Christopher Worswick
Christopher Worswick
Professor, Department of Economics, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada
Verified email at carleton.ca
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Is there a double-negative effect on the earnings of immigrant women?
CM Beach, C Worswick
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques, 36-53, 1993
2241993
Entry earnings of immigrant men in Canada: the roles of labour market entry effects and returns to foreign experience
DA Green, C Worswick
Canadian immigration: Economic evidence for a dynamic policy environment, 77-110, 2010
203*2010
Entry earnings of immigrant men in Canada: the roles of labour market entry effects and returns to foreign experience
DA Green, C Worswick
Canadian immigration: Economic evidence for a dynamic policy environment, 77-110, 2010
203*2010
The earnings of immigrant men in Canada: Job tenure, cohort, and macroeconomic conditions
JT McDonald, C Worswick
ILR Review 51 (3), 465-482, 1998
1591998
Immigrant earnings profiles in the presence of human capital investment: Measuring cohort and macro effects
DA Green, C Worswick
Labour Economics 19 (2), 241-259, 2012
1562012
Immigrant earnings profiles in the presence of human capital investment: Measuring cohort and macro effects
DA Green, C Worswick
Labour Economics 19 (2), 241-259, 2012
1562012
Consumption and income inequality in Australia
GF Barrett, TF Crossley, C Worswick
Economic Record 76 (233), 116-138, 2000
1242000
Vocational education in Thailand: a study of choice and returns
T Moenjak, C Worswick
Economics of Education Review 22 (1), 99-107, 2003
1092003
Education and labor market participation of women in Asia: Evidence from five countries
LA Cameron, J Malcolm Dowling, C Worswick
Economic Development and Cultural Change 49 (3), 459-477, 2001
1092001
The impact of immigration on the earnings of natives: evidence from Australian micro data
T Addison, C Worswick
Economic Record 78 (240), 68-78, 2002
1032002
Unemployment incidence of immigrant men in Canada
JT McDonald, C Worswick
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques, 353-373, 1997
991997
Adaptation and inequality: Children of immigrants in Canadian schools
C Worswick
Canadian Journal of Economics, 53-77, 2004
962004
Wages, implicit contracts, and the business cyle: Evidence from canadian micro data
JT McDonald, C Worswick
Journal of political Economy 107 (4), 884-892, 1999
941999
The earnings of immigrant men in Australia: assimilation, cohort effects, and macroeconomic conditions
JT McDonald, C Worswick
Economic Record 75 (1), 49-62, 1999
881999
Education expenditure responses to crop loss in Indonesia: A gender bias
LA Cameron, C Worswick
Economic development and cultural change 49 (2), 351-363, 2001
812001
Post-migration investments in education and job search: a family perspective
D Cobb-Clark, MD Connolly, C Worswick
Journal of Population Economics 18 (4), 663-690, 2005
762005
The labor market as a smoothing device: labor supply responses to crop loss
LA Cameron, C Worswick
Review of Development Economics 7 (2), 327-341, 2003
762003
Impacts of the point system and immigration policy levers on skill characteristics of Canadian immigrants
C Beach, AG Green, C Worswick
Research in Labor Economics 27 (1115), 349-401, 2007
682007
Immigrant families in the Canadian labour market
C Worswick
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques, 378-396, 1996
641996
School performance of the children of immigrants in Canada, 1994-98
C Worswick
Analytical Studies Branch, Statistics Canada, 2001
602001
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