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Professor Paul Beaudry

BA, MA, PhD, FRS (Canada)
Quondam Fellow since 2010
Professor of Economics, University of British Columbia
Professor Paul Beaudry
  • Background

    • Quondam Fellow, All Souls College (from 2010)
    • Professor of Economics, University of Oxford and Fellow of All Souls (from 2009 to 2010)
    • Professor and Canada Research Chair, University of British Columbia and Fellow, Bank of Canada.
      Also Faculty Research Fellow (1994-2003), then Research Associate (2003–9), National Bureau of Economic Research, Boston (from 1994 to 2009)
    • Scholar (1996–9), then Associate Researcher, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (from 1996 to 2002)
    • Associate Researcher, Centre de Recherche et Développement en Economique, Université de Montréal (from 1989 to 2002)
    • Postgraduate, Princeton University (from 1984 to 1989)
    • Postgraduate, University of British Columbia (from 1983 to 1984)
    • Undergraduate, Université Laval (from 1980 to 1983)
  • Research interests

    • Macroeconomics
    • Monetary economics
    • Technical change and growth
    • Labour economics
    • Income inequality
  • Selected publications

    • (with Patrick Francois), ‘Organizational Skill and Management in the Theory of Economic Growth’, Review of Economic Studies (forthcoming)
    • (with Charles Blackorby and Deszo Salay), ‘Taxes and Employment Subsidies in Optimal Redistribution Programs’, American Economic Review (March 2009)
    • (with Franck Portier), ‘When can Changes in Expectations cause Business Cycle Fluctuations’, Journal of Economic Theory (2007)
    • (with Franck Portier ), ‘News, Stock Prices and Economic Fluctuations’, American Economic Review (September 2006)
    • (with Fabrice Collard), ‘Globalization, Returns to Accumulation, and the World Distribution of Income’ Journal of Monetary Economics (2006)
    • (with David Green), ‘The Changing Structure of Wages in the US and Germany: What explains the differences?’ American Economic Review (June 2003)
  • Other professional memberships and roles

    • Visiting Professor and Researcher, MIT (2004)
    • Visiting Professor and Researcher, Université de Montréal (from 2002 to 2003)
    • Visiting Professor and Researcher, GREMAQ, Toulouse, France (from 2000 to 2001)
    • Visiting Professor and Researcher, MAD, Paris I-Sorbonne, France (1997)
    • Visiting Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia (from 1992 to 1993)
    • Consultant, Economic Development Institute, World Bank (from 1988 to 1989)
    • Consultant, Research Department, National Bank of Canada (1987)
    • Visiting Researcher, Université Laval (1985)