Dr. Jen Baggs
Associate Professor; International Business
BA in Economics, University of Alberta; MA in Economics, University of British Columbia; PhD in Commerce, University of British Columbia
|Office: BEC 248|
- Canada-US Free Trade
- Exchange Rates
Jen Baggs primary research interests are in international trade and industrial organization. Her current research explores how free trade agreements and exchange rate fluctuations affect firm survival, growth and financial structure; international trade in hazardous waste; and the effects of competition on incentive based contracts, effort and performance.
Jen conducts her research in association with Statistics Canada and the Entrepreneurship Research Alliance. She is a winner of the European Association for Research in Industrial Economics Young Economists' Award, and the Canadian Economics Association’s Robert Mundell Prize.
Jen teaches in the areas of international business and economics. Prior to joining the University of Victoria, she was an assistant professor at Queen’s University.
*Baggs, J., de Bettignies, J. & Ries, J. (Forthcoming). Product market competition and the returns to talent. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy.
Fung, L., Baggs, J. & Beaulieu, E. (2011). Plant Scale and Exchange-Rate-Induced Productivity Growth.Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 20(4), 1197-1230.
Baggs, J., Beaulieu, E. & Fung, L. (2010). Are Service Firms Affected by Exchange Rate Movements? Review of Income and Wealth, 56(1), 156-176.
Baggs, J., Beaulieu, E. & Fung, L. (2009). Firm Survival, Performance, and Exchange Rates. Canadian Journal of Economics, 42(2), 393-421.
Baggs, J. (2009). International Trade in Hazardous Waste. Review of International Economics, 17(1), 1-16.
Baggs, J. & de Bettigines, J.E.. (2007). Product Market Competition and Agency Costs. Journal of Industrial Economics, 55(2), 289-323.
Baggs, J. & Brander, J. (2006). Trade Liberalization and Financial Leverage. Journal of International Business Studies, 37(2), 196-211.
Baggs, J. (2005). Firm Survival and Exit in Response to Trade Liberalization. Canadian Journal of Economics, 38(4), 1364-1383.
- European Association for Research in Industrial Economics Young Economists' Award
- Canadian Economics Association’s Robert Mundell Prize
- International Business (BCom)