Working Paper Series 2004
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 2004 ACEA Conference
- Mengxuan Xu and Weiqiu Yu, Physician supply and demand in New Brunswick.
- Robin Neill, Sovereignty and land tenure: the institutional foundations of economic development in Atlantica.
- Rob Moir, Lotteries as a funding tool for financing public goods.
- J.D. Han and Peter Ibbott, Korean migration to North America: some prices that matter.
- Tony Myatt and Joe Ruggeri, On the efficiency effect of an accelerated decline in the debt to GDP ratio.
- Kevin Milligan and Michael Smart, Regional grants as pork barrel politics.
- Harry Sackey, Education, demography, and development in Africa: emerging trend and policy implications.
- Dominika Wranik-Lohrenz, Determinants of health system efficiency in OCED countries.
- Adam Arsenault, Farming for profits in the Prince Edward Island market for processing potatoes: a Lerner Index of market power for the buyer in agricultural markets.
- John Janmaat and Arjun Ruijs, Investing in arms to secure water.
- Mohammad F. Safa and Fazley K. Siddiq, Is the Ricardian equivalence relevant in determining economic trends? An empirical assessment of the Canadian experience.
- Nathanial Hishamunda and Neil B. Ridler, Farming fish for profits: a step towards food security in Sub-Saharan Africa.
- John Palmer, Equalization at a crossroads.