Carleton Economics Working Papers (CEWP)

The CEWP is the departmental working paper series. All such papers produced since 1971 are listed below by year of publication, most of which are downloadable. Please contact the department at economics@carleton.ca should you require a scanned copy of a paper that is not yet linked to a downloadable PDF file.

2011–2019, 2001–2010, 1991–2000, 1981–1990, 1971–1980

2020

Issue Author(s) Title
20-17

Nusrat Jahan

20-16

Louis-Philippe Beland, Oluwatobi Fakorede, Derek Mikola

20-15

Miguel Casares, Paul Gomme, Hashmat Khan

20-14 Shafiullah Qureshi, Ba M Chu, Fanny S. Demers
20-13 Richard Carson
20-12 Stephen R. Barnes, Louis-Philippe Beland, Jason Huh, Dongwoo Kim
20-11 Joshua Brault, Hashmat Khan, Louis Phaneuf, Jean-Gardy Victor
20-10 Louis-Philippe Béland, Oluwatobi Fakorede, Derek Mikola
20-09 Louis-Philippe Béland, Abel Brodeur, Joanne Haddad, Derek Mikola
20-08 Daniel A. Brent, Louis-Philippe Béland
20-07 Louis-Philippe Béland, Abel Brodeur, Derek Mikola, Taylor Wright COVID-19, Occupation Tasks and Mental Health in Canada (revised 30 June, 2020).

Previous title: The Short-Term Economic Consequences of COVID-19: Occupation Tasks and Mental Health in Canada

20-06 J. Stephen Ferris, Bharatee Bhusana Dash On the Structure of the Political Party System in Indian States, 1957-2013
20-05 Ba M. Chu, Shafiullah Qureshi Predicting the COVID-19 Pandemic in Canada and the US – published in Economics Bulletin (July 2020)
20-04 Louis-Philippe Béland, Abel Brodeur and Taylor Wright

Previous title: The Short-Term Economic Consequences of COVID-19: Exposure to Disease, Remote Work and Government Response

20-03 Hashmat Khan, Louis Phaneuf and Jean-Gardy Victor A Tale of Two Major Postwar Business Cycle Episodes (revised 20 April 2020).
20-02 Miguel Casares and Hashmat Khan The Timing and Intensity of Social Distancing to Flatten the COVID-19 Curve: The Case of Spain (revised 29 September 2020)- Forthcoming International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.

Previous title: A Dynamic Model of COVID-19: Contagion and Implications of Isolation Enforcement.

20-01 Richard A. Brecher and Zhihao Yu Unemployment Effects of Trade with a Low-Wage Country: A Minimum-Wage Model with Sector-Specific Factors

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