Paul Beaudry
Paul Beaudry
Professor of Economics University of British Columbia
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TitleCited byYear
Stock prices, news, and economic fluctuations
P Beaudry, F Portier
American Economic Review 96 (4), 1293-1307, 2006
8462006
The effect of implicit contracts on the movement of wages over the business cycle: Evidence from micro data
P Beaudry, J DiNardo
Journal of political Economy 99 (4), 665-688, 1991
6551991
Do recessions permanently change output?
P Beaudry, G Koop
Journal of Monetary economics 31 (2), 149-163, 1993
5571993
An exploration into Pigou's theory of cycles
P Beaudry, F Portier
Journal of monetary Economics 51 (6), 1183-1216, 2004
4552004
The great reversal in the demand for skill and cognitive tasks
P Beaudry, DA Green, BM Sand
Journal of Labor Economics 34 (S1), S199-S247, 2016
3762016
When can changes in expectations cause business cycle fluctuations in neo-classical settings?
P Beaudry, F Portier
Journal of Economic Theory 135 (1), 458-477, 2007
2912007
Cohort patterns in Canadian earnings: assessing the role of skill premia in inequality trends
P Beaudry, DA Green
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 33 (4), 907-936, 2000
2472000
The intertemporal elasticity of substitution: An exploration using a US panel of state data
P Beaudry, E Van Wincoop
Economica, 495-512, 1996
2011996
News-driven business cycles: Insights and challenges
P Beaudry, F Portier
Journal of Economic Literature 52 (4), 993-1074, 2014
1682014
Changes in US wages, 1976–2000: ongoing skill bias or major technological change?
P Beaudry, DA Green
Journal of Labor Economics 23 (3), 609-648, 2005
1652005
Wages and employment in the United States and Germany: What explains the differences?
P Beaudry, DA Green
American Economic Review 93 (3), 573-602, 2003
1642003
Letting different views about business cycles compete
P Beaudry, B Lucke
NBER Macroeconomics Annual 24 (1), 413-456, 2010
1402010
Monetary instability, the predictability of prices, and the allocation of investment: An empirical investigation using UK panel data
P Beaudry, M Caglayan, F Schiantarelli
American Economic Review 91 (3), 648-662, 2001
1392001
Should the personal computer be considered a technological revolution? Evidence from US metropolitan areas
P Beaudry, M Doms, E Lewis
Journal of Political Economy 118 (5), 988-1036, 2010
1372010
Does industrial composition matter for wages? A test of search and bargaining theory
P Beaudry, DA Green, B Sand
Econometrica 80 (3), 1063-1104, 2012
1152012
Taxes and employment subsidies in optimal redistribution programs
P Beaudry, C Blackorby, D Szalay
American Economic Review 99 (1), 216-42, 2009
1092009
Endogenous skill bias in technology adoption: City-level evidence from the IT revolution
P Beaudry, M Doms, E Lewis
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2006
912006
What is driving US and Canadian wages: exogenous technical change or endogenous choice of technique?
P Beaudry, D Green
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1998
881998
Why an informed principal may leave rents to an agent
P Beaudry
International Economic Review, 821-832, 1994
881994
The cost of business cycles and the stabilization value of unemployment insurance
P Beaudry, C Pages
European Economic Review 45 (8), 1545-1572, 2001
852001
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