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Our faculty and students publish academic books and journal articles, policy reports, and journalistic writing and op-eds.
Featured faculty and student publications
- Erica McAdam, Kanna Hayashi, Huiru Dong, Zishan Cui, Kali-olt Sedgemore, Paul Dietze, Paige Phillips, Dean Wilson, M J Milloy, Kora DeBeck (2022) “Factors Associated with Perceived Decline in the Quality of Drugs During the Covid-19 Pandemic: Evidence from Community-Recruited Cohorts of People Who Use Drugs in Vancouver, Canada.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence.
Christopher Cochrane, Ludovic Rheault, Jean-François Godbout, Tanya Whyte, Michael W.-C. Wong, and Sophie Borwein (2021) “The Automatic Analysis of Emotion in Political Speech Based on Transcripts,” Political Communication.
- David A. Green, Jonathan Rhys Kesselman, Gillian Petit, and Lindsay M. Tedds (2021) “Re-Envisaging the Canada Revenue Agency—From Tax Collector to Benefit Delivery Agent,” Canadian Tax Journal
- Sophie Borwein (2021) “Do Ministers’ Occupational and Social Class Backgrounds Influence Social Spending?” Politics, Groups and Identities.
Genevieve LeBaron & Jane Lister (2021) “The Hidden Costs of Global Supply Chain Solutions.” Review of International Political Economy.
Andrew Crane, Genevieve LeBaron, Kam Phung, Laya Behbahani and Jean Allain (2021) “Confronting the Business Models of Modern Slavery.” Journal of Management Inquiry.
Yushu Zhu, Yue Yuan, Jiaxin Gu & Qiang Fu (2021) “Neoliberalization and inequality: disparities in access to affordable housing in urban Canada 1981–2016.” Housing Studies.
Yue Yuan, Jiaxin Gu, Xin Guo, Yushu Zhu, and Qiang Fu (2021) “Detecting Temporal Anomalies with Pseudo Age Groups: Homeownership in Canada, 1981 to 2016.” Population, Space and Place.
- Benoit Dostie and Mohsen Javdani (2020) “Not for the Profit, but for the Training? Gender Differences in Training in the For-profit and Non-Profit Sectors,” British Journal of Industrial Relations.
- Benoit Dostie & Mohsen Javdani (2020) “Immigrants and Workplace Training: Evidence from Canadian Linked Employer-Employee Data.” Industrial Relations.
- David A. Green, Jonathan Rhys Kesselman, and Lindsay M. Tedds (2020) “A Basic Income Is Not as Simple as You Might Think,” Policy Options
- Grace Jaramillo (2020) “Latin America: Trade and Culture at a Crossroads.” International Journal of Cultural Policy.
- Mohsen Javdani (2020) “Visible Minorities and Job Mobility: Evidence from a Workplace Panel Survey,” The Journal of Economic Inequality.
- Mohsen Javdani (2020) “Public Attitudes Toward Immigration - Determinants and Unknowns.” IZA World of Labor.
- Yushu Zhu (2020) “Interests Driven or Socially Mobilized? Place Attachment, Social Capital and Neighbourhood Participation in Urban China.” Journal of Urban Affairs.
Andreas Pilarinos, Brittany Barker, Ekaterina Nosova, MJ Milloy, Kanna Hayashi, Evan Wood, Thomas Kerr & Kora DeBeck (2019) “Coercion into Addiction Treatment and Subsequent Substance Use Patterns Among People Who Use Illicit Drugs in Vancouver Canada.” Addiction.
Brittany Barker, Kali Sedgemore, Malcolm Tourangeau, Louise Lagimodiere, John Milloy, Huiru Dong, Kanna Hayashi, Jean Shoveller, Thomas Kerr, and Kora DeBeck (2019) “Intergenerational Trauma: The Relationship Between Residential Schools and the Child Welfare System Among Young People Who Use Drugs in Vancouver Canada.” Journal of Adolescent Health.
Jonathan Rhys Kesselman (2019) “Policy Options for Retargeting the Canada Child Benefit.” Canadian Public Policy.
- Jonathan Rhys Kesselman (2018) “Can ‘Self-Financing’ Redeem the Basic Income Guarantee? Disincentives, Efficiency Costs, Tax Burdens, and Attitudes,” Canadian Public Policy