Labour Economics, Applied Econometrics, Economics of Gender, Wage Inequality, Higher Education


Nicole Fortin has a Ph.D. in economics from the University of British Columbia, where she is associate professor in the Vancouver School of Economics.She has three main streams of research. A first stream revolves around wage inequality and its links to labour market institutions and public policies, including higher education policies. A second stream focuses on the economic progress of women, gender equality policies, and gender issues in education. A third stream includes contributions to decomposition methods, namely the widely used DFL reweighting decomposition methodology and the newer RIF (recentered influence function) regression methodology, both published in Econometrica.
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CIRANO Publications by Nicole Fortin

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

Marcelin Joanis, Luc Godbout, Jean-Yves Duclos, Matthieu Arseneau, Dorothée Boccanfuso and 20 other authors

Experimental Economics

Occupational Gender Segregation and Women's Wages in Canada: An Historical Perspective

Nicole Fortin and Michael Huberman

Labour Market

Occupational Gender Segregation : Public Policies and Economic Forces

Nicole Fortin and Michael Huberman


Occupational Gender Composition and Wages in Canada: 1987-1988

Michael Baker and Nicole Fortin


Does Comparable Worth Work in a Decentralized Labor Market?

Michael Baker and Nicole Fortin

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