Ian Keay
Ian Keay
Professor, Economics, Queen's University
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Bowhead whales in the eastern Arctic, 1611-1911: population reconstruction with historical whaling
RC Allen, I Keay
Environment and history 12 (1), 89-113, 2006
The engine or the caboose? Resource industries and twentieth-century Canadian economic performance
I Keay
Journal of Economic History 67 (1), 1, 2007
Canadian manufacturers' relative productivity performance, 1907–1990
I Keay
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 33 (4), 1049-1068, 2000
The first great whale extinction: the end of the bowhead whale in the eastern Arctic
RC Allen, I Keay
Explorations in Economic History 38 (4), 448-477, 2001
Protecting infant industries: Canadian manufacturing and the national policy, 1870–1913
R Harris, I Keay, F Lewis
Explorations in Economic History 56, 15-31, 2015
Trade policy and industrial development: iron and steel in a small open economy, 1870− 1913
K Inwood, I Keay
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 46 (4), 1265-1294, 2013
Transport costs and trade volumes: Evidence from the trans-Atlantic iron trade, 1870–1913
K Inwood, I Keay
The Journal of Economic History 75 (1), 95-124, 2015
Bigger establishments in thicker markets: can we explain early productivity differentials between Canada and the United States?
K Inwood, I Keay
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 38 (4), 1327-1363, 2005
Saving the whales: lessons from the extinction of the eastern Arctic Bowhead
RC Allen, I Keay
The Journal of Economic History 64 (2), 400-432, 2004
Scapegoats or responsive entrepreneurs: Canadian manufacturers, 1907–1990
I Keay
Explorations in Economic History 37 (3), 217-240, 2000
Property rights, resource access, and long‐run growth
I Keay, C Metcalf
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 8 (4), 792-829, 2011
The micro-economic effects of financial market structure: evidence from 20th century North American steel firms
I Keay, A Redish
Explorations in Economic History 41 (4), 377-403, 2004
Diverse paths to industrial development: evidence from late-nineteenth-century Canada
K Inwood, I Keay
European Review of Economic History 16 (3), 311-333, 2012
Aboriginal rights, customary law and the economics of renewable resource exploitation
I Keay, C Metcalf
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques, 1-27, 2004
Immunity from the resource curse? The long run impact of commodity price volatility: evidence from Canada, 1900–2005
I Keay
Cliometrica 9 (3), 333-358, 2015
Assessing the Performance of Canada's Manufacturers: Firm Level Evidence, 1902–1990
I Keay
The Journal of Economic History 60 (2), 497-501, 2000
Technological and organizational change and the employment of women: Early twentieth-century evidence from the Ohio manufacturing sector
M Adshade, I Keay
Feminist Economics 16 (1), 129-157, 2010
The devil is in the details: assessing early industrial performance across international borders using late nineteenth century North American manufacturers as a case study
K Inwood, I Keay
Cliometrica 2 (2), 85-117, 2008
An empty promise: Average cost savings and scale economies among Canadian and American manufacturers, 1910-1988
I Keay
Southern Economic Journal, 374-388, 2003
The Impact of Commodity Price Volatility on Resource Intensive Economies
I Keay
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