Working Paper Series 2003
The Atlantic Canada Economics Association periodically publishes working papers that highlight the findings of research conducted by its members. Content of the papers is the sole responsibility of the author. Click the paper title below to view the full version.
Working Papers Presented at the 2003 ACEA Conference
- P.G.C. Townley, “The 2003 Graham Lecture: Issues in Media Policy Enforcement”
- M. Xu and W. Yu, “Physician Payment Options: A Policy Discussion for New Brunswick”
- F.K. Siddiq, “Is the Term Structure of Interest Rates Related to Debt Magnitude? Some Evidence from Recent Canadian Experience”
- L. Levine, “The Provision of Public Goods and the Matter of the Revelation of ‘True’ Preferences: Two Views”.
- B. MacLean and C. Vincent, “Are Estimates of a Public Sector Wage Premium Reliable?”
- J. Ruggeri and Z. He, “Gender Dimensions of Human Capital Growth in Canada”
- J. Palmer, “The Coming demographic Challenges for Atlantic Canada: Implications for Industrial Change and Productivity”[charts]
- T. Myatt and R. Hill, “The Emphasis on Competitive Markets in Introductory Microeconomics Courses”
- R. Neill, “Canal Era Industrialization: Canada, 1791-1840"
- R. Audas, M. Farnworth, W. Li, and D. Murrell, “Is the Expected Value of Life Equal Across Provinces? – Results Using Hedonic Wage Information”
- A. Abdou, and R.Hill, "Trade in the Canadian Introductory Economics Textbooks"
- M. A.Choudhury, and I.Bhatti, Quantitative Estimation of a Dynamic Model for Studying Sectoral Linkages According to the Sable Island Gas Project Off the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada
- V. Lantz and D. Murrell, “Implementing the Kyoto Protocol in Canada: an Analysis of Provincial Economic Costs"