Centre for Human Capital and Productivity. CHCP Working Papers

 

The Centre for Human Capital and Productivity (CHCP), formerly the CIBC Centre for Human Capital and Productivity, has a broad mandate to study and provide policy advice on issues related to human capital and productivity. In addition to publishing a working paper series, the CHCP sponsors conferences, seminars, and workshops on human capital and productivity. Papers issued before 2016 were published as "CIBC Centre for Human Capital and Productivity Working Papers."

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Submissions from 2018

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2018-1 On the Identification of Gross Output Production Functions, Amit Gandhi, Salvador Navarro, and David Rivers

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2018-2 Parental Support, Savings and Student Loan Repayment, Lance Lochner, Todd Stinebrickner, and Utku Suleymanoglu

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2018-3 Job Tasks and the Gender Wage Gap among College Graduates, Todd Stinebrickner, Ralph Stinebrickner, and Paul Sullivan

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2018-4 Time-Use and Academic Peer Effects in College, Nirav Mehta, Ralph Stinebrickner, and Todd Stinebrickner

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2018-5 Uncertainty about Future Income: Initial Beliefs and Resolution During College, Yifan Gong, Todd Stinebrickner, and Ralph Stinebrickner

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Dynamics of Deterrence: A Macroeconomic Perspective on Punitive Justice Policy, Bulent Guler and Amanda Michaud

Submissions from 2017

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2017-01 Targeting the Wrong Teachers? Linking Measurement with Theory to Evaluate Teacher Incentive Schemes, Nirav Mehta

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2017-02 Modeling Enrollment in and Completion of Vocational Education: The Role of Cognitive and Non-cognitive Skills by Program Type, Leslie S. Stratton, Nabanita Datta Gupta, David Reimer, and Anders Holm

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2017-03 Early and Late Human Capital Investments, Borrowing Constraints, and the Family, Elizabeth M. Caucutt and Lance Lochner

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2017-04 Careers and Mismatch for College Graduates: College and Non-college Jobs, Andrew Agopsowicz, Chris Robinson, Ralph Stinebrickner, and Todd Stinebrickner

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2017-05 Beauty, Job Tasks, and Wages: A New Conclusion About Employer Taste-Based Discrimination, Todd Stinebrickner, Ralph Stinebrickner, and Paul Sullivan

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2017-06 Job Tasks, Time Allocation, and Wages, Ralph Stinebrickner, Todd Stinebrickner, and Paul Sullivan

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2017-07 Social Interactions, Mechanisms, and Equilibrium: Evidence from a Model of Study Time and Academic Achievement, Tim Conley, Nirav Mehta, Ralph Stinebrickner, and Todd Stinebrickner

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2017-08 The Potential Output Gains from Using Optimal Teacher Incentives: An Illustrative Calibration of a Hidden Action Model, Nirav Mehta

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2017-09 Wages and Employment: The Canonical Model Revisited, Audra Bowlus, Eda Bozkurt, and Lance Lochner

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2017-10 The Evolution of the Human Capital of Women, Audra Bowlus and Chris Robinson

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2017-11 Different Paths? Human Capital Prices, Wages and Inequality in Canada and the US, Audra Bowlus and Chris Robinson

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2017-12 Changing Trends in China’s Inequality: Key Issues and Main Findings, Terry Sicular, Shi Li, Ximing Yue, and Hiroshi Sato

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2017-13 Overview: Incomes and Inequality in China, 2007-2013, Chuliang Luo, Terry Sicular, and Shi Li

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2017-14 China's Emerging Global Middle Class, Bjorn Gustafsson, Terry Sicular, and Xiuna Yang

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2017-15 The Increasing Inequality of Wealth in China, 2002-2013, John Knight, Shi Li, and Haiyuan Wan

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2017-16 Public Policy and Long-Term Trends in Inequality in Rural China, 1988-2013, Hisatoshi Hoken and Hiroshi Sato

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2017-17 New Patterns in China's Rural Poverty, Shi Li, Peng Zhan, and Yangyang Shen

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2017-18 Unequal Growth: How Household Incomes and Poverty in Urban China Have Developed since 1988, with an Emphasis on the Period from 2007 to 2013, Bjorn Gustafsson and Sai Ding

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2017-19 Consumption Inequality in Urban China, 1995-2013, Qingjie Xia, Shi Li, and Lina Song