Assistant Professor, Department of Economics,
California State University Fullerton.
Ph.D. May 2009. Identifying Monetary Policy in Open Economies.
Department of Economics, University of Colorado.
Ph.D. December 1993.
Essays on International Growth and Cycles.
Irene Chan, Economist, Enbridge Consumers Gas.
Ph.D. November 1998. (co-supervisors:
Allan Gregory and
Three Essays on the Transmission
Mechanism of Monetary Policy.
Mark Crosby, Associate Professor,
Melbourne Business School.
Ph.D. January 1994. (co-supervisor: Michael Devereux)
Three Essays on Monetary Policy.
Chris D'Souza, Principal Economist,
Bank of Canada.
Ph.D. June 1999.
Information and Learning in Foreign Exchange Markets.
Geoffrey Dunbar, Director, Bank of Canada. Ph.D. August 2006. (co-supervisors: Allen
Head and Sumon
Majumdar) Banking on
Raphaelle Gauvin-Coulombe (in progress, co-supervisor: Allan Gregory)
Richard Guay, Professeur, Département de Finance, ESG UQÀM.
Ph.D. December 1992. Asset Pricing: The Risk-Free Rate
and Risk Premium Across Time and Countries.
Monica Jain, Senior Analyst, Bank of Canada. Ph.D. December 2012. Measuring Forecasters'
Perceptions of Inflation Persistence.
Kim Huynh, Senior Research Advisor,
Bank of Canada. Ph.D. August 2004. Dynamic
Diversification and Transactions.
Daniel Kanda, Economist, International Monetary Fund.
Ph.D. September 1998.
Optimal Fiscal Policy Propagation of Monetary Shocks.
Edward Kutsoati, Associate Professor,
Department of Economics,
Tufts University. (co-supervisor:
Dan Bernhardt )
Ph.D. December 1998. Dodos,
Contrarians, and Central Bankers: Essays on Incentives and Contracts
Jean-François Lamarche, Associate Professor,
Brock University. Ph.D. May 2002.
Allan Gregory )
Asymptotic and Bootstrap
Evaluations of the Size and Power of Test Statistics.
Marc-André Letendre, Associate Professor,
Economics, McMaster University. Ph.D. September 1999.
Essays on Numerical Solution Methods, Incomplete
Markets and International Business Cycles.
Margaux MacDonald, Economist, International Monetary Fund. Ph.D. June 2016.
(co-supervisor Allan Gregory)
International Capital Flows and Monetary Policy Spillovers.
James McNeil (in progress)
Todd Mattina, Chief Economist and Strategist, Mackenzie Investments. Ph.D. January 2002.
International Prices and Exchange Rates.
Michel Normandin, Professeur titulaire,
Institut d'économie appliquée,
École des HEC de Montréal.
Ph.D. September 1992. Precautionary Saving due to Labour
Income Uncertainty: An Explanation for Excess Smoothness and Excess
Sensitivity of Consumption.
Michal Popiel, Senior Economist, Analysis Group. Ph.D. April 2017.
(co-supervisor: Morten Nielsen)
An Empirical Investigation of the
Transmission and Effects of Monetary and Fiscal Policies.
Graham Pugh, Director, CPPIB. Ph.D. September 1991.
McCurdy and Ieuan Morgan)
An Empirical Investigation of Risk Premia in
Alternative Futures Market Positions.
Murugesu Sivasangaram, Manager of Statistics and Analysis,
Ministry of Family, Community, and Child Services, Government
Ph.D. October 1991. Deposit Insurance and Banks' Risk-Taking
Incentives with Forbearance and Uncertain Insolvency Resolution.
Todd Smith, Professor,
Department of Economics, University of Alberta.
Ph.D. February 1990. Essays on the Interpretation of
Some Macroeconomic Regularities.
Stephen Snudden (in progress, co-supervisors: Brant Abbott and Allen Head)
Michael Spencer, Chief Economist (Asia), Deutsche Bank,
Ph.D. October 1991.
Exchange Rates and Expectations in the European Monetary System.
Dieynaba Tandian, Economist, International Development Research Centre,
Senegal. Ph.D. May 1996.
Macroeconomics of the Trade Balance and Exchange Rate in the CFA Franc
Chris Telmer, Associate Professor,
Tepper School of Business,
Carnegie Mellon University.
Ph.D. October 1991.
David Backus and
Intertemporal Asset Pricing Theory
and Incomplete Markets.
James Yetman, Principal Economist,
Bank for International Settlements.
Ph.D. September 1998. (co-supervisor:
Essays in Macroeconomic