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Conférence nationale du RCCDR 2019

24 & 25 octobre  - Halifax, Nouvelle-Écosse

Notre monde change rapidement et la disponibilité de nouvelles données depuis quelques années nous permet de mieux comprendre ces changements et nous aide à relever les défis qui en découlent. La recherche empirique est indéniablement un des principaux outils dont nous disposons pour nous aider à adopter des politiques judicieuses et raisonnées qui amélioreront la vie des Canadiens.

L’accessibilité grandissante aux données administratives et appariées offre aux chercheurs de nouveaux horizons et nous permet de mieux comprendre des questions fondamentales touchant les plus jeunes, y compris le développement néonatal des enfants, ainsi que les plus âgés, y compris la retraite.

Cette année, nous désirons porter une attention particulière aux questions de santé et de bien-être. Indéniablement, ces questions concernent chacun de nous, à tout âge, tout au long de notre vie, peu importe notre province ou territoire de résidence. 

Nos conférenciers invités

  • Erin Strumpf (départements d'économie et épidémiologie), Université McGill.
  • Arthur Sweetman (département d'économie), McMaster University.

Ateliers préconférences offerts le 23 octobre (nombre limité de places)

Les ateliers se dérouleront en anglais.

1A (9h00 - 11h30) Introduction à SAS

1B (9h00-12h00) Quoi de neuf dans les CDR (AM)?

2A (13h00 - 16h30) SAS intermédiaire

2B (13h00-17h00) Quoi de neuf dans les CDR (PM)?

 

Workshops
IMDB Workshop

Longitudinal Data on Immigrants in Canada - Tristan Cayn - Statistics Canada

Analyzing the Longitudinal Immigration Database (IMDB) - Yoko Yoshida - Dalhousie University

Video of the IMDB Workshop Presentations (YouTube)

New and Forthcoming Datasets in the RDCs Workshop

New and Upcoming “Income-Related” Datasets in RDCs - Derek Messacar - Statistics Canada

Sessions
Session 1A - Seniors and Older Workers

Environmental Characteristics Associated with Social Participation of Seniors in Quebec - Daniel Naud - Universitié de Sherbrooke

Employment Income Bunching Among Older Workers: Evidence From Canada's Guaranteed Income Supplement - James Stutely - McMaster University

Session 1B - Drugs and Drug Policy

Mandatory Universal Pharmaceutical Insurance and Prescription Opioid Use - Karen Ugarte Bravo - McMaster University

Spatial Analysis of Cannabis and Tobacco Consumtion Among Canadian Youth and Adults - Dominika Bhatia - University of Toronto

Session 2B - Housing

Intergenerational Income Mobility and Housing in Canada: A Study of Five Successive Birth Cohorts - Marie Connoly - UQAM

Session 2C - Aging

Predictors of Food Insecurity in Seniors: A Canadian Perspective - Natalie Thirakul - University of Toronto

Session 3B - Gender Issues and Gender Gaps

The Gender Pay Gap in the Public Sector: Evidence from the Labour Force Survey - Richard Mueller - University of Lethbridge

The Gender Wage Gap in Canada, 1998-2018 - Rachelle Pelletier - Statistics Canada

Post-Secondary Education and Gender Earnings Differentials: Evidence from PSIS-Tax Linked Administrative Data in Canada - Behnoush Amery - Labour Market Information Council

Session 3C - Food Insecurity and Food Policy

The Development of New Food Environment Measures and their Associations with Diet and Clinically-measured Health Outcomes - Andrew Stevenson - McGill University

Long Run Changes in the Body Mass Index in Three Food Abundant Settler Societies: Australia, Canada and New Zealand - Kris Inwood - University of Guelph

Session 4A - Migration: In and Within Canada

Economic Conditions, Sense of Belonging, and Regional Out-Migration in Canada - Derek Messacar - Statistics Canada

Understanding the Probability of Interprovincial Migration in Canada - Ryan Lochhead and Ather Akbari - Saint Mary's University

Working Breakfast

Measuring the Socio-Economic Gap Between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Communities Over 35 Years: The Community Well-Being Index, 1981-2016 - Tim Leonard - Crown-Indigenous Relations and Norther Affairs Canada

Session 5A - immigrants' Health

Heterogenous Analysis of the Association Between Acute Cardiovascular Events and Earnings in Immigrant Populations in Canada using Longitudinal Data - Sophiya Garasia - McMaster University

Son Preference among Migrants in Canada: Sex-Selective Abortions, Stopping Behaviour and Birth Spacing - Marie-Claire Robitaille - Saint Mary's University

Examining the Relationship Between Unmet Healthcare Needs and Healthcare Service Utilization by Immigrant Status - Dimple Bhojwani - University of Manitoba

Session 5B - Methodological Issues and Innovation

Developing and New Measure of Patient-Physician Attatchement in Health Administrative Databases using Random Forests - Caroline King - McGill University

Session 5C - Education and Training

High School Math and Post-Secondary Schooling in Canada: What can we learn from interprovincial comparisons? - Kelly Foley - University of Saskatchewan

Field of Study and Skill Mismatch Over the Lifecycle - Nicholas Manuel - University of Guelph

The Impacts of Apprenticeship Grants on the Progression and Completion of Apprenticeships - Vincent Paquet - Employment and Social Development Canada

 

Merci à nos partenaires et commanditaires