James Fudurich

Economist

James is an economist in the Canadian Economic Analysis department, based in the Ontario Regional Office. He conducts research and analysis on key sectors of the Ontario economy and contributes to the quarterly Business Outlook Survey.

Contact

Economist
Canadian Economic Analysis
Regional Analysis

Bank of Canada
150 King Street West, Suite 2000
Toronto, ON, M5H 1J9

Latest

Digital Transformation in the Service Sector: Insights from Consultations with Firms in Wholesale, Retail and Logistics

Staff Analytical Note 2017-19 Wei Dong, James Fudurich, Lena Suchanek
Firms increasingly rely on digital technologies such as e-commerce, cloud computing, big data, digital tracking and digital platforms that are reshaping business operations, business models and market structures. In this context, the Bank of Canada consulted with firms in wholesale, retail and logistics, as well as with related industry associations to yield insights on the adoption of digital technologies.
Content Type(s): Staff Research, Staff Analytical Notes Topic(s): Firm dynamics, Inflation and prices, Service Sector JEL Code(s): D, D2, D22, E, E3, E31, L, L8, L81, L9, L92, O, O3, O33

The Digital Economy—Insight from a Special Survey with IT Service Exporters

Staff Discussion Paper 2016-21 Wei Dong, James Fudurich, Lena Suchanek
Information technology (IT) is an increasingly integral part of everyday business and personal life reflecting the ongoing and accelerating digital transformation of the economy. In this paper, we present information gathered from a survey with export-oriented firms in the Canadian IT service industry and consultations with industry associations aimed at shedding light on this small but highly dynamic sector.
Content Type(s): Staff Research, Staff Discussion Papers Topic(s): Firm dynamics, Service Sector JEL Code(s): D, D2, D22, L, L8, L86, O, O3, O33

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Education

MA Wilfrid Laurier University

Research Interests

Digitalization
Trade
Labour markets

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