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  • 2014
    • Higgins, C., Paez A., and Kanaroglou P. (2014).  Commuting mode and the creative class: An empirical analysis of individual human capital and mode choice. 
    • Li, Q., and Sweetman A. (2014).  The quality of immigrant source country educational outcomes: Do they matter in the receiving country?. Center for Research and Analysis of Migration (CReAM) Discussion Paper Series, 32 (32/13), London, UK 
    • Philipneri, A., Hanna S., Georgiades K., and Mandhane P. (2014).  A longitudinal analysis of asthma symptoms among Canadian immigrant and non-immigrant children. 
  • 2013
    • Liaw, K-L., and Xu L. (2013).  Changes in wage distributions of wage earners in Canada: 2000-2005. QSEP Research Report
    • Ren, D. (2013).  The effect of changes in maternity leave policies on child health and development in Canada. McMaster Research Data Centre Research Paper
    • Ren, D. (2013).  The relationship between child health and education. McMaster Research Data Centre Research Paper
    • Roham, M., Gabrielyan A. R., Archer N. P., Grignon M. L., and Spencer B. G. (2013).  Health technology intensity calculations: Illustrative example, sensitivity tests, and robustness results. Statistics Canada Research Data Centre at McMaster Working paper, 51
    • Sweetman, A., and Yang W. (2013).  On the margins of medicare: Delisting services from Canadian public health insurance. McMaster RDC Research Paper, Department of Economics. Hamilton, ON: McMaster University. 
    • Yang, W. (2013).  Does compulsory volunteering affect subsequent behaviour?: Evidence from a natural experiment in Canada. McMaster University Department of Economics Working Paper Series
  • 2012
    • Chowhan, J., Zeytinoglu I. U., and Cooke G. B. (2012).  Skilled immigrants and promotion: Good and bad news from Canada. Hamilton, ON 
    • Denton, F. T., and Spencer B. G. (2012).  What happens when Canadian aggregate rates of employment and unemployment change? A note on the differences in response patterns across age and sex groups. Research Institute for Quantitative Studies in Economics and Population (QSEP) Research Report, Hamilton, ON
    • Goshev, S., Veall M., and Yang W. (2012).  Stress as a pathway in the SES-health relationship: Evidence from the Canadian Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers
    • Reano-Alvarez, G. (2012).  The economic returns to receiving higher education outside Canada. McMaster RDC Research Paper
    • Wang, C. (2012).  Mandatory universal drug plan, access to health care and health: Evidence from Canada. McMaster University Department of Economics Working Paper Series, Hamilton, ON 
  • 2011
    • Denton, F. T., Finnie R., and Spencer B. Grant (2011).  The age pattern of retirement: a comparison of cohort measures. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers, Hamilton, ON 
    • Denton, F. T., and Spencer B. G. (2011).  Modelling the age dynamics of chronic health conditions: Life-table consistent transition probabilities and their application. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers, Hamilton, ON 
    • Grignon, M., Spencer B. G., and Wang L. (2011).  Is there an age pattern in the treatment of AMI?. McMaster RDC Research Paper
    • Hurley, J., Jamal T., Grignon M., and Allin S. (2011).  The relationship between self-reported unmet need for health care and health care utilization. McMaster RDC Research Paper,
    • Magnani, E. (2011).  Older workers' training opportunities in times of workplace innovation. Social Science Research Network (SSRN) Working Papers Series, Hamilton, ON 
    • McLeod, L. (2011).  Income-related horizontal inequities in physician use by asthmatics and diabetics: Evidence using linked administrative data from Ontario. McMaster RDC Research Paper
    • McLeod, L. (2011).  The effect of physician supply on the mix of generalist and specialist services used. McMaster RDC Research Paper
    • Roham, M., Gabrielyan A. R., Archer N. P., Grignon M., and Spencer B. G. (2011).  An investigation of the impact of medical technology on physician service expenditures. McMaster eBusiness Research Centre (MERC) Working Paper
  • 2010
    • Grignon, M., Spencer B. G., and Wang L. (2010).  Is there an age pattern in the treatment of AMI? Evidence from Ontario. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers
    • Magnani, E. (2010).  Older workers' training opportunities in times of workplace innovation. McMaster RDC Research Paper
  • 2009
    • Alan, S., Atalay K., Crossley T., and Jeon S-H. (2009).  New evidence on taxes and portfolio choice. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers
    • Atalay, K., Crossley T. F., Alan S., and Jeon S-H. (2009).  New evidence on taxes and portfolio choice. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers
    • Denton, F. T., Finnie R., and Spencer B. G. (2009).  Patterns of retirement as reflected in income tax records for older workers. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers
    • Denton, F.. T., and Spencer B.. G. (2009).  Chronic Health Conditions: Changing Prevalence in an Aging Population and Some Implications for the Delivery of Health Care Services. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers, October 
    • Denton, F.T., Feaver C.. H., and Spencer B. G. (2009).  Cohort working life tables for older Canadians. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers
    • Magnani, E. (2009).  Workforce casualization and training: an enquiry on the intra-firm distribution of gains from flexibility. McMaster RDC Research Paper
    • Magnani, E. (2009).  Vertical disintegration and training: evidence from a matched employer-employee survey. McMaster RDC Research Paper
    • Marsden, D.., and Xu S.. Y. (2009).  Income-related inequity in Ontario GP utilization. McMaster RDC Research Paper 
    • Martinello, F. (2009).  Effects of University Characteristics and Academic Regulations on Students' Persistence, Degree Completion, and Time to Degree Completion. MESA Project Research Paper, Toronto, ON
    • Martinello, F. (2009).  Student persistence and satisfaction with university services in Canada. MESA Project Research Paper, , NovemberSt. Catherines, ON: Brock University. 
    • Mercado, R. G., and Newbold B. (2009).  Car driving and public transit use in Canadian metropolitan areas: Focus on the elderly and role of health and social network factors. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers
    • Rosenberg, M., Wilson K., Abonyi S., Wiebe A., Beach K., and Lovelace R. (2009).  Older Aboriginal Peoples in Canada: Demographics, health status and access to health care. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers, July Hamilton, ON: McMaster. 
  • 2008
    • Allin, S., and Hurley J. (2008).  Inequity in publicly funded physician care: What is the role of private prescription drug coverage?. The Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis (CHEPA) Working Paper Series, McMaster University. 
    • Duncan, L. (2008).  Income and area effects on voluntary association membership in Canada. McMaster RDC Research Paper
    • Duncan, L. (2008).  Income and country poverty effects on active and inactive voluntary association membership: A cross-national comparison. McMaster RDC Research Paper
    • Neff, P. (2008).  Raising an ADHD child: An examination of parental well-being in Canada and the United States. McMaster RDC Research Paper
    • Zeytinoglu, I. U., and Cooke G. B. (2008).  Non-standard employment and promotions: A within genders analysis. McMaster RDC Research Paper 
  • 2007
    • Banks, J., Crossley T. F., and Goshev S. (2007).  Looking for private information in self-assessed health. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers,
    • Denton, M., and Boos L. (2007).  Gender inequality in the wealth of older Canadians. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers
    • Ma, X., and Liaw K.. L. (2007).  The roles of ethnicity and language acculturation in determining the interprovincial migration propensities in Canada: From the late 1970s to the late 1990s. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers
    • Martinello, F. (2007).  Student transitions and adjustments in Canadian post secondary education. MESA Project Research Paper
    • Xu, L. (2007).  Characterization and explanation of the 1996-2001 inter-CMA migration of the second generation in Canada. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers
    • Zeytinoglu, I. U., Cooke G. B., and Harry K.. (2007).  Older workers and on-the-job training in Canada: Evidence from the WES data. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers
  • 2006
    • Ahmed, Naeem, Matthew Brzozowski, and Thomas F. Crossley (2006), Measurement Errors in Recall Food Expenditure Data, SEDAP Research Paper Series, Research Paper # 133 (view pdf file)
    • D. Omariba, W. Rasugu (2006).  Neighbourhood characteristics, individual and household attributes and health perception among elderly Canadians. Population Studies Centre (PSC) Discussion Papers Series
    • Newbold, B. (2006).  Secondary migration of immigrants to Canada: An analysis of LSIC wave 1 data. McMaster RDC Research Paper
    • Tanaka, M. (2006).  The effect of family structure on childhood externalizing behaviour: Results from the National Longitudinal Survey for Children and Youth. McMaster RDC Research Paper
    • Zeytinoglu, I. U., and Cooke G. B. (2006).  Effects of new information technology, innovation and competition on on-the-job training in Canada. 
  • 2005
    • Ahmed, N., Brzozowski M., and Crossley T. F. (2005).  Measurement errors in recall food expenditure data. Research Institute for Quantitative Studies in Economics and Population (QSEP) Research Report
    • Brzozowski, Matthew (2005), Does One Size Fit All? The CPI and Canadian Seniors, SEDAP Research Paper Series, Research Paper # 130 (view pdf file)
    • Poletaev, M., and Robinson C. (2005).  Human capital specificity in Canada: Evidence and implications for policy. Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) Working Paper Series
    • Skuterud, M. (2005).  Explaining the increase in on-the-job search. Family and Labour Studies Division, Statistics Canada, Ottawa, ON 
    • Zeytinoglu, I. U., Cooke G. B., and Jia G.. (2005).  Determinants of on-the-job training in Canada: Effects of workplace characteristics, employment status and personal characteristics on differentiated training experiences.McMaster RDC Research Paper, 8.
    • Zeytinoglu, Isik U., Gordon B. Cooke (2005), Effects of New Information Technology, Innovation and Competition on On-the-Job Training in Canada, IIRA 14th World Congress, Oral Presentation (view pdf file)
  • 2004
    • Hayward, L. (2004).  A cohort and gender comparison of mid-life characteristics associated with residential mobility upon retirement. McMaster RDC Research Paper.
    • Thomas, H., and Boyle M. H. (2004).  Improving the mental health of young children in Toronto: Needs assessment and literature review. McMaster RDC Research Paper
    • Thompson, M.. E. (2004).  Uses of the NPHS in examining health behaviour changes, with particular reference to smoking cessation. South Western Ontario RDC Research Paper Series, Waterloo, ON 
    • Prus, S. G. (2004).  Gender differences in vulnerability to social determinants of health in later-life. McMaster RDC Research Paper
    • Zeytinoglu, I. U., and Cooke G. B. (2004).  Differences in benefits within non-standard employment contracts. McMaster RDC Research Paper
  • 2003
    • Alan, S., Crossley T. F., Grootendorst P., and Veall M. R. (2003).  Out-of-pocket prescription drug expenditures and public prescription drug programs: Provincial evidence from Canada. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers, : McMaster University. 
    • Robb, A.. L., Magee L.., and Burbidge J.. B. (2003).  Wages in Canada: SCF, SLID, LFS and the skill premium. McMaster RDC Research Paper
    • Jeon, S-H. (2003).  A longitudinal perspective on women's labour force transitions: Trigger events. McMaster University Department of Economics Working Paper Series
    • Rajulton, F., Ravanera Z. R., and Beaujot R. (2003).  How cohesive are Canadian CMAs? A measure of social cohesion using the National Survey of Giving, Volunteering and Participating. Population Studies Centre (PSC) Discussion Papers Series, London, ON
  • 2002
    • Dupont, Diane, Anthony J. Ward (2002), The Economic Impacts of Cigarette Tax Reductions on Youth Smoking in Canada (view pdf file)
    • McLeod, L., and Veall M. R. (2002).  The dynamics of food deprivation and overall health: Evidence from the Canadian National Population Health Survey. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers
    • Ostrovsky, Y. (2002), A Longitudinal Study of the Residential Mobility of the Elderly in Canada, SEDAP Research Paper Series, Research Paper # 78. (view pdf file)
  • 2001
    • Prus, S. G., and Gee E. (2001).  Measuring differences in the effect of social resource factors on the health of elderly Canadian men and women. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers