Labour Economics, Applied Econometrics


Thomas Lemieux has a Ph.D. in Economics from Princeton University. He is a Professor at the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia. He taught at MIT and Université de Montréal before coming to UBC in 1999.

Most of his recent research revolves around the issue of earnings inequality in Canada and other countries. He is also interested in econometric methods used to analyze the earnings distribution and regression discontinuity designs.
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CIRANO Publications by Thomas Lemieux

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Le Québec économique 2012 : Le point sur le revenu des Québécois

Matthieu Arseneau, Dorothée Boccanfuso, Brahim Boudarbat, Nicholas-James Clavet, Jean-Michel Cousineau, Stéphane Crespo, Jean-Yves Duclos, François Dupuis, Pouya Ebrahimi, Bernard Fortin, Nicole Fortin, Luc Godbout, David A. Green, Marcelin Joanis, Guy Lacroix, Thérèse Laflèche, Thomas Lemieux, Steeve Marchand, Kevin Milligan, Marc Pinsonneault, Sylvie Rheault, W. Craig Riddell, Frédéric Savard, François Vaillancourt, Thomas Vigneault and 20 other authors

Experimental Economics

Comparative Advantage, Learning, and Sectoral Wage Determination

Robert Gibbons, Lawrence F. Katz, Thomas Lemieux and Daniel Parent


What Is Happening in the Youth Labour Market in Canada?

Paul Beaudry, Thomas Lemieux and Daniel Parent

Demography and Labour Market

L'évolution du taux d'activité des femmes au Canada, 1976-1994 : Une analyse de cohortes

Paul Beaudry and Thomas Lemieux

Demography and Labour Market
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