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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
Choi, Y. (2018).  Essays on parental leave and family labour supply. Department of Economics. London, ON: University of Western Ontario. 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
Houshmand, M., Seidel M-D. L., and Ma D. G. (2014).  Beneficial 'child labor': The impact of adolescent work on future professional outcomes. Research in the Sociology of Work, 25, 191-220. 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
Zhao, L. (2014).  Labour market outcomes of immigrant youth with after-migration Canadian post-secondary vocational education. Department of Educational Psychology. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta. Abstract
Bernier, A. (2014).  L'étude des effets possibles de la formation sur la productivité : l'apport des données longitudinales. Industrial Relations / Relations industriellesRelations, 69 (2), 366-387. Abstract
Adsera, A., and Ferrer A. M. (2014).  The myth of immigrant women as secondary workers: Evidence from Canada. American Economic Review, 104 (5), 360-364., May Abstract
Riddell, C., and W. Riddell C. (2014).  The pitfalls of work requirements in welfare-to-work policies: Experimental evidence on human capital accumulation in the Self-Sufficiency Project. Journal of Public Economics, 117 (September), 39-49. Abstract
Ferrer, A., and Menendez A. (2014).  The puzzling effect of delaying schooling on Canadian wages. Canadian Public Policy, 40 (3), 197-208. 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
Bourbeau, E., Lefebvre P., and Merrigan P. (2012).  The evolution of the returns to education for 21- to 35-year-olds in Canada and across provinces: Results from the 1991-2006 analytical census files. Canadian Public Policy, 38 (4), 531-549. Abstract
Boudarbat, B., and Connolly M. (2012).  Exode des cerveaux: Pourquoi certains diplômés d'études postsecondaires choisissent-ils de travailler aux États-Unis?. Ottawa, ON: Ressources humaines et développement des compétences Canada. Abstract
Akpemado, A. Mawulé Iz (2012).  Le rendement salarial provincial des diplômes d'études techniques et professionnelles chez les jeunes hommes et femmes de 20-35 ans. Département d'économie. , JulyMontréal, QC: Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). Abstract
Kambourov, G., Manovsk, ii I., and Plesca M. (2012).  Occupational mobility and the returns to training. Working Paper, Department of Economics. , FebruaryToronto, ON: University of Toronto. Abstract
Raza, M. M. (2012).  Social and human capital: The determinants of economic integration of South Asian immigrants in Canada. Department of Sociology. London, ON: University of Western Ontario. Abstract
Liu, X. (2012).  Three essays on educational decisions and labor market outcomes of youths: an empirical analysis of second generation immigrants and ethnic minorities. Department of Economics. Montréal, QC: Concordia University. 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
Li, P. S. (2011).  Immigrants from China to Canada: Issues of supply and demand of human capital. (Suryadinata, L., Ed.),{Migration, indigenization, and interaction: Chinese overseas and globalization}, 73-95.Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific Publishing. Abstract