Economics

Department of Economics Publications

Members of the Department of Economics report many journal articles during the academic years, as well as books and multiple book chapters.

Publications 2017-2019

Dana Andersen, “Do credit constraints favor dirty production? Theory and Plant-level Evidence”, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 84(C):189-208, 2017.

Dana Andersen and Pinar Gunes, “The Role of Adolescent Health in Adult SES Outcomes”, The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 18(2):16, 2018.

Dana Andersen, “Accounting for Loss of Variety and Factor Reallocations in the Welfare Cost of Regulations”, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 88(C):69-94, 2018.

Dana Andersen and Ramon Lopez, “Do Tax Cuts Encourage Rent Seeking by Top Corporate Executives? Theory and Evidence”, Contemporary Economic Policy, 37(2):29-235, 2019.

David Brown and David Sappington, “Optimal Policies to Promote Efficient Distributed Generation of Electricity”, Journal of Regulatory Economics, 52(2):159-188, 2017.

David Brown and David Sappington, “Designing Compensation for Distributed Solar Generation: Is Net Metering Ever Optimal?”, The Energy Journal, 38(3):1-32, 2017.

David Brown, “The Effect of Subsidized Entry on Capacity Auctions and the Long-run Adequacy of Electricity Markets”, Energy Economics, 70(C):205-232, 2018.

David Brown and Andrew Eckert, “The Effect of Default Rates on Retail Competition and Pricing Decisions of Competitive Retailers: The Case of Alberta”, Energy Policy, 118(C):298-311, 2018.

David P. Brown and David E.M. Sappington, “Optimal Procurement of Distributed Energy Resources”, The Energy Journal, 39(5):131-155, 2018.

David Brown and David Sappington, “On the Role of Maximum Demand Charges in the Presence of Distributed Generation Resources”, Energy Economics, 69(C):237-249, 2018.

David Brown, Andrew Eckert and James Lin, “Information and Transparency in Wholesale Electricity Markets: Evidence from Alberta”, Journal of Regulatory Economics, 54(3):292-330, 2018.

David Brown, Andrew Eckert and Heather Eckert, “Carbon Pricing with an Output Subsidy under Imperfect Competition:  The Case of Alberta’s Restructured Electricity Market”, Resource and Energy Economics, 52(C):102-123, 2018.

David Brown, “Capacity Payment Mechanisms and Investment Incentives in Restructured Electricity Markets”, Energy Economics, 74(C):131-142, 2018.

David Brown, “Capacity Market Design: Motivation and Challenges in Alberta’s Electricity Market”, SPP Briefing Papers, 2018, Vol 11 (12), 1-18.

David Brown and Andrew Eckert, “Analyzing the Impact of Electricity Market Structure Changes and Mergers: The Importance of Forward Commitments”, Review of Industrial Organization, 52(1):101-137, 2018.

Claudia Landeo, “Financially-constrained Lawyers:  An economic Theory of Legal Disputes”, Games and Economic Behavior, 109(C):625-647, 2018.

Adrien Hervouet and Corinne Langinier, “Plant Breeders’ Rights, Patents, and Incentives to Innovate”, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 43(1):118-150, 2018.

Corinne Langinier and Philippe Marcoul, “Subjective Performance of Patent Examiners, Implicit Contracts, and Self-funded Patent Offices”, Managerial and Decision Economics, 40(3):251-266, 2019.

Christian Belzil, Jorgen Hansen and Xingfei Liu, "Dynamic Skill Accumulation, Education Policies and the Return to Schooling," Quantitative Economics, 8(3):895-927, 2017.

Joseph Marchand and Jeremy Weber, “Local Labor Markets and Natural Resources: A Synthesis of the Literature”, Journal of Economic Surveys, 32(2):469-490, 2018.

Mohsen Javdani and Andrew McGee, “Labor Market Mobility and the Early-Career Outcomes of Immigrant Men”, IZA Journal of Migration and Development, 8(1):1-28, 2018.

Mohsen Javdani and Andrew McGee, “Moving Up or Falling Behind? Gender, Promotions, and Wages in Canada”, Industrial Relations:  A Journal of Economy and Society, 58(2):189-228, 2019.

Jeffrey Penney, “Dynamic Treatment Effects of Teacher’s Aides in an Experiment with Multiple Randomizations”, Economic Inquiry, 56(2):1244-1260, 2018.

Ashantha Ranasinghe and Diego Restuccia, “Financial Frictions and the Rule of Law”, Journal of Development Economics, 134(C):248-271, 2018.

Malik Shukayev and Alexander Ueberfeldt, “Monetary Policy Tradeoffs between Financial Stability and Price Stability”, Canadian Journal of Economics, 51(3):901-945, 2018.

Simona Cociuba, Malik Shukayev and Alexander Ueberfeldt, “Managing Risk Taking with Interest Rate Policy and Macroprudential Regulations”, Economic Inquiry, 57(2):1056-1081, 2019.