Sarah Miller is a Principal Economist in the Regional Analysis Division in the Canadian Economics Analysis Department. Based at the Atlantic Regional Office, she conducts research, contributes to the quarterly Business Outlook Survey and analyses economic developments in Atlantic Canada. Her primary research interests include labour markets, migration and business surveys.
Born in Prince Edward Island, Sarah holds a Ph.D. in economics from Dalhousie University. She is the president of the Atlantic Association of Applied Economists (AAAE).
Staff Discussion Papers
What’s Up with Unit Non-Response in the Bank of Canada’s Business Outlook Survey? The Effect of Staff TenureSince 1997, the Bank of Canada’s regional offices have been conducting the Business Outlook Survey (BOS), a quarterly survey of business conditions. Survey responses are gathered through face-to-face, confidential consultations with a sample of private sector firms representative of the various sectors, firm sizes and regions across Canada.
Staff Working Papers
- “What Drags and Drives Mobility: Explaining Canada’s Aggregate Migration Patterns”
(with David Amirault and Daniel de Munnik), Canadian Journal of Economics, Volume 49, Issue 3, pages 1035-1056, August 2016.