Huw Lloyd-Ellis has over 25 years of experience conducting academic research in a broad range of areas, including economic development, growth and inequality, economic fluctuations, fiscal policy and housing. His research has been published in leading academic journals, including the American Economic Review, the Review of Economic Studies and the International Economic Review. Huw has taken on several administrative roles, including head of the Queen’s Economics Department (2013-2019). He teaches development economics and macroeconomics at both the undergraduate and graduate level.
- “Heterogeneity, Frictional Assignment and Home-ownership,” with Allen Head and Derek Stacey. International Economic Review, vol. 64 (3), August 2023, pp. 1265-1308.
- “Heterogeneous effects of oil price fluctuations: Evidence from a non-parametric panel data model in Canada,” with Mohsen Bakhshi Moghaddam. Energy Economics, vol. 110, June 2022.
- "Quantifying the Economics Impacts of COVID-19 Policy Responses on Canada's Provinces in (Almost) Real Time," with Christopher Cotton, Bahman Kashi, Frederic Tremblay and Brett Crowley. Canadian Journal of Economics, vol. 54, July 2021.
- "Has Canadian House Price Growth been Excessive?" with Allen Head. Canadian Journal of Economics, vol. 49 (4), November 2016, pp. 1367-1400.
- "Search, liquidity and the dynamics of house prices and construction" with Allen Head and Amy Sun. American Economic Review, vol. 104 (4), April 2014, pp. 1172-1210.
- "Implementation Cycles, Growth and the Labour Market" with Patrick Francois, B.E. Journals in Macroeconomics, July 2013.
- “Housing Liquidity, Mobility and the Labour Market,” with Allen Head, Review of Economic Studies, vol. 79(4), October 2012, pp. 1559-1589.
- "Schumpeterian Business Cycles with Pro-Cyclical R&D" with Patrick Francois, Review of Economic Dynamics, vol 12 (4), October 2009, pp. 567-591.