Technical Reports

Technical reports cover a broad range of work of significance to the Bank's functions (Monetary Policy, Financial System, Currency and Funds Management) and policy formulation.

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La non-neutralité du mode de financement du gouvernement

Technical Report No. 36 Paul Masson
It has long been a subject of debate among economists as to whether different methods of financing government expenditures—issuing bonds or raising taxes—will bring about different effects on the economy. The purpose of this technical report is to quantify the substitution effects brought about by tax rate changes and to see to what extent they […]
Content Type(s): Staff research, Technical reports Topic(s): Debt management JEL Code(s): H, H6, H60

Asset Stocks and the Use of Monetary and Fiscal Policies to Reduce Inflation

Technical Report No. 35 Paul Masson
This paper analyzes the dynamic behaviour of a country's economy under different policy regimes, by examining the cyclical effects that occur when certain intermediate macroeconomic targets are adopted. To highlight the differences in the adjustment paths that result, the study deliberately limits policy choice: either money supply or nominal income as targets, and either real […]

Modelling Government Fiscal Behaviour in Canada

Technical Report No. 34 Jack Selody, Kevin Lynch
There are many models of fiscal policy in the economic literature and each has been based on a particular set of assumptions concerning the interaction of policy variables. However, even though these assumptions are critical to the behaviour of the models, there has as yet been no systematic attempt to test their validity or relative […]
Content Type(s): Staff research, Technical reports Topic(s): Fiscal policy JEL Code(s): C, C5, C50, H, H3, H30, H6, H60

An Econometric Model of the Steel Trade

Technical Report No. 33 Richard Dion
In this report, the author uses steel as a case study for an analysis at the industrial level of forces at work in the international economy that have had an important impact on recent Canadian economic performance. Prominent among those forces are cost competitiveness and aggregate demand in Canada and abroad.