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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Canadian Economics Association

Volume 34, Number 2, May 2001

Education, earnings, and the ‘Canadian G.I. Bill’
pp. 313-344(32)
Authors: Lemieux, Thomas; Card, David

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Occupational gender composition and wages in Canada, 1987–1988
pp. 345-376(32)
Authors: Baker, Michael; Fortin, Nicole M.

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Workplace risks and wages: Canadian evidence from alternative models
pp. 377-395(19)
Authors: Gunderson, Morley; Hyatt, Douglas

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Union suppression and certification success
pp. 396-410(15)
Author: Riddell, Chris

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In and out of the labour market: long-term income consequences of child-related interruptions to women's paid work
pp. 411-429(19)
Authors: Phipps, Shelley; Burton, Peter; Lethbridge, Lynn

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Using the gravity equation to differentiate among alternative theories of trade
pp. 430-447(18)
Authors: Feenstra, Robert C.; Markusen, James R.; Rose, Andrew K.

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Private information for foreign investment in emerging economies
pp. 448-464(17)
Authors: Kinoshita, Yuko; Mody, Ashoka

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International capital tax evasion and the foreign tax credit puzzle
pp. 465-480(16)
Author: Scharf, Kimberley A.

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Endogenous public sector budgeting: to centralize or not?
pp. 504-524(21)
Author: Fearon, Gervan

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Know-how sharing with stochastic innovations
pp. 525-548(24)
Authors: Eaton, B. Curtis; Eswaran, Mukesh

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Price discrimination and quality improvement
pp. 549-569(21)
Author: Glass, Amy Jocelyn

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The markup and inflation: evidence in OECD countries
pp. 570-587(18)
Author: Neiss, Katharine S.

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