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 firstname.lastname@example.org should you require a scanned copy of a paper that is not yet linked to a downloadable PDF file.
2021–2022 ,2011-2020, 2001- 2010, 1991-2001, 1981-1990, 1971-1980
Bertrand Achou, Philippe Donder, Franca Glenzer, Minjoon Lee, Marie-Louise Leroux
Shafiullah Qureshi, Ba Chu, Fanny Demers, Michel Demers
|22-03||Jevan Cherniwchan, M. Scott Taylor||International Trade and the Environment: Three Remaining Empirical Challenges*|
|22-04||J. Stephen Ferris, Marcel-Cristian Voia||Do Rival Political Parties Enforce Government Efficiency? Canada,1867-2021*|
|22-05||Zhihao Yu||Why Are Alcohol Control Policies so Different from Tobacco? — A Political-Economy Explanation|
|22-06||Christoph Görtz, Christopher Gunn, Thomas Lubik||Split Personalities: The Changing Nature of Technology Shocks*|
|22-07||Nusrat Jahan||Macroeconomic Determinants of Corporate Credit Spread Evidence from Canada|
|22-08||Mamoon Kader, Hashmat Khan, Minjoon Lee, Raúl Razo-García||The Welfare and Distributional Consequences of Corporate Tax Cuts in Open Economies|
|22-09||Maya Papineau, Nicholas Rivers, Kareman Yassin||Estimates of Long-run Energy Savings and Realization Rates from a Large Energy Efficiency Retrofit Program|
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