Economics & Econometrics Research 2018

Whitby, Breann and Compton, J.,  “The Labor Supply of Military Wives in the United States.” Review of Economics of the Household. 16(2): 513-539, 2018. 

Compton, R. (2018). “More on the Black/White Income Gap and Economic Freedom” (with G. Hoover and D. Giedeman) Public Finance Review; “A Note on Economic Freedom and Political Ideology” (with J. Gu, D. Giedeman and G. Hoover).  Applied Economics Letters, 24(13), 2017, 928-931

Sephton, P., and Mann, J. (2018). Gold and crude oil prices after the great moderation. Energy Economics, 71, 273-281. doi.org/10.1016/j.eneco.2018.02.022

Simpson, W. (2018) “Is Canada Ready for Real Poverty Reduction through a Universal Guaranteed Basic Income? A Rejoinder to Kesselman’s “Can ‘Self-Financing’ Redeem the Basic Income Guarantee? Disincentives, Efficiency Costs, Tax Burdens, and Attitudes,” Canadian Public Policy 44(4), 438-446 (with Harvey Stevens)

Simpson, W. (2018) “Payday Lending and Micro Credit: Two Faces of the Same Problem?" Journal of International Development 30, 584–614 (with Khan Islam)

Simpson, W. (2018) “The Clients: A Statistical Profile From National Surveys” in Payday Lending in Canada in a Global Context — A Mature Industry with Chronic Challenges, Jerry Buckland, Chris Robinson and Brenda Spotton Visano (eds.), Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN 978-3-319-71212-3 ISBN 978-3-319-71213-0 (eBook) (with Khan Islam)