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Publications of Michelle Alexopoulos
Michelle Alexopoulos, Xinfen Han, Oleksiy Kryvtsov, Xu Zhang, "More than Words: Fed Chairs' Communication During Congressional Testimonies", Journal of Monetary Economics, forthcoming.
Michelle Alexopoulos, "The History of Inflation Targeting in Canada and the Case for Maintaining the Status-Quo", In Choosing the Right Target: Options for the Bank of Canada’s Mandate Renewal, Max Bell Conference Volume, 2021.
Michelle Alexopoulos, K. Lyons, K. Mahetaji, K. Chui, "Evaluating the Disruption of COVID-19 on AI Innovation using Patent Filings", Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTA21), 2021.
Michelle Alexopoulos and K. Lyons, "Evaluating the Future of Skills, Jobs, and Policies for the Post COVID Digital Economy", SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis Report., 2021.
Michelle Alexopoulos and K. Lyons, "Toward understanding the COVID-19 impact on Data Science Innovation in Canada", In CASCON ’21: Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering, November 2021, ACM, New York, NY, USA,, 2021.
Michelle Alexopoulos, K. Lyons, A. Egwaikhide, "What will the transition to digital economy look like? Exploring future Skills, Jobs, and policies needed Post COVID", CASCON EVOKE 2021 Proceedings, November 22-25, 2021, Toronto, ON. ACM, New York, NY, USA, 2021.
Michelle Alexopoulos, K. Lyons, R. Alexander, A. Egwaikhide, R. Frost, "How has COVID-19 changed the development and adoption of data science across firms and industries?”", In CASCON 2020, November 10-13, 2020, Toronto, ON. ACM, NewYork, NY,USA,, 2020.
R. Alexander, K. Lyons, Michelle Alexopoulos, Lisa Austin, "Barriers to Data Science Adoption: Why Existing Frameworks aren’t working", in Cascon EVOKE 2019 Proceedings (edited by T. Pakfetrat, G. Jourdan, K. Kontogiannis, and R. Enenkel), ACM, 2019, 284–286.
Michelle Alexopoulos and Jon S. Cohen, "Will the new technologies turn the page on U.S. productivity growth?", Economic Letters 175 (2019), 19–23. (Freely available.)
Michelle Alexopoulos and Jon S. Cohen, "Canadian Productivity Growth, Secular Stagnation, and Technological Change", International Productivity Monitor 35 (Fall) (2018), 113–137. (Freely available.)
Michelle Alexopoulos and Jon S. Cohen, "The Economy: From Innovation to Policy", in Policy Transformation in Canada: Is the Past Prologue? (edited by Carolyn Hughes Tuohy, Sophie Borwein, Peter John Loewen, and Andrew Potter), University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2018, 49–58.
Michelle Alexopoulos and Jon S. Cohen, "The Media is the Measure: Technical change and employment, 1909-49", Review of Economics and Statistics 98 (2016), 792–810.
Michelle Alexopoulos and Jon S. Cohen, "The Power of Print: Uncertainty shocks, markets, and the economy", International Review of Economics and Finance 40 (2015), 8–28.
Sharon Dyas-Correia and Michelle Alexopoulos, "Text and Data Mining: Searching for Buried Treasures", Serials Review 40 (3) (2014), 210–216.
Michelle Alexopoulos and Jon S. Cohen, "The Effects of Computer Technologies on the Canadian Economy: Evidence from New Direct Measures", International Productivity Monitor 23 (2012), 17–17.
Michelle Alexopoulos and Trevor Tombe, "Management Matters", Journal of Monetary Economics 59 (2012), 269–285.
Michelle Alexopoulos, "Read All About it!! What happens following a technology shock?", American Economic Review 101 (4) (2011), 1144–1179.
Michelle Alexopoulos and Jon S. Cohen, "Volumes of Evidence: Examining Technical Change Last Century through a New Lens", Canadian Journal of Economics 44 (2) (2011), 413–450.
Michelle Alexopoulos and Jon S. Cohen, "Measuring our ignorace, one book at a time: New indicators of technical change, 1909-1949", Journal of Monetary Economics 56 (4) (2009), 450–470.
Michelle Alexopoulos, "Extra! Extra! Some technology shocks are expansionary", Economics Letters 101 (3) (2008), 153–156.
Michelle Alexopoulos, "A monetary business cycle model with unemployment", Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 31 (12) (2007), 3904–3940.
Michelle Alexopoulos, "Shirking in Monetary Business Cycle Model", Canadian Journal of Economics 39 (2006), 689–718.
Michelle Alexopoulos and Stephen Sapp, "Exploring the Behavior of Economic Agents: the role of relative preferences", Economics Bulletin 12 (2) (2005), 1–7.
Michelle Alexopoulos, "Lessons from the Past: What can we learn from Centralized Wage Bargaining", Quarterly Review, Central Bank of Sweden (2004), 31–.
Michelle Alexopoulos, "Unemployment and the Business Cycle", Journal of Monetary Economics 51 (2004), 277–298.
Michelle Alexopoulos and Jon S. Cohen, "What's Wrong with Forced Wage Compression? The Fair Wage Hypothesis Redux", Economics Letters 83 (2004), 391–398.
Michelle Alexopoulos, "Effects of Shocks in a Monetary Efficiency Wage Model", in Bank of Canada Conference Proceedings in Price Adjustments and Monetary Policy (edited by ), , 2003, 107–148.
Michelle Alexopoulos, "Growth and Unemployment in an Efficiency Wage Model", Canadian Journal of Economics (2003), 728–746.
Michelle Alexopoulos and Jon S. Cohen, "Centralized Wage Bargaining and Structural Change in Sweden", European Review of Economic History 7 (3) (2003), 331–366.
Michelle Alexopoulos and Ian Domowitz, "Personal Liabilities and Bankruptcy Reform: An International Perspective", International Finance Journal 1 (1998), 127–159.