Research on Business Cycles
the new technologies turn the page on U.S. productivity growth?, with
J. Cohen Economics Letters
175 (2019), 19–23
Productivity Growth, Secular Stagnation, and Technological Change,
with J. Cohen, International
Productivity Monitor 35 (2018), 113-137.
Medium Is the Measure: Technical Change and Employment, 1909—1949,
with J. Cohen, The Review of Economics and Statistics
98 (2016), 792-810.
Working paper version
Formerly titled: The Media is the Measure: Technical change and employment,
- The Power
of Print: Uncertainty shocks, markets, and the economy with J. Cohen, International
Review of Economics and Finance 40 (2015), 8–28.
- The Effects of
Computer Technologies on the Canadian Economy: Evidence from New Direct
Measures, with J. Cohen, International Productivity Monitor 23
Matters with T. Tombe Journal of Monetary
Economics 59 (2012), 269–285
supplemental material here
All about It!! What Happens Following a Technology Shock?, American Economic Review 101 (2011), 1144-79. Download Data Set
paper version: Read All About it!!
What happens following a technology shock?, Working Papers tecipa-391,
University of Toronto, Department of Economics.
Working paper version found here. Formerly titled “Believe it or
Not!! The 1930s
was a technologically progressive decade”
Extra! Some positive technology shocks are
Economics Letters 101 (2008),
- A monetary
business cycle model with unemployment, Journal
of Economic Dynamics and Control 31 (2007), 3904-3940.
in a Monetary Business Cycle Model, Canadian Journal of Economics 39 (2006), 689-718.
and the business cycle, Journal of Monetary
Economics 51 (2004), 277-298.
Effects of Shocks in a Monetary Business Cycle Model with Unemployment,
in Price Adjustment and Monetary Policy, Conference Proceedings, Bank of
Canada, (2003), 105-148.
Other Working Papers and Work in Progress
Times, uncertain measures with J. Cohen
- Nothing to Fear but Fear
Itself: Economic Uncertainty and the Great Depression with J. Cohen
- Managerial Knowledge and Canadian Productivity with T. Tombe
- The Power of Print
- One Shock, Two Shocks, Three
Shocks, Four … [abstract]