Tammy Schirle
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Why have the labor force participation rates of older men increased since the mid-1990s?
T Schirle
Journal of labor economics 26 (4), 549-594, 2008
2122008
Are recessions really good for your health? Evidence from Canada
H Ariizumi, T Schirle
Social science & medicine 74 (8), 1224-1231, 2012
832012
Health, pensions, and the retirement decision: Evidence from Canada
T Schirle
Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement 29 (4), 519-527, 2010
482010
Gender dimensions of changes in earnings inequality in Canada
NM Fortin, T Schirle
Dimensions of inequality in Canada 1, 307-46, 2006
402006
The growth of family earnings inequality in Canada, 1980–2005
Y Lu, R Morissette, T Schirle
Review of Income and Wealth 57 (1), 23-39, 2011
352011
The gender wage gap in the Canadian provinces, 1997–2014
T Schirle
Canadian Public Policy 41 (4), 309-319, 2015
342015
The effect of universal child benefits on labour supply
T Schirle
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 48 (2), 437-463, 2015
292015
Income inequality among seniors in Canada: The role of women’s labour market experience
T Schirle
Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network Working Paper Working Paper, 2009
252009
Senior poverty in Canada: a decomposition analysis
T Schirle
Canadian Public Policy 39 (4), 517-540, 2013
202013
Improving the Labour Market Incentives of Canada's Public Pensions
K Milligan, T Schirle
Canadian Public Policy 34 (3), 281-303, 2008
202008
Working while receiving a pension: Will double dipping change the elderly labour market?
K Milligan, T Schirle
Retirement policy issues in Canada, 337-52, 2008
182008
The differential impact of universal child benefits on the labour supply of married and single mothers
K Koebel, T Schirle
Canadian Public Policy 42 (1), 49-64, 2016
162016
Stand together or alone? Family structure and the business cycle in Canada
H Ariizumi, Y Hu, T Schirle
Review of Economics of the Household 13 (1), 135-161, 2015
142015
Wage Losses of Displaced Older Men: Does Selective Retirement Bias Results?
T Schirle
Canadian Public Policy 38 (1), 1-13, 2012
14*2012
Greener pastures: Understanding the impact of retirement incentives in defined-benefit pension plans
T Schirle
Commentary-CD Howe Institute, 0_1, 2008
132008
Public pensions and retirement: International evidence in the Canadian context
K Milligan, T Schirle
Government of Canada, 2006
132006
The evolution of longevity: evidence from Canada
K Milligan, T Schirle
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2018
122018
Simulated replacement rates for CPP reform options
KS Milligan, T Schirle
SPP Research Paper, 2014
122014
Remain, retrain or retire: Options for older workers following job loss
C Neill, T Schirle
Retirement policy issues in Canada, 277-308, 2009
102009
Push and pull: Disability insurance, regional labor markets, and benefit generosity in Canada and the United States
K Milligan, T Schirle
Journal of Labor Economics 37 (S2), S289-S323, 2019
92019
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