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2016
Adsera, A., and Ferrer A. (2016).  The fertility of married immigrant women to Canada. International Migration Review, 50 (2), 475-505. Abstract
Adsera, A., and Ferrer A. (2016).  Occupational skills and labour market progression of married immigrant women in Canada. Labour Economics, 39 (April), 88-98., April Abstract
Adsera, A., and Ferrer A. (2016).  Speeding up for a son? Fertility transitions among Asian migrants to Canada. CLEF Working Paper Series, , MarchWaterloo, ON: Canadian Labour Economics Forum. Abstract
2015
Adsera, A., and Ferrer A. (2015).  The effect of linguistic proximity on the occupational assimilation of immigrant men in Canada. IZA Discussion Paper Series, , NovemberWaterloo, ON: IZA Institute of Labour Economics. Abstract
2014
Adsera, A., and Ferrer A. M. (2014).  The effect of linguistic proximity on the occupational assimilation of immigrant men. Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network (CLSRN) Working Papers, , October Abstract
Adsera, A., and Ferrer A. (2014).  Effets de la proximité linguistique sur l'assimilation professionnelle des immigrants hommes. Série des rapports de recherche du RCCMTC, , October Abstract
Adsera, A., and Ferrer A. M. (2014).  Factors influencing the fertility choices of child immigrants in Canada. Population Studies: A Journal of Demography, 68 (1), 65-79. Abstract
Ferrer, A., and Adsera A. (2014).  The labour market outcomes of married immigrant women in Alberta. Victoria, BC: Government of Bristish Clumbia.
Adsera, A., and Ferrer A. M. (2014).  The myth of immigrant women as secondary workers: Evidence from Canada. American Economic Review, 104 (5), 360-364., May Abstract
2013
Ferrer, A., and Adsera A. (2013).  Age at migration, language and fertility patterns among migrants to Canada. Population Studies, 68 (1), 65-79. Abstract
Adsera, A., and Ferrer A. M. (2013).  Are immigrant women secondary workers?.
Ferrer, A., and Adsera A. (2013).  The fertility of recent immigrants to Canada. Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) Discussion Paper, Bonn, DE Abstract
Adsera, A., and Ferrer A. M. (2013).  The short term fertility of Canadian immigrants around arrival. Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) Discussion Paper, 7289 (7289), Bonn, DE Abstract
2012
Adsera, A., Ferrer A. M., Sigle-Rushton W., and Wilson B. (2012).  Fertility patterns of child migrants: Age at migration and ancestry in comparative perspective. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 643 (1), 160-189. Abstract
2011
Adsera, A., and Ferrer A. M. (2011).  Age at migration, language and fertility patterns among migrants to Canada. Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) Discussion Paper, , MarchRochester, NY: IZA Institute of Labor Economics. Abstract
2010
Adsera, A., and Ferrer A. M. (2010).  Differences in fertility decisions of Canadian immigrant households. (McDonald, T., Ruddick E., Sweetman A., and Worswick C., Ed.),{Canadian immigration: Economic evidence for a dynamic policy environment}, 283-310.Montréal, QC: McGill-Queen's University Press. Abstract
Ferrer, A., and Adsera A. (2010).  The fertility decisions of Canadian immigrants. (McDonald, T., Ruddick E., Sweetman A., and Worswick C., Ed.),{Canadian Immigration: Economic Evidence for a Dynamic Policy Environment}, Kingston, ON: McGill-Queen's University Press.