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2019
Leonard, P., McDonald T., and Balzer A. (2019).  Comparisons of high school equivalency and high school diplomas in NB. Fredericton, NB: New Brunswick Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour. Abstract
Emery, H., Tarasuk V., Guo X., Daigle B., Dutton D., Leonard P., et al. (2019).  Tobacco use and food insecurity in New Brunswick. Fredericton, NB: New Brunswick Institute for Research, Data and Training, New Brunswick Department of Social Developm. Abstract
2012
Worswick, C., McDonald T., and Haan M. (2012).  How do the returns to education compare to the returns to work experience?. Ottawa, ON: Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC). 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.
McDonald, J. Ted, and Worswick C. (2010).  Visible minority status, immigrant status and earnings in Canada: A cohort analysis. (McDonald, T., Ruddick E., Sweetman A., and Worswick C., Ed.),{Canadian immigration: Economic evidence for dynamic policy environment}, 111-145.Kingston, ON: McGill Queens UP. Abstract
2004
Audas, R., and McDonald T. (2004).  Rural-urban migration in the 1990s. Canadian Social Trends, 73, 17-24., June Abstract