompa, (May 2000) Labour Market Entries and Exits

Université de Montréal

Ivan Bartolini, (20 janvier 2000) Optimum financier de premier et de second rang dans une économie de distribution à plusieurs biens

Yuntong Wang, (4 avril 2000) Axiomatic Cost Sharing

Queen's University

Shafiq Ebrahim, (May 2000) Essays in High-Frequency Empirical Finance and Risk Management

Popon Kangpenkae, (May 2000) Three Essays in Financial Economics: Partial Deposit Insurance; Strategic Nonperforming Loans; Debt Auction

University of Saskatchewan, Dept. of Agricultural Economics

Hemal D. Kularatna, (2000) Analysis of Alternative Coordination Mechanisms for the Saskatchewan Cow-Calf Sector

University of Toronto

Huiwen Lai, (November 19, 1999) Essays in International Trade & Financial Economics

Samita Sareen, (November 19, 1999) Estimation and Testing of Structural Parametric Sealed-Bid Auctions

Moin Yahya, (May 2, 2000) Capital Structure in the Law and Regulation"
Recent Working Papers/Récents Cahiers de Recherche

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University of Alberta, Department of Economics

Robin Lindsey and Douglas S. West, Predatory pricing in a spatial market

Stuart Landon and C.E. Smith, The Risk Premium, Exchange Rate Expectations, and the Forward Exchange Rate: Estimates for the Yen-Dollar Rate

Alexander W. Jenkins, Integrating Loss of Estate and Dependency Claims: Economic Assessments within the Context of Alberta's Fatal Accidents and Survival of Actions Acts

Robin Lindsey and Erik Verhoef, Congestion Modelling

André de Palma and Robin Lindsey, Competition Between Congestible Facilities and Strategic Choice of Usage Pricing Technology

University of Alberta, Institute for Public Economics

Henry van Egteren and R. Todd Smith, Strict Liability versus Negligence in the Harmonization of Environmental Regulations

Chantale LaCasse, Clara Ponsati, and Vicky Barham, Chores

Bev Dahlby, Jack Mintz, and Leonard S. Wilson, The Deductibility of Provincial Business Taxes in a Federation with Vertical Fiscal Externalities

Bev Dahlby and Leonard S. Wilson, Vertical Fiscal Externalities and the Provision of Productivity-Enhancing Activities by Sub-National Governments (update)

University of British Columbia

Ken Hendricks and Preston McAfee, Measuring Industry Concentration in Intermediate Goods

Erwin Diewert, The Consumer Price Index and Index Number Purpose

Gordon C.R. Kemp, Semi-Parametric Estimation of a Logit Model

Charles Blackorby, Walter Bossert and David Donaldson, Population Principles with Number-Dependent Critical Levels

Joris Pinkse and Margaret Slade, Mergers, Brand Competition, and the Price of a Pint

Craig Riddell and Arthur Sweetman, Human Capital Formation in a Period of Rapid Change

The University of Calgary

John R. Boyce, The welfare effects of regulatory instruments in a harvest quota constrained fishery model

J.C.H. Emery and C. Levitt, Cost of living, real wages and real incomes across Canada's regions, 1900-1926

Eugene Beaulieu and J.C. Herbert Emery, Not by the hairs of our chinny-chins: Swine producer opposition to reciprocity in Laurier's defeat in the 1911 general election

Carleton University

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René Garcia and Huntley Schaller, Are the Effects of Monetary Policy Asymmetric?

Larry G. Epstein and Jiankang Zhang, Subjective Probabilities on Subjectively Unambiguous Events

Jiankang Zhang, Subjective Ambiguity, Expected Utility and Choquet Expected Utility

Richard Brecher, Zhiqi Chen and E.U. Choudhri, Unemployment and Growth in the Long Run: An Efficiency-Wage Model with Optimal Savings

Richard Brecher, Zhiqi Chen and E.U. Choudhri, Absolute and Comparative Advantage, Reconsidered: The Pattern of International Trade with Optimal Savings

Keith Acheson and Christopher Maule, The Proprietary Rights Initiatives in Canadian Film Distribution Policy

James Ted McDonald and Christopher Worswick, Earnings and Employment Probabilities of Men by Education and Birth Cohort, 1982-96: Evidence for the United States, Canada and Australia

J. Stephen Ferris and Edwin G. West, Education Vouchers, Dropouts, and the Peer Group Problem

Dalhousie University

Lars Osberg, Long Run Trends in Economic Inequality in Five Countries - A Birth Cohort View

Lars Osberg, Poverty Impacts of Trade, Macroeconomic and Social Policy - Canada and the United States in the 1990's

Talan Isscan and U.L. Gouranga Rao, Investment and the Current Account Model

Peter Burton, Protests over Destructive Uses of the Environment: Indivisible Resources

University of Guelph

Ross McKitrick, What Should Canada Do About Global Warming?

Andreas Savvides and Thanasis Stengos, Income Inequality and Economic development: Evidence from the Threshold Regression Model

McMaster University

Canadian International Labour Network

Xin Meng and Robert G. Gregory, Impact of Interrupted Education on Earnings: The Educational Cost of the Chinese Cultural Revolution

W. Bentley Macleod, A Note on the Optimality of Bonus Pay

John Mickelwright, Kitty Stewart, Is Child Welfare Converging in the European Union?

John Flemming and John Mickelwright, Income Distribution, Economic Systems and Transition

Susan Johnson, 'Legal' versus 'Economic' Factors in the Growth and Decline of Unions: A Stock-flow Analysis of Canada and the US

Mikal Skuterud, The Impact of Sunday Shopping Deregulation on Employment and Hours of Work in the Retail Industry: Evidence from Canada

Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis

S. Birch, and C. Donaldson, Valuing the Benefits and Costs of Health Care Programmes: Where's the 'Extra' in Extra-Welfarism?

J. Lavis, C. Mustard, J. Payne and M. Farrant, Work-Related Population Health Indicators

J. Lavis, M. Farrant and G. Stoddart, Barriers to Employment-Related Healthy Public Policy

Department of Economics

Yorgos Papageorgiou and David Pines, Externalities, Indivisibility, Nonreplicability and Agglomeration

Russell Cooper and Alok Johri, Learning by Doing and Aggregate Fluctuations

Neil Buckley, Kenneth Chan, James Chowham, Stuart Mestleman and Mohamed Shehata, Value Orientations, Income and Displacement Effects, and Voluntary Contributions

Research Programme on the Socio-Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population

Vern L. Bengtson, Cara J. Rice and Malcolm L. Johnson, Are Theories of Aging Important? Models and Explanations in Gerontology at the Turn of the Century

Malcolm L. Johnson, Generational Equity and the Reformulation of Retirement

Malcolm L. Johnson, Lesley Cullen and Demi Patsios, Long-term Care in Turmoil

Mark W. Rosenberg, The Effects of Population Ageing on the Canadian Health Care System

Frank T. Denton, Christine H. Feaver and Byron G. Spencer, Projections of the Population and Labour Force to 2046: Canada

Frank T. Denton, Christine H. Feaver and Byron G. Spencer, Projections of the Population and Labour Force to 2046: The Provinces and Territories

Kao-Lee Liaw, William H. Frey and Ji-Ping Lin, Location of Adult Children as an Attraction for Black and White Elderly Migrants in the United States

Karen M. Kobayashi, The Nature of Support from Adult Sansei (Third Generation) Children to Older Nisei (Second Generation) Parents in Japanese Canadian Families

Thomas F. Crossley, Paul Grootendorst, Sule Korkmaz and Michael R. Veall, The Effects of Drug Subsidies on Out-of-Pocket Prescription Drug Expenditures by Senior: Regional Evidence from Canada

Université de Montréal, Département de sciences économiques

René Garcia et Éric Renault, Latent Variable Models for Stochastic Discount Factors

Bruno Powo Fosso, Les determinants des faillites bancaires dans les pays en developpement: Le cas des pays de l'Union economique et monétaire ouestafricaine (UEMOA)

Hyungsik Roger Moon et Benoit Perron, The Seemingly Unrelated Dynamic Cointegration Regression Model and Testing for Purchasing Power Parity

Emanuela Cardia et Serena Ng, How Important are Intergenerational Transfers of Time? A Macroeconomic Analysis

Steve Ambler, Emanuela Cardia et Christian Zimmermann, International Business Cycles: What are the Facts?

Steve Ambler, Emanuela Cardia et Christian Zimmermann, International Transmission of the Business Cycle in a Multi-Sector Model

Can Erutku et Yves Richelle, Optimal Licensing Contracts and the Value of a Patent

Stefan Ambec et Yves Sprumont, Sharing a River

Waslter Bossert et Yves Sprumont, Core Rationalizability in Two-Agent Exchange Economies

(Université de Montréal) École des Hautes Études Commerciales, Institut d' économie appliquée

Renaud Lachance et Paul Lanoie, Refillable and Disposable Beer Containers: An Analysis of the Environmental Impacts

Ruth Dupré, Yves Gagnon et Paul Lanoie, D'une revue d'afaires à une revue d'économique: 75 ans dans la vie de L'Actualité economique

Lee J. Alston, Ruth Dupré et T. Nonnenmacher, The Prohibition of Cigarettes in the U.S. and Canada: Interest groups, the Silent Majority and the Propensity to Regulate

Risk Management/Revue Assurances

K. Dachraoui, G. Dionne, L. Eeckhoudt et P. Godfroid, Proper Risk Behavior

G. Dionne, D. Desjardins et J. Pinquet, L'évaluation des rissques d'accidents des transporteurs routiers: des resultants preliminaries

K. Dachraoui et G. Dionne, Capital Structures and Compensation Policies

G. Dionne et C. Fluet, Full Pooling in Multi-Period Contracting with Adverse Selection and Noncommitment

M.M. Boyer, Media Attention, Insurance Regulation and Liability Insurance Pricing

G. Dionne et R. Gagné, Replacement Cost Endorsement and Opportunistic Fraud in Automobile Insurance

Jo-Anne Cliché, Les determinants de la gestion des rissques paar les enterprises non financiers : une revue de la literature

Denise Desjardins, Georges Dionne et Jean Pinquet, Experience Rating Schemes for Fleets of Vehicles

Georges Dionne, The Empirical Measure of Information Problems with Emphasis on Insurance Fraud

Georges Dionne, Neil Doherty et Nathalie Fombaron, Adverse Selection in Insurance Markets

University of New Brunswick

M.C. Brown and L. Jardine-Tweedie, Halfway Technologies, Quality of Life and Affordable Public Health Policy: Biotechnology Drug Developments for Multiple Sclerosis

V. Dickson, Asymmetric Firm Entry and Social Inefficiency

University of Ottawa

R.G. Bodkin, La travailleuse: perspective du Deuxième sexe et questions d'actualité economique pour les femmes

S. Coulombe, The Canada-US Productivity Growth Paradox: An Economic or a Statistical Puzzle?

S. Coulombe, New Evidence of Convergence Across Canadian Provinces: The Role of Urbanization

A. Apinunmahakus and V. Barham, Should Charities Maximise Social Welfare?

P. Perron and G. Rodriguez, Residual Based Tests for Cointegration with GLS Detrended Data

P. Perron and G. Rodriguez, Searching for Additive Outliers in Nonstationary Time Series

Queen's University

Available electronically on the QED web site

Yukihiro Nishimura, Optimal Nonlinear Income Taxation for Reduction of Envy

Yukihiro Nichimura, Optimal Commodity Taxation for reduction of Envy

Ryerson Polytechnic University

Ali Bolbot and Bernardino Tunno, Corruption and Economic `Performance: A Critical Microeconomic Note

Stephan M. Law and James Nolan, The CRTC and the End of Exclusive Licensing for CATV

Simon Fraser University

Mark Kamstra, Dividends, Earnings and Fundamental Valuation

Robert A. Jones, Estimating Correlated Diffusions

Mark Kamstra, Winter Blues: Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), the January Effect and the Stock Market

Steeve Mongrain, Experience Rating: Insurance Versus Efficiency

Gregory K. Dow, Allocating Control Over Firms: Stock Markets Versus Membership Markets

Horst Raff and Nicolas Schmitt, Endogenous Vertical Restraints in International Trade

Robin Boadway, Nicolas Marceau and Steeve Mongrain, Tax Evasion and Trust

Dominique Gross and Nicolas Schmitt, Do Birds of a Feather Flock Together? Immigration Flows and Cultural Clustering in Host Countries

Nicolas Marceau and Gordon Myers, From Foraging to Agriculture

Parzival Copes, Sharing the Fishery Resources of the North Pacific for Mutual Advantage: Toward an International Management Regime

Parzival Copes, The Need for Balance in Canada's Fisheries Policy

Parzival Copes, Regarding Fishery Aspects of the Nisga's Final Agreement

Anke S. Kessler, Christopher Lulfesmann and Gordon Myers, Redistribution, Fiscal Competition and the Politics of Economics Integration

University of Toronto

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Michael Baker and Nicole M. Fortin, Occupational Gender Composition and Wages in Canada: 1987-1988

Dwayne Benjamin, Loren Brandt, Paul Glewwe and Li Guo, Markets, Human Capital, and Inequality: Evidence from Rural China

Dwayne Benjamin and Loren Brandt, Property Rights Labor Markets and Efficiency in a Transition Economy: The Case of Rural China

Donald N. Dewees, Emissions Trading: ERCs or Allowances

Miquel Faig, Money with Idiosyncratic Uninsurable Returns to Capital

Miquel Faig and Sonia Laszlo, Liquidity Effects with Long Lived Production Projects

Alexander Kovalenkov and Myrna H. Wooders, Approximate Cores of Games and Economies with Clubs

Alexander Kovalenkov and Myrna H. Wooders, Epsilon Cores of Games and Economies with Limited Side Payments

Alexander Kovalenkov and Myrna H. Wooders, An Explicit Bound on Epsilon for Nonemptiness of Epsilon-cores of Games

Alexander Kovalenkov and Myrna H. Wooders, A Law of Scarcity for Games

John H. Munro, The Changing Fortunes of Fairs in Medieval and Early Modern Europe: Warfare, Transaction Costs, and the 'New Institution Economics'

Frank H. Page Jr. and Myrna H. Wooders, Elections and Strategic Positioning Games

Michael Peters and Aloysius Siow, Competing Pre-marital Investments

Michael Peters, Negotiation and Take it or Leave it in Common Agency

Joanne Roberts, Plea Bargaining with Budgetary Constraints and Deterrence

University of Waterloo

David Andolfatto, A Theory of Inalienable Property Rights

David Andolfatto, Scott Hendry, Kevin Moran and Guang-Jia Zhang, Persistent Liquidity Effects Following a Change in Monetary Policy Regime

Ayoub Yousefi, Merchandise Trade Balances of Less Developed Countries and Exchange Rate of the U.S. Dollar: Cases of Iran, Venezuela and Saudi Arabia

Wilfrid Laurier University

Joseph P. DeJuan and John J. Seater, Testing the Permanent Income Hypothesis with Classification Methods

Jerzy D. Konieczny and Andrzej Skrzypacz, Inflation and Price Setting in a Natural Experiment

David Johnson, The Effect of Inflation Targets on the Level of Expected Inflation in Five Countries

David Johnson, The Effect of Inflation Targeting on the Behaviour of Expected Inflation: Evidence From An 11 Country Panel

Forthcoming Papers/Articles à Paraître

Canadian Journal of Economics / Revue Canadienne d'Economique

See the list of forthcoming papers on the CJE web site. CEA members can also browse through the CJE archive. The archive contains all papers published in the CJE starting with issue 31:3 in PDF format.

Canadian Public Policy / Analyse de Politiques