Oil Price Shocks and Canada's Economic Performance

Dr. Carbone's research shows that - on balance - a negative oil price shock leaves Canadians worse off and its effects are shared broadly across the provinces.  The results fail to support the view that exchange-rate impacts on manufacturing sectors (the so-called Dutch disease) are the dominant impact of oil price shocks.

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