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2015
McDonald, J. Ted (2015).  Analysis of the Survey of Financial Security (SFS) data in support of the evaluation of the CPP retirement pension and survivor benefits - Final Report. Fredericton, NB: Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).
McDonald, J. Ted (2015).  Analysis of the Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics (SLID) data in support of the evaluation of the CPP retirement pension and survivor benefits. Fredericton, NB: Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).
Kennedy, S., Kidd M. P., McDonald J. Ted, and Biddle N. (2015).  The healthy immigrant effect: Patterns and evidence from four countries. Journal of International Migration and Integration / Revue de l'integration et de la migration internationale, 16 (2), 317-332. Abstract
McDonald, J. Ted, Warman C., and Worswick C. (2015).  Immigrant selection systems and occupational outcomes of international medical graduates in Canada and the United States. Canadian Public Policy, 41 (S1), S116-S137. Abstract
Johnson-Obaseki, S. E., Labajian V., Corsten M. J., and McDonald J. Ted (2015).  Incidence of cutaneous malignant melanoma by socioeconomic status in Canada: 1992-2006. Journal of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Cancer, 44 (53), 1-7. Abstract
Corsten, M. J., Hearn M., McDonald J. Ted, and Johnson-Obaseki S. (2015).  Incidence of differentiated thyroid cancer in Canada by city of residence. Journal of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, 44 (36), 1-5. Abstract
Sweetman, A., McDonald J. Ted, and Hawthorne L. (2015).  Regulated occupations and foreign qualification recognition: An overview. Canadian Public Policy, 41 (S1), S1-S13. Abstract
2011
McDonald, J. Ted, Warman C., and Worswick C. (2011).  Earnings, occupation and schooling decisions of immigrants with medical degrees: Evidence for Canada and the US. (Chiswick, B. R., Ed.),{High-skilled immigration in a globalized labor market: research in labor economics}, Washington, DC: American Entertprise Institute for Public Policy R. Abstract
McDonald, J. Ted, Warman C.., and Worswick C. (2011).  Immigrant selection systems and immigrant selection systems and occupational outcomes of international medical graduates in Canada and the United States. Queen's Economics Department (QED) Working Paper, Kingston, ON Abstract
McDonald, J. Ted, and Worswick C. (2011).  Incidence and returns to apprenticeship training in Canada: The role of family background and immigrant status. Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network (CLSRN) Working Papers, Ottawa, ON Abstract
2005
McDonald, J. Ted, and Kennedy S. (2005).  Ethnicity, immigration and cancer screening: Evidence for Canadian women. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers, Abstract