Applied Econometrics, Public Policy Evaluation, Health Economics, Labour Economics


Guy Lacroix has a Ph.D. in economics from Université Laval and completed postdoctoral studies at Princeton University. He is full professor in the Department of Applied Economics at HEC Montréal. He specializes in labour economics, applied econometrics and the economics of health. His research work looks at the relationships between income security policy and individuals' behaviour on the labour market, and at measuring the effectiveness of job re-entry policy for individuals with little schooling.
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CIRANO Publications by Guy Lacroix

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Évaluation des interventions axées sur la réinsertion sociale

William Arbour, Guy Lacroix and Steeve Marchand


The Effect of College Education on Health and Mortality: Evidence from Canada

Guy Lacroix, François Laliberté-Auger, Pierre-Carl Michaud and Daniel Parent

Education and Health

Homeownership, Labour Market Transitions and Earnings

Thierry Kamionka and Guy Lacroix

Labour Market

Physical Disability and Labor Market Discrimination : Evidence from a Field Experiment

Charles Bellemare, Marion Goussé, Guy Lacroix and Steeve Marchand


Dynamic Causal Effects of Post-Migration Schooling on Labour Market Transitions

Marie Albertine Djuikom and Guy Lacroix

Education, Immigration and Labour Market
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