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CRDCN sessions at CEA meeting

The PowerPoint presentations from the two CRDCN sessions on the longitudinal analysis of health issues and on immigrants and the labour market organized as part of the Canadian Economics Association’s annual meeting are now available. You can also consult the presentations of colleagues using linked census and administrative data files to examine health inequalities over the life course in a panel recently organized by the Population Change and Lifecourse cluster.

In the News

Is Denmark a model to follow when it comes to using administrative data for research purposes? Thirteen researchers from Quebec including colleagues from QICSS argue yes. Read their view in this op ed piece published in Le Devoir.

8 April 2013 - 10:59am |

In the news

Is there a digital divide in Canada? Michael Haight, researcher at UWORDC, used the 2010 Canadian Internet Use Survey to investigate this question. His findings were recently reported in the London Free Press and will be the topic of a luncheon on December 12.

16 November 2012 - 10:06am |

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