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See detailDoes the Canadian economy suffer from Dutch disease?
Beine, Michel UL; Bos, Charles S.; Coulombe, Serge

in Resource and Energy Economics (2012), 34(4), 468-492

We argue that the failure to disentangle the evolution of the Canadian currency from the U.S. currency leads to potentially incorrect conclusions regarding the case of Dutch disease in Canada. We propose ... [more ▼]

We argue that the failure to disentangle the evolution of the Canadian currency from the U.S. currency leads to potentially incorrect conclusions regarding the case of Dutch disease in Canada. We propose a new approach that is aimed at extracting both currency components and energy- and commodity-price components from observed exchange rates and prices. We first analyze the separate influence of commodity prices on the Canadian and the U.S. currency components. We then estimate the separate impact of the two currency components on the shares of manufacturing employment in Canada. We show that between 33 and 39 per cent of the manufacturing employment loss that was due to exchange rate developments between 2002 and 2007 is related to the Dutch disease phenomenon. The remaining proportion of the employment loss can be ascribed to the weakness of the U.S. [less ▲]

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See detailVertical differentiation in a Cournot industry: The Porter hypothesis and beyond
Tampieri, Alessandro UL; Lambertini, Luca

in Resource and Energy Economics (2012)

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See detailVertical differentiation in a Cournot industry: the Porter hypothesis and beyond
Lambertini, Luca; Tampieri, Alessandro UL

in Resource and Energy Economics (2012), 34

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See detailA comparative study of energy saving technical progress in a vintage capital model
Perez-Barahona, Agustin; Zou, Benteng UL

in Resource and Energy Economics (2006)

We analyze the hypothesis about the effectiveness of energy saving technologies to reduce the trade-off between economic growth and energy preservation. In a general equilibrium vintage capital model with ... [more ▼]

We analyze the hypothesis about the effectiveness of energy saving technologies to reduce the trade-off between economic growth and energy preservation. In a general equilibrium vintage capital model with embodied energy saving technical progress, we show that positive growth is only possible if the growth rate of the energy saving technical progress exceeds the decreasing rate of the energy supply. [less ▲]

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