Abel Brodeur
Abel Brodeur
Department of Economics, University of Ottawa
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A literature review of the economics of COVID‐19
A Brodeur, D Gray, A Islam, S Bhuiyan
Journal of economic surveys 35 (4), 1007-1044, 2021
COVID-19, lockdowns and well-being: Evidence from Google Trends
A Brodeur, A Clark, S Fleche, N Powdthavee
Journal of Public Economics 193 (104346), 2021
Star wars: The empirics strike back
A Brodeur, M Lé, M Sangnier, Y Zylberberg
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 8 (1), 1-32, 2016
The short-term economic consequences of Covid-19: exposure to disease, remote work and government response
LP Béland, A Brodeur, T Wright
Plos one, 2023
Methods Matter: p-Hacking and Publication Bias in Causal Analysis in Economics
A Brodeur, N Cook, AG Heyes
American Economic Review 110 (11), 3634-3660, 2020
Stay-at-home orders, social distancing, and trust
A Brodeur, I Grigoryeva, L Kattan
Journal of Population Economics 34 (4), 1321-1354, 2021
The COVID-19 Pandemic and US Presidential Elections
A Brodeur, L Baccini, S Weymouth
Journal of Population Economics 34 (2), 2021
Determinants of family stress and domestic violence: lessons from the COVID-19 outbreak
LP Beland, A Brodeur, J Haddad, D Mikola
Canadian Public Policy 47 (3), 439-459, 2021
The short‐term economic consequences of COVID‐19: Occupation tasks and mental health in Canada
LP Beland, A Brodeur, D Mikola, T Wright
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 55, 214-247, 2022
On the effects of COVID-19 safer-at-home policies on social distancing, car crashes and pollution
A Brodeur, N Cook, T Wright
Journal of environmental economics and management 106, 102427, 2021
Explaining governors’ response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States
L Baccini, A Brodeur
American Politics Research 49 (2), 215-220, 2021
COVID-19, stay-at-home orders and employment: Evidence from CPS data
LP Beland, A Brodeur, T Wright
IZA Discussion Paper, 2020
The effect of terrorism on employment and consumer sentiment: Evidence from successful and failed terror attacks
A Brodeur
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 10 (4), 246-82, 2018
An empirical analysis of taxi, Lyft and Uber rides: Evidence from weather shocks in NYC
A Brodeur, K Nield
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 152, 1-16, 2018
Publication Bias and Editorial Statement on Negative Findings
BP Cristina, A Brodeur
The Economic Journal 130 (629), 1226–1247, 2020
Do higher child care subsidies improve parental well-being? Evidence from Quebec's family policies
A Brodeur, M Connolly
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 93, 1-16, 2013
Neighbors' income, public goods, and well‐being
A Brodeur, S Flèche
Review of Income and Wealth 65 (2), 217-238, 2019
Institutions, attitudes and LGBT: Evidence from the gold rush
A Brodeur, J Haddad
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 187, 92-110, 2021
On the economic consequences of mass shootings
A Brodeur, H Yousaf
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 2023
The short-term economic consequences of COVID-19: Exposure to disease, remote work and government response, IZA Discussion Papers, No. 13159. Institute of Labor Economics (IZA …
LP Béland, A Brodeur, T Wright
Social Science Research Network. https://ssrn. com/abstract 3584922, 2020
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