Working papers

REQUIRING REVISION

Markets for Rebellions? The Rebellions of 1837–38 in Lower Canada (with Vadim Kufenko,  revise and resubmit to Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization).

Gordon Tullock Meets Phineas Gage: The Political Economy of Lobotomies in the United States (with Raymond March, revise and resubmit to Research Policy).

The Emperor has no clothes: Improving deflators for Canadian GNP, 1870-1900 (with Michael Hinton, revise and resubmit at Cliometrica).

Was (English) Canada Poorer than the United States? Living Standards circa 1830 to circa 1845 (with Gonzalo Macera, revise and resubmit at Historical Methods).

Predation, Seigneurial Tenure and Development in French Colonial America  (revise and resubmit to Social Science History – revisions submitted).

Multilingualism and the Decline of the French Language (with Alex Arsenault Morin, revise and resubmit at the Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development – revisions submitted).

UNDER CONSIDERATION 

Monopsony and Industrial Development in Nineteenth Century Quebec: The Impact of Seigneurial Tenure (submitted to Journal of Labor Economics with Vadim Kufenko and Alex Arsenault Morin – old version here).

The Cuban Revolution and Infant Mortality: A Synthetic Control Approach (submitted to Journal of Development Economics with Jamie Bologna Pavlik).

Why consider the lighthouse a public good? (submitted to Explorations in Economic History with Rosolino Candela).

How Pronounced is the U-Curve? Revisiting Income Inequality in the United States, 1917-1945 (submitted to Economic Journal with Phillip W. Magness, John Moore and Philip Schlosser).

State Capacity and Economic Development: Causal Mechanism or Correlative Filter? (submitted to Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization with Alexander W. Salter).

Coase and Bertrand on Trinity House, Lighthouses and Lightships (submitted to European Journal of Law & Economics with Rosolino Candela).

Trends in Income Inequality in the Interwar United States: Testing Reliability with State Income Tax Data (submitted to Economic Inquiry with Phil Magness).

Did Separatism Hurt Quebec’s Economy? The Causal Effects of the Election of the Parti Québécois in 1976 (submitted to American Journal of Political Science with Kevin B. Grier).

Colonial Military Garrisons as Labor Market Shocks: Quebec City and Boston, 1760-1775 (submitted to Social Science History with Jeremy Land).

A Bias Against Presidential Restraint (submitted to Social Science Quarterly with Frank Garmon and Phllip Magness)

Who are the champions? Inequality, Institutions and the Olympics (submitted to Review of Political Economy with Vadim Kufenko).

Collusion and Combines in Canada, 1880-1890 (submitted to Scandinavian Economic History Review).

Divergence, convergence, and the history-augmented Solow Model (submitted to Structural Change and Economic Dynamics Vadim Kufenko and Klaus Prettner).

DRAFTS AVAILABLE

Economic Growth in Quebec during the Colonial Era and International Comparisons (previous version here Note: New version is different from working paper version as it includes additional corrections to answer certain criticisms).

Trade or Raid: Acadian Settlers and Native Indians Before 1755 (with Rosolino Candela).

A Revolution Delayed? Dairy Output and Tenure Institutions in Lower Canada, 1831. 

The Wild Card: Colonial Paper Money in French North America, 1685 to 1719 (with Mathieu Bédard).

Trends and Levels of Income Inequality in Wisconsin, 1919-1941 : The Effect of Using Different Data Sources (with Philip W. Magness).

Infant Mortality and the Role of Seigneurial Tenure in Canada East, 1851 (with Alex Arsenault and Vadim Kufenko).

Crowding-Out at Sea: Shipping Productivity and the Burden of the British Navy, 1760 to 1860 (with Jari Eloranta and Vadim Kufenko).

Care to Wager Again? The outcome of the second bet between Paul Ehrlich and Julian Simon (with Pierre Desrochers and Joanna Szurmak).

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