2015 publications

  1. Jasmin Bhawra and Martin J. Cooke and Rhona Hanning and Piotr Wilk and Shelley L. H. Gonneville (2015). Community perspectives on food insecurity and obesity: Focus groups with caregivers of Métis and off-reserve First Nations children, International Journal for Equity in Health, 14(96), 1 - 10. (Project: 13-SSH-SWO-3569 / RDC(s): SWO).
  2. Gang Meng and K. Stephen Brown and Mary E. Thompson (2015). Spatial and temporal patterns of smoking prevalence in Ontario, BMC Public Health, 2015(15), 1-13. (Project: 11-SSH-SWO-2924 / RDC(s): SWO).
  3. Christine Neill (2015). Rising student employment: the role of tuition fees, Education Economics, 23(1), 101 - 121. (Project: 12-SSH-SWO-0512-R001 / RDC(s): SWO).
  4. Abigail Payne and Justin Smith (2015). Does income inequality increase charitable giving?, Canadian Journal of Economics, 48(2), 793 - 818. (Project: 13-SSH-SWO-3522 / RDC(s): SWO).
  5. Christopher J. Ryan and Martin J. Cooke and Scott T. Leatherdale and Sharon I. Kirkpatrick and Piotr Wilk (2015). The correlates of current smoking among adult Métis: Evidence from the Aboriginal Peoples Survey and Métis supplement, Canadian Journal of Public Health, 106(5), 271 - 276. (Project: 13-SSH-SWO-3569 / RDC(s): SWO).
  6. Kate Rybczynski (2015). Gender differences in portfolio risk across birth cohort and martial status, Canadian Journal of Economics, 48(1), 28 - 63. (Project: 12-SSH-SWO-0925-R003 / RDC(s): SWO).
  7. Kate Rybczynski (2015). What drives self-employment survival for women and men? Evidence from Canada, Journal of Labor Research, 36(1), 27 - 43. (Project: 10-SSH-SWO-0133-R004 / RDC(s): SWO).
  8. Tammy Schirle (2015). The effect of universal child benefits on labour supply, Canadian Journal of Economics, 48(2), 436 -463. (Project: 12-SSH-SWO-3111 / RDC(s): SWO).
  9. Jingye Shi and Mikal Skuterud (2015). Gone fishing! Reported sickness absenteeism and the Weather, Economic Inquiry, 53(1), 388 - 405. (Project: 09-SSH-SWO-1638 / RDC(s): SWO).
  10. Julia Woodhall-Melnik and Martin Cooke and Philip L. Bigelow (2015). Serving the fast food nation: Exploring body mass index in food service workers, Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 52(4), 901 - 909. (Project: 12-SSH-SWO-3120 / RDC(s): SWO).
  11. David Zarifa and David Walters and Brad Seward (2015). The Earnings and Employment Outcomes of the 2005 Cohort of Canadian Postsecondary Graduates with Disabilities, Canadian Review of Sociology, 52(4), 343 - 376. (Project: 12-SSH-GUEL-3304 / RDC(s): GUEL) 26.
  12. Curtis, Lori and Rybczynski, Kate (2015) "Are Female Baby Boomers Ready for Retirement?," Population Change and Lifecourse Strategic Knowledge Cluster Discussion Paper Series/ Un Réseau stratégique de connaissances Changements de population et parcours de vie Document de travail: Vol. 3: Iss. 1, Article 3. Available at: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/pclc/vol3/iss1/3.