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RESEARCH AXES

Development, Inequalities and Public Policies

Organizer : Markus Poschke

The Development, Inequalities and Public Policies axis investigates both long-term trends and short-term fluctuations in employment, output, and prices. It examines the effects of monetary and fiscal policy on economic performance, the effects of tax reforms and of trade policies on output, employment, and inequality.

Vincent Arel-Bundock

Montréal, Political Science

Hafedh Bouakez

HEC Montréal, Applied Economics

Rui Castro

McGill, Economics

Barry Eidlin

McGill, Sociology

João Galindo Da Fonseca

Montréal, Economics

Paul Gomme

Concordia, Economics

Heejeong Kim

Concordia, Economics

Cristopher Ksoll

Sherbrooke, Economics

Damba Lkhagvasuren

Concordia, Economics

Krzysztof Pelc

McGill, Political Science

Markus Poschke

McGill, Economics

Jean-François Rouillard

Sherbrooke, Economics

Francisco Ruge-Murcia

McGill, Economics

Simon van Norden

Simon Van Norden

HEC Montréal, Finance

Human Capabilities

Organizer : Fabian Lange

The Human Capabilities axis explores issues related to employment, skills, education, and fertility. This includes human capital formation and the impact of health-related issues such as COVID19 on education and labor markets, as well as the impact of political instability on economic activity and labor markets.

Francesco Amodio

Francesco Amodio

McGill, Economics

Ayi Ayayi

Québec à Trois Rivières, Finance & Economics

Leonardo Baccini

Leonardo Baccini

McGill, Political Science

Andriana Bellou

Andriana Bellou

Montréal, Economics

Sarah Brauner-Otto

McGill, Center on Population Dynamics

Emanuela Cardia

Emanuela Cardia

Montréal, Economics

Matthieu Chemin

McGill, Economics

João Galindo Da Fonseca

Montréal, Economics

Nicolas Gendron-Carrier

McGill, Economics

Antoine Gervais

Sherbrooke, Economics

Raphaël Godefroy

Montréal, Economics

Jorgen Hansen

Concordia, Economics

Michael Huberman

Montréal, History

Fabian Lange

McGill, Economics

Pierre Larouche

Montréal, Law & CDACI

Joshua Lewis

Montréal, Economics

Mathieu Marcoux

Montréal, Economics

William McCausland

Montréal, Economics

Fernando Saltiel

McGill, Economics

Axel Watanabe

Concordia, Economics

Huan Xie

Concordia, Economics

Health and Aging

Organizer : Tatyana Koreshkova

The Health Economics and Aging axis studies the social and economic circumstances of individuals as they age, as well as the consequences of population aging on labor markets, social services and on government revenues. Researchers in this axis also examine the impact of policies on health inequalities.

Daniel Barczyk

McGill, Economics

Jill Baumgartner

McGill, Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health

Roxane Borgès Da Silva

Montréal, Public Health

Philippe D'Astous

HEC Montréal, Finance

Raquel Fonseca

UQAM, Economics

Sam Harper

McGill, Center on Population Dynamics and Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health

Tatyana Koreshkova

Concordia, Economics

Guy Lacroix

Laval, Economics

Pierre-Carl Michaud

HEC Montréal, Applied Economics

Arijit Nandi

McGill, Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health

Erin Strumpf

McGill, Economics and Epidemiology,
Biostatistics and Occupational Health

Modeling, Machine Learning and Causality

Organizer : Marine Carrasco

The Modeling, Machine Learning and Causality axis focuses on the development of robust statistical methods, including new methods appropriate for the increasing availability of very large data sets. Several researchers work on estimating the impact of policies on society and the economy, including on the distribution of income and on inequality.

Taoufik Bouezmarni

Sherbrooke, Mathematics

Marine Carrasco

Montréal, Economics

Saraswata Chaudhuri

McGill, Economics

Russell Davidson

McGill, Economics

Prosper Dovonon

Concordia, Economics

Jean-Marie Dufour

McGill, Economics

John W Galbraith

McGill, Economics

René Garcia

Montréal, Economics

Sílvia Gonçalves

McGill, Economics

Kun Ho Kim

Concordia, Finance

Yang Lu

Concordia, Mathematics & Statistics

Benoit Perron

Benoit Perron

Montréal, Economics

Patrick Richard

Sherbrooke, Economics

Guillaume Roussellet

McGill, Management

Victoria Zinde-Walsh

McGill, Economics

Fair Resource Allocation

Organizer : Lars Ehlers

The Fair Resource Allocation axis studies market institutions such as auctions, queues, assignment rules in school systems, clearinghouses, and tradable permit systems. It emphasizes the role of institutional design inducing socially desirable market outcomes and the fair treatment of market participants.

Massimiliano Amarante

Montréal, Economics

Leonie Baumann

McGill, Economics

Margarida Carvalho

Montréal, Computer Science and Operations Research

Deniz Dizdar

Montréal, Economics

Rohan Dutta

McGill, Economics

Lars Ehlers

Montréal, Economics

Iwao Hirose

McGill, Philosophy

Sean Horan

Montréal, Economics

Nicolas Klein

Montréal, Economics

Ming Li

Concordia, Economics

Szilvia Pápai

Concordia, Economics

Adrian Vetta

McGill, Mathematics and Statistics

Environment and Climate Change

Organizer : Sophie Bernard

The Environment and Climate Change axis studies the impact of environmental policies, the energy transition, circular economy, the socio-economic impacts of pollution and natural disasters, and environmental justice. It also studies industrial structures, international environmental agreements, and other related topics.

Chris Barrington-Leigh

McGill, Institute for Health and Social Policy and Bieler School of Environment

David Benatia

HEC Montréal, Applied Economics

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Hassan Benchekroun

McGill, Economics

Sophie Bernard

Polytechnique Montréal, Mathematics and Industrial Engineering

Jie He

Sherbrooke, Economics

Markus Herrmann

Laval, Economics

Philippe Kabore

Québec à Rimouski, Management Science

Jean-Frédéric Morin

Laval, Political Science

Martino Pelli

Sherbrooke, Economics

Pierre-Olivier Pineau

HEC Montréal, Decision Science