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 2005

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2005-4 What Can Be Learned about Peer Effects Using College Roommates? Evidence from New Survey Data and Students from Disadvantaged Backgrounds, Todd R. Stinebrickner and Ralph Stinebrickner

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2005-5 Do Teachers Really Leave for Higher Paying Jobs in Alternative Occupations?, Benjamin Scafidi, David L. Sjoquist, and Todd R. Stinebrickner

Submissions from 2004

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2004-1 Technological Change in the Production of Human Capital: Implications for Human Capital Stocks, Wages and Skill Differentials, Audra J. Bowlus and Chris Robinson

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2004-4 Human Capital Specificity: Direct and Indirect Evidence from Canadian and US Panels and Displaced Worker Surveys, Maxim Poletaev and Chris Robinson

Submissions from 2003

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2003-1 What is the Value Added by Caseworkers?, Michael Lechner and Jeffrey Smith

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2003-2 Equilibrium Policy Experiments and the Evaluation of Social Programs, Jeremy Lise, Shannon Seitz, and Jeffrey Smith

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2003-3 How Robust is the Evidence on the Effects of College Quality? Evidence from Matching, Dan A. Black and Jeffrey Smith

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2003-4 The Determinants of Participation in a Social Program: Evidence from a Prototypical Job Training Program, James J. Heckman and Jeffrey Smith

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2003-5 Does Matching Overcome Lalonde's Critique of Nonexperimental Estimators?, Jeffrey Smith and Petra Todd

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2003-6 Human Capital and Skill Specificity, Maxim Poletaev and Chris Robinson

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2003-7 The Long-term Effects of Graduating from High School During a Recession: Bad Luck or Forced Opportunity?, Audra J. Bowlus and Haoming Liu

Submissions from 2001

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2001-1 Working During School and Academic Performance, Todd R. Stinebrickner and Ralph Stinebrickner

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2001-2 Time Use and College Outcomes, Todd R. Stinebrickner and Ralph Stinebrickner

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2001-3 Peer Effects among Students from Disadvantaged Backgrounds, Todd R. Stinebrickner and Ralph Stinebrickner

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2001-4 Understanding Educational Outcomes of Students from Low Income Families: Evidence from a Liberal Arts College with a Full Tuition Subsidy Program, Todd R. Stinebrickner and Ralph Stinebrickner

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2001-5 Displaced Workers, Early Leavers, and Re-employment Wages, Audra J. Bowlus and Lars Vilhuber