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Olaizola, A., and Sweetman A. (2019).  Brain gain and waste in Canada: Physicians and nurses by place of birth and training. (, Ed.),{Recent Trends in International Migration of Doctors, Nurses and Medical Students}, 123-139.Paris, FR: OECD Publishing. Abstract
Sweetman, A. (2019).  Physician labour supply and remuneration. Hamilton, ON: Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General.
Brown, C., Dobbs G., G. Guindon E., Guo E. Xiaoyu, Anaraki S. Kamali, Ren D., et al. (2017).  Low income health benefits: Summary of results from analyses of survey data. Hamilton, ON: Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (OMHLTC).
Webb, M. D., Sweetman A., and Warman C. (2016).  Targeting tax relief at youth employment. Canadian Public Policy, 42 (4), 415-430. Abstract
Sweetman, A., and Warman C. (2014).  Former temporary foreign workers and international students as sources of permanent immigration. Canadian Public Policy, 40 (4), 392-407. Abstract
Owusu, Y., and Sweetman A. (2014).  Immigration and the health-care workforce in Canada since the global economic crisis. (Dal Poz, M. Roberto, Ed.),{Migration of health workers: WHO code of practice and the global economic crisis}, Geneva, CH: World Health Organization.
Sweetman, A. (2014).  The international portability of migrant human capital: Canadian experiences. (EU, OECD., Ed.),{Matching economic migration with labour market needs}, 229-248.Paris, FR: OECD Publishing. Abstract
Leonard, P. S. J., Sweetman A., and Zhang X. (2014).  Optometry services in Ontario: supply- and demand-side factors from 2011 to 2036. Healthcare Policy, 10 (1), 60-72., August Abstract
Leonard, P., and Sweetman A. (2014).  Paying the health workforce. (Marchildon, G. P., and Di Matteo L., Ed.),{Bending the cost curve in health care: Canada's provinces in international perspective}, 139-168.Toronto, ON: U of Toronto Press. Abstract
Li, Q., and Sweetman A. (2014).  The quality of immigrant source country educational outcomes: Do they matter in the receiving country?. Labour Economics, 26, 81-93. Abstract