Kurt See is a Principal Researcher in the Canadian Economic Analysis Department. His primary research interests include macroeconomics, labour economics, and public economics. Kurt See received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Minnesota.
Staff analytical notes
Staff discussion papers
Staff working papers
“The Heterogeneous Effects of COVID-19 on Canadian Household Consumption, Debt and Savings,” (with Jim MacGee and Thomas Pugh), Canadian Journal of Economics 55, no. S1 (2022): 54-87.
“Labor Market Policies During an Epidemic,” (with Serdar Birinci, Fatih Karahan, and Yusuf Mercan), Journal of Public Economics 194, no. 104348 (2021).
“What Do Survey Data Tell Us about U.S. Businesses?,” (with Anmol Bhandari, Serdar Birinci, and Ellen McGrattan), American Economic Review: Insights 2, no. 4 (2020): 443-458.
Work in progress
“Labor Market Responses to Unemployment Insurance: The Role of Heterogeneity” (with Serdar Birinci)
“Job Applications and Labor Market Flows” (with Serdar Birinci and Shu Lin Wee)
“Immigrant misallocation” (with Serdar Birinci and Fernando Leibovici)