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Dr. Kenneth G. Stewart

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Professor; acting undergraduate advisor

Economics

Contact:
Office: BEC 352 250-721-8534
Credentials:
PhD (Michigan)
Area of expertise:
Econometrics, macroeconomics

Bio

Ken Stewart joined the University of Victoria in 1984 prior to receiving his PhD from the University of Michigan in 1986. He had earlier earned an AM in Economics (1980) and an AM in Statistics (1982) from the University of Michigan and an MSc in Economics (1978) from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

His undergraduate degree was an Honours BA with a double major in Economics and Mathematics (1977) from Dalhousie University, where he graduated with first class honours and was awarded the University Medal in Economics in his graduating year.

Interests

  •  econometrics

Courses

Selected publications

  • Stewart K.G., 2022. "How important are land values in house price growth? Evidence from Canadian cities," Canadian Journal of Economics 55(1):249-271. February.
  • Stewart K.G., 2020. "Subsample." Maggino F. (eds) Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research. Springer, Cham.
  • Stewart, K.G. and Li, J., 2018. "Are Factor Biases and Substitution Identifiable? The Canadian Evidence," Canadian Journal of Economics, 51(2), 528-548.
  • Stewart, K.G. "Normalized CES supply systems: Replication of Klump, McAdam, and Willman (2007)," Journal of Applied Econometrics, 2017:1–7.
  • "Treating cross-dependence in event studies: the Canadian income trust leak," with L. Zheng, Applied Financial Economics. 21, 2011, pp. 369-377.
  • "Are sports teams multi-product firms?" with J.C.H. Jones, Empirical Economics. 39, 2010, pp. 487-514.
  • "Non-jointness and scope economies in the multiproduct symmetric generalized McFadden cost function," Journal of Productivity Analysis 32, 2009, pp. 161-171.
  • "International competition in corporate taxation: Evidence from the OECD time series," with M. Webb, Economic Policy, January 2006, pp. 155-201.
  • "Competition within a cartel: League conduct and team conduct in the market for baseball player services," with J.C.H. Jones and D.G. Ferguson, Review of Economics and Statistics, 82, 2000, pp. 422-430.
  • "Gauss-Newton, Milliken-Graybill, and exact misspecification testing using artificial regressions," Econometric Reviews, 19, 2000, pp. 233-240.

Faces of UVic Research video

 In this video, Dr. Stewart discusses the importance of econometrics.