David Green
David Green
Professor of Economics, Vancouver School of Economics, University of British Columbia
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The great reversal in the demand for skill and cognitive tasks
P Beaudry, DA Green, BM Sand
Journal of Labor Economics 34 (S1), S199-S247, 2016
Assessing empirical approaches for analyzing taxes and labor supply
T MaCurdy, D Green, H Paarsch
Journal of Human resources, 415-490, 1990
Leadership effects: School principals and student outcomes
M Coelli, DA Green
Economics of Education Review 31 (1), 92-109, 2012
The economic goals of Canada's immigration policy: Past and present
AG Green, DA Green
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques, 425-451, 1999
The effect of literacy on immigrant earnings
A Ferrer, DA Green, WC Riddell
Journal of Human Resources 41 (2), 380-410, 2006
Cohort patterns in Canadian earnings: assessing the role of skill premia in inequality trends
P Beaudry, DA Green
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 33 (4), 907-936, 2000
Canadian immigration policy: The effectiveness of the point system and other instruments
AG Green, DA Green
Canadian Journal of Economics, 1006-1041, 1995
Immigrant occupational attainment: Assimilation and mobility over time
DA Green
Journal of Labor Economics 17 (1), 49-79, 1999
Literacy and earnings: an investigation of the interaction of cognitive and unobserved skills in earnings generation
DA Green, WC Riddell
Labour Economics 10 (2), 165-184, 2003
Differences in wage distributions between Canada and the United States: An application of a flexible estimator of distribution functions in the presence of covariates
SG Donald, DA Green, HJ Paarsch
The Review of economic studies 67 (4), 609-633, 2000
Canadian inequality: Recent developments and policy options
N Fortin, DA Green, T Lemieux, K Milligan, WC Riddell
Canadian Public Policy 38 (2), 121-145, 2012
Does industrial composition matter for wages? A test of search and bargaining theory
P Beaudry, DA Green, B Sand
Econometrica 80 (3), 1063-1104, 2012
Changes in US wages, 1976–2000: ongoing skill bias or major technological change?
P Beaudry, DA Green
Journal of Labor Economics 23 (3), 609-648, 2005
Wages and employment in the United States and Germany: What explains the differences?
P Beaudry, DA Green
American Economic Review 93 (3), 573-602, 2003
The goals of Canada's immigration policy: A historical perspective
AG Green, D Green
Canadian journal of urban research, 102-139, 2004
Immigrant earnings profiles in the presence of human capital investment: Measuring cohort and macro effects
DA Green, C Worswick
Labour Economics 19 (2), 241-259, 2012
The impact of minimum wages on labour market transitions
P Brochu, DA Green
The Economic Journal 123 (573), 1203-1235, 2013
Has the Canadian labour market polarized?
DA Green, BM Sand
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 48 (2), 612-646, 2015
Qualifying for unemployment insurance: An empirical analysis
DA Green, WC Riddell
The Economic Journal 107 (440), 67-84, 1997
The declining fortunes of the young since 2000
P Beaudry, DA Green, BM Sand
American Economic Review 104 (5), 381-386, 2014
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