Academic Publications


(Forthcoming) Vincent Geloso and Steve Horwitz. “Inequality: How Much is There and Is It All Bad?Independent Review, Volume, Number and Pages undetermined

(Forthcoming) Pierre Desrochers and Vincent Geloso. “Snatching the Wrong Conclusions from the Jaws of Defeat: A Resourceship Perspective on Paul Sabin’s The Bet: Paul Ehrlich, Julian Simon, and Our Gamble over Earth’s Future”, New Perspectives in Political Economy, Volume and number undetermined.


Vincent Geloso and Alexis Lacombe. “Why was flour of poor quality? The impact of Seigneurial laws and price controls on flour in Quebec“, Agricultural History Review, Vol.64, no.2, pp.181-195.

Vincent Geloso, Vadim Kufenko and Klaus Prettner. 2016. “Demographic Factors in Regional Convergence in Canada“, Economics Bulletin, Vol.36, No.4, pp.1904-1910.

Vincent Geloso. 2016. “The turnover-reducing effects of minimum wage hikes may harm the economy”  Economic Affairs, Vol.36, No. 3, pp.318-325.

Vincent Geloso. 2016. “Lynne Pierson Doti and the Economic History of Unregulated Money and Banking”, Journal of Business and Management, Vol.22, no.2, pp.51-58.

Vincent Geloso. 2016. “Inequality, Capital and Many Other Things in the 21st Century (and Before)” Essays in Economic and Business History, Vol.34, pp.1-21.


Geloso, Vincent and Vadim Kufenko. 2015. “Malthusian pressures: Empirical evidence from a frontier economy”, Journal of Population Research, Vol.32, no.3, pp.263-283.

Vincent Geloso. 2015. “Deirdre McCloskey, Social Networks and Kiznerian Growth” Economic Affairs, Vol. 35, no.3, pp.453-463.

Vincent Geloso. 2015. “Toleration of Catholics in Quebec and British Public Finances, 1760 to 1775” Essays in Economic and Business History, Vol.33, pp. 51-81.


Vincent Geloso. 2014. “Ticket Scalping as a Means of Managing Risk“, Economic Affairs, Vol.34, No.3, pp. 335-339


Vincent Geloso. 2012. “Inter‐City Bus Services In Canada–Time For Deregulation“, Economic Affairs, Vol.32, No.1, pp. 38-42.


Forthcoming. Review of Robert C.H. Sweeny, Why Did We Choose to Industrialize? Montreal, 1819-1849Canadian Historical Review

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