Jack L. Carr
Ph.D. (Chicago, 1971), M.A. (Chicago, 1968), B.Com. (Toronto, 1965)
Personal website: http://www.economics.utoronto.ca/faculty/carr/
Research fields: Macroeconomics, Law and economics, Applied econometrics
- Jack L. Carr, Frank Mathewson, Neil Quigley, Ensuring Failure: Financial System Stability and Deposit Insurance in Canada, C. D. Howe Institute, Toronto, 1994.
- Jack L. Carr and Frank Mathewson, "A Reply To Gilson", Journal of Political Economy 99 (2) (1991), 426–428.
- Jack L. Carr, "The Size of The Government Sector and Economic Growth", American Economic Review (1989)
- Jack L. Carr and Frank Mathewson, "Unlimited Liability As A Barrier To Entry", Journal of Political Economy 96 (4) (1988), 766–784.
- Jack L. Carr and Michael Darby, "The Role of Money Supply Shocks in the Short Run Demand For Money", Journal of Monetary Economics (1981)
Honors and awards
- Listed in Who's Who in Economics, A Biographical Dictionary of Major Economists, 1700-1986, MIT Press, 1986.
- Honourary Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, 1965.