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Peer-Reviewed Papers

  • 2014

    • Chowhan, J. and Stewart, J. M. (2014).  While Mothers Work do Children Shirk?  Television Viewing and Other Determinants of Youth Obesity.  Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy. 36(2).
    • Allison M. Williams, Li Wang and Peter Kitchen. Differential impacts of care-giving across three caregiver groups in Canada: end-of-life care, long-term care and short-term care. Health and Social Care in the Community (2014) 22(2), 187–196.
    • Laura Duncan and Ashley Bonner (2014)Effects of Income and Dental Insurance Coverage on Need for Dental Care in Canada. J Can Dent Assoc 2014;80:e6.
  • 2013

    • Frank T. Denton and Ross Finnie and Byron G. Spencer (2013). The age pattern of retirement: Comparisons of longitudinal, pseudo-cohort, and period measures. Canadian Studies in Population40(3 - 4), 193 - 203.
    • Margaret Denton and Jennifer Plenderleith and James Chowhan (2013). Impact of retirement type on income for people with disabilities. Disability and Society28 (3), 338-352.
    • Margaret Denton and Jennifer Plenderleith and James Chowhan (2013). Health and disability as determinants for involuntary retirement of people with disabilities Canadian Journal on Aging32(02), 159 - 172.
    • Kristin Cleverley and Kathryn Bennett and Eric Duku (2013). The impact of functional impairment on developmental trajectories Journal of Adolescence36 (1), 45 - 53.
    • Bruce Newbold and Darren Scott (2013). Migration, commuting distance, and urban sustainability in Ontario’s greater golden horseshoe: implications of the greenbelt and places to grow legislation The Canadian Geographer57(4), 474 - 487.
    • Wahi, G., Boyle, M. H., Morrison, K., & Georgiades, K. (2013). Body mass index among immigrant and non-immigrant youth: Evidence from the Canadian Community Health Survey. Canadian Journal of Public Health. (accepted)
      Wei Yang (2013). Preferences, social capital, and compulsory volunteering Economics Letters120 (1),  32 - 35.
    • Lytwyn A, O’Meara A, Elit L, Akhtar-Danesh N. (2013) Population study of uterine leiomyosarcoma incidence, mortality and survival. Laboratory Investigation, 93(Suppl. 1): 278A.
    • Daniel J. Corsi and Subu V. Subramanian and Scott A. Lear and Clara K. Chow and Koon K. Teo and Michael H. Boyle (2013). Co-variation in dimensions of smoking behaviour: A multivariate analysis of individuals and communities in Canada Health and Place22( ), 29 - 37.
    • Beth Patterson and Hmwe Hmwe Kyu and Katholiki Georgiades (2013). Age at immigration to Canada and the occurrence of mood, anxiety and substance use disorders. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry58 (4), 210 - 217.
    • Melissa Kimber and Michael Boyle and Ellen Lipman and Scott Colwell and Kathy Georgiades and Sandra Prestion (2013). The associations between sex, immigrant status, immigrant concentration and intimate partner violence: Evidence from the Canadian General Social Survey Global Public Health(7), 796-821.
    • Daniel Harrington and Kathi Wilson and Susan J. Elliott and Ann E. Clarke (2013). Diagnosis and treatment of food allergies in off-reserve Aboriginal children in Canada The Canadian Geographer57(4), 431 – 440.
    •  Mark Ferro and Michael Boyle (2013). Testing measurement invariance and differences in self-concept between adolescents with and without physical illness or developmental disability J Adolescence36 (5), 947 - 951.
  • 2012

    • Michel Grignon, Byron G Spencer and Li Wang. (2012). “L’âge du patient influence-t-il le choix du traitement d’un infarctus du myocarde aigu?” in Le veillissement démographique: de nombreux enjeux à déchiffrer. Eds. Sylvie Rheault et Jean Poirier. Qúebec, Institut de la statistique du Qúebec: Qúebec.  Pages: 207-221.
    • Antonio Paez and Steven Farber. (2012). “Participation and desire: Leisure activities among Canadian adults with disabilities”. Transportation 39(6): 1055-1078.
    • Kristin Cleverley, Peter Szatmari, Tracy Vaillancourt,  Michael Boyle and Ellen Lipman. (2012). “Developmental trajectories of physical and indirect aggression from late childhood to adolescence: Sex Differences and Outcomes in Emerging Adulthood”. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 51(10):1037-1051.
    • Jeff Axisa, Bruce Newbold and Darren Scott. (2012). “Migration, Urban Growth, and Commuting Distance in Toronto’s Commute Shed”. Area 44(3):344-355.
    • Bruce Newbold and Darren Scott. (2012). “What Ontario's Greenbelt and Places to Grow Legislation Means for Commuting in the GGH”. Plan Canada 52(3):13-15.
    • Jeff Axisa, Darren Scott and Bruce Newbold. (2012). “Factors influencing commute distance: a case study of Toronto’s commuter shed”. Journal of Transport Geography 24.
    • Noori Akhtar-Danesh, Alice Lytwyn, Laurie Elit. (2012). “Five-year trends in mortality indices among gynecological cancer patients in Canada”. Gyn Onc 127: 620-624.
    • Laurie Elit, Alice Lytwyn, Noori Akhtar-Danesh. (2012). “Long term trends in the survival of uterine cancer in Canada: A population-based study”. Journal of Cancer Therapy 3: 853-858.
    • Noori Akhtar-Danesh, Laurie Elit, Alice Lytwyn. (2012). “Temporal trends in the relative survival among women with cervical cancer in Canada: A population-based study”. International Journal of Gynecological Cancer 22(7):1208-1213.
    • Kitchen, P., Williams, A., and Chowhan, J. (2012). “Sense of Community Belonging and Health in Canada: A Regional Analysis”. Social Indicators Research 107(1): 103-126.
    • Daniel J. Corsi, Clara K. Chow, Scott A. Lear, S.V. Subramanian, Koon K. Teo and Michael H. Boyle. (2012). “Smoking in Context: A Multilevel Analysis of 49,088 Communities in Canada”. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 43(6):601-610.
    • Samuel Perreault and Tina Hotton Mahony. (2012). “Criminal Victimization in the Territories, 2009”. Juristat Catalogue # 85-002-X Pages: 39.
    • Tina Hotton and John Turner. (2012). ‘Police-reported clearance rates in Canada, 2010”. Juristat Catalogue #85-002-X Pages: 23.
    • Kit-Ngan Young-Hoon. (2012). “A Longitudinal Study on the Impact of Income Change and Poverty on Smoking Cessation’. Canadian Journal of Public Health 103(3): 189-94.
    • Bruce Newbold and David Neligan. (2012). “Disaggregating Canadian immigrant smoking behaviour by country of birth”. Social Science and Medicine 75: 997-1005.
    • James Chowhan, Isik U. Zeytinoglu and Gordon B. Cooke. (2012). “Skilled Immigrants & Promotion: Good and Bad News from Canada”. Proceedings of the 16th ILERA World Congress.
    • James Chowhan, Isik U. Zeytinoglu, and Gordon B. Cooke. (2012). “Are immigrants' pay and benefit satisfaction different than Canadian-born?” Relations Industrielles-Industrial Relations 67(1): 3-24.
  • 2011

    • Mann, S. L. and Chowhan, J. (2011).  Weighting Large Datasets with Complex Sampling Designs: Choosing the Appropriate Variance Estimation Method. Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods, 10(1), 110-115.
    • Mann, S. L. and Chowhan, J. (2011).  Selection Practices in Canadian Firms: An Empirical Investigation.  International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 19(4), 435-437.
    • Cooke, G. B., Chowhan, J., and Brown, T. (2011).  Declining versus Participating in Employer-supported Training in Canada.  International Journal of Training and Development, 15(4), 271-289.
  • 2010

    • Alan, S., Atalay K., Crossley T. F., and Jeon S-H. (2010).  New evidence on taxes and portfolio choice. Journal of Public Economics, 94, 813-823.
    • Allin, S., Grignon M., and Le Grand J. (2010).  Subjective unmet need and utilization of health care services in Canada: what are the equity implications?. Social Science and Medicine, 70 (3), 465-472. 
    • Browne, D. T., Odueyungbo A.., Thabane L.., Byrne C.., and Smart L.. A. (2010).  Parenting-by-gender interactions in child psychopathology: Attempting to address inconsistencies with a Canadian national database. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health, 4 (5), 1-13. 
    • Denton, F. T., Feaver C. H., and Spencer B. Grant (2010).  Cohort working life tables for older Canadians. Canadian Studies in Population, 37 (1 - 2), 175-206.
    • Denton, F.. T., and Spencer B.. G. (2010).  Chronic Health Conditions: Changing Prevalence in an Aging Population and Some Implications for the Delivery of Health Care Services. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 29 (1), 11-21.
    • Diaz-Granados, N.., Georgiades K.., and Boyle M.. H. (2010).  Regional and Individual Influences on Use of Mental Health Services. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 55 (1), 9-20.
    • Duncan, L. J. (2010).  Income and area effects on voluntary association membership in Canada. Canadian Journal of Sociology, 35 (4), 573-594.
    • Farber, S., and Paez A. (2010).  Employment status and commute distance of Canadians with disabilities. Transportation, 37 (6), 931-952.
    • Grignon, M.., Hurley J.., Wang L., and Allin S.. (2010).  Inequity in a market-based health system: Evidence from Canada's dental sector. Health Policy, 98 (1), 81-90. 
    • Grignon, M., Spencer B. G., and Wang L. (2010).  Is there an age pattern in the treatment of AMI? Evidence from Ontario. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 29 (03), 317-332.
    • King, K.., and Newbold K.. (2010).  Later-life migrations in Canada in 2001: a multilevel approach. Journal of Population Ageing, 3 (4), 161-181. 
    • Merchant, A. T., Tripathi A., and Pervaiz F. (2010).  Available energy from soft drinks: more than the sum of its parts. Public Health Nutrition, 13 (12), 1997-1999. 
    • Newbold, B. (2010).  Linking immigrant settlement, health, housing and homelessness in Canada. Canadian Issues, 28-31.
    • Pouliou, T., and Elliott S. (2010).  Individual and socio-environmental determinants of obesity in urban Canada. Health and Place, 16 (2), 389-398. 
    • Quadir, T., and Akhtar-Danesh N. (2010).  Fruit and vegetable intake in Canadian ethnic popluations. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, 71 (1), 11-16.
    • Roorda, M. J., Paez A., Morency C., Mercado R., and Farber S. (2010).  Trip generation of vulnerable populations in three Canadian cities: a spatial ordered probit approach. Transportation, 37 (3), 525-548. 
    • Paez, A., Roorda M. J., Morency C., Mercado R., and Farber S. (2010).  Relative accessibility deprivation indicators for urban settings: definitions and application to food deserts in Montreal. Urban Studies, 47 (7), 1415-1438. 
    • Paez, A., Mercado R. G., Farber S., Morency C., and Roorda M. (2010).  Accessibility to health care facilities in Montreal Island: An application of relative accessibility indicators from the perspective of senior and non-senior residents. International Journal of Health Geographics, 9 (52)
    • Wilson, K., Rosenberg M. W., Abonyi S., and Lovelace R. (2010).  Aging and health: An examination of differences between older Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 29 (3), 369-382.
    • Wilson, K., Rosenberg M. W., Abonyi S., and Lovelace R. (2010).  Aboriginal peoples, health and healing approaches: The effects of age and place on health. Social Science and Medicine, 72 (3), 355-364.
      Zeytinoglu, I. U., Cooke G.. B., and Mann S.. (2010).  Employer offered family support programs and voluntary and involuntary part-time work. Industrial Relations, 65 (2), 177-195.
  • 2009

    • Allin, S., and Hurley J. (2009).  Inequity in publicly funded physician care: What is the role of private prescription drug insurance?. Health Economics, 18 (10), 1218-1232.
    • Cooke, G.. B., Zeytinoglu I.. U., and Chowhan J.. (2009).  Barriers to training access. Perspectives on Labour and Income, 10 (7), 14-25.
    • Cooke, G. B., Zeytinoglu I. U., and Mann S. L. (2009).  Weekend based short workweeks: Peripheral work or facilitating work-life balance?. Community, Work and Family, 12 (4), 409-415. 
    • Merchant, A.. T., Vatanparast H.., Barlas S.., Dehghan M.., Shah S.. M. A., deKoning L.., et al. (2009).  Carbohydrate intake and overweight-obesity among healthy adults. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 109 (7), 1165-1172.
    • Newbold, K.. B. (2009).  Health Care Use and the Canadian Immigrant Population. International Journal of Health Services, 39 (3), 545-565. 
    • Newbold, K.. B. (2009).  The Short-Term Health of Canada's New Immigrant Arrivals: Evidence from LSIC. Ethnicity and Health, 14 (1), 1-22. 
    • Pouliou, T., and Elliott S. (2009).  An exploratory spatial analysis of overweight and obesity in Canada. Preventive Medicine, 48 (4), 362-367. 
    • Pouliou, T., and Elliott S. (2009).  Individual and socio-environmental determinants of overweight and obesity in urban Canada: A multi-level approach. Journal of Urban Health, 86 (3), 369-370.
    • Zeytinoglu, I. U., and Cooke G. B. (2009).  On-the-job training in Canada: Associations with new information technology, innovation introduced and competition experienced by the workplace. Industrial Relations, 51, 95-112.
    • Zeytinoglu, I. U., Cooke G. B., and Mann S. L. (2009).  Flexibility: Whose choice is it anyway?. Industrial Relations, 64 (3), 555-574.
  • 2008

    • Allin, S. and Hurley, J. (2008). Inequity in publicly funded physician care: what is the role of private prescription drug insurance? Health Economics, published online, DOI:10.1002/hec.1428.
    • Cooke, G., I.U. Zeytinoglu, N. Agarwal, & J. Rose (2008). Employee-friendly and employer-friendly non-standard work schedules and locations. International Journal of Employment Studies, 16(2): 31-66.
    • Denton, M. and J. Millen, (2008). Employer Pension Plan Inequality in Canada. Final Report, Human Resources Social Development Canada.
    • Jeon, S. (2008). The impact of lifecycle events on women's labour force transition: a panel analysis. The Economic Record, 84: S83-98.
    • King, K. and Newbold, K.B. (2008). Return immigration: The chronic migration of Canadian immigrants, 1991, 1996 and 2001. Population, Space and Place, 14: 85-100.
    • MacMillan HL, Jamieson E, Walsh CA, Faries EJ, McCue H, MacMillan AB, Offord DR, with the Technical Advisory Committee of the Chiefs of Ontario (2008). First Nations women's mental health: Results from an Ontario survey. Archives of Women's Mental Health 2008; 11:109-115.
    • Miller, J.L., Vaillancourt, T., & Boyle, M.H. (2008). Examining the heterotypic continuity of aggression using teacher reports: Results from a national Canadian study. Social Development, 18, 164-180.
    • Odueyungbo, A., Browne, D., Akhtar-Danesh, N., & Thabane, L. (2008). Comparison of generalized estimating equations and quadratic inference functions using data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth (NLSCY) database. BMC Medical Research Methodology, May 9: 8(1)28.
    • Zeytinoglu, I.U. and Cooke G.B. (2008). Non-standard Employment and Promotions: A Within Genders Analysis. Journal of Industrial Relations, 50(2):319-337.
    • Zeytinoglu, I.U., G.B. Cooke, K. Harry, & J. Chowhan, (2008). Low-Paid Workers and On-the-Job Training in Canada. Relations Industrielles / Industrial Relations, 63(1):5-29.
  • 2007

    • Chowhan, J., and Stewart J. M. (2007).  Television and the behaviour of adolescents: Does socio-economic status moderate the link?. Social Science and Medicine, 65 (7), 1324-1336.
    • Dooley, M.., and Stewart J. M. (2007).  Family income, parenting styles and child behavioural-emotional outcomes. Health Economics, 16 (2), 145-162. 
    • Georgiades, K.., Boyle M. H., and Duku E.. (2007).  Contextual influences on children's externalizing behavior problems: The moderating effects of family immigrant status. Child Development, 78 (5), 1572-1591.
    • King, K.., and Newbold K.. B. (2007).  Onward emigration to the United States by Canadian immigrants between 1995 and 2000. International Migration Review, 41 (4), 909-929. 
    • King, K.., and Newbold K.. B. (2007).  Internal migration dynamics of a Canadian immigrant gateway: Toronto as an origin, way-station and destination between 1991 and 2001. Canadian Journal of Regional Science, 30 (2), 243-262. 
    • Merchant, A.. T., Dehghan M.., and Akhtar-Danesh N.. (2007).  Seasonal variation in leisure time physical activity among Canadians. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 98 (2), 203-208. 
    • Mulvale, G., and Hurley J. (2007).  Insurance coverage and the treatment of mental illness: Effect on medication and provider use. The Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics, 11 (4), 177-199. 
    • Newbold, B. (2007).  Secondary migration of immigrants to Canada: An analysis of LSIC wave 1 data. The Canadian Geographer, 51 (1), 58-71. 
    • Newbold, B., and DeLuca P.. (2007).  Short-term spatial changes to Toronto's immigrant community. Urban Geography, 28 (7), 635-656.
    • Rajulton, F.., Ravanera Z.. R., and Beaujot R.. (2007).  Measuring social cohesion: An experiment using the National Survey of Giving, Volunteering, and Participating. Social Indicators Research, 80 (3), 461-492.
    • Singh, S., and Levine M. (2007).  Potential interactions between pharmaceuticals and natural health products in Canada: Analysis of the National Population Health Survey. Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 47 (2), 249-258.4
    • Vaillancourt, T., Miller J. L., Fagbemi J., Cote, S., and Tremblay R. E. (2007).  Trajectories and predictors of indirect aggression: results from a nationally representative longitudinal study of Canadian children aged 2-10. Aggressive Behavior, 33 (4), 314-326.
    • Woltman, K., and Newbold B. (2007).  Immigrant women and cervical cancer screening uptake: A multilevel analysis. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 98 (6), 470-476.
    • Zhong, H. (2007).  Equity in pharmaceutical utilization in Ontario: A cross section and over time analysis. Canadian Public Policy, 33 (4), 487-508.
  • 2006

    • Alan, S. (2006). Precautionary Wealth Accumulation: Evidence from Canadian Microdata. Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. 39(4): 1105-1124.
    • Brzozowski, M. (2006). Does One Size Fit All? The CPI and Canadian Seniors. Canadian Public Policy, Vol.32(4):387-411.
    • Buckley, Neil, Frank T. Denton, A. Leslie Robb, and Byron G. Spencer (2006). Socio-economic Influence on the Health of Older People: Estimates Based on Two Longitudinal Surveys. Canadian Public Policy, (32) 59-83.
    • Cooke, G.B. & Zeytinoglu, I.U. (2006). Females still face barriers: A commentary on the training gap in Canada. The Workplace Review, May.
    • Denton, Margaret (2006). The Gender Wealth Gap: Structural and Material Constraints and Implications for Later Life. Journal of Women and Aging, Vol 19(3).
    • McLeod, L. and M. Veall (2006). The dynamics of food insecurity and overall health: evidence from the Canadian National Population Health Survey. Applied Economics, 38, 2131-2146.
    • Newbold, K. B. (2006). Chronic conditions and the healthy immigrant effect: Evidence from Canadian immigrants. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 32(5): 765-784.
    • Newbold, K. B. and J. Filice (2006). Health Status of Older Immigrants to Canada. Canadian Journal on Aging, 25(3): 305-319.
    • Ravanera, Z., F. Rajulton (2006). Social Integration over the Life Course: Influences of Individual, Family and Community Characteristics, McQuillan, K. and Z. R. Ravanera (eds)Canada's Changing Families: Implications for Individuals and Society. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 264-92.
    • Singh, S. and M. Levine,(2006). Natural Health Product Use in Canada: Analysis of the National Population Health Survey. Canadian Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 13(2): 240-250.
    • Walters, David (2006). An examination of the school-to-work transitions of male and female college and university graduates of applied and liberal arts programs in Canada. Higher Education Policy, 2 (19).
    • Zeytinoglu, I.U, Cooke, G. (2006). Who is working at Weekends? Determinants of weekend work in Canada. In Boulin, J.Y., Lallement, M., Messenger, J. Michon, F. (Eds.) Decent Working Time: New Trends and Issues, International Labour Office.
  • 2005

    • Alan, S., Crossley , T., Grootendorst, P. and M.R. Veall (2005), Distributional effects of general population prescription drug programs in Canada, Canadian Journal of Economics, 1 (38) 128-148
    • Au, D., Crossley T. F., and Schellhorn M.. (2005).  The effect of health changes and long-term health on the work activity of older Canadians. Health Economics, 14 (10), 999-1018.
    • Chowhan, J., and Buckley N. J. (2005).  Using mean bootstrap weights in Stata: A BSWREG revision. The Research Data Centres Information and Technical Bulletin, 12 (2), 23-37.
    • Dooley, M.., Stewart J. M., and Lipman E. L. (2005).  Exploring the good mother hypothesis: Do child outcomes vary with the mother's share of income?. Canadian Public Policy, 123-144. 
    • Newbold, B. (2005).  Self-rated health within the Canadian immigrant population: Risk and the healthy immigrant effect. Social Science and Medicine, 60 (6), 1359-1370. 
    • Newbold, B. (2005).  Health status and health care of immigrants in Canada: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 10 (2), 77-83. 
    • Zeytinoglu, I. U., and Cooke G. B. (2005).  Non-standard work and benefits: Has anything changed since the Wallace Report?. Industrial Relations, 60 (1), 29-63.
  • 2004

    • Bowlus, A. J., and Robin J-M. (2004).  Twenty years of rising inequality in U. S. lifetime labor income values. Review of Economic Studies, 71 (3), 709-742.
    • Boyle, M. H., Jenkins J.M., Georgiades K., Duku E., and Racine Y. A. (2004).  Differential parenting: Estimating within and between family effects. Child Development, 75 (5), 1457-1476. 
    • Buckley, N. J., Denton F. T., Robb A.. L., and Spencer B. G. (2004).  Healthy aging at older ages: Are income and education important?. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 23 (Supplement 2004), S155-S169. 
    • Buckley, N. J., Robb A.. L., Denton F.. T., and Spencer B.. G. (2004).  The transition from good to poor health: An econometric study of the older population. Journal of Health Economics, 23 (5), 1013-1034.
    • Chowhan, J. (2004).  Stat/Transfer's command files and the efficient transfer of data files. The Research Data Centres Information and Technical Bulletin, 12 (1), 16-21.
    • Curtis, L.. J., Phipps S.., and Dooley M.. (2004).  Child well-being and neighbourhood quality: Evidence from the Canadian National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth. Social Science and Medicine, 58 (10), 1917-1927. 
    • Dooley, M.., and Stewart J. M. (2004).  Family income and child outcomes in Canada. Canadian Journal of Economics, 37 (4), 898-917.
    • Kerr, D.. (2004).  Family transformations and the well-being of children: Recent evidence from Canadian longitudinal data. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 35 (1), 73-89. 
    • McDonald, L., and Robb A.. L. (2004).  The Economic Legacy of Divorce and Separation for Women in Old Age. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 23 (Supplement), s83-s97.
    • Moore, E. G., and Pacey M. A. (2004).  Geographic dimensions of aging in Canada, 1991-2001. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 23 (Supplement 2004), S5-S21.
    • Ostrovsky, Y. (2004).  Lifecycle theory and residential mobility of older Canadians. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 23 (Supplement), S23-S37. 
    • Pierard, E., Buckley N. J., and Chowhan J. (2004).  Bootstrapping made easy: A Stata ADO File. The Research Data Centres Information and Technical Bulletin, 12 (1), 20-36.
    • Prus, S. G. (2004).  A life course perspective on the relationship between socio-economic status and health: Testing the divergence hypothesis. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement,S145-S153.
    • Ravanera, Z.R., Rajulton F., and Burch T.. K. (2004).  Patterns of age variability in life course transitions. Canadian Journal of Sociology, 29 (4), 527-542. 
    • Walters, D. L. (2004).  A comparison of the labour market outcomes of post-secondary graduates of various levels and fields over a four-year cohort period. Canadian Journal of Sociology, 29 (1), 1-27. 
    • Walters, D. L. (2004).  The relationship between post-secondary education and skill: Comparing credentialism with human capital theory. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 97-124.
  • 2003

    • Currie, J., and Stabile M. (2003).  Socio-economic status and child health: Why is the relationship stronger for older children?. The American Economic Review, 93 (5), 1813-1823. 
    • Newbold, B., and Danforth J. (2003).  Health status and Canada's immigrant population. Social Science and Medicine, 57 (10), 1981-1995. 
    • Ravanera, Z.. R., Rajulton F.., and Burch T.. K. (2003).  Early life transitions of Canadian youth: Effects of family transformation and community characteristics. Canadian Studies in Population, 30 (2), 327-353. 
    • Ravanera, Z.. R., Rajulton F.., and Turcotte P.. (2003).  Youth integration and social capital: An analysis of the Canadian General Social Surveys on Time Use. Youth and Society, 35 (2), 158-182. 
    • Prus, S. G., and Gee E. (2003).  Gender differences in the influence of economic, lifestyle and psychosocial factors on later-life health. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 94 (3), 306-309.
    • Walters, D. L. (2003).  'Recycling': The economic implications of obtaining additional post-secondary credentials at lower or equivalent levels. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 40 (4), 463-480.
  • 2002

    • Boyle, M. H. (2002).  Home ownership and emotional and behavioural problems of children and youth. Child Development, 73 (3), 883-892. 
    • Boyle, M. H., and Lipman E. L. (2002).  Do places matter? Socio-economic disadvantage and child problem behaviour in Canada. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 70 (2), 378-389. 
    • Boyle, M. H., and Willms J.. D. (2002).  Impact evaluation of a national community-based program for at-risk children in Canada. Canadian Public Policy, 28 (3), 461-481. 
    • Crossley, T. F., Grootendorst P., Korkmaz S.., and Veall M. R. (2002).  The effects of drug subsidies on out-of-pocket prescription drug expenditures by seniors: Regional evidence from Canada. Journal of Health Economics, 21 (5), 805-826. 
    • Kerr, D.., and Beaujot R.. (2002).  Family relations, low income and child outcomes: A comparison of Canadian children in intact, step- and lone-parent families. International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 43 (2), 134-152. 
    • Lipman, E. L., Boyle M. H., Dooley M.., and Offord D.. R. (2002).  Child well-being in single-mother families. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 1 (41), 75-82.
  • 2001

    • Ravanera, Z.. R., and Rajulton F.. (2001).  Integration at late life: Inclusion, participation, and belonging among the elderly. Demographic Futures in the Context of Globalization: Public Policy Issues, 307-321.