Stephanie Houle is a Senior Economist in the Canadian Economic Analysis Department. Her research interests include the Digital Economy, Firm Dynamics, applications of Machine Learning to Economics, and International Trade and Finance. Stephanie holds a PhD in Economics from McMaster University.
Staff analytical notes
Staff discussion papers
- "The Curious Incident of Luxury Imports during the Top-Income Surge," joint work with Michael Veall and Pau Pujolas. Economics Bulletin, AccessEcon, vol. 39(2), pages 1479-1487. 2019.
- "An application of machine learning to identify nascent high-growth firms," joint work with Ryan Macdonald. Forthcoming. Analytical Studies Branch Research Paper Series. Statistics Canada.
- "Entry, Survival and Performance of Businesses by Gender of Ownership," joint work with Lydia Couture. Forthcoming. Analytical Studies Branch Research Paper Series. Statistics Canada.
- "Do Investment Agreements Necessarily Cause Offshoring? The Canada-Peru Case," Department of Economics Working Papers 2018-08, McMaster University. 2018.