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Blit, J., Skuterud M., and Zhang J. (2018).  An analysis of the patenting rates of Canada's ethnic populations. Canadian Public Policy, 44 (S1), S125-S145. Abstract
Truong, N.. T. Khuong, and Sweetman A. (2018).  Basic information communication technology skills between Canadian immigrants and non-immigrants. Canadian Public Policy, 44 (S1), S91-S112. Abstract
Bélanger, A., Sabourin P., Vézina S., Marois G., D'Ovidio K., Pelletier D., et al. (2018).  The Canadian microsimulation model (LSD-C): Content, modules, and some preliminary results. INRS Working Paper, Montréal, QC: L'Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS). Abstract
Imai, S., Stacey D., and Warman C. (2018).  From engineer to taxi driver? Language proficiency and the occupational skills of immigrants. Global Labor Organization GLO Discussion Paper Series, Maastricht, NL Abstract
Javdani, M., and McGee A. (2018).  Labour market mobility and the assimilation of young immigrant men. IZA Journal of Development and Migration, 8 (20), 1-28. Abstract
Vézina, S., Bélanger A., Sabourin P., and Marois G. (2018).  Projecting the literacy skills proficiency of the working-age population in a context of high immigration and increasing education levels. Montréal, QC: Centre Urbanisation Culture Société. Abstract
Vézina, S. (2018).  Projection par microsimulation du niveau de littératie de la population canadienne : Regard sur la population immigrante et son intégration sur le marché de l'emploi canadien. Démographie. Montréal, QC: Institut national de la recherche scientifique. Abstract
Blais, P. (2017).  Aller-retour : l'incidence des pratiques et rituels de socialité sur le parcours migratoire des immigrants français au Québec. Département d'anthropologie. Montréal, QC: Université de Montréal. Abstract
McDonald, J. Ted, Farnworth M., and Liu Z. (2017).  Cancer and the healthy immigrant effect: A statistical analysis of cancer diagnosis using a linked Census-cancer registry administrative database. BMC Public Health, 17 (296), 1-14. Abstract
Lu, Y., Kaushal N., Denier N., and Wang J. Shu- Huah (2017).  Health of newly arrived immigrants in Canada and the United States: Differential selection on health. Health and Place, 48 (November), 1-10. Abstract
Diaz, R. Leonora (2017).  Immigration and depression in Canada: Is there really a healthy immigrant effect? What is the pattern of depression by time since immigration?. Community Health Sciences. Calgary, AB: University of Calgary. Abstract
Aydede, Y. (2017).  Immigration and location choices of native-born workers in Canada. Papers in Regional Science, 96 (1), S113-S134. Abstract
Aydede, Y., and Dar A. A. (2017).  Is the lower return to immigrants' foreign schooling a postarrival problem in Canada?. IZA Journal of Development and Migration, 6 (4), 1-25. Abstract
Salami, B., Yaskina M., Hegadoren K., Diaz E., Meherali S., Rammohan A., et al. (2017).  Migration and social determinants of mental health: Results from the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 108 (4), e362-e357. Abstract
Kukaswadia, A. Azam (2015).  Acculturation and health experiences among young immigrant Canadians. Community Health & Epidemiology. Kingston, ON: Queen's University. Abstract
Sapeha, H. (2015).  Explaining variations in immigrants' satisfaction with their settlement experience. Journal of International Migration and Integration / Revue de l'integration et de la migration internationale, 16 (4), 891-910., November Abstract
McDonald, J. Ted, Warman C., and Worswick C. (2015).  Immigrant selection systems and occupational outcomes of international medical graduates in Canada and the United States. Canadian Public Policy, 41 (S1), S116-S137. Abstract
Street, M. Constanza (2015).  La relation entre la migration et la fécondité chez des immigrantes de première génération au Québec. Centre Urbanisation Culture Société. Montréal, QC: Université de Québec. Abstract