JAMES P. FEEHAN
Professor of Economics, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Editor of Newfoundland and Labrador Studies (www.mun.ca/nls),
Academic Coordinator of the Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Webpage (www.heritage.nf.ca),
Editorial Board Member, Energy Studies Review.
“Canada’s Equalization Formula: Peering inside the Black Box …and Beyond,” School of Public Policy Research Papers, Vol. 7, Issue 24 (University of Calgary), September 2014. click here.
“The Challenge of the Lower Churchill,” chapter 12 in A. Marland and M. Kerby, editors, First Among Unequals: The Premier, Politics, and Policy in Newfoundland and Labrador (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014).
“Electricity Market Integration: Newfoundland Chooses Monopoly and Protectionism,” AIMS Commentary, November 2013. click here.
“Newfoundland’s Electricity Options: Making the Right Choice Requires an Efficient Pricing Regime,” C. D. Howe Institute e-brief, January 2012. click here.
“Capital-tax financing and scale economies in public input production,” (with Mutsumi Matsumoto) Regional Economics and Urban Science, May 2010. click here.
“The Empirical Impact of Public Infrastructure on the Japanese Economy,”(with Christopher Annala and Raymond Batina) Japanese Economic Review, December 2008.
“Labor and Capital Taxation with Public Inputs as Common Property,” (with Raymond Batina) Public Finance Review, September 2007. click here.
Publications dealing with Churchill Falls:
“Smallwood, Churchill Falls, and the Power Corridor through Quebec,” Acadiensis: Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, 2011. click here.
“The Churchill Falls contract and why Newfoundlanders can’t get over it,” (with Melvin Baker) Policy Options, Vol.31, Institute for Research on Public Policy, September, 2010.
“The Churchill Falls Contract: What Happened and What’s to Come?” Newfoundland Quarterly, Vol.101, pp.35-38, Spring 2009.
“The renewal clause in the Churchill Falls Contract,” (with Melvin Baker) Dalhousie Law Journal, Spring 2007, click here.
(For a more complete list of scholarly publications and contributions, click here)
Department of Economics
Room A-2064 (Arts and Administration Building)
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, NL
Canada A1C 5S7
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