David R. F. Love

Associate Professor, Economics


Office: Plaza 447
905-688-5550 x3330


Ph.D. Queen’s University (1992)
M.A. Queen’s University (1988)
B.A. University of Toronto (1987)

Research Interests 

Macroeconomics, Numerical Methods, Applied Econometrics

“Revisiting Deterministic Extended-Path: a Simple and Accurate Solution Method for Macroeconomic Models”, International Journal of Computational Economics and Econometrics, Vol. 1, Nos. 3/4, 2010, pp. 309-316.

“Aggregate Comovements, Anticipation, and Business Cycles”, OECD Journal of Business Cycle Measurement and Analysis, Volume 2011/1, pp. 1-18.

Inflation, Welfare, and the Time-Costs of Transacting, with Jean-François Wen.
Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. 32, No. 1, Feb. 1999. pp. 171-194.

Evaluating Tax Reforms in a Monetary Economy, with Jean-François Wen.
Journal of Macroeconomics , Vol. 20, Number 3, Summer 1998. pp. 487-508.

A Dynamic General Equilibrium Model of Industrialization when Manufactures are Unnecessary,
Journal of Development Economics , Vol. 54 (1997), pp. 357-385.

Inequality, Growth, and the Role of Government, with Huw Lloyd-Ellis, in Equality and Prosperity;
Finding Common Ground, C.D. Howe Institute volume, June 1997.