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Foley, K. (2019).  The gender gap in university enrollment: Do parents play a role beyond investing in skills?. Canadian Journal of Economics, 52 (2), 441-489. Abstract
Tarasuk, V., St-Germain A-A. Fafard, and Mitchell A. (2019).  Geographic and socio-demographic predictors of household food insecurity in Canada, 2011-12. BMC Public Health, 19 (12), 1-12. Abstract
Obembe, A. O., Simpson L. A., Sakakibara B. M., and Eng J. J. (2019).  Healthcare utilization after stroke in Canada- a population based study. BMC Health Services Research, 19 (March), 1-8. Abstract
Gibson, G., Grignon M., Hurley J., and Wang L. (2019).  Here comes the SUN: Self-assessed unmet need, worsening health outcomes, and health care inequity. Health Economics, 28 (6), 727-735. Abstract
Tarasuk, V., Li N., Dachner N., and Mitchell A. (2019).  Household food insecurity in Ontario during a period of poverty reduction, 2005-2014. Canadian Public Policy, 45 (1), 93-104. Abstract
Jessiman-Perreault, G., and McIntyre L. (2019).  Household food insecurity narrows the sex gap in five adverse mental health outcomes among Canadian adults. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16 (3), 319-334. Abstract
Wang, T., and Zatzick C. D. (2019).  Human capital acquisition and organizational innovation: A temporal perspective. Academy of Management Journal, 62 (1), 1-18. Abstract
Trovato, F. (2019).  The immigrant mortality advantage in Canada, 2001 and 2011. Journal of International Migration and Integration, ePub ahead of print, 1-29. Abstract
Vang, Z. M., and Chang Y. (2019).  Immigrants' experiences of everyday discrimination in Canada: Unpacking the contributions of assimilation, race, and early socialization. International Migration Review, 53 (2), 602-631. Abstract
Laberge, M., and Leclerc M. (2019).  Immigration factors and potentially avoidable hospitalizations in Canada. SSM - Population Health, 7 (April), 1-10. Abstract
Ariste, R., and Béjaoui A. (2019).  Impact of individual and institutional factors on wage rate for nurses in Canada: Is there a monopsony market?. International Review of Applied Economics, 33 (5), 659-681. Abstract
Moustaqim-Barrette, A., Spinelli J. J., Kazanjian A., and Dummer T. J. B. (2019).  Impact on immigrant screening adherence with introduction of a population-based colon screening program in Ontario, Canada. Cancer Medicine, 8 (4), 1-9. Abstract
Bartram, M. H., and Stewart J. M. (2019).  Income-based inequities in access to psychotherapy and other mental health services in Canada and Australia. Health Policy, 123 (1), 45-50. Abstract
Fuller, D., Neudorf J., Lockhart S., Plante C., Roberts H., Bandara T., et al. (2019).  Individual- and area-level socioeconomic inequalities in diabetes mellitus in Saskatchewan between 2007 and 2012: A cross-sectional analysis. CMAJ Open, 7 (1), E33-E39. Abstract
Crespo, S. (2019).  L'écart de faible revenu. Données sociodémographiques en bref, 23 (2), Québec, QC: Institut de la statistique du Québec. Abstract
Kammogne, C. Liliane, and Marchand A. (2019).  Les traits d'identité culturelle en lien avec le statut d'immigrant et l'ethnicité : quel lien avec les symptômes de détresse psychologique et les symptômes dépressifs dans la main-d'oeuvre canadienne? Résultats des neuf cycles de l'ENSP. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 110 (4), 430-439. Abstract
Moussa, E. (2019).  L'extension du congé de maternité au Canada et le travail des mères. Économique. Montréal, QC: Universite du Quebec a Montreal. Abstract
Vézina, S., Bélanger A., Sabourin P., and Marois G. (2019).  Literacy skills of the future Canadian working-age population: Assessing the skill gap between the foreign- and Canadian-born. Canadian Studies in Population, 46 (1), 5-25. Abstract
Summerfield, F. (2019).  Local labour markets and theft: New evidence from Canada. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 81 (1), 146-177. Abstract
Patten, S. B., Williams J. V. A., and Bulloch A. G. M. (2019).  Major depressive episodes and mortality in the Canadian household population. Journal of Affective Disorders, 242 (January), 165-171. Abstract
Walker, E. V., and Davis F. G. (2019).  Malignant primary brain and other central nervous system tumors diagnosed in Canada from 2009 to 2013. Neuro-Oncology, 21 (3), 360-369. Abstract
Moshiri, S., Østenstad G., and Vermeulen W. N. (2019).  Manufacturing in a natural resource based economy: Evidence from Canadian plants. OxCARRE Research paper, Oxford, UK: Oxford Centre for the Analysis of Resource Rich Economies (OxCARRE). Abstract
Thériault, F. L., Garber B. G., Momoli F., Gardner W., Zamorski M. A., and Colman I. (2019).  Mental health service utilization in depressed Canadian Armed Forces personnel. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 64 (1), 59-67. Abstract
Javdani, M., and McGee A. (2019).  Moving up or falling behind? Gender, promotions, and wages in Canada. Industrial Relations, 58 (2), 189-228. Abstract
Dunn, S., Xiong A. Qi, Nuernberger K., and Norman W. V. (2019).  Non-use of contraception by Canadian youth aged 15 to 24: Findings from the 2009-2010 Canadian Community Health Survey. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada, 41 (1), 29-37. Abstract