Benchmarking for the future of Atlantic Canada: a development comparison (determining the international competitiveness of Atlantic Canada)
A series of statistical benchmarks were used to assess the international competitiveness of Atlantic Canada. The methodology, which utilizes two existing models of competitive analysis, revealed the international competitiveness of Atlantic Canada's economy despite some of its weaknesses. Atlantic Canada also performed better when compared with every 50 American states.
Publication Name: Economic Development Review
Capital markets integration, volatility, and persistence
Research indicates that autarchy-produced nonlinearities can be used to explain volatility's adverse welfare effects. The loss magnitude is proportional to shocks, volatility, and the level of product differentiation.
Publication Name: Journal of Macroeconomics
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