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2018
Milligan, K., and Schirle T. (2018).  Health and capacity to work of older Canadians: Gender and regional dimensions. Canadian Public Policy, 44 (2), 159-172. Abstract
Baker, M., Gruber J., and Milligan K. (2018).  The long-run impacts of a universal child care program. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, ePub ahead of print, 1-44. Abstract
2017
Milligan, K., and Schirle T. (2017).  Health capacity to work at older ages: Evidence from Canada. (Wise, D. A., Ed.),{Social security programs and retirement around the world: The capacity to work at older ages}, Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. Abstract
Milligan, K., and Schirle T. (2017).  Health capacity to work at older ages: Evidence from Canada. Abstract
2016
Baker, M., and Milligan K. (2016).  Boy-girl differences in parental time investments: Evidence from three countries. Journal of Human Capital, 10 (4), 399-441. Abstract
Milligan, K., and Schirle T. (2016).  The health and capacity to work of older men and women in Canada. LCERPA Working Paper, Waterloo, ON: Laurier Centre for Economic Research & Policy Analysis (LCERPA). Abstract
2015
Milligan, K. (2015).  Incomes and hardship in early transitions to retirement. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 34 (1), 1-13. Abstract
Baker, M., and Milligan K. (2015).  Maternity leave and children's cognitive and behavioral development. Journal of Population Economics, 28 (2), 373-391., April Abstract
Baker, M., Gruber J., and Milligan K. (2015).  Non-cognitive deficits and young adult outcomes: The long-run impacts of a universal child care program. National Bureau of Economic Research Working Papers, Cambridge, MA Abstract
Milligan, K., and Schirle T. (2015).  Option value of disability insurance in Canada. (Wise, D. A., Ed.),{Social security programs and retirement around the world: Disability insurance programs and retirement}, Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. Abstract
2013
Baker, M., and Milligan K. (2013).  Boy-Girl differences in parental time investments: Evidence from three countries. National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Working Papers, Cambridge, MA Abstract
Milligan, K. (2013).  Employer-provided pensions, incomes, and hardship in early transitions to retirement. CLSRN Working Papers, , AprilOttawa, ON: Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network. Abstract
Milligan, K. (2013).  Income inequality and income taxation in Canada: Trends in the Census 1980-2005. University of Calgary SPP Research Papers, 6 (24), 1-28.
Milligan, K., and Schirle T. (2013).  The retirement income system and the risks faced by Canadian seniors. Waterloo, ON: Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network (CLSRN). Abstract
Almond, D., Edlund L., and Milligan K. (2013).  Son preference and the persistence of culture: Evidence from South and East Asian immigrants to Canada. Population and Development Review, 39 (1), 75-95. Abstract

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