Dean Clarence Mountain

Dr. Dean Clarence Mountain

Professor

Finance & Business Economics

Faculty

CONTACT INFORMATION

BIO

Professor Mountain specializes in energy economics, applied econometrics and measurement of productivity and economies of scale in financial institutions. Current research interests include measuring energy conservation at the end-use level and the measurement of economies of scale in financial institutions.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

November 2014

Foreign Direct Investment And Its Determinants: A Regional Panel Causality Analysis

JOURNAL : THE QUARTERLY REVIEW OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE

CONTRIBUTORS: Mw Luke Chan, Keqiang Hou, Xing Li, Dean C Mountain
September 2014

The Implications Of Mean Scaling For The Calculation Of Aggregate Consumer Elasticities

JOURNAL : THE JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC INEQUALITY

CONTRIBUTORS: Frank T Denton, Dean C Mountain
November 2006

Errors Of Aggregation And Errors Of Specification In A Consumer Demand Model: A Theoretical Note

JOURNAL : CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS/REVUE CANADIENNE D'ECONOMIQUE

CONTRIBUTORS: Frank T Denton, Dean C Mountain, Byron G Spencer
April 1999

Factor Price Misspecification In Bank Cost Function Estimation

CONTRIBUTORS: Dean C Mountain, Hugh Thomas
June 1996

Industry-region Load Profiles: Econometric Estimation Based On Marginal Totals

JOURNAL : THE ANNALS OF REGIONAL SCIENCE

CONTRIBUTORS: Frank T Denton, Christine H Feaver, Dean C Mountain, A Leslie Robb, Byron G Spencer
January 1996

The Response Of Aggregate Production To Fertility-Induced Changes In Population Age Distribution

JOURNAL : SOUTHERN ECONOMIC JOURNAL

CONTRIBUTORS: Frank T Denton, Dean C Mountain, Byron G Spencer
July 1995

A Bayesian Integration Of End-Use Metering And Conditional-Demand Analysis.

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC STATISTICS

CONTRIBUTORS: Cheng Hsiao, Dean C Mountain, Kathleen Ho Illman
1989

Technological Innovation And A Changing Energy Mix - A Parametric And Flexible Approach To Modeling Ontario Manufacturing

CONTRIBUTORS: Dean C Mountain, Bill P Stipdonk, Cathy J Warren
January 1988

The Interactive And Causal Relationships Involving Precious Metal.

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC STATISTICS

CONTRIBUTORS: Mw Luke Chan, Dean C Mountain
December 1987

The Response Of An Industrial Firm To Alternative Electricity Rate Structures

JOURNAL : RESOURCES AND ENERGY

CONTRIBUTORS: Frank T Denton, Kevan L Jefferies, Dean C Mountain, A Leslie Robb, Byron G Spencer
August 1987

Economies Of Scale Versus Technological Change In The Natural Gas Transmission Industry

JOURNAL : THE REVIEW OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS

CONTRIBUTORS: Varouj A Aivazian, Jeffrey L Callen, Mw Luke Chan, Dean C Mountain
August 1985

Productivity And Energy Price Differentials

JOURNAL : REGIONAL SCIENCE AND URBAN ECONOMICS

CONTRIBUTORS: Dean C Mountain

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

March 2009

Combining Stated And Revealed Choice Research To Simulate The Neighbor Effect: The Case Of Hybrid-electric Vehicles

CONTRIBUTORS: Jonn Axsen, Dean C Mountain, Mark Jaccard
January 1998

The Load Impact Of A Community Based Energy Efficiency Demonstration Project

CONFERENCE : EXPERIMENTING WITH FREER MARKETS: LESSONS FROM THE LAST 20 YEARS AND PROSPECTS FOR THE FUTURE - VOL 1, CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

CONTRIBUTORS: Dc Mountain, Rb Robinson, F Eaton
1996

A Quadratic Almost Ideal Demand System Estimated With Pooled Regional Time Series: Approximates Aggregation With An Accounting For Age, Cohort, And Trend Effects.

CONTRIBUTORS: Ft Denton, Dc Mountain, Bg Spencer
1989

MODELING ONTARIO REGIONAL ELECTRICITY SYSTEM DEMAND USING A MIXED FIXED AND RANDOM COEFFICIENTS APPROACH

CONTRIBUTORS: C Hsiao, Dc Mountain, Ky Tsui, Mwl Chan

On The Biases In Interpreting Macro Elasticities As Micro Elasticities, And Vice Versa, In An Almost Ideal Demand System

CONTRIBUTORS: Frank T Denton, Dean C Mountain

Exploring The Effects Of Aggregation Error In The Estimation Of Consumer Demand Elasticities

CONTRIBUTORS: Frank T Denton, Dean C Mountain

Taxing A Commodity With And Without Revenue Neutrality: An Exploration Using A Calibrated Theoretical Consumer Equilibrium Model

CONTRIBUTORS: Frank T Denton, Dean C Mountain

Aggregation And Other Biases In The Calculation Of Consumer Elasticities For Models Of Arbitrary Rank

CONTRIBUTORS: Frank T Denton, Dean C Mountain

Exploring The Effects Of Aggregation Error In The Estimation Of Consumer Demand Elasticities

CONTRIBUTORS: Frank T Denton, Dean C Mountain

Age, Retirement And Expenditure Patterns: An Econometric Study Of Older Canadian Households

CONTRIBUTORS: Frank T Denton, Dean C Mountain, Byron G Spencer

Age, Retirement And Expenditure Patterns: An Econometric Study Of Older Canadian Households

CONTRIBUTORS: Frank T Denton, Dean C Mountain, Byron G Spencer

A Model Of Energy Demand In The U.S. Commercial Sector With Declining Rate Schedules

CONTRIBUTORS: Frank T Denton, Dean C Mountain, Byron G Spencer

A Bayesian Approach For Measuring Economies Of Scale With Application To Large Canadian Banks

CONTRIBUTORS: Mw Luke Chan, Dean C Mountain, Dading Li

Energy Use In The Commercial Sector: Estimated Intensities And Costs For Canada Based On US Survey Data

CONTRIBUTORS: Frank T Denton, Dean C Mountain, Byron G Spencer

Errors Of Approximation And Errors Of Aggregation In An Almost Ideal Demand System

CONTRIBUTORS: Frank T Denton, Dean C Mountain, Byron G Spencer

Real-Time Feedback And Residential Electricity Consumption: The Newfoundland And Labrador Pilot

CONTRIBUTORS: Dean C Mountain

A Bayesain Approach For Measuring Economies Of Scale With Application To Large Scale Banks

CONTRIBUTORS: Mw Luke Chan, Dading Li, Dean C Mountain

Real-time Feedback And Residential Electricity Consumption: The Newfoundland And Labrador Pilot

CONTRIBUTORS: Dean C Mountain

ONE SIZE MAY NOT FIT ALL: WELFARE BENEFITS AND COST REDUCTIONS WITH DIFFERENTIATED HOUSEHOLD ELECTRICITY RATES IN A GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODEL

CONTRIBUTORS: Farhad Daruwala, Frank T Denton, Dean C Mountain