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2015
Brochu, P., Green D. A., Lemieux T., and Townsend J. (2015).  The minimum wage, turnover, and the shape of the wage distribution. Vancouver School of Economics Working Paper, Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia. Abstract
W. Riddell, C., and Lemieux T. (2015).  Who are Canada's top 1 percent?. (Green, D., St-Hilaire F., and W. Riddell C., Ed.),{Income Inequality: The Canadian Story}, 45.Montréal, QC: IRPP. Abstract
2014
Boudarbat, B., and Lemieux T. (2014).  Why are the relative wages of immigrants declining? A distributional approach. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 67 (4), 1127-1165., October Abstract
2013
Boudarbat, B., and Lemieux T. (2013).  Les inégalités salariales entre les immigrants et les natifs au Québec. (Godbout, M. Joanis ean, and Duclos J-Y., Ed.),{Le Québec économique 2012. Le point sur le revenu des Québécois}, 383-409.Québec, QC: Presses de l'Université Laval.
2010
Boudarbat, B., Lemieux T., and W. Riddell C. (2010).  The evolution of the returns to human capital in Canada, 1980-2005. Canadian Public Policy, 36 (1), 63-89., March Abstract
Boudarbat, B., Lemieux T., and W. Riddell C. (2010).  The evolution of the returns to human capital in Canada, 1980-2005. Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) Discussion Paper, 46. Abstract
Boudarbat, B., Lemieux T., and W. Riddell C. (2010).  The evolution of the returns to human capital in Canada, 1980-2005. Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network (CLSRN) Working Papers, Abstract
Boudarbat, B., and Lemieux T. (2010).  Why are the relative wages of immigrants declining? A distributional approach. Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network (CLSRN) Working Papers, Abstract
2008
Boudarbat, B., Lemieux T., and W. Riddell C. (2008).  The evolution of the returns to human capital in Canada, 1980-2006. Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network (CLSRN) Working Papers, Abstract