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2017
Hu, M., Daley A., and Warman C. (2017).  Literacy, numeracy, technology skill and labour market outcomes among Indigenous Peoples in Canada. SSRN Working Paper, Halifax, NS Abstract
Albouy, D., Lutz C., and Warman C. (2017).  Local labor markets in Canada and the United States. (Oreopoulos, P., and Card D., Ed.),{Public Policies in Canada and the United States}, Cambridge, MA: University of Chicago Press. Abstract
2016
Carpenter, C. S., Dobkin C., and Warman C. (2016).  The mechanisms of alcohol control. Journal of Human Resources, 51 (2), 328-356. Abstract
Webb, M. D., Sweetman A., and Warman C. (2016).  Targeting tax relief at youth employment. Canadian Public Policy, 42 (4), 415-430. Abstract
2014
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
Imai, S., Stacey D., and Warman C. (2014).  From engineer to taxi driver? Language proficiency and the occupational skills of immigrants. Department of Economics Working Paper, Toronto, ON: Ryerson University. Abstract
Imai, S., Stacey D., and Warman C. (2014).  From engineer to taxi driver? Language proficiency and the occupational skills of immigrants. Economics Discipline Group Working Paper, UTS Business School. , FebruarySydney, AU: University of Technology, Sydney. Abstract
Carpenter, C., Dobkin C., and Warman C. (2014).  The mechanisms of alcohol control. Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) Discussion Paper, Bonn, DE Abstract
Warman, C., and Worswick C. (2014).  Technological change and declining immigrant outcomes, implications for income inequality in Canada. Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network (CLSRN) Working Papers, , NovemberVancouver, BC: Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network. Abstract
2011
McDonald, J. Ted, Warman C., and Worswick C. (2011).  Earnings, occupation and schooling decisions of immigrants with medical degrees: Evidence for Canada and the US. (Chiswick, B. R., Ed.),{High-skilled immigration in a globalized labor market: research in labor economics}, Washington, DC: American Entertprise Institute for Public Policy R. Abstract
Imai, S., Stacey D., and Warman C. (2011).  From engineer to taxi driver? Occupational skills and the economic outcomes of immigrants. Queen's Economics Department (QED) Working Paper, Kingston, ON Abstract
Goldmann, G., Sweetman A., and Warman C. (2011).  The portability of new immigrants human capital: Language, education and occupational matching. Queen's Economics Department (QED) Working Paper, Kingston, ON Abstract
Goldmann, G., Sweetman A., and Warman C. (2011).  The portability of new immigrants' human capital: Language, education and occupational matching. Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) Discussion Paper, Bonn, DE Abstract

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