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1975 - 2018

Current editor(s): Herb Emery

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Volume 34, issue s1, 2008

Reflections on the Past, Present, and Future of Employer-Sponsored Pension Plans in Canada pp. 1-6
William Robson
Why We Need a Pension Revolution pp. 7-14
Keith Ambachtsheer
Some Perspectives on Changing the Pension System pp. 15-20
Peter Hicks, Cliff Halliwell, Benoît-Paul Hébert and Gordon Lenjosek
How Vulnerable Are Private Pensions? pp. 21-22
Stephen Bonnar
Everything Old Is New Again: A Reflection on the State of the Defined-Benefit Pension Plan pp. 23-28
Brian A.P. FitzGerald
The Shift from DB to DC Coverage: A Reflection on the Issues pp. 29-38
Bob Baldwin
Underfunding of Defined Benefit Pension Plans and Benefit Guarantee Insurance: An Overview of Theory and Evidence pp. 39-46
Mario Jametti
Canadian Seniors and the Low Income Measure pp. 47-58
Michael Veall
The Impact of Gender and Immigration on Pension Outcomes in Canada pp. 59-78
Patrik Marier and Suzanne Skinner
The Evolution of Elderly Poverty in Canada pp. 79-94
Kevin Milligan
The Adequacy of Retirement Savings: Subjective Survey Reports by Retired Canadians pp. 95-118
Sule Alan, Kadir Atalay and Thomas Crossley
Costs, Savings Incentives and OAS/GIS pp. 119-136
Keith Horner
The Integration of Occupational Pension Policies: Lessons for Canada pp. 137-154
Martin Hering and Michael Kpessa
Pension Provision and Retirement Saving: Lessons from the United Kingdom pp. 155-176
Richard Disney, Carl Emmerson and Matthew Wakefield
Retirement Saving in Australia pp. 177-193
Garry Barrett and Yi-Ping Tseng

Volume 34, issue 4, 2008

Testing and Improving Voters' Political Knowledge pp. 403-418 Downloads
Kennedy Stewart, Patricia MacIver and Stewart Young
Socialists, Populists, Resources, and the Divergent Development of Alberta and Saskatchewan pp. 419-440 Downloads
John Emery and Ronald Kneebone
The Grants are Falling! The Grants are Falling! How Municipal Governments Changed Taxes in Response to Provincial Support in New Brunswick, 1983­2003 pp. 441-456 Downloads
Craig Brett and Christina Tardif
Overeducated Immigrants in the Canadian Labour Market: Evidence from the Workplace and Employee Survey pp. 457-480 Downloads
Steven Wald and Tony Fang
The "Taxing" Issue of Interprovincial and Cross-Border Migration pp. 481-500 Downloads
Kirk A. Collins
Retirement Patterns and the Shortage of Anesthesiologists in Quebec and British Columbia pp. 501-510 Downloads
Michael J. Tessler, Ian Shrier and Russell J. Steele
Fiscal Competitiveness and Total Competitiveness: A Note pp. 511-518 Downloads
Evan Morris
Reply/Réponse ­ Fiscal Competitiveness and Total Competitiveness: A Note pp. 519-520 Downloads
Jack Mintz

Volume 34, issue 3, 2008

Improving the Labour Market Incentives of Canada's Public Pensions pp. 281-304 Downloads
Kevin Milligan and Tammy Schirle
Revisiting Canada's Brain Drain: Evidence from the 2000 Cohort of Canadian University Graduates pp. 305-320 Downloads
David Zarifa and David Walters
The Employment Impacts of Active Labour Market Policy: The Case of SSP Plus pp. 321-344 Downloads
Saul Schwartz and Jeffrey Zabel
Universal Public Health Insurance and Private Coverage: Externalities in Health Care Consumption pp. 345-358 Downloads
Sherry Glied
Mothering Children with Disabilities and Chronic Conditions: Long-Term Implications for Self-Reported Health pp. 359-378 Downloads
Peter Burton, Lynn N. Lethbridge and Shelley Phipps
Electricity Subsidies in Low-Cost Jurisdictions: The Case of British Columbia pp. 379-394 Downloads
Pierre-Olivier Pineau

Volume 34, issue 2, 2008

The Politics of Asymmetrical Federalism: Reconsidering the Role and Responsibilities of Ottawa pp. 143-162 Downloads
Kathy L. Brock
What Explains the Canada-US Labour Productivity Gap? pp. 163-192 Downloads
Someshwar Rao, Jianmin Tang and Weimin Wang
Immigration Wave Effects on Canada's Trade Flows pp. 193-214 Downloads
Jamie Partridge and Hartley Furtan
Differential Grading Standards and Student Incentives pp. 215-236 Downloads
B. Eaton and Mukesh Eswaran
Neighbourhood Effects in Canada: A Critique pp. 237-258 Downloads
Philip Oreopoulos
Marketing Fun Foods: A Profile and Analysis of Supermarket Food Messages Targeted at Children pp. 259-274 Downloads
Charlene Elliott

Volume 34, issue 1, 2008

Who Cares About Mortgage Interest Deductibility? pp. 1-24
Martin Gervais and Manish Pandey
An Evaluation of the Working Income Tax Benefit pp. 25-36
William Scarth and Lei Tang
Welfare Policy, Language Group, and the Duration of Lone Motherhood Spells pp. 37-64
Martin Dooley and Ross Finnie
Health Care Utilization in Canada: Twenty-five Years of Evidence pp. 65-88
Lori Curtis and William J. MacMinn
University Access Amid Tuition Fee Deregulation: Evidence from Ontario Professional Programs pp. 89-110
Marc Frenette
Manufacturing Descent? Labour Law and Union Organizing in the Province of Ontario pp. 111-132
Timothy J. Bartkiw

Volume 33, issue s1, 2007

Human Resources Planning and the Production of Health: A Needs-Based Analytical Framework pp. 1-16
Stephen Birch, George Kephart, Gail Tomblin-Murphy, Linda O'Brien-Pallas, Rob Alder and Adrian MacKenzie
The Relationship Between Physician Hours of Work, Service Volume and Service Intensity pp. 17-30
Sung-Hee Jeon and Jeremiah Hurley
Deteriorated External Work Environment, Heavy Workload and Nurses' Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intention pp. 31-48
Isik U. Zeytinoglu, Margaret Denton, Sharon Davies, Andrea Baumann, Jennifer Blythe and Linda Boos
Finding the Right Mix: How Do Contextual Factors Affect Collaborative Mental Health Care in Ontario? pp. 49-64
Gillian Mulvale and Ivy Lynn Bourgeault
Developing New Strategies to Support Future Caregivers of Older Canadians with Disabilities: Projections of Need and their Policy Implications pp. 65-80
Janice Keefe, Jacques Légaré and Yves Carrière
Market-Modelled Home Care: Impact on Job Satisfaction and Propensity to Leave pp. 81-99
Margaret Denton, Isik Zeytinoglu, Karen Kusch and Sharon Davies

Volume 33, issue 4, 2007

A Cautionary Discussion about Relying on Human Capital Policy to Meet Redistributive Goals pp. 397-418
David Green
Global Warming Damages and Canada's Oil Sands pp. 419-440
Leslie Shiell and Suzanne Loney
Local Willingness-to-Pay Estimates for the Remediation of the Sydney Tar Ponds in Nova Scotia pp. 441-458
Ida Ferrara, Stephen McComb and Paul Missios
Reframing Garbage: Solid Waste Policy Formulation in Nova Scotia pp. 459-476
Travis Wagner
Tobacco Warning Labels and the Protection Motivation Model: Implications for Canadian Tobacco Control Policy pp. 477-486
Magdalena Cismaru and Anne Lavack
Equity in Pharmaceutical Utilization in Ontario: A Cross-Section and Over Time Analysis pp. 487-508
Hai Zhong

Volume 33, issue 3, 2007

NAFTA's Shadow Hangs Over Kyoto's Implementation pp. 285-298
David J. Hornsby, Alastair J.S. Summerlee and Kenneth B. Woodside
Does VQA Certification Matter? A Hedonic Analysis pp. 299-314
Danielle E. Rabkin and Timothy Beatty
Estimating the Impact of Seat Belt Use on Traffic Fatalities: Empirical Evidence from Canada pp. 315-336
Anindya Sen and Brent Mizzen
The Reform of Equalization Payments pp. 337-366
Dan Usher
The Proportion of Ontario Gambling Revenue Derived from Problem Gamblers pp. 367-388
Robert J. Williams and Robert T. Wood

Volume 33, issue 2, 2007

The Design of Regulatory Institutions for the Canadian Telecommunications Sector pp. 127-146
Edward M. Iacobucci and Michael J. Trebilcock
Why Did Employment and Earnings Rise among Lone Mothers in Canada during the 1980s and 1990s? pp. 147-172
John Myles, Feng Hou, Garnett Picot and Karen Myers
Just How Much Bigger Is Government in Canada? A Comparative Analysis of the Size and Structure of the Public Sectors in Canada and the United States, 1929­2004 pp. 173-206
J. Stephen Ferris and Stanley Winer
Recent Chinese Buyout Activity and the Implications for Wider Global Investment Rules pp. 207-226
Agata Antkiewicz and John Whalley
Welfare Reforms and Consumption among Single Mother Households: Evidence from Canadian Provinces pp. 227-250
Matthew Brzozowski
Parental Work Arrangements and Child Development pp. 251-272
Jane Waldfogel

Volume 33, issue 1, 2007

The Potential for Electricity Market Restructuring in Quebec pp. 1-20
Robert Clark and Andrew Leach
Les rendements de la formation en entreprise pp. 21-40
Benoit Dostie and Marie-Pierre Pelletier
Minority Earnings Disparity Across the Distribution pp. 41-62
Krishna Pendakur and Ravi Pendakur
Benchmarking Canada's Performance in the Global Competition for Mobile Talent pp. 63-84
Surendra Gera and Thitima Songsakul
Les prix élevés de l'essence avant les longues fins de semaine: mythe ou réalité ? pp. 85-92
Can Erutku
You've Come a Long Way, Baby? Persistent Gender Inequality in University Enrolment and Completion in Canada, 1979­2004 pp. 93-116
Lesley Andres and Maria Adamuti-Trache
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