Schirle, T. Forthcoming. "The gender wage gap in the Canadian provinces, 1997-2014." Canadian Public Policy, December 2015. Pre-publication draft.
Legree, S., T. Schirle and M. Skuterud. Forthcoming. "Can Labour Relations Reform Reduce Wage Inequality? Evidence from the Canadian Provinces." in Income Inequality: The Canadian Story. David A. Green, W. Craig Riddell and France St-Hilaire, eds. More info.
Schirle, T. 2015 (Forthcoming). "The effect of universal child benefits on labour supply." Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. 48, No. 2, May 2015. Pre-Publication Draft.
Milligan, K. and T. Schirle. Forthcoming. "Option Value of Disability Insurance in Canada." in Social Security Programs and Retirement Around the World: Disability Insurance Programs and Retirement, David A. Wise (ed.) NBER Book Series. University of Chicago Press. Details
Ariizumi, H., Y. Hu, and T. Schirle. 2015. "Stand together or alone? Family structure and the business cycle in Canada" Review of Economics of the Household, Vol. 13, Issue 1, pp. 135-161. Details
Milligan, K. and T. Schirle. 2014. "Simulated Replacement Rates for CPP Reform Options." The School of Public Policy SPP Research Papers, Volume 7, Issue 7, March 2014. PDF
Ariizumi, H. and T. Schirle. 2012. "Are Recessions Really Good for Your Health? Evidence From Canada" Social Science & Medicine, , Vol. 74, pp. 1224-1231. Publication.
Schirle, T. 2012. "Age-adjusted measures of earnings inequality in the United States, 1980-2010." Economics Bulletin, Vol. 32, no.3, pp. 2662-2669. Details.
Laurin, A., K. Milligan and T. Schirle. 2012. "Comparing nest eggs: how CPP reform affects retirement choices." C.D. Howe Institute Commentary No. 352, May 2012. Details.
Schirle, T. 2012. "Wage Losses of Displaced Older Men: Does Selective Retirement Bias Results?"Canadian Public Policy, Vol. 38(1) March 2012, pp. 1-13. CPP Publication
Morissette, R., Y. Lu, and T. Schirle. 2011. "The Growth in Family Earnings Inequality in Canada, 1980-2005" . Review of Income and Wealth, Vol. 57 issue 1, pp. 23-39. Publication.
Schirle, T. 2010. "Health, Pensions, and the Retirement Decision: Evidence from Canada" Canadian Journal On Aging, Vol. 29 no. 4, pp. 519-527. CJA Publication.
Milligan, K. and T. Schirle. 2009. "Working while receiving a pension: Will double dipping change the elderly labour market?" in Retirement Policy Issues in Canada. Edited by Michael G. Abbott, Charles M. Beach, Robin W. Boadway, and James G. MacKinnon. 2009.
Neill, C. and T. Schirle. 2009. "Remain , retrain or retire: Options for older workers following job loss" in Retirement Policy Issues in Canada. Edited by Michael G. Abbott, Charles M. Beach, Robin W. Boadway, and James G. MacKinnon. 2009.
Schirle, T. 2008."Why Have the Labour Force Participation Rates of Older Men Increased Since the Mid-1990s?" Journal of Labor Economics. Vol. 26 no.4 (October 2008) pp. 549-594. JoLE Publication
Milligan, K. and T. Schirle. 2008. "Improving the Labour Market Incentives in Canada's Public Pensions " Canadian Public Policy Vol. 34, no.3 (September 2008) pp. 281-304. CPP Publication
Schirle, T. 2008. "Greener Pastures: Understanding the impact of retirement incentives in defined-benefit pension plans" C.D.Howe Institute Commentary No. 262, May 2008. Commentary
"Gender Dimensions of Changes in Earnings Inequality in Canada" with Nicole Fortin, in Dimensions of Inequality in Canada, ed. David A. Green and Jonathan R. Kesselman. Vancouver: UBC Press.2006. Details
Working Papers (under review)
"The differential impact of universal child benefits on the labor supply of married and single mothers" with Kourtney Koebel. LCERPA Working Paper No. 2015-11, May 2015. Details. ( In submission.)
"The Effect of Labour Relations Laws on Union Density Rates: Evidence from Canadian Provinces" with Scott Legree and Mikal Skuterud. CLSRN Working Paper No. 140, September 2014. Also posted as LCERPA Working Paper No. 2014-12. (Revise and resubmit)
Working Papers (no longer under review)
"The Growing Gap: Incomes of seniors and the working age population in Canada"
Milligan, K. and T. Schirle. 2013. "The retirement income system and the risks faced by Canadian seniors." CLSRN Working Paper No. 120. April 2013. Details
"The Federal Public Service Pension Plan: Understanding the retirement incentives of plan provisions" August, 2012.
"Income Inequality Among Seniors in Canada: The Role of Women's Labour Market Experience" CLSRN working paper no. 51. Details
"The Effect of State Mandates on Health Insurance Premiums and Coverage Rates." with Hideki Ariizumi.
"Earnings Losses of Displaced Older Workers: Accounting for the Retirement Option" CLSRN Working Paper no. 10, February 2008. Details.
"Public Pensions and Retirement: International Evidence in the Canadian Context" with Kevin Milligan. HRSDC-IC-SSHRC Skills Research Initiative Working Paper Series 2006-A-13, June 2005. Details
Reports & Miscellaneous
"The 2014 Gender Wage Gap in Ontario." with Elizabeth Vickers. LCERPA Commentary No. 2015-1, March 2015.
"The Labour Market Activities of Canada’s Youth." Brief prepared for the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance. Details
"Engaging Experience: Opportunities for Older Persons in the Workforce." LCERPA Policy Brief, June 2013.(Comments prepared for the House of Commons Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities.) Details
"The Incidence of Low Income Among Seniors in Canada." Report for HRSDC, November 2012. Details
"The Retirement Income System and the Risks Faced by Canadian Seniors: A Synthesis of the HRSDC/CLSRN Project 'Challenges for Canada's Retirement Income System'." with Kevin Milligan. Report for HRSDC, December 2012.
"The Consequences and Effects the Current Employment Insurance (EI) Programs Have on Women in Canada" Laurier LCERPA Commentary 2009-02 (Comments prepared for the House of Commons Standing Committee on the Status of Women). April 2009. Details
"A Living Wage Policy for the Region of Waterloo - Will it help the working poor?" Laurier LCERPA Commentary 2009-01, January 2009. Details
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