Dr. Secrieru joined the department in 2011, after working as a senior analyst at the Bank of Canada. She holds a PhD in economics from Queen's University (2003), an MA in economics from the Central European University (1997), and a BA in mathematics from the A.I. Cuza University (1994). Dr. Secrieru's research interests are in the areas of industrial organization (mergers, vertical restraints, venture capital and entrepreneurship), public economics (small business taxation and corporate taxation), and international trade (MNEs and FDI).
- Industrial organization
- Public economics
- International trade
- "Real-Financial Linkages in the Canadian Economy - An Input-Output Approach," (with Danny Leung) Economic Systems Research, forthcoming 2012.
- "A Search Model of Venture Capital, Entrepreneurship, and Unemployment," (with Robin Boadway and Marianne Vigneault), in Venture Capital in Europe, edited by Greg N. Gregoriou, Maher Kooli and Roman Kraeussl, Elsevier (2007).
- "Multinationals and Exchange Rate Pass-Through," (with Alexandra Lai) International Finance Review, (2006), vol. 7, p. 339-64.
- "The Economic Theory of Vertical Restraints," Journal of Economic Surveys, (2006), vol 20(5), p. 797-822.
- "Public Venture Capital, Occupational Choice, and Entrepreneurship" (with Marianne Vigneault), Topics in Economic Analysis & Policy, (2004): 4(1).