Associate Professor, Strategy and Business Economics Division, Sauder School of Business

International trade; Environmental economics; Foreign direct investment; Information technology and electronic markets; Venture capital research.

Assistant Professor

I’m an environmental economist. I study how people respond to environmental threats like climate change, air pollution, and wildfires.

Professor (on leave)

I focus on everything that relates to the macro-economy. I am a native of Quebec City, and I obtained my Ph.D from Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey, USA.

Assistant Professor

My main research area is Macroeconomics. I study how market frictions impact aggregate productivity by distorting the allocation of workers and capital across firms. I obtained my Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania.