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Data Probe Economic Consulting Inc.
Labour Market Studies
Non-Standard Employment
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Impact of Non-Standard Employment on Wages and Benefits. Based on the Survey of
Labour and Income Dynamics (SLID).
Human Resources and Skills Development
Canada
(HRSDC), Labour Market Policy, March 2008.

Duration of Non-Standard Employment. Based on the SLID. In
Perspectives on Labour
and Income
, Spring 2005 (Catalogue no. 75-001-XPE). [view]

Precarious Employment: Magnitude and Implications. Based on SLID.
HRSDC, 2004.

Seasonal Employment
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Seasonal Work and Employment Insurance Use. Based on the SLID. In Perspectives
on Labour and Income
, Winter 2003 (vol. 15; no. 4). (with Shawn de Raaf and Carole
Vincent). [view]

Profile of Seasonal Workers in Canada. Based on the Labour Force Survey (LFS).
HRSDC, Learning Employment and Labour Policy, September 2001.

The Approach to Seasonal Employment in the Nordic Countries: A Comparison with
Canada.
HRSDC, Applied Research Branch, August 2001 (with Pat Grady of Global
Economics). [view]

Education and the Labour Market
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Skill Requirements of Jobs and Level of Education of Workers in Canada. Based on
the LFS.
HRSDC, 2005.

The Returns to Education and the Increasing Wage Gap Between Younger and Older
Workers. Based on the SLID and the Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF).
Statistics
Canada, Research Paper Series
, No. 131, May 1999 (with Garnett Picot and Rene
Morissette of Statistics Canada). [view]

An Explanation of the Increasing Age Premium. Based on the SCF.
Statistics Canada,
Research Paper Series
No. 112, June 1998. [view]

Unemployment and Labour Market Adjustment
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Analysis of Labour Market Transitions. Based on the SLID. HRSDC, 2003.

The Dynamics of Labour Market Adjustment in Canada. Based on the Labour Market
Activity Survey (LMAS). Business in Brief,
Canadian Labour Market and Productivity
Centre
(CLMPC), August 1989.

The Nature of Unemployment in Canada: Evidence From Job Vacancy Information.
Based on the LFS and the Help Wanted Index.
CLMPC, Technical Paper Series, No. 1,
1988.

Other Labour Market Studies
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Measuring Occupational Migration Using Employment Insurance Data. New method of
identifying migration flows using the Record of Employment (ROE), the EI Status
Vector (SV) and the Business Register.
HRSDC 2008.

Employer Sponsored Non-Wage Benefits. Based on the SLID and the
Workplace-Employee Survey (WES).
HRSDC 2008.

Econometric Estimation of Labour Supply Functions. Based on the SCF.
University of
Rochester
, Doctoral Dissertation, 1975.