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2018
Boyd, M., and Tian S. (2018).  Is STEM education portable? Country of education and the economic integration of STEM immigrants. Journal of International Migration and Integration, 19 (4), 965-1003.
2017
Boyd, M., and Worts D. (2017).  Comparing immigrant children in Canada and the United States: Similarities and differences. (Esses, V., and Abelson D., Ed.),{Twenty-First-Century Immigration to North America: Newcomers in Turbulent Times}, 2, Montréal, QC: McGill-Queen's University Press. Abstract
Boyd, M., and Tian S. (2017).  STEM education and STEM work: Nativity Inequalities in occupations and earnings. International Migration, 55 (1), 75-98. Abstract
2012
Boyd, M. (2012).  Language proficiency, immigrants and civic participation. (Katsas, G. A., Ed.),{Current issues in sociology: Work and minorities}, 241-257.Athens, GR: Athens Institute for Education and Research. Abstract
2011
Boyd, M. (2011).  Accreditation and the labor market integration of internationally trained engineers and physicians in Canada. (Triadafilopoulos, P., Ed.),{Wanted and welcome? Highly skilled immigration policies in comparative perspective}, 165-197.New York, NY: Accreditation and the labor market integration of internationally trained engineers and physicians i. Abstract
Boyd, M., and Laxer E. (2011).  Voting across immigrant generations. (Tepperman, L., and Kalyta A., Ed.),{Reading sociology: Canadian perspectives}, 276-280.Toronto, ON: Oxford University Press.
2010
Boyd, M. (2010).  Reaccreditation and the labour market integration of the internationally trained engineers and physicians in Canada. (Triadafilopoulos, P., Ed.),{Policies for Highly Skilled Immigration in Comparative Perspectives}, London, ON: Springer Publishers.
Boyd, M., and Kaida L. (2010).  Research capsules: Select expert research on foreign credential recognition in Canada. The Metropolis Project, , AprilOttawa, ON
2009
Boyd, M. (2009).  Language at work: The impact of linguistic enclaves on immigrant economic integration. CLSRN Working Papers, , SeptemberVancouver, BC: Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network. Abstract
Boyd, M. (2009).  Official language proficiency and the civic participation of immigrants. Ottawa, ON: Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC). Abstract