John F. Helliwell - Publications

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John F. Helliwell - Working Papers

Recent Publications

2014
Social norms, happiness, and the environment: closing the circle
John F. Helliwell
Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy, Vol.10, Issue 1
2013
Prosocial Spending and Well-Being: Cross-Cultural Evidence for a Psychological Universal
Aknin, Lara B.; Barrington-Leigh, Christopher P.; Dunn, Elizabeth W.; Helliwell, John F.; Burns, Justine; Biswas-Diener, Robert; Kemeza, Imelda; Nyende, Paul; Ashton-James, Claire E.; Norton, Michael I.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol 104(4), Apr 2013, 635-652. doi: 10.1037/a0031578
2013
Comparing the Happiness Effects of Real and On-Line Friends
John F. Helliwell and Haifang Huang
PLOS ONE, Vol. 8, Issue 9, e72754
2013
An Assessment of Life Satisfaction on Recent Statistics Canada Surveys
Aneta Bonikowska, John F. Helliwell, Feng Hou, Grant Schellenberg
Social Indicators Research, October 2013
2013
Social Capital and Well-Being in Times of Crisis
John F. Helliwell, Haifang Huang, Shun Wang
Journal of Happiness Studies, DOI 10.1007/s10902-013-9441-z
2013
Weekends and Subjective Well-Being
John F. Helliwell and Shun Wang
Social Indicators Research, DOI 10.1007/s11205-013-0306-y
2013
World Happiness Report 2013
Edited by: John F. Helliwell, Richard Layard and Jeff Sachs
New York: UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network.
2013
World happiness: Trends, Explanations and Distribution
John F. Helliwell and Shun Wang
Chapter 2 of World Happiness Report 2013
2013
Unpacking the Hedonic Paradox: A Dynamic Analysis of the Relationships between Financial Capital, Social Capital and Life Satisfaction
Ilka H. Gleibs, Thomas A. Morton, Anna Rabinovich, S. Alexander Haslam and John F. Helliwell
British Journal of Social Psychology, Vol.52, pp.25-43
2012
The State of World Happiness
John F. Helliwell and Shun Wang
In John F. Helliwell, Richard Layard and Jeff Sachs, eds., World Happiness Report, New York: The Earth Institute, Columbia University, pp. 10-57.
2012
World Happiness Report
Commissioned for the United Nations Conference on Happiness on April 2nd, 2012 (mandated by the General Assembly of the United Nations)
Edited by: John F. Helliwell, Richard Layard and Jeff Sachs
New York: The Earth Institute, Columbia University.
2011
Well-Being and Trust in the Workplace
John F. Helliwell and Haifang Huang
Journal of Happiness Studies, Vol. 12, No. 5, pp. 747-67.
A version is available as NBER working paper 14589.
2011
How Much Is Social Capital Worth?
John F. Helliwell and Christopher P. Barrington-Leigh
In J. Jetten, C. Haslam and S.A. Haslam, eds., The Social Cure, London: Psychology Press, pp. 55-71.
A version is available as NBER working paper 16025 and appendix.
2011
How Can Subjective Well-Being be Improved?
John F. Helliwell
In F. Gorbet & A. Sharpe, eds., New Directions for Intelligent Government in Canada, Ottawa: Centre for the Study of Living Standards, pp. 283-304.
2011
Institutions as Enablers of Well-Being: The Singapore Prison Case Study
John F. Helliwell
International Journal of Wellbeing, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 255-65.
2011
Trust and Well-Being
John F. Helliwell and Shun Wang
International Journal of Wellbeing, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 42-78.
2010
Measuring and Understanding Subjective Well-Being
John F. Helliwell and Christopher P. Barrington-Leigh
Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. 43, Issue 3, pp. 729-753.
2010 International Differences in Well-Being
Edited by: Ed Diener, John F. Helliwell and Daniel Kahneman
New York: Oxford University Press.
2010 International Evidence on the Social Context of Well-Being
John F. Helliwell, Christopher P. Barrington-Leigh, Anthony Harris and Haifang Huang
In Ed Diener, John F. Helliwell and Daniel Kahneman, eds. International Differences in Well-Being, Oxford University Press, 2010.
A version is available as NBER working paper 14720 and appendix.
2010 How's the Job? Well-Being and Social Capital in the Workplace
John F. Helliwell and Haifang Huang
Industrial & Labor Relations Review, Vol. 63, No. 2, article 2.
2009
International Differences in the Determinants of Life Satisfaction
John F. Helliwell, Haifang Huang and Anthony Harris
In Tridip Ray, E. Somanathan, and Bhaskar Dutta, eds. New and Enduring Themes in Development Economics, World Scientific.
2009 Well-Being for Public Policy
Ed Diener, Richard Lucas, Uli Schimmack, John F. Helliwell
New York: Oxford University Press.
2009 How's the job? Are Trust and Social Capital Neglected Workplace Investments?
John F. Helliwell, Haifang Huang and Robert D. Putnam
In Viva Ona and James H. Davis, eds., Social Capital Reaching Out, Reaching In, Edward Elgar Pub.
2008How's Your Government? International Evidence Linking Good Government and Well-Being
John F. Helliwell and Haifang Huang
British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 38, pp. 595-619.
Electronic supplement to the paper [PDF]
2007Education and Social Capital
John F. Helliwell and Robert Putnam
Eastern Economic Journal, Vol. 33, No. 1, pp. 1-19.
2007Measuring and Modelling Interpersonal Trust
Stuart Soroka, John F. Helliwell, and Richard Johnston
In Fiona Kay and Richard Johnston, eds., Diversity, Social Capital and the Welfare State, UBC Press.
2007 Well-Being and Social Capital: Does Suicide Pose a Puzzle?
John F. Helliwell
Social Indicators Research, Vol. 81, pp. 455-496; also NBER Working Paper 10896.
2005Mondialisation et Bien-Etre
John F. Helliwell
Les Presses de l'Universit?Laval
2005 The Social Context of Well-Being
John F. Helliwell and Robert Putnam
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London and in The Science of Well-Being.
2005Borders, Common Currencies, Trade and Welfare: What Can We Learn From the Evidence?
John F. Helliwell and Lawrence L. Schembri
Bank of Canada Review, Spring.
2004 Demographic Changes and International Factor Mobility
John F. Helliwell
In: Global Demographic Change: Economic Impacts and Policy Challenges. Symposium sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, August 26-28, 2004. Also NBER Working Paper 10945, December 2004.
2002Globalization and Well-Being
John F. Helliwell
UBC Press
2001 The Contribution of Human and Social Capital to Sustained Economic Growth and Well-Being: International Symposium Report
edited by John F. Helliwell with the assistance of Aneta Bonikowska
OECD and Human Resources Development Canada, 2001. English PDF or French PDF. And Table of Contents

Publications in Chronological Order

(Updated June 2010)
  1. The Effects of Monetary Policy on Corporations (with John H. Young), Ottawa, Queen's Printer, 1965. (Study for the Royal Commission on Banking and Finance), Appendix Volume, pp. 305-435.
  2. Taxation and Investment: A Study of Capital Expenditure Decisions in Large Corporations, Ottawa, Queen's Printer, 1966, (Study for the Royal Commission on Taxation), pp. 335.
  3. The Effects of the Royal Commission's Proposals and Some Alternatives on Interest Rates and International Capital Flows, Report of Proceedings of the 20th Tax Conference, November 1967, Toronto, Ontario, Canadian Tax Foundation, 1968, pp. 152-158.
  4. Public Policies and Private Investment, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1968, pp. 238.
  5. Simulating the Macroeconomic Effects of the Carter Proposals, Canadian Journal of Economics, February 1968 (Supplement), pp. 233-254.
  6. Quarterly Business Capital Expenditures (with R.G. Evans), Bank of Canada Staff Research Studies No. 1, 1969, pp. 82.
  7. The Structure of RDX1 (with L. Officer, H. Shapiro and I. Stewart), Bank of Canada Staff Research Studies, No. 3 1969, pp. 79.
  8. Government Sector Equations for Macroeconomic Models (with F. Gorbet, R. Jarrett, R. Evans and D. Stephenson), Bank of Canada Research Studies, No. 4, 1969, pp. 173.
  9. The Dynamics of RDX1 (with L. Officer, H. Shapiro, and I. Stewart), Bank of Canada Staff Research Studies, No. 5, 1969, pp. 83.
  10. A Structural Model of the Foreign Exchange Market, Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. II, No. 1, February 1969, pp. 90-105.
  11. Monetary and Fiscal Policies for an Open Economy, Oxford Economic Papers, Vol. 21, No.1, March 1969, pp. 383-398.
  12. Investment Decision Under Uncertainty: Theory and Practice (with J.C.T. Mao), The Journal of Finance, Vol. XXIV, No. 2, May 1969, pp. 323-338.
  13. The Taxation of Capital Gains, Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. II, No. 2, May 1969, pp. 314-318.
  14. Econometric Analysis of Policy Choices for an Open Economy (with L. Officer, H. Shapiro and I. Stewart), The Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. LI, No. 4 November 1969, pp. 383-398.
  15. The Taxation of Capital Gains: Reply, Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. III, No. 2, February 1970, pp. 154-158.
  16. Inflation and Tax Reform, Canadian Tax Journal, Vol. 18, No. 2, March-April 1970, pp. 124-130.
  17. Forward-Looking Investment Behaviour (with Guy Glorieux), Review of Economic Studies, Vol. XXXVII, No. 4, October 1970, pp. 499-516.
  18. The Structure of RDX2 (with H. Shapiro, G. Sparks I. Stewart, F. Gorbet, and D. Stephenson), Bank of Canada Staff Research Studies, 2 volumes, No. 7, 1971, 271 pp. and 178 pp.
  19. Assessing the Dynamic Efficiency of Automatic Stabilizers (with Fred Gorbet), Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 79, No. 4, July-August 1971, pp. 826-845.
  20. Tax Reform in Australia and Canada, The Economic Record, Vol. 47, September 1971, pp. 351-356.
  21. The Effects of Revaluation on Trade and Capital Flows between Canada and the United States, and "Comment" on paper by Andrew Brimmer, both in Canadian-United States Financial Relationships, Boston, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 1972, pp. 75-97. (Proceedings of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston 6th Monetary Conference, Melvin Village, New Hampshire, September 22-24, 1971).
  22. Economic Models, Bank of Canada Review, March 1972, pp. 15-25 (Reprinted in Spanish in the Boletin Mensual of the Centro de Estudios Monetarios Latinamericanos, Vol. 22, No. 1, January 1976).
  23. Quantitative Assessment of Some Macroeconomic Effects of Bill C-259, Analytical Appendix to panel discussion contribution, both published in Report of Proceedings of the 23rd Tax Conference, November 1971, Toronto, Canadian Tax Foundation, 1972, pp. 485-494.
  24. Equations Across the Border: RDX2 Meets MPS (with Ian Stewart, Fred Gorbet and Tom Maxwell), International Journal, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, Spring 1972, pp. 236-249.
  25. How Much Does Foreign Capital Matter? (with Jillian Broadbent), BC Studies, No. 13, Spring 1972, pp. 38-42.
  26. National Fiscal and Monetary Policies: A Regional Interpretation, BC Studies, No. 13, Spring 1972, pp. 54-59.
  27. Short-term Capital Flows and the Foreign Exchange Market (with Tom Maxwell), Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. V, No. 2, May 1972, pp. 199-214.
  28. Assessing the Role for an Agriculture Sector in An Aggregate Econometric Model, in R.K. Eyvindson, ed., National and Regional Economic Models of Agriculture, Regina, Agriculture Canada, 1972, pp. 105-117, (Proceedings of a Conference, June 1972).
  29. Reviewing the Latest DISC: Simulations of its Aggregate Impacts on Canada (with John Lester), Canadian Tax Journal, Vol. 20, No. 4, July-August, 1972, pp. 291-298.
  30. Towards an Inflation-Proof Income Tax, Report of Proceedings of the 24th Tax Conference, November 1972, Toronto, Canadian Tax Foundation, 1973, pp. 165-174.
  31. The Supply Price of Capital in Macroeconomic Models (with G. Sparks and J. Frisch, in A.A. Powell and R. A. Williams, eds.), Econometric Studies of Macro and Monetary Relations, Amsterdam, North-Holland, 1973, pp. 262-283.
  32. Some Features and Uses of the Canadian Quarterly Model RDX2 (with I.A. Stewart, F.G. Gorbet, and D. R. Stephenson), in A. A. Powell and R.A. Williams eds., Econometric Studies of Macro and Monetary Relations, Amsterdam, North-Holland, 1973, pp. 27-47.
  33. Comprehensive Linkage of Large Models: Canada and the United States (with Gorbet, Sparks and Stewart), in International Linkage of National Economic Models, ed. R.J. Ball, Amsterdam, North-Holland, 1973, pp. 395-426.
  34. More on the National Economic Effects of Arctic Energy Developments, Proceedings of the House of Commons Standing Committee on National Resources and Public Works (Issue 22), Ottawa, Queen's Printer, June 5, 1973, pp. 41-80.
  35. Estimating the National Economic Effect of Arctic Energy Developments, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Canada Conference on Energy Resources, October 1973.
  36. Policy Alternatives for Arctic Gas, in Gas From the Mackenzie Delta: Now or Later?, Ottawa, Canadian Arctic Resources Committee, 1974, pp. 1-15.
  37. Monetary Interdependence of Canada and the United States Under Alternative Exchange Rate Systems (with Tom Maxwell), in National Monetary Policies and the International System, edited by R.Z. Aliber, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1974, pp. 82-108.
  38. Economic Consequences of Developing Canada's Arctic Gas, in The Energy Question: Failures of Multinational Policies, edited by E. Erickson and L. Waverman, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1974, pp. 267-289.
  39. Impact of a Mackenzie Pipeline on the National Economy, Chapter 8 in P.H. Pearse, ed., The Mackenzie Pipeline: Arctic Gas and Canadian Energy Policy, Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1974, pp. 143-182.
  40. Where does Canada's National Interest Lie? A Quantitative Appraisal (with Pearse, Sanderson, and Scott), Chapter 10 in P.H. Pearse, ed., The Mackenzie Pipeline: Arctic Gas and Canadian Energy Policy, McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1974, pp. 197-227.
  41. The Equations of RDX2 Revised and Estimated to 4Q 1970 (with Tom Maxwell), Ottawa, Bank of Canada, 1974, 213 pp.
  42. The Monetary Sector of RDX2: Reply (with F.G. Gorbet and G.R. Sparks), Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. VII, No. 2, June 1974, pp. 126-129.
  43. Extractive Resources in the World Economy, International Journal, Vol. 29, No. 4, Autumn 1974, pp. 591-609.
  44. Monetary and Fiscal Policies for an Open Economy: Corrections and Evidence, Oxford Economic Papers, Vol. 26, November 1974, pp. 442-445.
  45. Trade, Capital flows, and Migration as Channels for the International Transmission of Stabilization Policies, in International Aspects of Stabilization Policies, edited by A. Ando and others Boston, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 1975, pp. 241-278.
  46. A New Approach to Price Setting for Regulated Pipelines (with John Lester), The Logistics and Transportation Review, Vol. II, No. 4, 1975, pp. 320-337.
  47. Some Economic and Social Aspects of Energy Issues, in Energy West - Future Crises?, Proceedings of the Engineering Institute of Canada Western Region 1975 Annual Conference, Vancouver, March 1975, pp. 107-110.
  48. Adjustment under Fixed and Flexible Exchange Rates, in International Trade and Finance: Frontiers for Research, edited by P.B. Kenen, London, Cambridge University Press, 1975, pp. 379-410.
  49. The National Energy Board's 1974-1975 Natural Gas Supply Hearings, Canadian Public Policy, Vol. 1, No. 3, Summer 1975, pp. 415-425.
  50. Mineral Resources in the New International Order, Current History, Vol. 68, July-August 1975, pp. 28-31.
  51. Costs and Benefits of Self-Sufficiency in Oil and Gas, in The Economics of Oil and Gas Self-Sufficiency in Canada, edited by D. Seastone and G. Linder, Calgary, 1976. (Proceedings of a Conference, Oct. 8-9, 1975)
  52. Taxes, Royalties and Equity Participation as Alternative Methods of Dividing Resource Revenues: The Syncrude Example (with Gerry May), in A.D. Scott, ed., Natural Resource Revenues: A Test of Federalism, UBC Press, 1976, pp. 153-180.
  53. The Interdependence of Monetary, Debt and Fiscal Policies in an International Setting, (with R.N. McRae), in R.Z. Aliber, ed., The Political Economy of Monetary Reform, London, MacMillan, 1976, pp. 157-178.
  54. Aggregate Investment (editor and contributor) Penguin, 1976, pp. 344.
  55. Macroeconomic Adjustment Processes (with C.I. Higgins), European Economic Review, Vol. 7, 1976, pp. 221-238.
  56. The Conversion Loan of 1958: A Simulation Study of Its Macroeconomic Consequences (with L.N. Christofides and J.M. Lester), Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. IX, No. 3, August 1976, pp. 425-441.
  57. External Linkages of the Canadian Monetary System (with John M. Lester), Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. IX No. 4, November 1976, pp. 648-669.
  58. Comment on paper by S.Y. Kwack in J Popkin, ed., Analysis of Inflation: 1965-1974, (Studies in Income and Wealth 42), New York, N.B.E.R., 1977, pp. 477-484.
  59. The Distribution of Economic Benefits from a Pipeline, in M.H. Watkins, ed., Dene Nation: The Colony Within, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1977, pp. 75-83.
  60. Overlapping Federal and Provincial Claims on Mineral Revenues, in Mineral Leasing as an Instrument of Public Policy, edited by Michael Crommelin and Andrew R. Thompson, Vancouver, U.B.C. Press, 1977, pp. 182-200.
  61. Arctic Pipelines in the Context of Canadian Energy Requirements, Canadian Public Policy, Vol. 3, Summer 1977, pp. 344-354. (Based on evidence submitted to the National Energy Board in March 1977. Different versions of the same basic results have also been published in the Financial Times, April 18 and 25, 1977 and in the Canadian Arctic Resources Committee's Northern Perspectives, Vol. 5, No. 2, 1977, pp. 1- 4.)
  62. Some Emerging Economic Issues in Utility Regulation and Rate-Making, in W.T. Stanbury, ed., Studies on Regulation in Canada, Montreal, Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1978, pp. 113-130. (Also in a special issue of the Logistics and Transportation Review, 1978).
  63. Modelling the Open Economy in Disequilibrium: An Overview of the RBA76 Project, in W.E. Norton, ed., Conference in Applied Economic Research, Sydney, Reserve Bank of Australia, 1978, pp. 244-259.
  64. The RBA76 Model Meets its Reviewers: Summary and Implications, in W.E. Norton, ed., Conference on Applied Economic Research, Sydney, Reserve Bank of Australia, 1978, pp. 318-332.
  65. Money in the Open Economy: Empirical Implications of Forward-Looking Behaviour, in B. Sturm and P. Joseph, eds., Proceedings of the Third Pacific Basin Central Bank Conference on Econometric Modelling, Wellington, Reserve Bank of New Zealand, 1978, pp. 3-12.
  66. Summary of Conference Proceedings. In: B. Sturm and P. Joseph, eds., Proceedings of the Third Pacific Basin Central Bank Conference on Econometric Modelling, Wellington, Reserve Bank of New Zealand, 1978, pp. 186-196.
  67. On the Seventh Hand, Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, Series 4, Vol. 16, 1978, pp. 111-119.
  68. Modelling International Disturbances (Commentary on paper by L.R. Klein), in After the Phillips Curve: Persistence of High Inflation and High Unemployment, Boston, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 1978, pp. 104-116.
  69. Unemployment Insurance: What are the Lessons from the Antipodes? (Commentary on paper by G. Braae), in H.G. Grubel and M.A. Walker, eds., Unemployment Insurance: Global Evidence of its Effects on Unemployment, Vancouver, The Fraser Institute, 1978, pp. 113-119.
  70. Economies of Scale in Petrochemicals, Appropriate Scale for Canadian Industry, Science Council of Canada, February 1978, pp. 93-96.
  71. Effects of Taxes and Royalties on Copper Mining Investment in British Columbia, Resources Policy, Vol. 4, No. 1, March 1978, pp. 35-44.
  72. Private Sector Wealth: Quarterly Estimates for use in an Aggregate Model (with Peter Boxall), The Economic Record, Vol. 54, April 1978, pp. 45-64.
  73. The Balance of Payments: A Survey of Harry Johnson's Contributions, Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. XI, No. 4, November 1978, Supplement, pp. S55-S86.
  74. International Linkages under Flexible Exchange Rates (a tripartite report by seventeen economists from Japan, the EEC, and North America), Washington, D.C., The Brookings Institution, 1979, 33 pp.
  75. Recent Developments in Policy Optimization for an Open Monetary Economy, in S. Holly, B. Rustem, and M. B. Zarrop, eds., Optimal Control for Econometric Models: An Approach to Economic Policy Formulation, London, MacMillan, 1979, pp. 40-57.
  76. Wood Wastes as an Energy Source for the B.C. Pulp and Paper Industry: Economic Implications and Institutional Barriers (with A.J. Cox), in P. Nemetz, ed., Energy Policy: The Global Challenge, Montreal, Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1979, pp. 245-261.
  77. An Integrated Simulation Approach to the Analysis of Canadian Energy Policies (with B.C.E. Duncan, K. Hendricks, R.N. McRae, G. May, and D.B.C. Williams), in P. Nemetz, ed., Energy Policy: The Global Challenge, Montreal, Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1979, pp. 283-293.
  78. Canadian Interest Rate Policies, Proceedings of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance, Trade and Economic Affairs, December 1979, pp. 20:4-20:10.
  79. Canadian Energy Policy, Annual Review of Energy, Vol. 4, 1979, pp. 175-229. Abridged and updated versions appear as "Energy" in R. Bellan and H. Pope, eds., The Canadian Economy: Problems and Options, Toronto: McGraw-Hill, 1981 and as "Energy Policy in Canada" in W.L. Kohl, ed., After the Second Oil Crisis: Energy Policies - Europe and America, Lexington, Lexington Books, 1981.
  80. Dynamic Properties of Four Canadian Macroeconomic Models: A Collaborative Research Project (with L. de Bever, D.K. Foot, G.V. Jump, T. Maxwell, J.A. Sawyer, and H.E.L. Waslander), Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. XII, No. 2, May 1979, pp. 133-138.
  81. Comparing the Dynamics of Canadian Macromodels (with T. Maxwell and H.E.L. Waslander), Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. XII, No. 2, May 1979, pp. 181-194.
  82. Policy Modelling of Foreign Exchange Rates, Journal of Policy Modelling, Vol. 1(3), August 1979, pp. 425-444.
  83. Taxation and Energy Policy, Report of Proceedings of the 31st Tax Conference, November 1979, Toronto, Canadian Tax Foundation, 1980, pp. 7 - 20.
  84. Simulation Analysis of Energy Production in the B.C. Pulp and Paper Industry (with A.J. Cox), in M. B. Carver and M. H. Hamza, eds., Simulation, Modelling and Decision in Energy Systems, Anaheim and Calgary, ACTA Press, pp. 314-319, 1979.
  85. Trade Policies for Natural Gas and Electricity, in Energy Policies for the 1980's: An Economic Analysis, Vol. 2, Toronto, Ontario Economic Council, 1980, pp. 1-53.
  86. Taxation and Energy (Commentary on a paper by T.L. Powrie), in Energy Policies for the 1980s: An Economic Analysis, Vol. I, Toronto, Ontario Economic Council, 1980, pp. 88-96.
  87. Can Canada be Insulated From Developments Abroad?, in Developments Abroad and the Domestic Economy, Vol. 2, Toronto, Ontario Economic Council, 1980, pp. 79-101.
  88. Comments on the Collins and Scarfe/Powrie Papers, Canadian Public Policy-Analyse de Politiques, Vol. 6, Supplement, February 1980, pp. 179-181.
  89. Economic Modelling of Energy Supply from Burning Wood Wastes at B.C. Pulp and Paper Mills (with A.J. Cox), in W. T. Ziemba et al., eds., Energy Policy Modelling: U.S. and Canadian Experiences, Hingham, Mass., Martinus Nijhoff, Vol. II, 1980, pp. 159-174.
  90. Canadian Perspectives on the Alaska Highway Pipeline: Modelling the Alternatives (with K. Hendricks and D.B.C. Williams), in W.T. Ziemba et al. eds., Energy Policy Modelling: U.S. and Canadian Experiences, Hingham, Mass., Martinus Nijhoff, Vol. II, 1980, pp. 279-317.
  91. Electricity Pricing and Electricity Supply: The Influence of Utility Pricing on Electricity Production by Pulp and Paper Mills (with A.J. Cox), Resources and Energy 2, 1980, pp. 51-74.
  92. A Synthesis of Monetary and Keynesian Approaches to Short-Run Balance of Payments Theory (with J. A. Frenkel and T. Gylfason), The Economic Journal, Vol. 90, No. 359, September 1980, pp. 582-592.
  93. Energy in Canada, Current History, November 1980, pp. 125-128.
  94. An Economic Evaluation of the National Energy Program, Report of Proceedings of the 32nd Tax Conference, November 1980, Toronto, Canadian Tax Foundation 1981.
  95. Canada in Fiscal Conflict: Resources and the West (with A. D. Scott), Pemberton Securities Limited, 1981, 80 pp.
  96. Using Canadian Oil and Gas Revenues in the 1980's: Provincial and Federal Perspectives, in Barker and Brailovsky, eds., Oil or Industry? Energy Industrialization and Economic Policy in Canada, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway and the United Kingdom, London, Academic Press, 1981, pp. 45-64.
  97. Canadian Energy Pricing, Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. XIV, No. 4, 1981, pp. 577-595.
  98. The Stagflationary Effects of Higher Energy Prices in an Open Economy, Canadian Public Policy, Vol. 7, Supplement, April 1981, pp. 155-164.
  99. The National Energy Conflict (with R.N. McRae), Canadian Public Policy, Vol. 7, No. 1, Winter 1981, pp. 15-23.
  100. Efficient Taxation of Resource Income: The Case of Copper Mining in British Columbia (with Paul Bradley and John Livernois), Resources Policy, Vol. 7, No. 3, September 1981, pp. 161-170.
  101. How Should Monetary Policy and Exchange Rate Management Respond to Supply and Price Changes in International Markets? In Kevin Clinton, ed. Proceedings of the Fifth Pacific Basin Central Bank Economists' Conference: Supply Side Shocks, the Balance of Payments, and Monetary Policy, Ottawa, Bank of Canada, 1982, pp. 15-39.
  102. A Summing Up, in Kevin Clinton, ed. op. cit., pp. 433-455.
  103. Comment on Extractive Resource Taxation in Canada, in W.R. Thirsk and J. Whalley, eds., Tax Policy Options in the 1980s, Toronto, Canadian Tax Foundation, 1982, pp. 292-297.
  104. Canadian Energy Taxation, Energy Journal, Vol. 3, No. 2, April 1982, pp. 20-31.
  105. Stabilization, Allocation and the 1970's Oil Price Shocks (with P.M. Boothe and R.N. McRae), Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Vol. 84, 1982, pp. 259-288.
  106. Resolving the Energy Conflict: From the National Energy Program to the Energy Agreements (with Robert N. McRae), Canadian Public Policy, Vol. VIII:1, Winter 1982, pp. 14-23.
  107. Recent Evidence From Macroeconomics Models of the Canadian Economy, in G. Mason, ed., Macroeconomics: Theory, Policy, and Evidence, Winnipeg, Institute for Social and Economic Research, 1983, pp. 108-128.
  108. Energy and the Canadian Federation: Some Economic Aspects of Optional Constitutions, in S. Beck and I.Bernier eds., Canada and the New Constitution: The Unfinished Agenda, Vol. 2. Montreal Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1983, pp. 1-18.
  109. Macroeconomic Implications of Alternative Exchange Rate Models (with Paul M. Boothe), in Paul De Grauwe and Theo Peeters, eds., Exchange Rates in Multicountry Econometric Models, London, Macmillan, 1983, pp. 21-53.
  110. Some Hard Economics of Soft Energy: Optimal Electricity Generation in Pulp and Paper Mills with Seasonal Steam Requirements (with Michael Margolick), in B. G. Hickman, and G. F. Adams, eds., Global Econometrics: Essays in Honour of L. R. Klein, Cambridge, Massachusetts, MIT Press, 1983, pp. 219-235.
  111. Electricity Generation from Wood Wastes in British Columbia (with Michael Margolick), Journal of Business Administration, Vol. 13, Nos. 1 and 2, 1983.
  112. The National Energy Program Meets Falling World Oil Prices (with Mary E. MacGregor and Andre Plourde), Canadian Public Policy, Vol. IX, No. 3, September 1983, pp. 284-296.
  113. Imperfect Hindsight: A Summary of Issues, John Deutsch Round Table on Economic Policy, Kingston, Queen's University, November 1983, pp. 241-246.
  114. A Synthesis of Keynesian, Monetary and Portfolio Approaches to Flexible Exchange Rates (with T. Gylfason), Economic Journal, Vol. 93, December 1983, pp. 820-831.
  115. Empirical Studies of Macroeconomic Interdependence (with Tim Padmore), Chapter 21 of P. B. Kenen and R. W. Jones, eds., Handbook of International Economics, Amsterdam, North-Holland, 1984.
  116. Natural Resources and the Australian Economy, in R. E. Caves and L. R. Krause, eds., The Australian Economy: A View From the North, Washington, Brookings Institution, 1984, pp. 81-126.
  117. Competing Energy Uses for Wood Wastes in British Columbia (with Michael Margolick and Ardo H. Hansson), The Energy Journal, Vol. 5, January 1984, pp. 65-84. (Also found in an abridged form in C. Campbell Watkins and Leonard Waverman, eds., Adapting to Changing Energy Prices - Proceedings of the 1981 IAEE Conference.)
  118. Stagflation and Productivity Decline in Canada, 1974 %G�?#8364;“%@ 1982, Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. XVII, No. 2, May 1984, pp. 191-216.
  119. Changes in Canadian Energy Demand, Supply and Policies, 1974 - 1986 (with Mary E. MacGregor and Andre Plourde), Natural Resources Journal, Vol. 24, No. 2, April 1984, pp. 297-324.
  120. Energy Policy and Industry Activity: A Reply (with Mary MacGregor and Andre Plourde), Canadian Public Policy, Vol. X, Nov. 4, November 1984, pp. 476-480.
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  205. Checking the Brain Drain: Evidence and Implications, Policy Options 20(7), September 1999, pp. 12. Other invited articles drawn from this appeared in Le Devoir, August 1999 and the National Post Business Magazine, October 1999.
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  209. Economic Growth and Social Capital in Asia, in R. Harris, ed., The Growing Importance of the Asia-Pacific Region, 2000.
  210. Tracking UBC Graduates: Trends and Explanations (with David F. Helliwell), Isuma: Canadian Journal of Policy Research 1(1), Spring 2000, pp. 10.
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  214. The Contribution of Human and Social Capital to Sustained Economic Growth and Well-Being: International Symposium Report, edited by John F. Helliwell with the assistance of Aneta Bonikowska. OECD and Human Resources Development Canada, 2001. (Proceedings of an OECD/HRDC conference, Quebec, March 19-21, 2000) English PDF or French PDF. And Table of Contents
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  227. Well-Being and Social Capital: Does Suicide Pose a Puzzle? Social Indicators Research, March 2007; also NBER Working Paper 10896.
  228. Well-Being in the Workplace: What Roles for Unions and Gender (with Haifang Huang), revised (2007) version of paper prepared for the Festschrift conference for Paul Weiler, Harvard University, November 2006.
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  233. How's Your Government? International Evidence Linking Good Government and Well-Being (with Haifang Huang), British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 38, pp 595-619, 2008. There is an Electronic supplement to the paper.
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