Acclaimed scholars from around the world visit the Institute to collaborate and connect with the institute's community of researchers. Rich interactions here cultivate extraordinary research.
The Institute welcomes three promising young researchers for extended visits this year.
Visiting Fellow James Roberts presented his new framework for understanding the effects of horizontal mergers and the impact post-merger entrants have on market competition. Read more »
At a workshop, Visiting Fellow Tom Lemieux showed evidence that much of the wage gap between Canadians and immigrants to Canada can be explained by whether they studied in a country with a western education system. Learn more »
Richard Blundell, a scholar of family labor market and consumption choices, gave a paper, gained some insights, and talked with students during his autumn visit. Learn more
What does economics have to do with woodpeckers? Economics—and game theory in particular—helps us understand why one species may evolve to mimic another in the absence of a common predator or threat. Read more »